Dover Curfew Likely To Continue For A While

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A curfew and state of emergency continue in Dover, nine days after stores were looted following a march and protest. Demonstrations have continued nearly daily in Dover since then, and they have been peaceful but have caused traffic disruptions. Mayor Robin Christiansen tells WBOC says he and the police chief communicate regularly about the situation,…

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State of Emergency & Curfew in Place in Dover

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A State of Emergency and curfew are in effect in Dover after protests there turned violent over the weekend. A peaceful protest took place on the Green and Legislative Mall. Dover Police said that the peaceful protests in support of George Floyd of the afternoon – gave way to incidents of property damage and looting…

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Dover Police Chief Retiring

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Dover Mayor Robin Christiansen announced this morning that the city’s Police Chief Marvin Mailey will be retiring. “Today it is with a great deal of sadness that I acknowledge on behalf of myself and the citizens of Dover, Delaware, the retirement of Police Chief Marvin Mailey.” said Mayor Christiansen. He noted Mailey’s accomplishments, saying it…

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City of Dover Municipal Election Results

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The results are in following the City of Dover’s municipal elections. Several incumbents will return to office, while another candidate was elected for the first time. Mayor Robin Christiansen, a Democrat ran unopposed and will return to City Hall. He was first elected in 2014 and this is his second term as Mayor. First District…

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