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Selbyville Man Behind Bars After Allegedly Burglarizing Shed In Bishopville

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WORCESTER CO., Md. - Police in Worcester County say they have made an arrest in a series of burglaries.

The Worcester County Sheriff's Office says on Sunday, around 2:30 AM, a Deputy was on foot patrol on the area of Holiday Harbor, in Bishopville, when they saw a the shed of a home on Nora Lane being burglarized. According to the report, the suspect ran to his vehicle, and fled, driving nearly of 90 MPH on Dixie Drive and Saint Martin's Neck Road.

The Deputy got into their vehicle, and followed the suspect before they turned onto Mumford Road. Police say the Deputy was able to catch up, and pull over the suspect vehicle, and identified the driver as 23-year-old Tevin Smith, of Selbyville, along with a female passenger, and her toddler. A search of the vehicle reportedly revealed several pairs of bolt cutters, and other common burglary tools. Smith and the female were taken to the Sheriff's Office, while a family member took the child.

Smith, whom Police say they linked to several other burglaries from May 31st, was charged with 1 counts each of second degree burglary, 4th degree burglary and possessing burglary tools for the incident from Nora Lane. Police reportedly found that Smith's drivers license was suspended in Delaware. He was also given numerous traffic citations, and ordered held on $100,000 bond in the Worcester County Jail.

Police are still investigating the incidents, and they say additional charges against Smith are pending. Anyone with information, or who thinks their building may have been burglarized, should contact the Worcester County Sheriff's Office at 410-632-1111.

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