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Cape Gazette NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 29- THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2014 5 Briefly )) Lewes planners discuss comp plan July 20 The Lewes Planning Commis- sion will meet at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Police & Fire )) Single-vehicle crash hospitalizes one Delaware State Police are in- vestigating an early morning crash west of Lewes that sent one person to the hospital. The inci- dent occurred about 2:05 a.m., July 25, when Abigail K. Cellini, 21 of Milford, operating a 2011 Chevrolet Aveo westbound on Fisher Road just east of Hopkins Road, drove off the north side of the roadway and struck a utility pole on the driver's side. Cellini, who was properly restrained, was extricated from the vehicle by emergency responders and initially transported to Beebe Healthcare, but she was later flown to Christiana Medical Cen- ter, where she remains in critical condition. Troopers continue to investigate the incident. Alcohol may have been a factor in this case. Fisher Road east of Hopkins Road was closed for approxi- mately two hours while a utility crew repaired the pole. Rehoboth police seek suspects in wallet theft The Rehoboth Beach Police Department is seeking more information on two suspects who police say stole a wallet at the Beach Arcade. About 11:30 p.m., July 20, police received a complaint that a white man, 20 to 30 years old with short dark hair and a trimmed beard stole a wal- let from the victim's unattended purse. Police said the suspect is 6-feet to 6-feet-2 and was wear- ing a blue, button-down shirt with jeans and white shoes. The wallet, which was recovered July 21 from a trash can on Baltimore Avenue, contained $150 in cash that was not recovered. A white woman in her 20s with long dark hair accompanied the suspect, police said. Anyone with infor- mation should call Lt. William Sullivan at 227-2577. Harper Continued from page 4 Harper, "helped keep the vic- tim imprisoned. You knew Mrs. Smith was helpless and frail. It was your idea to abandon her in an isolated cemetery." Stokes said it was remarkable Smith survived her ordeal. Smith herself did not appear at the sentencing; she tes- tified during reverse amenability hearings for Harper, McDonald and Perez and also testified at Harper's trial. McDonald is the next defendant to stand trial, scheduled Monday, Aug. 11. July 29, at city hall, to continue session at 7 p.m., Thursday, al $26.6 million on a number Institution Feb. 20 after his fifth discussion of the comprehensive July 31, at Cape Henlopen High of priority capital projects that DUI arrest. The medical ex- land-use plan. Discussion willbe School in Lewes. The purpose will be completed by September aminer ruled his death was a focused on comment received at of the meeting is for the public 2014. For more information, go to homicide caused by multiple two public forums in June, land to comment on Artesian Wa- www.depsc.delaware.gov, blunt-force injuries. The death use and annexation issues, coast- ter Company's application to certificate states Shoup "sus- al flooding and the city's aging increase its water rates 15.91 per- Investigation continues tained lethal trauma while being population. For more informa- cent, or $9.98 million over its restrained multiple times by tion, call city hall at 302-645-7777. current revenues. Artesian says into prisoner death prison response team." it has invested $20.5 million since The Department of Correction John Painter, spokesman for PSC hearing on Artesian its last rate increase on critical continues its investigation into the Department of Correction, supply and distribution proj- the death of an inmate who died said the investigation is ongoing rates July 31 ects for well replacements and Feb. 27 while in custody, and all prison employees in- The Public Service Commis- redevelopment. The company Ronald Shoup, 48, was com- volved with the incident remain sion will hold a public comment also plans to invest an addition- mitted to Sussex Correctional on full-duty status. 20834 Jehn L Wlllliam Iiwy. (Rt. 24] Lewes, DE 199U [At Leve Creek Bridge RL 24]