Two Charged With Burglaries, One In Jail, One Wanted

Rontrell Leonard

State Police Detectives have arrested Rontrell Leonard, 19 of Seaford, for three counts of Burglary, one count of Attempted Burglary, three counts of Wearing a Disguise During the Commission of a Felony, four counts of Possession of Burglar Tools, three counts of Theft, four counts of Conspiracy 2nd, and four counts of Criminal Mischief, according to Public Information Officer, Master Corporal Gary Fournier.

Fournier said the charges stem from investigations that occurred over the months of January and February of 2017 involving various restaurants in Kent County and a gas station in Milton. It was determined through investigative measures that Leonard and co-conspirator, identified as Alonzo D. Sutton-Bullock, 20 of Camden, would enter and remove cash registers and currency, according to Fournier.

Rontrell Leonard was arraigned and committed to Sussex Correctional Institution on $10,000.00 secured bond.

Alonzo Sutton-Bullock has not been arrested and is wanted for three counts of Burglary, one count of Attempted Burglary, three counts of Wearing a Disguise During the Commission of a Felony, four counts of Possession of Burglar Tools, three counts of Theft, four counts of Conspiracy 2nd, and four counts of Criminal Mischief, said Fournier.

Other burglaries were committed by Leonard and Sutton-Bullock in the jurisdictions of Milton Police Department and Dover Police Department, Fournier added.  Both departments, as well as the state police, worked together in solving these crimes and have additionally charged Leonard and have warrants on file for Sutton-Bullock.

Alonzo D. Sutton-Bullock

If anyone has any information in reference to Alonzo Sutton-Bullock’s whereabouts, they are asked to contact Detective D. Kristunas at 302-752-3856 or Detective S. Carbine at 302-698-8444. Information may also be provided by calling Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333, via the internet at www.delaware.crimestoppersweb.com, or by sending an anonymous tip by text to 274637 (CRIMES) using the keyword “DSP.”

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