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Cape Gazette TUESDAY,)UNE 7 - THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2011 12 Police Wrap Rehoboth police charge man in vehicle thefts Rehoboth Beach police arrest- ed Chad Harrington, 35, of Mills- boro June 2 and charged him with multiple thefts from un- locked vehicles. He was apprehended about 2 a.m. after a brief foot chase from the area of the 7- Eleven store on Rehob0th Avenue to Sixth Street, Detective William Sulli- Chad Harrington vail said. He stole GPS units, radar detectors, iPods and credit cards, Sullivan said. Harrington was charged with Both women were charged vehicle a number of times, Cpl. resisting arrest, unlawful use of a with two counts of conspiracy Bruce Harris said. credit card, forgery, burglary and and two counts of theft under Akoglu's back was strained theft under $1,500. He was re- $1,500; Singletary was also . and she was taken to Beebe Med- leased on $26,000 unsecured charged with driving without a ical Center in Lewes in stable bond pending a future court ap- license, insurance card or regis- condition, Harris said. A passen- pearance. Additional charges are tration card. Both were released ger, Hatice Arslan, 50, was flown expected to be filed, Sullivan on.unsecuredbondpendingafu- by helicopter to Christiana said. ture court appearance; their pho- Hosptiai in fair condition, police tos were not available, Banks said. Rehoboth women said. The investigation is continu- ing, Harris said. charged in purse thefts Two women injured in Rehoboth Beach police arrest- Former Lewes resident ed a pair of local women on theft Route 9 car crash charges June 3. Two Georgetown women killed in Newark Chief Keith Banks said a bar- were hospitalized following a Plans are afoot for a memorial tender at a downtown restaurant June 2 vehicle accident on west- concert in honor of the late Aric called police and reported that bound Route 9, east of Stiener Pringle, 39, who was killed in two women had removed several Road. Newark June 2. Police have iden- unattended purses. Police said Aysun Akoglu, 25, tiffed the man struck and killed Antoinette Harding and Jesti- was driving a van iust before by a train as IhSngle, 39. na Singietary, both 24 and from midnight when a deer darted Pringle, of Newark, was born Rehoboth, tried to flee the scene across the roadway. She took in South Dakota; he spent the in a vehicle but were apprehend- evasive action to avoid the deer maiority ofhis life in Lewes. ed, Banks said. and left the road, overturning the The incident occurred about 11:40 p.m. on the CSX rail tracks behind Madison Av- enue, Cpl. Jeff Hale said. The train's conductor and and engi- neer both ob- Ark Pringle served a sub- ject lying on the rail tracks but were unableto stop in time, Hale said. The in- vestigation continues, Hale said. Pringle was a singer-song- writer who released many inde- pendent CDs. His family and friends are organizing memorial events in New Castle County Saturday, June 11, and Sussex County Sunday, June 12, at loca- tions to be determined. For information, email Mike Sniadecki of Newark via Face- book Cruise llIlel'--._ Cruise vessels would have company that sent representa- tomers as the Chesapeake Bay, Parkowski said local business - traveled along the Delaware Bay tives to visit the area. where they had plenty of stops owners liked and supported the and Chesapeake Bay. In Mary- "They said it wasn't financially along the way," Parkowski said. idea of bringing cruise ship pas- Continued from page I land, ports of call would have feasible for them to just stop in She said the tourism office sengers into the Cape Region. been Cambridge and St. Lewes. There had to be more of contacted the Philadelphia "They believe in the area just tivities. On average, each cruise Michaels. Other East Coast ship an itinerary with stops along the Cruise Terminal and sought a as we do. But just one stop was- visitor spends about $100 while stops also might have included Delaware Bay," Parkowski said. partnership that would have n't enough to sell the cruise ashore. Charleston, S. C., and Nantucket, She said the initial idea was to made Lewes a stop on its ship lines," she said. The Delaware Economic De- Mass. stop in Lewes and Cape May and itineraries. Parkowski said the tourism of- velopment Office estimated the Parkowski Said the tourism of- also to include New Castle and But earlier this year, the rice spent less than $8,000 on the state would have received an es- rice started looking for cruise Delaware City, but neither city Delaware River Port Authority, Cruise Lewes project. timated $600,000 a year in rev- ships that could dock at the Cape has facilities to dock a small operator of the Philadelphia "We spent very little money; it enue from cruise-ship opera- May-Lewes Ferry Terminal,cruise ship. Cruise Terminal, lost its lease on was mostly labor - making tions, which narrowed the field to "They said the Delaware Bay the facility and is getting out of phone calls doing the homework Cruise passengers spend an three small operators - Cruise wasn't as appealing to their cus- the cruise ship business,and research," she said. estimated $18 billion a year in the West, American Canadian United States, and for 20 years Caribbean Line (now doing busi- cruising has been the fastest- ness as Blount Small Ship Ad- growing sector of the travel in- ventures) and American_ dustry. 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