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Carlos Maldonado

Harassment arrest

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Newark Police arrest suspect in harassment incidents

The Newark Police Department arrested Carlos Maldonado, 26, of Newark, Delaware, on April 17, in connection with two incidents of unlawful sexual contact and harassment that occurred April 14, as well as an incident of harassment and trespassing on April 12.

Maldonado was linked to these events through surveillance footage, witness interviews and evidence recovered from his apartment after a search warrant was executed on April 17.  

He was video arraigned in front of Justice of the Peace Court 2 and charged with two counts of third degree unlawful sexual contact, three counts of harassment and one count of third degree criminal trespass. He was released on $5,100 unsecured bond.

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