Two arrested in connection to October home burglary

SEAFORD, Del. – Delaware State Police say they have arrested two suspects in connection to a Seaford home burglary that happened back in October.

We’re told the burglary happened on October 30th, at a home in the 9000 block of Easter Lane. The homeowner told police that the intruder(s) had forced entry through a rear basement door and stole a flat screen television, Xbox gaming console, and multiple computer tablets.

Further investigation led police to identify the two suspects as 28-year-old Matthew Windsor and 26-year-old Destiny Thomas, both of Seaford.

Police say Windsor turned himself in on January 25th and was charged with burglary second degree dwelling, conspiracy second degree, theft under $1,500, and criminal mischief. He was later released on $3,600 unsecured bond.

Thomas was located at a residence in the 24000 block of Concord Pond Road during the morning hours on February 17th. Thomas initially gave officers a false name and was taken into custody without incident. Officials say she was also wanted out of Troop 7 for a burglary that occurred on October 23rd in Lewes, in which she stole an iPhone 7 from a residence before fleeing.

Thomas is currently being held at the Baylor Women’s Correctional Institution on $21,500 secured bond on two counts of burglary second degree dwelling, theft under $1,500 where a victim is 62 years of age, two counts of criminal mischief under $1,000, conspiracy second degree, and theft under $1,500.

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