DELAWARE STATE POLICE BEAT / Heathens Robbed Chapel of AC Unit Parts; Used Torch on Coin Machine at Goose Creek Market

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Manship Chapel burglars charged with stealing outside AC material from the chapel by Delaware State Police

DELAWARE STATE POLICE BEAT / Heathens Robbed Chapel of AC Unit Parts

Savanah Killingher and Joseph Robinette sought in burglaries in Felton nabbed in Pennsylvania; charged with attack on Goose Creek coin machine and robbing
Goose Creek store of A/C parts

Joseph Thomas Robinette charged with burglary by Delaware State Police March 26, 2018
Savanah Killingher charged with burglary after being on the lam and caught in Penn. arrested by Delaware State Police March 26, 2018

FELTON, DEL. – The Delaware State Police report that they have arrested two suspects in connection with a Burglary and Theft incident.

The first incident occurred on Tuesday, January 16, 2018, when Troopers responded to the Manship Chapel Church located at 4912 Burnite Mill Road, Felton for a theft complaint.  It was discovered that two suspects had entered the property and removed parts from an exterior air-conditioning unit.  Surveillance cameras on the property captured a white male and a white female on the property, driving an older model Buick Regal.

The second incident occurred on Thursday, February 1, 2018, when Troopers responded to the Goose Creek Car Wash located at 1708 E. Lebanon Road, Dover for a burglary complaint.  It was discovered that the suspects had utilized an acetylene torch to gain entry into a storage room, and once inside they caused significant damage to a coin machine. The suspects stole an undisclosed amount of cash from the machine prior to fleeing the business.

Goose Creek store in Felton Del was another location where alleged burglar Joseph Robinette and Savanah Killingher used a torch on coin machine
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Through investigative measures, two suspects were identified as 19-year-old Savanah Killingher and 47-year-old Joseph Robinette.  Killingher and Robinette were taken into custody by the Caernarvon Police Department in PA.  A search of their vehicle revealed an acetylene torch and numerous other burglary tools.

On March 22, 2018, both were extradited back to Delaware and charged with Burglary 3rd, 2 counts of Theft, 2 counts of Criminal Mischief, Criminal Trespass, and 2 counts of Conspiracy. Both were arraigned before the Justice of Peace Court 2.  Killingher was committed to the Delores J. Baylor Women’s Correctional Institution on $20,300.00 secured bond.  Robinette was committed to the Howard R. Young Correctional Institution on $20,300.00 secured bond.

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