Nov 30, 2012 posted by: Kelli Steele - WGMD News
UPDATED STORY @ 10:30 a.m: 41-year-old David Donaway of Seaford is behind bars today, being held in lieu of $71,000 bail on charges of attempted robbery, seven counts of reckless endangering, wearing a disguise, possession of a destructive weapon and possession of a hoax device.
Seaford Police say they were called to the Rite Aid store on Stein Highway just before 9 o’clock Thursday night; store employees told police they saw Donaway walking around inside the store wearing latex gloves and acting suspiciously.
Officers found Donaway sitting in his car; he had a small box with wires and tape and a demand note attached to it. The bomb squad was called; they determined the box was a hoax device and was safe.
UPDATED STORY @ 8 a.m.: Seaford Police now say a suspicious package covered in wires and duct tape with a note attached to it, found at the Rite Aid store on Stein Highway Thursday night, was a hoax.
Police say they were called to the store for an attempted robbery when they spotted the package in a car parked in the parking lot. The bomb squad was called; they determined the package to be safe.
A man has been taken into custody.
5:30 a.m.: A bomb threat investigation is going on at this hour in Seaford.
Seaford Police say the bomb squad was called to the Rite Aid on Stein Highway to investigate a suspicious package.
No other details have yet been released by police this morning.