Woman,Teen Charged With Six Counts Of Burglary

Kent and Sussex County – State Police Criminal Investigators and municipal police agencies in Kent and Sussex Counties have concluded their investigations into a series of commercial and residential burglaries and made arrests, according to Public Information Officer, Master Corporal Gary Fournier.

Alicia E. Satterfield

Fournier said that detectives recently arrested Alicia E. Satterfield, 20 of Dagsboro, and a 16-year-old male from Ocean View, in connection with multiple residential burglaries committed in the Millville and Ocean View areas that occurred the first week in March.

These burglaries occurred primarily during the daytime hours of residences that were unoccupied or seasonal homes, said Fournier. Once inside the houses, the duo would remove various electronic devices and currency, or sometimes, nothing at all, but would cause damage to the dwellings upon entering various doors and windows, according to Fournier.

Alicia Satterfield and the 16-year-old male were both charged with six counts of Burglary, five counts of Attempted Burglary, Possession of Burglar Tools, ten counts of Conspiracy 2nd, ten counts of Attempted Theft, one count of Theft, and five counts of Criminal Mischief. They were both released on unsecured bonds.

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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