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UPDATE: Four More Arrested In Connection To Multiple Milford Burglaries

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18-year-old Dwan Jarvis, of Milford 18-year-old Dwan Jarvis, of Milford
19-year-old Jacob Morgan, of Milford 19-year-old Jacob Morgan, of Milford

MILFORD, Del. - Police say they have made four additional arrests, after several burglaries in February and March in Milford.

On March 24th, Police arrested a 17-year-old male, and 19-year-old Jacob Morgan, of Milford, after the attempted armed robbery of a business on S. Walnut Street. After being charged, Police later linked the 17-year-old to several other burglaries in the area. Milford Police say during the 1st week of April, they arrested four others, that were also linked to those crimes.

18-year-old Dwan Jarvis, of Milford, was arrested, and charged with 2 counts of robbery first degree, 3 counts attempted robbery 1st degree, aggravated menacing, harassment, 3 counts of wearing a disguise during the commission of a felony, burglary 2nd degree, 3rd degree assault, 2 counts of 2nd degree conspiracy. He is being held at Sussex Correctional Institution on $34,000 bond.

A 16-year-old female juvenile, and a 15-year-old juvenile, both of Milford, were both charged with robbery 1st degree and conspiracy 2nd degree. The 15-year-old was additionally charged with burglary 2nd degree, and assault 3rd degree. Both are being held at Stevenson Center on bond.

Morgan was additionally charged with 2 counts robbery 1st degree, 3 counts attempted robbery 1st degree, aggravated menacing, harassment, 3 counts wearing a disguise during the commission of a felony, burglary 2nd degree, assault 3rd degree, and 2 counts 2nd degree conspiracy. Morgan, who was already being held at SCI for the prior robbery charges, received an additional $122,000 bond.

The investigation is reportedly still continuing at this time.

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