- Saddam Awadallah, 26, was arrested on Feb 13 in Tennessee
- The Uber motorist was extradited to Delaware to face thievery charges
- Bethany Beach Police were questioning Awadallah for 6 months
- They contend he targeted residents’ homes after giving them Uber rides
Ashley Collman For Dailymail.com
Saddam Awadallah, 26 (pictured), was arrested in Tennessee and extradited behind to Delaware on Feb 13 to face several thievery charges
An Uber motorist has been arrested for burglarizing a homes of a riders he picked adult in Sussex County, Delaware.
Saddam Awadallah, 26, was arrested in Tennessee and extradited behind to Delaware on Feb 13 to face several thievery charges.
Bethany Beach Police contend they had been questioning Awadallah given August.
Police contend Awadallah would collect a victims adult from their homes as as motorist for Uber in his White 2004 Toyota Sienna, and afterwards lapse to burglarlize their homes while they were divided – holding credit cards, computers, watches, cellphones, tablets, sunglasses and other items.
They contend a Frankford, Delaware male is behind mixed burglaries in a area.
The burglaries usually ever occurred in a slight time support when they were out of a residence during a evening.
Awadallah was an Uber driver. Police had been questioning him for 6 months (file photo)
Awadallah faces 3 depends of second-degree burglary, 11 depends of burglary and rapist mischief, and charges of possession of criminal collection and burglary of a plant comparison than 62.
He stays in jail on $31,000 bond.
Anyone with information on Awadallah and his purported crimes is being asked to call Detective T. Powell during 302-752-3807.
Tipsters can also call a Delaware Crime Stoppers during 1-800-TIP-333 or they can contention their tips to www.delaware.crimestoppers.web.com or a content to 274637 regulating a keyword DSP.
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