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Saturday, October 16, 2021

Time for State Auditor to step down

Hello everyone, The Delaware Democratic party has a giant-size headache on its hands following the grand jury indictment of State Auditor Kathy McGuiness. McGuiness faces charges that could add up to years in prison. The elected official...

State Auditor denies felony, misdemeanor charges listed in indictment

Delaware State Auditor Kathy McGuiness has denied allegations listed in an indictment and intends to remain in office. McGuiness could face more than a dozen years in prison if convicted. In a statement issued through  Wilmington...

Legislators call for indicted State Auditor to step down

Two legislators  called on Delaware State Auditor Kathy McGuiness to resign from the post following an  indictment announced on Monday  Paul Baumbach (D)   wrote  that he is "very troubled by the serious charges filed on...

State Auditor McGuiness indicted on criminal charges

Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings and the DOJ’s Division of Civil Rights & Public Trust announced Monday that State Auditor Kathleen McGuiness has been indicted for five criminal charges. Allegations range from employee intimidation,  awarding...

Pandora Papers shine a spotlight to South Dakota

Good afternoon, It wasn't good news for a Danish jewelry company or the radio app with the same name when the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists released details on the Pandora Papers. The project's name comes...

Bear resident convicted of running elaborate cocaine transport scheme with cartel ties

A federal jury convicted a Bear man on Monday in connection with an elaborate drug transport scheme that included oxygen tanks and an underground bunker accessed by a fake fireplace. Convicted on charges of conspiracy...

State Labor Department reports 25,000+ cases of suspected jobless benefit fraud

The Delaware Department of Labor is asking employers to take an active role in combatting fraudulent unemployment claims.   In social media posts, the department reported that it has identified  25,149 cases of suspected fraud claims due...

Route 1 driving crackdown overdue

Good afternoon, As we head into the Labor Day Weekend and the informal end of summer, it was encouraging to learn that the Delaware State Police will sharpen their focus on speeders. A rare non-crime release...

Former state employee found guilty of theft of funds raised for staffer’s retirement...

 Dawn Hill, a former employee of the Controller General’s Office was found guilty in connection with a scheme that deprived a retiring Legislative Hall employee of  a farewell vacation overseas. The charges pertain to the...

Former Connections staffer convicted of lying to police about checking on...

The Delaware Department of Justice’s Division of Civil Rights & Public Trust secured two misdemeanor convictions against a former employee of Connections. Connections had served as the Delaware Department of Correction medical contractor.  “Delawareans deserve integrity...