The Delaware Department of Justice has joined a national coalition committed to working to crack down on illegal debt collection. Led by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), “Operation Collection Protection” brings together federal, state, and local enforcement and regulatory organizations.
A teenager from Townsend will spend the next six years in prison after pleading guilty in April to charges arising from his non-fatal shooting of two other teenagers.
Plan Highlights Include: Reductions In Some Minimum Mandatory Sentences, Tough Treatment of Gun Offenses, and Steps To Minimize Child Involvement In the Criminal Justice System and Ensure That Innocent Persons Do Not Receive Criminal Records With a goal of a more fair and just criminal justice system, Attorney General Matt Denn Thursday unveiled a collection […]
Work on “cold case” leads to charges Attorney General Matt Denn announced today that a New Castle County Grand Jury has handed down an indictment against Rydell Mills, 23, of Wilmington on charges of first degree murder and other firearms charges. The indictment comes over seven years after the date of the alleged murder. Mills […]
Dr. Senad Cemerlic, an anesthesiologist and owner of ABG Pain Clinic in Dover, has been arrested on six counts of felony health care fraud following an investigation by the Department of Justice Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.
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