On May 26, at approximately 7:45 a.m., a Milford Police School Resource Officer (SRO) assisted by the Milford Police Patrol Division executed a search warrant on a vehicle operated by a 17-year-old Milford High School student.


    On May 26, at approximately 7:45 a.m., a Milford Police School Resource Officer (SRO) assisted by the Milford Police Patrol Division executed a search warrant on a vehicle operated by a 17-year-old Milford High School student.
    The warrant was executed after a two-month investigation by the Milford Police SRO and the Milford School District. Police acted on various tips, many anonymous, from students and parents regarding the sales of controlled substance(s) within the high school. Many of the tips were given to school district staff and passed on to the SRO. Police arrested the 17-year-old Milford youth and charged him with maintaining a vehicle for the distribution of controlled substances possession of drug paraphernalia.
    He was released to a parent pending a future hearing in the Kent County Family Court. Officers recovered controlled substances, packaging materials, and an undisclosed amount of cash during the search.
    Cpl. David Taulbee, the Milford Police Department SRO encourages any student or parent with information regarding illegal activity by calling the appropriate school district personnel or calling him at 422-8081, ext. 609. Persons giving information may remain anonymous.
    Milford Police are asking for help from the public with locating Donald A Barrett, 37 of Waldorf, Md.   Barrett is described as a white male, 5 feet 9 inches tall, and 185 pounds.  Barrett is wanted for theft of $1,000 or greater and criminal mischief under $1,000 following an incident that occurred in the 100 block of Pine Street in October of 2005.  Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Barrett is encouraged to call Milford Police at 422-8081 or Crime Stoppers at 800-TIP-3333.

MPD arrest suspect wanted by state police, court system
    On May 27, Milford Police arrested Marque Anthony, 19, of Lincoln. Anthony was contacted on Carlisle Lane following a report of a possible fight. Anthony originally gave police a false name, further investigation determined Anthony’s true identity and the fact that he was wanted by Delaware State Police, Sussex County Court of Common Pleas, Kent County Family Court and Kent County Superior Court. Anthony was turned over to Delaware State Police, and later committed to Sussex Correctional Insitutute in default of bail.