Felton teen wanted on assault and weapons charges

FELTON — Isaiah Blakey, 15, of Felton, is wanted by the Delaware State Police on assault and weapons charges following an alleged domestic violence incident on Friday, police said.
State Police spokesman Master Cpl. Melissa Jaffe said the incident occurred on Friday at about 7 p.m. Troopers responded to a residence on Mallory Court in reference to a physical domestic complaint.
Troopers found that Mr. Blakey had allegedly physically assaulted his girlfriend and broke her cell phone. She refused medical treatment.
Mr. Blakey’s brother attempted to break up the altercation and a struggle ensued, causing minor injury to his brother, who also refused medical treatment.
Before Mr. Blakey fled the residence, he allegedly took a shovel and proceeded to smash a car windshield and a sliding glass door to the residence. He also allegedly threatened six people in the residence and said that he was going to kill all of them, according to the state police.
He has active warrants out of Troop 3 in Camden for: possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony; second-degree assault; aggravated menacing; six counts of terroristic threatening; two counts of reckless endangering; offensive touching and three counts of criminal mischief.
Mr. Blakey is described as a light skin black man, 5-foot-8, 130 pounds, with blue eyes. He was last seen wearing no shirt and dark pants.
Troopers have been unable to locate Mr. Blakey and ask anyone with information in regards to his whereabouts to contact Troop 3 at 302-697-4454. Information may also be provided by calling Delaware crime stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333 or via the internet at http://www.delaware.crimestoppersweb.com.
Harrington pair facing drug charges after police probe
HARRINGTON — Angeline Levan, 51, and James A. Johnson, 49, both from Harrington, were arrested by Delaware State Police on Thursday for their alleged involvement with the distribution of illegal drugs, police said.
Master Cpl. Melissa Jaffe, spokesman for the police, said that on Thursday members of the Kent County Drug Unit (KDU), with the assistance of the Governor’s Task Force (GTF), executed a search warrant at a residence on Cozy Woods Drive in Harrington, related to an ongoing investigation into Ms. Levan and Mr. Johnson’s alleged distribution of crack cocaine.
Upon entering the residence, police took Ms. Levan into custody without incident. Her 17-year-old daughter was also present at the residence.
Police conducted a search of the residence and recovered about 140.46 grams of cocaine, around 61.35 grams of crack cocaine and more than $2,500 in suspected drug proceeds.
Ms. Levan was taken to Troop 3 in Camden where she was charged with: possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance in a Tier 4 quantity; two counts of possession of a controlled substance in a Tier 5 quantity; possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance in a Tier 4 quantity; second-degree conspiracy; endangering the welfare of a child and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Ms. Levan was committed to the Delores J. Baylor Women’s Correctional Institution in New Castle on $22,500 cash-only bond.
Mr. Johnson had departed the residence prior to the execution of the warrant. He later turned himself in at Troop 3 where he was charged with: possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance in a Tier 4 quantity; two counts of possession of a controlled substance in a Tier 5 quantity; possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance in a Tier 4 quantity; second-degree conspiracy; endangering the welfare of a child and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Mr. Johnson was committed to the Sussex Correctional Institution in Georgetown on $22,500 cash-only bond.
New Jersey man killed in crash in Harbeson
HARBESON — The Delaware State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit is investigating a crash involving a car and a tractor trailer in which a 79-year-old New Jersey man was killed on Friday afternoon, according to police.
Master Cpl. Melissa Jaffe, spokesperson for the police, said the crash took place at around 4:30 on Friday when a 2014 Subaru Outback was traveling west on Beaver Dam Road approaching the intersection of Indian Mission Road in Harbeson, which is controlled by a posted stop sign.
A 2015 Volvo tractor trailer towing an enclosed box-style trailer was traveling north on Indian Mission Road approaching the same intersection. However, Indian Mission Road is a throughway and traffic is not required to stop at the intersection.
For unknown reasons, the driver of the Outback failed to remain stopped and entered the intersection directly into the path of the tractor trailer. After the impact, the tractor trailer continued to swerve and exited the west edge of Indian Mission Road, where it struck several trees before coming to rest in a wooded area.
The driver of the Outback, a 79-year-old man from New Jersey, was wearing his seat belt. He was taken to the Beebe Medical Center in Lewes where he was pronounced dead. His name is being withheld pending the notification of next of kin. A female passenger was also in the vehicle and was wearing her seat belt. She was transported to Christiana Hospital in critical condition.
The driver of the tractor trailer, a 33-year-old man from Pennsylvania, was also wearing his seatbelt. He was taken to the Beebe Medical Center where he was treated and released with minor injuries.
Indian Mission Road, in the area of Beaver Dam Road, was closed for around five-and-a-half hours while the crash was investigated and cleared.

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