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DOVER — Carolyn Fredricks was livid Monday when she learned that seven Modern Maturity Center buses had their catalytic converters stolen over the weekend — rendering them inoperable. more
DOVER — Late last month, about 45 people gathered for the first Kent County Crime Watch of Delaware meeting since the pandemic arrived in March 2020. more
DOVER - While legislators said state Rep. Gerald Brady, D-Wilmington, used racist and sexist terms to discuss human trafficking in a June 27 email, an ethics complaint filed against him has been … more
DOVER — The first of two scheduled public comment sessions regarding police officers donning body-worn cameras in Delaware took place at the Dover Police Department on Thursday night, with an … more
DOVER — Some cases have taken months to solve, and others just a few days. Add it all up, and Dover police have made arrests in at least 14 shooting cases out of 23 since June 3, some with multiple suspects involved. At least 17 persons were arrested overall. more
SMYRNA — To learn how to help others who can’t always help themselves. That’s the goal of eight inmates inside James T. Vaughn Correctional Center. Via a patient companion … more
DOVER — Early Tuesday afternoon, Dover police announced that an investigation is ongoing into photos appearing to show two officers sleeping in their patrol vehicles. more
DOVER — The trial date for a couple indicted following the discovery of their child’s remains nearly two years ago is set for Sept. 6, 2022. Brandon and Kristie L. Haas are each … more
DOVER — If you see something, say something — all under the cloak of anonymity and to benefit a community. Delaware Crime Stoppers has a new executive director — Michael Gallagher — but its mission remains the same: The nonprofit organization revolves around taking tips from the public, which may earn rewards for the source and boost police investigations. more
MILFORD — Following a successful four months with a part-time behavioral health specialist, the Milford Police Department received approval from City Council to hire one full time. more
DOVER — Joining other states’ law enforcement agencies, Delaware State Police encrypted all their radio transmission channels March 22. That has been done, police officials said, in an effort to protect the privacy of victims, as well as the safety of officers. more
DOVER — Delaware’s law enforcement agencies haven’t been immune to challenges associated with officer performance and the public’s perception of it. Police departments nationally have struggled to attract recruits following the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis officer who was later convicted of murder, The Associated Press reported. Mass protests and calls for reforming or defunding the police, as well as the coronavirus pandemic, took their toll on officer morale. more
DOVER — A 19-year-old Dover man died and three other city residents were injured in a shooting in the 100 block of South New Street late Wednesday, Dover police said. more
DOVER — During a rally hosted by the Police Accountability NOW campaign early Wednesday afternoon, advocates pushed for the passage of pending legislation that would open law enforcement … more
DOVER — Determined to reduce violence in Dover while also addressing gang activity, the Dover Police Department is moving forward with its community policing model while also continuing to seek … more
DOVER — Citing recent shootings and increased gang activity in the city, Chelle Paul is calling on the Dover City Council and Dover Police Department to hold a special meeting to address public … more
GEORGETOWN — The torch representing Delaware law enforcement’s support continues to burn for Special Olympics Delaware and the approximately 4,200 athletes it serves. more
WILMINGTON — A former Delaware State Police sergeant is suing the agency, alleging sex discrimination and retaliation by troopers during her 16-year career there. Among other allegations, … more
DOVER — Another shake-up in the governor’s Cabinet is coming. Gov. John Carney announced Friday that he has named Correction Commissioner Claire DeMatteis as his special assistant to oversee federal COVID-19-relief funding and “crisis management projects across state government.” The position of special assistant is not part of the governor’s formal Cabinet and does not require Senate confirmation. more
WILMINGTON — Focused on justice and mindful of public health and safety related to COVID-19, stakeholders collaborated when planning to expand operations inside Delaware’s courts. more
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