Others face prison for sexual abuse, assault, and robbery charges. A 43-year-old Wilmington man will spend 35 years in prison for a 2014 murder in Wilmington after being sentenced by a Superior Court judge. Deputy Attorneys General Brian Robertson and Maria Knoll secured the sentence for Marcus Crews. Crews pled guilty in Superior Court in […]
To achieve public compliance through education and enforcement actions that help conserve Delaware’s fish and wildlife resources and ensure safe boating and public safety, Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers between May 15-21 made 2,244 contacts with anglers, boaters and the general public, including 187 vessel boardings for boating safety and fishing regulation compliance checks, issuing 86 citations.
Man’s Best Friend, Separation Day and a wine-glass painting party among the events to be presented.
For the upcoming Memorial Day holiday weekend, DNREC’s Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police remind boaters that drinking and boating don’t mix – and that boat operators with blood alcohol levels of .08 or higher risk facing charges for operating under the influence (OUI), as well as putting themselves, their passengers and other boaters in Delaware waters at risk.
Date Posted: Thursday, May 25th, 2017
Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control Secretary Shawn M. Garvin today signed an order enabling the City of Rehoboth Beach to move forward with construction of an outfall that will discharge the city’s treated wastewater into the Atlantic Ocean, eliminating the largest remaining point source discharge into Delaware’s Inland Bays.
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