Shoplifter Saturday – Weekly Shoplifting Arrests in Newark

As part of the Newark Police Holiday Shoplifting Initiative, the following subjects were arrested, or are wanted, for shoplifting and related crimes during the past week:

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The following subject is WANTED by Newark Police for the listed crimes(s).  Visit our tips page for methods of providing the police information about wanted subjects.

wilson, quiletta
Quiletta WilsonWANTED for Shoplifting and Conspiracy

The following subjects were ARRESTED for the listed crime(s).  All arrests occurred at an ACME Supermarket in Newark.

ashley hendricks
Ashley Hendricks – Shoplifting
antony jones
Antony Jones – Shoplifting & Conspiracy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

gray, brandon
Brandon Gray – Shoplifting & Conspiracy
schrader, theresa
Theresa Schrader – Shoplifting & Conspiracy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

coleman, roland
Roland Coleman – Shoplifting & Conspiracy
collins, carissa
Carissa Collins – Shoplifting & Conspiracy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

coleman, ebony
Ebony Coleman – Shoplifting & Conspiracy
coleman, michael
Michael Coleman – Shoplifting & Conspiracy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

coleman, darrell
Darrell Coleman – Shoplifting & Conspiracy
coleman, shyheem
Shyheem Coleman – Shoplifting & Conspiracy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

grier, jabar
Jabar Grier – Shoplifting & Conspiracy

 

 

Fire at Super 8 on East Main Street

On December 7, 2018, at about 2232 hours, a fire was reported in a guest room at the Super 8 located at 268 East Main Street.  Arriving officers found a fire in a second floor guest room and were able to evacuate the occupant of the room.  The fire, which had spread to the roof, was extinguished by Aetna Hose Hook & Ladder Company.

Officers successfully evacuated all occupants and the occupant of the room where the fire is believed to have begun was transported to an area hospital for treatment of minor injuries.

Although officers initially detained one person, the cause of the fire is under investigation and no charges have been filed.

East Main Street, between Tyre Avenue and Newark Shopping Center, was closed for about 3 hours due to fire department activity and the resulting icy roadway.

The investigation of this incident has been turned over to the Delaware State Fire Marshal’s Office, as is standard protocol for fire investigations.

Further inquiries as to the investigation of this incident should be referred to the Delaware State Fire Marshal’s Office.