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Convictions, Sentences For Weapons, Assault, Robbery, Child Pornography

A 41-year-old Wilmington man faces at least 6 years in prison after pleading guilty to weapons charges. Deputy Attorney General Allison Abessinio secured the plea from Robert Johnson. During a fight in September 2016, Johnson stabbed 57-year-old Carl Huggins multiple times in his home in the 400 block of North Church Street in Wilmington. The […]




50 Attorneys General Reach $120 Million Settlement With General Motors Over Defective Ignition Switch

General Motors Company (“GM”) and 50 attorneys general, including Delaware, have settled allegations GM concealed safety issues related to ignition-switch-related defects in GM vehicles, resulting in changes to the way the company represents cars to be “safe” as well as payments to the states. General Motors Company (“GM”) and 50 attorneys general, including Delaware, have […]




Armed Robber Faces 25 Years in Prison

Other defendants face prison time for assault and escape charges Deputy Attorneys General Kelly Sheridan and Jamie McCloskey secured a guilty plea from a 30-year-old Middletown man for robbery and weapons charges. From 2016 to 2017, police believe Brandon Dixon and an accomplice robbed multiple businesses throughout New Castle County armed with guns. Dixon pled […]




Life in Prison for 2016 Stabbing Death in Wilmington

Other defendants face prison time for murder, weapons, and robbery charges A 50-year-old Wilmington man will spend the rest of his life in prison for the 2016 killing of his girlfriend. Deputy Attorneys General John Downs and Periann Doko secured the plea of Guilty but Mentally Ill to Murder First Degree and Possession of a […]




Dover Organization Ordered by Court To Stop Offering Diplomas Until It Cooperates With Investigators

DOJ Consumer Protection Unit Cautions Delawareans About Dubious Diploma Services Following consumer complaints, an investigation by the Department of Justice Consumer Protection Unit and a lack of response to investigative demands, a state Superior Court judge has held the Bright Rock Christian Academy and its principals in contempt and ordered the organization to stop soliciting, […]







 Pages Tagged With: "attorney general"

Convictions, Sentences For Weapons, Assault, Robbery, Child Pornography

A 41-year-old Wilmington man faces at least 6 years in prison after pleading guilty to weapons charges. Deputy Attorney General Allison Abessinio secured the plea from Robert Johnson. During a fight in September 2016, Johnson stabbed 57-year-old Carl Huggins multiple times in his home in the 400 block of North Church Street in Wilmington. The […]




50 Attorneys General Reach $120 Million Settlement With General Motors Over Defective Ignition Switch

General Motors Company (“GM”) and 50 attorneys general, including Delaware, have settled allegations GM concealed safety issues related to ignition-switch-related defects in GM vehicles, resulting in changes to the way the company represents cars to be “safe” as well as payments to the states. General Motors Company (“GM”) and 50 attorneys general, including Delaware, have […]




Armed Robber Faces 25 Years in Prison

Other defendants face prison time for assault and escape charges Deputy Attorneys General Kelly Sheridan and Jamie McCloskey secured a guilty plea from a 30-year-old Middletown man for robbery and weapons charges. From 2016 to 2017, police believe Brandon Dixon and an accomplice robbed multiple businesses throughout New Castle County armed with guns. Dixon pled […]




Life in Prison for 2016 Stabbing Death in Wilmington

Other defendants face prison time for murder, weapons, and robbery charges A 50-year-old Wilmington man will spend the rest of his life in prison for the 2016 killing of his girlfriend. Deputy Attorneys General John Downs and Periann Doko secured the plea of Guilty but Mentally Ill to Murder First Degree and Possession of a […]




Dover Organization Ordered by Court To Stop Offering Diplomas Until It Cooperates With Investigators

DOJ Consumer Protection Unit Cautions Delawareans About Dubious Diploma Services Following consumer complaints, an investigation by the Department of Justice Consumer Protection Unit and a lack of response to investigative demands, a state Superior Court judge has held the Bright Rock Christian Academy and its principals in contempt and ordered the organization to stop soliciting, […]