Newark Police Charge Pair With A Combined 42 Charges

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Following a nearly two-month-long investigation, Newark Police have charged two men on multiple offenses, according to Lt Andrew Rubin.

Officials said the pair were involved in multiple burglaries, thefts of property, thefts of motor vehicles, and subsequent unlawful use of payment cards.

Rubin said the two men would sell stolen property to a retailer and stolen credit cards were used to buy merchandise. The suspects, identified based on surveillance video and other investigative means, were taken into custody on October 25, 2019, after they were stopped on an unrelated incident at the Christiana Mall.

Dahmir Lewis, 21, of Newark, was charged with 17 offenses as follows:

Burglary of a residence in the unit block of Benny Street between 09/19/19 and 09/20/19
Burglary 2nd
Conspiracy 3rd
Theft Under $1500
Selling Stolen Property Under $1500
Burglary and theft of a vehicle in the 700-block of Wollaston Ave between 09/23/19 & 09/24/19
Burglary 3rd
Conspiracy 2nd
Theft Under $1500 (2 counts)
Unlawful Use of a Payment Card Under $1500
Theft of a Motor Vehicle from the unit block of Benny Street between 09/21/19 and 09/22/19
Theft Over $1500
Conspiracy 2nd
Theft of a Motor Vehicle from the 200-block of South Chapel Street between 09/23/19 and 09/24/19
Theft of a Motor Vehicle
Theft Under $1500
Unlawful Use of Payment Card Under $1500
Conspiracy 3rd
Theft of a Motor Vehicle from the unit block of Prospect Avenue on 09/28/19
Theft of a Motor Vehicle
Conspiracy 2nd
Lewis appeared before Justice of the Peace Court #2 by video and was ordered to be held in default of $34,000 cash bail. Lewis was turned over to the custody of the Howard R Young Correctional Institution in Wilmington.

Stephan Lloyd Jr., 23, of Middletown, was charged with 25 offenses as follows:

Burglary of a residence in the unit block of Benny Street between 09/19/19 and 09/20/19
Burglary 2nd
Conspiracy 3rd
Theft Under $1500
Selling Stolen Property Under $1500
Burglary and theft of a vehicle in the 700-block of Wollaston Ave between 09/23/19 & 09/24/19
Burglary 3rd
Conspiracy 2nd
Theft Under $1500 (2 counts)
Unlawful Use of a Payment Card Under $1500 (4 counts)
Theft of a Motor Vehicle from the 200-block of South Chapel Street between 09/23/19 and 09/24/19
Theft of a Motor Vehicle
Theft Under $1500
Unlawful Use of Payment Card Under $1500 (2 counts)
Conspiracy 3rd
Theft of a Motor Vehicle from the unit block of Prospect Avenue on 09/28/19
Theft of a Motor Vehicle
Conspiracy 2nd
Theft from a vehicle in the 100-block of Kristins Way between 09/06/19 and 09/07/19:
Attempted Unlawful Use of a Payment Card Under $1500 (3 counts)
Receiving Stolen Property Under $1500 (2 counts)
Conspiracy 3rd
Lloyd appeared before Justice of the Peace Court #2 by video and was ordered to be held in default of $45,000 secured bail. Lloyd was turned over to the custody of the Howard R Young Correctional Institution in Wilmington.

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