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Prison Time and Guilty Pleas for Members of Heroin Trafficking Group Highlight Recent Successes for the Department of Justice

Three people arrested as part of “Operation Son Sun,” one of the largest heroin trafficking organizations in the state’s history, have entered pleas for their involvement in the group. Deputy Attorneys General Mark Denney, Caterina Gatto, John Taylor, and Julie Finocchiaro secured a plea from Brian Palmer, 27, of Newark, for criminal racketeering and 5 […]




Teenager Adjudicated As An Adult on Shooting Charge Gets Six Years in Prison

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.




Refusal to Name Second Person Involved in Killing Leads to Maximum Prison Sentence for Newark Man

Sentencing leads list of recent highlights for Department of Justice




Prosecution of Juveniles with Guns as Adults Highlights Recent DOJ Developments

WILMINGTON, DE – The Department of Justice’s continuing efforts to target serious juvenile gun offenses has led to the decision to hear the gun-related cases of three local teenagers in Superior Court. The Attorney General recently began personally reviewing each new juvenile gun offense, and has directed that some offenses which would previously have been […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Court"

Prison Time and Guilty Pleas for Members of Heroin Trafficking Group Highlight Recent Successes for the Department of Justice

Three people arrested as part of “Operation Son Sun,” one of the largest heroin trafficking organizations in the state’s history, have entered pleas for their involvement in the group. Deputy Attorneys General Mark Denney, Caterina Gatto, John Taylor, and Julie Finocchiaro secured a plea from Brian Palmer, 27, of Newark, for criminal racketeering and 5 […]




Teenager Adjudicated As An Adult on Shooting Charge Gets Six Years in Prison

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.




Refusal to Name Second Person Involved in Killing Leads to Maximum Prison Sentence for Newark Man

Sentencing leads list of recent highlights for Department of Justice




Prosecution of Juveniles with Guns as Adults Highlights Recent DOJ Developments

WILMINGTON, DE – The Department of Justice’s continuing efforts to target serious juvenile gun offenses has led to the decision to hear the gun-related cases of three local teenagers in Superior Court. The Attorney General recently began personally reviewing each new juvenile gun offense, and has directed that some offenses which would previously have been […]