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Cape Gazette NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 4- MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 2013 19 POLICE & FIRE WRAP-UP Three charged in. Georgetown drug raid Georgetown police arrested two men and a woman following drug raids in September and De- cember. Police searched a home on Conaway Street Sept. 21 follow- ing a three-month investigation into illegal drug sales, said Sgt. Tom Tyndall of the Georgetown Police Department. , During the search, he said po- lice found crack cocaine and ar- rested ]ames May, 51, of George- town and Sherman ]ackson Jr., 54, of Lewes. Both were released on SHERMAN JACKSON JR., James May and Megan Couchman face drug Charges following a Georgetown police investigation. bail. On Dec. 21, Georgetown po- lice executed a search at the same residence and found 12 grams of crack cocaine, 34 bags of heroin and $3;500 cash. Police arrested May and Megan Couchman, 26, of Lewes. Both were charged with possession with the intent to deliver crack cocaine, possession with intent to deliver heroin, con- spiracy and other drug charges, May was committed to Sussex Correctional Institution in lieu of $24,000 cash bond; Couchman was incarcerated in lieu of $8,400 secured bond. Georgetown woman injured in crash Route 113 north of Millsboro was closed for three hours Jan. 1 after a 79-year-old Georgetown woman crashed into another ve- hicle and knocked down power lines before her vehicle burst in- to flames. Eula M.B. Graves was driving a Chrysler westbound on Avenue of Honor at 11:25 a.m. when she failed to stop at the in- tersection of Route 113 and struck the rear driver's side of a vehicle driven by a 16-year-old girl, said Cpl. Gary Fournier of the Delaware State Police. The Chrysler spun around west- bound before striking a utility pole, he said. The impact broke the pole, causing power lines to fall; the car broke into flames ig- nited by gas cans transported in the car. Graves was taken to Beebe Medical Center where she was treated for nonlife-threaten- ing injuries. She was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign; failure to yield the right of way and no proof of insurance. The teen was taken to Nanti- coke Memorial Hospital where she was treated and released. She was charged with theft of a mo- tor vehicle and driving without a valid license after police said they found out she took the vehi- cle without permission. SUBMITTED PHOTO The Friends of Lewes Canafront Park have donated money to the city to fund this new sign, Friends of Lewes ( analfr mt Par, fun Inew sign "What park? Where? Oh, that must be the one by the bridge," is commonly heard around Lewes as folks try to find one of the most beautiful locations in the city of Lewes. The Lewes Canalfront Park comprises nearly three acres in downtown, but is on a downs- lope to the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal from Front Street, where the park is not easily visible. The need was clear for an attractive sign compatible with those in the city's other parks to direct both residents and visitors to the park and its amenities. Recognizing that need, the Friends of Lewes Canalfront Park presented the City of Lewes a check for $5,600 for the con- struction and placement of the park sign. This gift to the city was a di- rect result of ongoing support of Friends of Lewes Canalfront Park, which includes individuals, businesses and organizations, as well as successful fundraising events such as Picnic in the Park. Funds raised by this nonprofit group also support numerous free events, programs and other capital improvements in Canal- front Park. In order to continue this work, the 2013 drive for old and new Friends will kick off soon along with the announcement of the expanded 2013 Lewes Canalfront Park event schedule, which in- cludes the popular Picnic in the Park, Concerts by the Canal and Cinema by the Canal. The Canalfront Park is located at Front Street in Lewes on the banks of the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal. For information, go to www.lewescanalfrontpark.org. OPEN: Tuesday-Saturday 11am - 9pro" Sundays 9am - 1pro " '" 11 3,6 pm Happy Hour mith $5 apps. Complimentary Tuesday- tnaa [ Apps .Tuesdays 8, Fridays. 4:30-5:30 sunday] s9 ALL YOU CAN EAr BREAKFAST BUFFET 9 - 1pro Tuesday 1/2 Ib steamed shrimp g salad $;10 Wednesday Date Night 3-COURSE DINNER for 2. $45 Thursday Burgers 3-6pro" $12 AUCE Chicken @ Dumplins' 5-gpm Friday Prime Rib Night. $19.99 Dinner Music every Wednesday, Friday e saturday Thursday Afternoon Teas 2 Pm Advance Reservations 'THERE'S A REASON WE'VE BEEN HERE SINCE... 1968 ROBIN HOOD f BREAKFAST SPECIALS Monday thru Friday Breakfast Combo Deals 2 Eggs, 2 Hot Cakes & 2 Bacon .............. $5.95 2 Eggs, 2 French Toast & 2 Bacon ........... $5.95 Creamed Chipped Beef ........................... $5.95 Over toast & home fries Egg Sandwich ......................................... $3.95 2 X=.large eggs on toast Egg & Cheese Sandwich .......................... $4.50 Egg & Meat Sandwich ............................. $5.50 Bacon, sausage, ham or scrapple Egg, Meat & Cheese Sandwich ............... $5.95 ,, k [ LUNCH SPECIALS Monday thru Friday Sandwich & Soup Deals[ All with a choice of french fries or cole slaw & a cup of our famous homemade vegetable soup Grilled Cheese" ...................................... $4.95 Bacon, Lettuce & Tomato ...................... .. $5.95 Grilled Ham & Cheese ........................... $5.95 Egg Salad ................................................ $5.95 Grilled Ham, Cheese & Tomato .............. $6.25 Patty Melt ........................................ : ....... $6.95 Burger on grilled rye bread, swiss cheese & fried onion Turkey Club ............................................. $7.95 Open Face Hot Roast Turkey...; ............... $8.95 Our turkey is the real thing. 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