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Police: Two Sussex County Men Linked To Multiple Burglaries

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WESTERN SUSSEX COUNTY, Del. -

Two Sussex County men have been arrested after detectives linked them to multiple residential burglaries and thefts of firearms.

According to police, Christopher Stoe, 28, is a suspect in more than forty burglaries, some dating back to 2012. James Passwaters, 28, says police, is the man suspected of driving Stoe to and from the scene of the crimes.

Stoe has been charged with 147 offenses related to the burglaries, and Passwaters has been charged with 138 offenses.

Police say that the investigation is ongoing and more charges are anticipated.

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