Millsboro man arrested for harassment, disorderly conduct

MILLSBORO – Town of Millsboro police arrested a 72-year-old Millsboro man for harassment and disorderly conduct on Monday afternoon.

According to Millsboro Police Chief Brian Calloway, on Aug. 8 a woman contacted police saying a man had asked her to get inside his vehicle. When the woman declined the male subject began to harass her and continued to invite her for a ride.

The woman got away and provided police with a description of the subject and his vehicle registration number.

Millsboro police were familiar with the described suspect as he has been contacted by the police regarding similar complaints, Chief Calloway said.

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Russell Munson

Russell Munson, taken into custody a short distance from Cupola Park, was arrested and charged with one count each of harassment and disorderly conduct.

Mr. Munson was arraigned at the Justice of the Peace Court 3. He pleaded guilty to both criminal charges, Chief Calloway said.

At Justice of the Peace Court 3 Mr. Munson was ordered to pay a fine. He was ordered not to have any contact in Cupola Park for a period of one year.

The Millsboro Police Department encourages the community to contact town police (934-8174) if they observe Russell Munson in or around the Cupola Park area.

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