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Police: Delaware Man Robbed 8 Homes In Sussex County Crime Spree

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William Tingle, 24 William Tingle, 24

Delaware State Troopers have charged a Frankford man with the robbing several residential homes in Sussex County.

The crime spree occurred in late August and has resulted in 34 total charges leveled against 24-year old William J. Tingle, II.

Some of the charges include Burglary Second Degree, Theft, Theft of a Firearm, Possession of a Firearm by a Person Prohibited, and other associated charges.

Some of the items Tingle stole during the daytime burglaries were jewelry and firearms.   Authorities, following a month-long investigation, obtained a search warrant to Tingle's home.   Tingle was arrested after he was found hiding in the attic of the house.

 Detectives continue their investigation into these burglaries.

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