The Southern Delaware Alliance for Racial Justice (SDARJ) will host a virtual town-hall meeting focusing on the law-enforcement system and the need for reform, on Tuesday, July 14, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., via the Zoom videoconferencing platform.

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The Delaware State Police Homicide Unit on June 29 announced that they believe a 66-year-old Virginia woman who has been missing since last seen at her second home in Salt Pond is deceased and may have been a victim of homicide — which police said they suspect was committed by her son, who h…

In its first in-person meeting in three months, the Millville Town Council opted overwhelmingly this week against hiring a consultant to help the Town examine options for its law-enforcement needs.

A Frankford Volunteer Fire Company employee has been “separated from employment” following the posting by that employee of a video on social media that fire company leaders characterized as “making light” of recent unrest throughout the nation regarding police brutality.

A peaceful rally in Millsboro, to take a stand against injustice, attracted about 90 people who raised signs, listened to speakers, applauded a singer’s passion, then marched around the block near the park.

The driver of a sport utility vehicle and its occupants were taken to the hospital after the vehicle struck a house in Oak Orchard on Tuesday, June 9, causing both the vehicle and the home to catch fire.

One would think that during a government-mandated “stay-at-home” order, they might see less activity on the police blotter. That was not the case for the Dagsboro Police Department during the past couple of months — namely March, April, and May.

Last week, the Dagsboro Police Department worked in conjunction with the Delaware State Police and neighboring Georgetown Police Department to arrest two suspects who were allegedly involved in a multi-state theft and forgery spree.

The Delaware State Police this week charged Bryan K. Gray, 55, of Millsboro with a seventh-offense DUI after a traffic stop led to the discovery that he was allegedly under the influence.

Three Millville residents — a 52-year-old man, a 19-year-old woman and a 16-year-old boy — were arrested this week and charged with maintaining a drug property, endangering a child and related offenses, according to Ocean View Police Chief Ken McLaughlin.

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Ocean View police are reporting that they are investigating reports of individuals allegedly selling drugs to young children (teens and pre-teens) in Ocean View and surrounding towns. As part of the investigation, police on Wednesday, May 6, raided a home on Flint Court in Millville. Police …

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To thank the staff of Atlantic Shores Rehab & Health Center, the Millsboro police and fire departments rode by the front door Tuesday morning, with lights flashing. The procession included a firetruck, three police vehicles and the police department’s historic 1972 tan Matador, driven by…

Since March 12, Delaware has been under the State of Emergency, and the public has been urged to remain at home and off the roadways. With fewer individuals traveling on Delaware roadways, the number of crashes and fatalities would be anticipated to have a significant decline, police said, b…

The Delaware State Police (DSP) this week recognized its public safety communication personnel during National Public Safety Telecommunications Operators Week. The Delaware State Police Communications Section consists of three 911 Public Safety Answering Points (dispatch centers), which are …

As officers at the Millsboro Police Department got accustomed to new uniforms this week, a Lewes company donated face shields to protect them from the coronavirus.

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Attorney General Kathy Jennings this week urged Delawareans to heed Gov. John Carney’s Declarations of a State of Emergency. The Declaration of a State of Emergency and all its modifications carry criminal punishment and have been enforced throughout Delaware, she emphasized.

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The Delaware State Police conducted multiple checkpoints over the course of the weekend of April 4 and 5 throughout Sussex County, as a measure to enforce Gov. John Carney’s order restricting out-of-state travelers’ entry into Delaware.

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Attorney General Kathy Jennings recently urged Delawareans to heed Gov. John Carney’s Declarations of a State of Emergency. The Declaration of a State of Emergency and all its modifications carry criminal punishment and have been enforced throughout Delaware.

The Delaware State Police Kent (KDU) and Sussex County Drug Units (SDU), and the Governor’s Task Force (GTF) recently concluded a drug investigation into the trafficking and distribution of illegal drugs with the arrest of three men, including one from Dagsboro.

Delaware State Police have opened a death investigation after human skeletal remains were discovered near Polly Branch Road, just outside of Selbyville town limits.

The Delaware Department of Correction announced this week that Maj. Jon Beck, security superintendent of Sussex Correctional Institution (SCI) and a 25-year DOC veteran, has been appointed deputy warden of SCI, effective March 1. Beck fills a vacancy created when SCI Warden Truman Mears was …