21-year-old Mikeyah Brewer, of Seaford, and 33-year-old Troy Sanders, of Laurel
Delaware State Police have arrested two suspects after the discovery of a stolen car led to a pursuit in Seaford.
The incident occurred on Friday, May 4, around 12:25 a.m., when a trooper witnessed a silver Cadillac CTS traveling southbound on Old Furnace Road in the area of Middleford Road. A computer check revealed that the vehicle was reported stolen out of the Salisbury, Maryland Police Department. As the trooper activated their emergency equipment in an attempt to stop the vehicle, the operator pulled into a private driveway on Hastings Farm Road. When the trooper exited their vehicle, the driver of the Cadillac drove off and a pursuit ensued.
The Cadillac eventually collided with a stop sign at the intersection of Church Road and Concord Road before coming to a stop. The operator, identified as 21-year-old Mikeyah Brewer, of Seaford, and passenger, 33-year-old Troy Sanders, of Laurel, exited the vehicle and a foot pursuit ensued. With the assistance of the Delaware State Police Aviation unit, both suspects were apprehended and subsequently taken into custody without further incident. A search of the vehicle was conducted and yielded drug paraphernalia.
Brewer was charged with felony receiving stolen property, felony failure to stop on the command of a police officer, resisting arrest, possession of drug paraphernalia and multiple traffic offenses. She was committed to the Delores J. Baylor Women's Correctional Institution on $7,911 secured bond.
Sanders was charged with felony first-degree conspiracy and resisting arrest. He was committed to Sussex Correctional Institution on $6,000 secured bond.