Bridgeville Police seek publicís help
The Bridgeville Police Department needs the publicís assistance in locating three people wanted for criminal charges. Anyone who knows or has any information on the whereabouts of any of the three men is asked to contact Sgt. Chuck Manuszak of the Bridgeville Police Department at 337-8302 or call the Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-847-3333. There is up to $1,000 cash reward with information leading to the arrest of these subjects.
On Thursday, July 25, 2002, Carlos Rubino entered the residence of his girlfriendís sister on Delaware Avenue in Bridgeville with a gun in his possession.
While inside the residence he threatened to kill one of the occupants. After this incident he fled the scene to Carvel Gardens in Laurel. At that point a Laurel Police Officer spotted the vehicle and attempted to take Rubino into custody.
Rubino was able to break away from the officer and fled on foot. He has been seen in the Laurel and Bridgeville areas.
Police said he should be considered armed and dangerous. Both the Bridgeville Police Department and the Laurel Police Department have warrants against him for burglary, weapons charges, and resisting arrest.
On Friday, Aug. 2, 2002, Terrence Teagle approached a female in the rear parking lot of Jeffís Tap Room on Market Street in Bridgeville. The suspect asked the victim for directions and was then escorted to the entrance of the bar by the victim. As the victim and the suspect approached the door the suspect grabbed the victimís purse from her arm and ran northbound.
The suspect was seen in a white four-door car with Maryland registration. The suspect later tried to cash one of the victimís checks at the PNC Bank in Seaford. This suspect is also wanted by the Greenwood Police Department as well as the Sussex County Superior Court.
The Bridgeville Police Department has warrants on file for robbery and assault.
On Saturday, Aug. 3, 2002, John J. Lewis was employed as a cashier for the Shore Stop Convenience Stores in Bridgeville.
During his shift it is believed that he stole approximately $540. After being confronted with this information the suspect did not return to work.
There are warrants on file against him for theft.