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Two Arrested On Theft Charges In Harrington

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HARRINGTON, Del. - Two Greenwood residents were arrested over the weekend, on theft charges.

Harrington Police say on Saturday, Officers on patrol were called to a home on East Milby Street for reports of a theft of money from a vehicle. An investigation showed that 22-year-old Joshua Breeding, and 22-year-old Kerri Boone, were at the victim's home earlier in the day, and seen in the vehicle.

Police say they obtained warrants for both Breeding and Boone. Breeding was arrested in Seaford, by Delaware State Police, and turned over to the Harrington Police Department, while Boone turned herself in. Both were charged with conspiracy 3rd degree, and theft under $1,500.

Each were later released on $1,000 bonds, pending future court appearances.

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