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 Pages Tagged With: "Delaware Department of Justice"

Murder, Weapons, Burglaries, Rape Result In Convictions, Prison Time

Attorneys within the Delaware Department of Justice recently obtained significant criminal convictions and sentences: Deputy Attorneys General Steve Wood and Allison Abessinio secured a guilty plea from 23-year-old RhiShawn McNeil of Wilmington, to Murder Second Degree and Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Felony. In January 2015, 26-year-old Donnell Clark was working […]




DOJ Releases Report on Wilmington Police Use of Force

The Delaware Department of Justice has released a report on the Wilmington Police Department use of force incident that resulted in the death of Jeremy McDole on September 23, 2015. The “Introduction and Summary” and “Scope of Investigation” segments of the report are below. The full report and video, audio and photo evidence referenced in […]




Statement of the Delaware Department of Justice on Criminal Charges Associated With the Death of Howard High School Student Amy Joyner-Francis

Earlier today, Department of Justice prosecutors and a Wilmington Police Department detective met with the mother and older brother of Amy Joyner-Francis to discuss with them the charges that would be brought against three Howard High School students in connection with the incident that led to the death of Amy Joyner-Francis on April 21, 2016. […]




Department of Justice Recent Cases Include Prison Time For Assaults, Weapons Charges, and Child Pornography

Prosecutors within the Delaware Department of Justice recently obtained significant convictions and sentences. A Wilmington man will spend eight years in prison for a domestic assault. Deputy Attorney General Joe Grubb obtained the sentence from the court for John McCasline, 50, on charges of Assault Second Degree, and Terroristic Threatening as a habitual offender. In […]




Guilty Verdicts for Mastermind of Paladin Club Murders

A New Castle County Superior Court jury returned guilty verdicts on all charges against Christopher Rivers, 33, of Wilmington, for the 2013 killing of his business partner Joseph Connell, and Connell’s wife, Olga, both 39, of Wilmington. The jury found Rivers guilty of two counts of Murder First Degree, two counts of Possession of a […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Delaware Department of Justice"

Murder, Weapons, Burglaries, Rape Result In Convictions, Prison Time

Attorneys within the Delaware Department of Justice recently obtained significant criminal convictions and sentences: Deputy Attorneys General Steve Wood and Allison Abessinio secured a guilty plea from 23-year-old RhiShawn McNeil of Wilmington, to Murder Second Degree and Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Felony. In January 2015, 26-year-old Donnell Clark was working […]




DOJ Releases Report on Wilmington Police Use of Force

The Delaware Department of Justice has released a report on the Wilmington Police Department use of force incident that resulted in the death of Jeremy McDole on September 23, 2015. The “Introduction and Summary” and “Scope of Investigation” segments of the report are below. The full report and video, audio and photo evidence referenced in […]




Statement of the Delaware Department of Justice on Criminal Charges Associated With the Death of Howard High School Student Amy Joyner-Francis

Earlier today, Department of Justice prosecutors and a Wilmington Police Department detective met with the mother and older brother of Amy Joyner-Francis to discuss with them the charges that would be brought against three Howard High School students in connection with the incident that led to the death of Amy Joyner-Francis on April 21, 2016. […]




Department of Justice Recent Cases Include Prison Time For Assaults, Weapons Charges, and Child Pornography

Prosecutors within the Delaware Department of Justice recently obtained significant convictions and sentences. A Wilmington man will spend eight years in prison for a domestic assault. Deputy Attorney General Joe Grubb obtained the sentence from the court for John McCasline, 50, on charges of Assault Second Degree, and Terroristic Threatening as a habitual offender. In […]




Guilty Verdicts for Mastermind of Paladin Club Murders

A New Castle County Superior Court jury returned guilty verdicts on all charges against Christopher Rivers, 33, of Wilmington, for the 2013 killing of his business partner Joseph Connell, and Connell’s wife, Olga, both 39, of Wilmington. The jury found Rivers guilty of two counts of Murder First Degree, two counts of Possession of a […]