Millsboro PD Officer Indicted for Drug Tampering

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A Millsboro Police sergeant has been indicted for drug tampering. An investigation by the Department of Justice’s Division of Civil Rights & Public Trust revealed that 34 year old Matthew Dufour tampered with and used drugs stored in the Department’s evidence locker. Dufour faces 10 charges and is currently on administrative leave without pay or…

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9 Charged In Kent Co. Gun Trafficking Case

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Nine people face a combined 77 charges following an investigation into straw purchases of at least 12 firearms in six separate transactions in the Dover area According to Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings, who detailed the case Wednesday in Dover, investigators determined that co-defendants Nassir Williams, Jyheim Spencer, and John Lassiter – all of whom…

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Prosecutors Prepare For Sexual Abuse Case Against Pastor

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The Delaware Attorney General’s Office is seeking possible additional victims as it prepares to prosecute a Sussex County pastor who has been indicted for unlawful sexual contact. Major Foster of Lincoln was employed as pastor of Philadelphia Pentecostal Holiness Church in Ellendale when he was indicted last fall. Prosecutors said the charges followed an investigation…

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Del. Legislative Leaders Announce Formal Review Of Constitutional Powers Regarding Auditor Case

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Leaders of the Delaware General Assembly have announced a plan for a formal review of its powers and procedures under two Articles of the Delaware Constitution regarding cause for removal of a public official. The Senate and House last week passed different concurrent resolutions asking for an advisory opinion from the Delaware Supreme Court. Now,…

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Update: Auditor McGuiness Pleads Not Guilty To All Charges

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Update, Tuesday morning: Delaware State Auditor Kathy McGuiness turned herself in Tuesday morning in Wilmington, one day after being indicted for a total of five offenses, two of which are felonies. McGuiness pled not guilty to all charges, and arraignment was waived. She was released on $50,000 unsecured bail.A case review is scheduled for October…

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Sussex Co. Men Indicted On US Capitol Charges

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A man who was photographed carrying a Confederate battle flag inside the U.S Capitol January 6th has been indicted – along with his son – on several charges. A grand jury has indicted Kevin Seefried of Laurel for five counts that include entering restricted property and disorderly conduct. Hunter Seefried faces those charges as well…

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Two Indicted in Smyrna Child Remains Case

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Attorney General Kathy Jennings announced Tuesday that two people have been charged with multiple felonies over the abuse and eventual death of Emma Cole, a child whose remains were found at a Smyrna softball field. Brandon Haas, 39, and Kristie Haas, 28, were indicted Monday afternoon on charges including First Degree Child Abuse and Endangering…

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Maryland, Delaware men charged in federal indictment of violent extremism

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Federal grand juries in Delaware and Maryland have returned indictments charging alleged members of the racially motivated violent extremist group “The Base” with firearms and alien-related charges. Both federal indictments charge Brian Mark Lemley, Jr., age 33, of Elkton, Maryland, and Newark, Delaware; and Canadian national Patrik Jordan Mathews, age 27, currently of Newark, Delaware,…

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Georgetown Man Indicted for Hoax Emergency Calls

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The U.S. Attorney’s Office says a federal grand jury has indicted a Georgetown, Delaware man for the illegal practice of swatting, in which an individual makes hoax emergency calls in order to elicit an armed police response for the purpose of harassing someone believed to be at the location of the fake emergency. Officials say…

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Milford Doctor Indicted in National Healthcare Fraud Investigation

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A national healthcare fraud investigation results in charged against 601 individuals responsible for over $2-billion in fraud losses – including a Milford doctor.  US Attorneys for the District of Delaware say Patrick Titus, a doctor and owner of Lighthouse Internal Medicine was indicted on 14 counts of unlawful distribution and dispensing of controlled substances and…

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