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Conviction in 2018 Dover Murder

Other defendants face prison time for murder, weapons, and drug charges Ahmir Bailey, 20, of Lincoln, will spend the rest of his life in prison after being convicted by a Superior Court jury of murdering a 20-year-old Smyrna man. In May 2018, Bailey and a co-defendant, Eugene Riley, 19, of Milford, got into an argument […]




Attorney General Kathy Jennings’ Statement on Conaway Verdict

Attorney General Kathy Jennings today released the following statement after a jury returned a guilty verdict against Clay Conaway for Rape 4th Degree: “The message today is no means no. I am grateful for the jury’s decision, for the work of our excellent trial team, for the investigative work of the Delaware State Police, and […]




Lengthy Prison Sentence for Rape of 2 Children

Other defendants face prison for murder, assault, drug, and weapons charges The repeated sexual abuse of 2 children has led to a prison sentence of more than 100 years for a New Castle man. For a period of almost 3 years beginning in January 2014, Melvin Finney, 57, sexually assaulted 2 children in his care. […]




Driver’s License Bribery Scheme Leads To Guilty Pleas

Sexual assault kit testing initiative generates rape conviction; Child sexual abuse, armed robbery also lead to guilty pleas An employee of the state Division of Motor Vehicles and a man who bribed her have pleaded guilty to issuing drivers’ licenses to people who hadn’t earned them. Danielle Haldeman, 29, of Greenwood, who worked at the […]




Guilty Plea from Man Who Dragged State Trooper With SUV

Witness intimidation sends man to prison A 30-year-old Seaford man who tried to flee from a traffic stop with a state trooper holding on to his moving vehicle pleaded guilty in Superior Court. Deputy Attorney General John Donahue secured the plea to Assault Second Degree, Reckless Endangering, and Resisting Arrest from Brandon Showell. In June […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Delaware Department of Justice"

Conviction in 2018 Dover Murder

Other defendants face prison time for murder, weapons, and drug charges Ahmir Bailey, 20, of Lincoln, will spend the rest of his life in prison after being convicted by a Superior Court jury of murdering a 20-year-old Smyrna man. In May 2018, Bailey and a co-defendant, Eugene Riley, 19, of Milford, got into an argument […]




Attorney General Kathy Jennings’ Statement on Conaway Verdict

Attorney General Kathy Jennings today released the following statement after a jury returned a guilty verdict against Clay Conaway for Rape 4th Degree: “The message today is no means no. I am grateful for the jury’s decision, for the work of our excellent trial team, for the investigative work of the Delaware State Police, and […]




Lengthy Prison Sentence for Rape of 2 Children

Other defendants face prison for murder, assault, drug, and weapons charges The repeated sexual abuse of 2 children has led to a prison sentence of more than 100 years for a New Castle man. For a period of almost 3 years beginning in January 2014, Melvin Finney, 57, sexually assaulted 2 children in his care. […]




Driver’s License Bribery Scheme Leads To Guilty Pleas

Sexual assault kit testing initiative generates rape conviction; Child sexual abuse, armed robbery also lead to guilty pleas An employee of the state Division of Motor Vehicles and a man who bribed her have pleaded guilty to issuing drivers’ licenses to people who hadn’t earned them. Danielle Haldeman, 29, of Greenwood, who worked at the […]




Guilty Plea from Man Who Dragged State Trooper With SUV

Witness intimidation sends man to prison A 30-year-old Seaford man who tried to flee from a traffic stop with a state trooper holding on to his moving vehicle pleaded guilty in Superior Court. Deputy Attorney General John Donahue secured the plea to Assault Second Degree, Reckless Endangering, and Resisting Arrest from Brandon Showell. In June […]