Couple arrested for break-ins at State Parks
By Carl Kanefsky

A Milltown couple is arrested, and charged with breaking into several vehicles at two of Delaware's State Parks.

Park Rangers used surveillance photos and physical evidence to help them identify Jason Scott and Kathleen Brown of Longfellow Drive, as the people responsible for the crimes at White Clay Creek and Brandywine Creek State Parks.

Scott faces a host of charges including theft, conspiracy, and carrying a concealed deadly weapon. He's behind bars on lack of bail.

Brown's charges include theft, conspiracy, and possession of drug paraphernalia. She posted bail and was released.

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