SMYRNA — On Wednesday afternoon, the Delaware State Police asked for the public’s assistance in locating three people in two unrelated investigations.
Roy G. Kolaco, 24, of Smyrna, was sought after police responded to a early Wednesday morning fight report and received allegations that a shotgun allegedly was pointed at a person.
According to Master Cpl. Gary Fournier in a news release, the alleged incident occurred at 12:47 a.m. in the 700 block of Smyrna-Clayton Boulevard. Police claimed that preliminary investigation found Mr. Kolaco allegedly pointed a shotgun at a 40-year-old man and threatened to kill him.
Police alleged Mr. Kolaco and several other people then fled in vehicles afterward.
Mr. Kolaco is wanted on the following charges: aggravated menacing, terroristic threatening, possession, own or control a firearm, destructive weapon, previously convicted of a violent felony, offensive touching and possession deadly weapon (firearm) during the commission of a felony.
According to authorities, Mr. Kolaco also is wanted for failing to appear for traffic charges.
Later in the afternoon, police released information regarding a search for two Harrington residents in a burglary investigation in Georgetown.
Police alleged that an undisclosed amount of jewelry was stolen on Friday from a home in the 18000 block of Savannah Road. Suspects fled the area in a Volkswagen Jetta, authorities said.
Police determined that Johnny Smith, 30, and Brooke L. Miller, 19, allegedly were involved in the burglary.
Pending charges include second-degree burglary, attempting to tamper with a witness, criminal mischief and theft.
Police described Mr. Smith as a 5-foot-11, 165-pound white male with hazel eyes and brown hair. Ms. Miller was described as a 5-foot-7, 129-pound white female with blue eyes and blond hair.
Police asked anyone with information on the whereabouts of Mr. Smith or Ms. Miller to contact Detective A. Stetser at 752-3856 or Ashley.Stetser@state.de.us.
Information on all wanted people also may be provided by calling Delaware Crime Stoppers at (800) TIP-3333, at www.delaware.crimestoppersweb.com or by sending an anonymous tip by text to 274637 (CRIMES) using the keyword “DSP.”