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Gang Member Gets Prison Sentence for Murder

Other defendants face prison time on robbery, weapons, rape and drug dealing charges A gang-related shooting in 2015 that left a 17-year-old dead resulted in a 20 year sentence for the shooter. Alexander Fitzgerald, 22, of Wilmington, a member of the Touch Money Gang (TMG), received his sentence from a Superior Court judge. In February […]




Prison Sentences for Women In Two Murder Cases

Shooting and daycare assault cases also lead to prison time The woman who lured a 21-year-old Dover man into what was supposed to be a robbery has pled guilty to her role in his murder. Lisa Wagaman, 31, of Dover, pled guilty to Murder Second Degree and Conspiracy Second Degree for the 2017 killing of […]




9 Years In Prison for Heroin and Oxycodone Drug Dealer

Other defendants face prison time on murder and manslaughter charges A Wilmington drug dealer who laced heroin with fentanyl and oxycodone received a prison sentence for his conviction on drug charges earlier this year. Deputy Attorney General Monil Amin secured the guilty conviction and sentence for 29-year-old Sidierra Bailey. In November 2017, Detective Jeffrey Silvers […]




Child Rape Could Mean Life In Prison

OMB gang member pleads guilty; other defendants face prison on drug, weapons, manslaughter, and fraud charges. A 67-year-old Wilmington man could be sentenced to life in prison for the rape of a child that occurred in 2000. Deputy Attorney General Kelly Sheridan secured no contest plea from Santos Viruet to Rape First Degree. In January […]




AG Denn Joins Coalition In Fight Against EPA’s “Unlawful” Proposed Replacement For Clean Power Plan

Delaware Attorney General Matt Denn, along with a group of 26 states, counties, and cities, has formally objected on behalf of Delaware to the Environmental Protection Agency’s plan to reverse the country’s Clean Power Plan. The Clean Power Plan, put in place by the EPA under President Obama, is the first nationwide limit on climate […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Attorney General Matt Denn"

Gang Member Gets Prison Sentence for Murder

Other defendants face prison time on robbery, weapons, rape and drug dealing charges A gang-related shooting in 2015 that left a 17-year-old dead resulted in a 20 year sentence for the shooter. Alexander Fitzgerald, 22, of Wilmington, a member of the Touch Money Gang (TMG), received his sentence from a Superior Court judge. In February […]




Prison Sentences for Women In Two Murder Cases

Shooting and daycare assault cases also lead to prison time The woman who lured a 21-year-old Dover man into what was supposed to be a robbery has pled guilty to her role in his murder. Lisa Wagaman, 31, of Dover, pled guilty to Murder Second Degree and Conspiracy Second Degree for the 2017 killing of […]




9 Years In Prison for Heroin and Oxycodone Drug Dealer

Other defendants face prison time on murder and manslaughter charges A Wilmington drug dealer who laced heroin with fentanyl and oxycodone received a prison sentence for his conviction on drug charges earlier this year. Deputy Attorney General Monil Amin secured the guilty conviction and sentence for 29-year-old Sidierra Bailey. In November 2017, Detective Jeffrey Silvers […]




Child Rape Could Mean Life In Prison

OMB gang member pleads guilty; other defendants face prison on drug, weapons, manslaughter, and fraud charges. A 67-year-old Wilmington man could be sentenced to life in prison for the rape of a child that occurred in 2000. Deputy Attorney General Kelly Sheridan secured no contest plea from Santos Viruet to Rape First Degree. In January […]




AG Denn Joins Coalition In Fight Against EPA’s “Unlawful” Proposed Replacement For Clean Power Plan

Delaware Attorney General Matt Denn, along with a group of 26 states, counties, and cities, has formally objected on behalf of Delaware to the Environmental Protection Agency’s plan to reverse the country’s Clean Power Plan. The Clean Power Plan, put in place by the EPA under President Obama, is the first nationwide limit on climate […]