Milford police make arrests in several cases

MILFORD — Late Sunday night, the Milford Police Department announced several recent arrests, including:

• On April 27 at approximately 12:08 a.m., a 21-year-old Lincoln man was charged with alleged drug offenses after a K-9 Division traffic stop in the 900 block of North Walnut Street.

Kavoun N. Cannon

Kavoun N. Cannon

Kavoun N. Cannon was charged with possession with the intent to deliver marijuana, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, criminal impersonation and possession of drug paraphernalia.

According to authorities a Milford Police officer from the K-9 Division performed a traffic stop on a vehicle after observing an alleged traffic violation. Investigation revealed that Cannon had initially provided the officer with a false name, police said. Further investigation revealed that Mr. Cannon was allegedly in possession of a fully loaded handgun.

The Milford Police K-9 officer had the canine perform a “sniff” of the vehicle which resulted in a positive alert, police said. It was later confirmed that Cannon was in possession of more than 13 grams of marijuana, authorities said.

Mr. Cannon was also wanted out of both Kent and Sussex County Court of Common Pleas. Mr. Cannon was arraigned and committed to Sussex Correctional Institution in Georgetown in default of $35,000 secured bond.

Duane L. Miller

Duane L. Miller

• On April 25, a 39-year-old Milford man was arrested and charged stemming from an alleged domestic incident on Feb. 25 at a residence in the 2000 block of Heather Drive.
Duane L. Miller was charged with noncompliance with recognizance conditions of bond or conditions felony (two counts).

Police said investigation found that Mr. Miller allegedly went to the residence and made contact with a 41-year-old female after being court ordered not to, following a domestic assault that occurred on Jan. 14. Mr. Miller was arraigned and released on $2,000 unsecured bond.

• On April 21, a 28-year-old Milford man was arrested and charged in connection with an alleged domestic incident on April 20, police said. Jason D. Dailey was taken into custody at a residence in the 700 block of South DuPont Highway.

Jason D. Dailey

Jason D. Dailey

Charges included strangulation, harassment and offensive touching.

Investigation determined that Mr. Dailey was involved in a verbal dispute with a 30-year-old female, authorities said. During the dispute, Mr. Dailey struck the female in the face and then placed his arms around her neck strangling the female, police said.

Mr. Dailey then stopped and the two left the residence together, according to police. A short time later, when the two returned to the residence, they were involved in another verbal dispute, according to police. During this time, Mr. Dailey punched the female victim in the face and slammed her head against the wall, authorities said.

The female then fled the residence, police said. Mr. Dailey attempted to call and send text messages numerous times to the female after the incident, police said.

On April 21, at approximately 4:42 p.m., police said they responded to the same residence to take Mr. Dailey into custody on arrest warrants for the incidents. Upon arriving, police confirmed that Mr. Dailey was inside the residence but discovered that he had locked himself inside and refused to come out, authorities said.

The Milford Police Special Operation Group then responded to the residence and established contact with Mr. Dailey. After a brief standoff, he exited the residence and surrendered to officers, police said.

Kourtney R. Furber

Kourtney R. Furber

Mr. Dailey was additionally charged with resisting arrest. He was later arraigned and committed to Sussex Correctional Institution near Georgetown in default of secured bond.

• On April 18, a 19-year-old Felton woman was charged after an alleged domestic incident occurring throughout the day at various locations throughout the Milford city limits. Kourtney R. Furber was charged with one count of harassment.

Investigation revealed that Ms. Furber allegedly called an 18-year-old man’s cellphone more than 300 times throughout the day, police said. Ms. Furber also allegedly called the man at his place of employment and went there to confront him, police said.

Ms. Furber was arraigned and released on $1,000 unsecured bond.

Michelle White

Michelle White

Wayne Williams

Wayne Williams

• On April 22, at the conclusion of a monthlong investigation, the Milford Police Drugs, Vice and Organized Crime Unit executed a search warrant at a residence located in the Silver Lake Estates Apartment Complex.

Detectives arrested Michelle D. White and Wayne E. Williams, both 34-year-old Milford residents, and charged them with possession with the intent to deliver heroin, possession with the intent to deliver marijuana, possession of a controlled substance Tier 1 quantity, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, endangering the welfare of a child (two counts), second-degree conspiracy and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Mr. Williams was also charged with possession of a firearm by person prohibited.

Detectives seized more than 257 grams of marijuana, police said, 11 bags of heroin and a handgun. Two children ages 8 and 10 were also residing in the residence, according to authorities.

Ms. White was arraigned and committed to Delores J. Baylor Women’s Correctional Institution in New Castle in default of $41,000 secured bond. Mr. Williams was arraigned and committed to Sussex Correctional Institution in default of $56,000 secured bond.

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