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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Trending: Wilmington University announces True Crime Lecture Series

Starting Oct. 15, Wilmington University's  Criminal Justice Institute will present FBI profilers, undercover agents and investigators who handled some of the most infamous crimes in law enforcement history. The series is free and open...

Better Business Bureau helps shut down two illegal drug websites

The Better Business Bureau serving Delaware announced that they have successfully had two websites shut down that were illegally selling prescription and controlled substances from an address in Wilmington. BBB confirmed that “Drug Mart Pharmacy”...

Former WSFS, Citibank loan officer gets 18 months for bank fraud

U.S. District Court  Judge Richard G. Andrews sentenced Tae Kim, age 49, of Wayne, PA, to an 18-month prison sentence for bank fraud and conspiracy to commit bank fraud.  The Court also ordered Kim to...

Grand jury indicts former Wilmington City Council president on profiteering, misconduct charges

The Delaware Department of Justice’s Office of Civil Rights & Public Trust announced Monday that a grand jury  indicted former Wilmington City Council President Theopalis K. Gregory on charges of Profiteering and Official Misconduct. The...

Colonial School Board member jailed on sexual abuse charges involving juveniles

Colonial School District administrators confirmed  Saturday that  Ronnie Williams, 41, a member of its  Board of Education, was arrested by New Castle County Police and faces multiple charges related to the sexual abuse of...

Bear child care center authorized to reopen

The Little People Child Development Center in Bear is  now listed as being licensed to operate. The child care search site for the state revised the listing after  an earlier suspension. The center on Wrangle Hill...

Governor signs changes aimed at increasing fairness in criminal code

Gov.  John Carney signed three bills this month designed to simplify part of Delaware’s criminal code.  Of  17 criminal justice bills that have been filed, 11 have now been signed into law. “We’ve seen time and...

DMV employee, accomplice plead guilty to drivers’ license fraud case involving undocumented, untested drivers

An employee of the state Division of Motor Vehicles and a man who bribed her have pleaded guilty to issuing drivers’ licenses to people who hadn’t earned them, a release from the state Justice...

Smyrna woman gets 18 months for taking Social Security funds of late mother-in-law

A Smyrna woman was sentenced by U.S. District Court  Judge Maryellen Noreika to 18 months in prison for defrauding the U.S. Social Security Administration. According to court documents, Deborah Vaughn, 63, spent over a decade...

Jennings cautions buyers about “at home” sexual assault kits

Attorney-General Kathy Jennings says she is concerned about a  company marketing "at home"  sexual assault kits being marketed to universities and sexual assault survivors. The kits are available on Amazon and other sites. She joined other...