Delaware State Police have made an arrest they say connect five church burglaries since the start of the year.
Police arrested 31-year-old Adam Calloway at the Sunrise Motel in Seaford, where they say they found crack cocaine and a .22 caliber bullet. According to police, Calloway attempted to flee, but was quickly re-apprehended.
In addition to the charges connected to the five church burglaries, police aid Calloway also had 13 active arrest warrants in Delaware.
The churches are Carey's United Methodist and Trinity Churches in Millsboro, Laurel's Saint Johns AME Church, Seaford's Iglesai Evangelica Betana Church, and Georgetown's Mt. Olivet Church.
Police said they connected the church crimes together as the point of entry for each was an exterior window where the suspected used force to break the glass.
Calloway has been charged with two counts of second degree burglary, three counts of third degree burglary, 2 counts of felony theft, possession of a firearm or ammunition by a person prohibited, along with other charges.
Calloway was sent to Sussex Correctional Institution on $29,507 secured and $11,200 cash-only bond.