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Milton Man Accused Of Calling Threats Into 911

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Chad Tylecki, 33, of Milton Chad Tylecki, 33, of Milton

MILTON, Del. - A Milton man is behind bars after he allegedly made threatening calls to 911.

Delaware State Police say on Thursday night, just before 10:20 PM, Chad Tylecki, 33, of Milton, made 3 calls within 10 minutes, to the Sussex County Emergency Operations Center through 911. According to the report, during those calls Tylecki threatened to hurt a Lewes Police Officer, relating to a previous incident.

Troopers arrived at his Coastal Highway home, and told Tylecki to stop, but officials say the calls to both 911 and Lewes PD continued after the Trooper left. Troopers say they returned to the home again, and took Tylecki into custody.

An investigation reportedly revealed that during the calls Tylecki was armed with a handgun, and threatening to shoot any Police Officer that came to his house. When Troopers arrived, they reportedly found him on the roof with a fully loaded 9mm handgun, but Tylecki dropped the gun, after his father spoke with him.

Police say Tylecki is prohibited from possessing, purchasing, or owning a gun due to a 2006 committal to a state mental hospital. Tylecki was charged with malicious interference with emergency communications, possession of a firearm by a person prohibited, possession of ammunition by a person prohibited, resisting arrest, and criminal mischief. He is being held at SCI on $6,750 bond.

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