Police: Two Charged In Social Media App Violent Robbery In Dover

The Dover Police Department has arrested Tahlik Crowder and a 16-year-old juvenile involved in a January robbery, according to Public Information Office
Sergeant Mark Hoffman.

At the time, Hoffman said the Dover Police was investigating a robbery that occurred on Wednesday evening in the rear alley of the 600 Block of Pear Street. A male victim agreed to meet one of the suspects through a social app. When he met the man on Whatcoat Drive, he was with two other men. The victim agreed to drive them to Pear Street. When they stopped in the rear alley of Pear Street, the three suspects assaulted the victim and removed his car keys, wallet, cell phone, and glasses, said Hoffman. The suspects then fled in the vehicle, since recovered, belonging to the victim.

The victim suffered minor facial injuries and was transported to Bayhealth Kent General Hospital for treatment.

Hoffman said Crowder was taken into custody at a residence in the 900 Block of Whatcoat Drive by detectives without incident on February 10th, 2021. He was committed to SCI on a $25,000 secured bond on the following charges:
-Robbery 1st Degree
-Conspiracy 2nd Degree
-Assault 3rd Degree
-Terroristic Threatening
-Attempted Use of Credit Card
-Criminal Mischief

The 16-year-old was also arrested after being seen walking on Walker Road on February 12th, 2021. He was committed to the Stevenson House on the following offenses:
-Robbery 1st Degree
-Conspiracy 2nd Degree
-Assault 3rd Degree
-Terroristic Threatening
-Attempted Use of Credit Card
-Criminal Mischief

 

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