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Harrington Man Charged With Two Counts Of Burglary

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29-year-old Robert Bateman, of Harrington 29-year-old Robert Bateman, of Harrington

HARRINGTON, Del. - Police have arrested a Harrington man whom they say is responsible for two burglaries in Kent County.

Delaware State Police say on Sunday afternoon, a Felton man called Harrington Police after he reportedly saw his stolen 2002 Chevrolet Pick-up truck driving, in Harrington. Officers arrested the driver of the truck, 29-year-old Robert Bateman, and turned him over to State Troopers.

DSP Detectives say they were able to link Bateman to that vehicle theft on Marshyhope Road on November 28th, along with two burglaries where ATVs were stolen, one on Flatiron Road in Harrington, and the other on Jarrells Road in Felton, both on December 1st. Police say they were able to recover the ATVs from both incidents.

Bateman was charged with 2 counts of 3rd degree burglary, 3 counts of theft over $1,500, theft of motor vehicle, 2 counts of criminal mischief under $1,000, and 3rd degree criminal trespass. He is being held at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center on $26,200 bail.

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