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Jenna Miller, Salisbury Daily Times
Two people were arrested on Tuesday and charged with a series of house and shop intrusion in Milford, Lewes and Milton.
Michael Szambelak, 38, of Croydon, Pennsylvania, and Jennell Cohen, 35, of WIllingoro, New Jersey, were detained during a traffic stop on Tuesday afternoon after soldiers struck the suspect's vehicle, an Oldsmobile silhouette with a fictional Pennsylvania Registration, traveling saw On the coastal road in Rehoboth Beach said the State Police of Delaware.
The traveling Szambelak was arrested after he started walking after the police stopped the vehicle on Sea Air Avenue. Cohen was a passenger in the vehicle and was also arrested.
The two were charged on Monday and Tuesday in connection with six different burglaries or thefts.
The first report was reported on Milford's Big Stone Beach Road, where police discovered someone forced into a house and taken cash. He had also taken a jeep out of the garage and parked it at the end of the driveway.
In a second incident, the suspects or suspects got into a freestanding garage on Milford's Scotts Corner Road, got into an attached garage and tried to enter the residence, but fled without property.
Break-ins were also reported Monday in Lewes stores, including The Light House of Lewes and Tyndall's Casual Furniture, both on the Coastal Highway.
The investigators found that a suspect had been forced through a window and rummaged through a desk at The Light House, but he had not received any property.
At Tyndall's, cash and business documents were taken after someone had forced access through a side door.
In addition, the police responded Monday to the Meinieke Car Care Center on the Lewes Coastal Highway, where it was found that someone had entered the property and taken items from vehicles of various customers. They also took a 2007 Chevrolet avalanche out of the property.
On Tuesday, police responded to the services provided by Professionals Services on the Coastal Highway in Milton after an alarm was sounded.
They found out that entry through a back door had been forced and that medicines and cash had been taken.
Szambelak is charged with several charges, including burglary, theft, conspiracy, vehicle theft, criminal offense, criminal offense, theft of a controlled substance, arrest, driving without a valid license, and traffic-related violations.
Szambelak was detained in a $ 55,003 detention facility at the Sussex Correctional Institution.
Cohen is being charged with several charges, including burglary, theft, conspiracy, theft of a controlled substance, criminal offenses, vehicle theft and criminal offenses.
Cohen was jailed at the Delores J. Baylor Women's Correctional Court in a secured bond of $ 5,101.
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