DSP Investigating Armed Robbery in Dover

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Delaware State Police are investigating an armed robbery around 4 Friday morning in the parking lot at the Waffle House on South Dupont Highway in Dover. Police say four women were inside a disabled car waiting for help when two black men with guns approached and demanded the victims’ property. The victims complied and the…

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Dover-Area Drug Trafficking Organization Charged by Federal Indictment

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A federal grand jury returned a superseding indictment last week charged three men from Dover and one from Middletown with conspiring to distribute cocaine, methamphetamine and fentanyl along with other drug and gun crimes. Officials say the amount of fentanyl seized from this organization is the largest know fentanyl seizure in Delaware history. According to…

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Gov. Hogan Directs MSP to Suspend ‘Good and Substantial Reason’ Standard for ‘Wear and Carry’ Permits

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Governor Larry Hogan, R.-Md. has directed Maryland State Police to immediately suspend the “good and substantial reason” standard when applications for ‘wear and carry permits’ are considered. Hogan released the following statement Tuesday: Over the course of my administration, I have consistently supported the right of law-abiding citizens to own and carry firearms, while enacting…

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Texas School Slaughter: Delmarva Reaction

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Delmarva lawmakers are starting to react to Tuesday’s massacre at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas. U.S and State of Delaware and Maryland flags are flying at half-staff until sunset Saturday in memory of the child victims and a teacher who was also killed. At least one police department on Delmarva plans to have officers…

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5 Charged With Straw Purchases Of Dozens Of Firearms

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Five people have been indicted on felony charges in connection with illegal straw purchases of more than 60 firearms. Two of the firearms involved resulted in lives being lost, according to Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings. The charges were announced Wednesday in Georgetown by Jennings, who said several agencies were involved in the investigations that…

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Maryland Lawmakers Consider Background Checks for Private Gun Sales

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The Maryland State Senate is set to take up a bill that would require background checks on private sales of riles and shotguns. The Senate will take up a different version of the bill than the one passed by the House of Delegates. If approved, a conference committee will have to iron out the differences…

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Salisbury Man Convicted of Burglary & Weapons Offenses

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A Salisbury man has been convicted of burglary and firearms offenses.  Last week a Wicomico County jury found 59 year old Richard Thurston guilty after a July 2017 incident where Thurston broke into a Pittsville home and stole a safe, several firearms and ammunition.  A pre-sentence investigation has been ordered prior to sentencing.  

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State Senate Approves 1 Gun Measure, 2nd Dies in Committee

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Legislation that would guns out of the hands of people who are deemed to pose a public danger by the courts has been approved in the State Senate.  House Bill 222, which creates a Lethal Violence Protection Order, was approved with a vote of 20 yes and 1 absent.  It passed in the State House…

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