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2 arrested for multiple Kent County burglaries

State Police have arrested two men involved in numerous residential burglaries in the Camden-Wyoming and Dover areas.   The burglaries have taken place during daytime hours with the suspects forcing their way into the homes while the residents were not home.  Safes, jewelry, electronics and cash were taken.  Police searched the homes of 20 year old Kenneth Yarborough and 26 year old David Yarborough – both of Dover – and seized cash, electronic devices and 3 vehicles – 2 bought with the proceeds from the burglaries.  Both men have been linked to other burglaries under investigation by Camden & Dover Police – and are free on secured bail.


DSP News Release:  Detectives Make Arrests on Residential Burglaries
•    Brookwood Drive, Camden-Wyoming, DE
•    Ashland Avenue,  Camden-Wyoming, DE
•    Chanticleer, Circle, Wyoming, DE
•    Josie Avenue, Dover, DE
•    Mannering Drive, Dove, DE
Dates of Occurrences:   January 4th through 10th, 2012
Defendants, Charges, and Bail Information:   
David T. Yarborough, 26, of Dover, DE (Photo attached w/ glasses)
•    Burglary 2nd (5 counts)
•    Theft over $1,500.00 (4 counts)
•    Theft under $1,500.00 (2 counts)
•    Criminal Mischief (2 counts)
•    Conspiracy 2nd
Arraigned at JP2 and released after posting $62,200.00 secured bail
Kenneth D. Yarborough, 20, of Dover, DE (Photo attached)
•    Burglary 2nd (5 counts)
•    Theft over $1,500.00 (4 counts)
•    Theft under $1,500.00 (2 counts)
•    Criminal Mischief (2 counts)
•    Conspiracy 2nd
Arraigned at JP2 and released after posting $16,000.00 secured bail

Camden, DE- During the month of January 2012, Delaware State Police Troop 3 Detectives along with Camden PD, and Dover PD, investigated a growing number of residential burglaries that were committed during day time hours.   The crimes typically involved forced entry into residences when the home owners were not present.  Once inside of the residence, the suspects stole property that generally consisted of safes, jewelry, electronic devices, and large amounts of currency.
Through further investigation, detectives were able to connect two suspects, Kenneth Yarborough, 26, and David Yarborough, 20, to these burglaries.  After obtaining search warrants for the suspect’s residences, located in the 300 block of Northdown Drive in Dover, detectives recovered an undisclosed amount of cash, electronic devices and seized three vehicles, two of which were purchased with the proceeds from these burglaries.
David and Kenneth were arrested on the above listed charges.  They were arraigned at JP2 and were released after posting their respective bonds.
**The Yarboroughs are also linked to burglaries committed within Dover PD Camden PD’s jurisdiction.  Please contact those respective agencies with inquiries into their investigations. **



Category: Local News


2 Responses

  1. yankee says:

    The eye brother’s—closed eye and wide eye.

  2. lookout says:

    Jack Markell soft on crime.

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