Dover Pair Arrested For Shoplifting, and Vehicle Theft Charges
Incident Number: 50-23-5177
Date/Time: Thursday, February 16, 2023 at 5:16 p.m.
Location: Unit Block of Stevenson Drive Dover, DE
Contact: Dover Police Department Public Information Officer
Master Corporal Ryan Schmid Email: Ryan.Schmid@cj.state.de.us
Narrative: The Dover Police Department has arrested Aliah Stone, 19, and Cam’ron Jackson, 18, both of Dover, following a shoplifting complaint which lead to the recovery of ammunition and a stolen vehicle, Thursday evening. The investigation began when Dover Police Department received a call for a shoplifting that had just occurred a LIDL in Dover. Officers responded and staff advised officers that the suspects, a Hispanic female and a black male, fled in a grey Jeep SUV with Pennsylvania registration. Officers familiar with Stone believed that she may be involved based on the description provided by staff at LIDL. Officers know Stone to frequent the unit block of Stevenson Drive so they went to check the area. Upon arrival, officers located the grey Jeep described above which was occupied by Stone and Jackson. Both were taken into custody without incident and officers located 9mm ammunition in the center console following a search.
The vehicle above had been reported stolen on February 11, 2023 and it was determined that Jackson was the suspect responsible for taking the vehicle.
Stone and Jackson were transported to Dover Police where they were processed and arraigned.
Stone was committed to BWCI on $9000 cash bail on the following charges:
-Possession of Ammunition by a Person Prohibited
-Receiving Stolen Property
Stone was also held on a $1,000 secured bail on the following charges:
-Shoplifting Under $1,500
-Conspiracy Third Degree
Jackson was committed to SCI on $8,000 cash bail on the following charges:
-Possession of Ammunition by Person Prohibited
Jackson was also held on a $2,000 secured bail on the following charge:
-Theft of a Motor Vehicle
Jackson was also charged with Shoplifting and Conspiracy and was issued an unsecured bail for those charges.