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Two More Gang Members Plead Guilty

Other defendants sentenced to prison for drug, rape and burglary charges A total of 26 members of the Only My Brothers (OMB) gang have now pled guilty to charges included in the 2016 indictment related to the activities of OMB after 2 more members entered pleas and were sentenced in Superior Court. The charges represent […]




Prosecutors Secure Sentence For Theft From Vulnerable Family Members

Other defendants face probation and convictions for financial exploitation and armed robbery Attorneys with the Delaware Department of Justice recently obtained several criminal convictions and sentences: Alethea Davis-Moses, 46, of Chester, Pennsylvania pled guilty to Financial Exploitation of a Patient in a case handled by Deputy Attorney General Lisa Barchi and Special Investigator Joe Trala. […]




Prison Sentences for Murder, Home Invasion, Robbery Obtained By DOJ Prosecutors

Prosecutors within the Delaware Department of Justice recently obtained significant convictions and sentences. Deputy Attorneys General Ipek Medford and Steve Wood secured two sentences of life without parole, plus five years for 28-year-old Dwight Smith of Wilmington, in connection to a 2011 rape and murder. In December 2011, 65-year-old Marsha Lee of Wilmington was reported […]




Gun, Drug, and Fraud Cases Highlight Recent Work of Department of Justice

Prosecutors in the Department of Justice’s Criminal and Fraud and Consumer Protection Divisions had several significant successes recently. Deputy Attorney General Casey Ewart secured a prison sentence for 27-year old Tyrone Bussey of Yonkers, New York. In March 2015, Bussey, who was staying in his girlfriend’s apartment the 700 block of West 7th Street in […]




Laurel Woman Pleads to Theft and Forgery Charges

Kimberly Parker, 49, of Laurel, pled guilty April 15, 2016, to two counts of Felony Theft Greater Than $1500, and one count of Felony Second Degree Forgery. In December 2015, Parker was employed as a teacher in the Laurel School District. An investigation by Laurel Police showed she stole $2,550 from the Laurel Elementary School, […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Department of Justice"

Two More Gang Members Plead Guilty

Other defendants sentenced to prison for drug, rape and burglary charges A total of 26 members of the Only My Brothers (OMB) gang have now pled guilty to charges included in the 2016 indictment related to the activities of OMB after 2 more members entered pleas and were sentenced in Superior Court. The charges represent […]




Prosecutors Secure Sentence For Theft From Vulnerable Family Members

Other defendants face probation and convictions for financial exploitation and armed robbery Attorneys with the Delaware Department of Justice recently obtained several criminal convictions and sentences: Alethea Davis-Moses, 46, of Chester, Pennsylvania pled guilty to Financial Exploitation of a Patient in a case handled by Deputy Attorney General Lisa Barchi and Special Investigator Joe Trala. […]




Prison Sentences for Murder, Home Invasion, Robbery Obtained By DOJ Prosecutors

Prosecutors within the Delaware Department of Justice recently obtained significant convictions and sentences. Deputy Attorneys General Ipek Medford and Steve Wood secured two sentences of life without parole, plus five years for 28-year-old Dwight Smith of Wilmington, in connection to a 2011 rape and murder. In December 2011, 65-year-old Marsha Lee of Wilmington was reported […]




Gun, Drug, and Fraud Cases Highlight Recent Work of Department of Justice

Prosecutors in the Department of Justice’s Criminal and Fraud and Consumer Protection Divisions had several significant successes recently. Deputy Attorney General Casey Ewart secured a prison sentence for 27-year old Tyrone Bussey of Yonkers, New York. In March 2015, Bussey, who was staying in his girlfriend’s apartment the 700 block of West 7th Street in […]




Laurel Woman Pleads to Theft and Forgery Charges

Kimberly Parker, 49, of Laurel, pled guilty April 15, 2016, to two counts of Felony Theft Greater Than $1500, and one count of Felony Second Degree Forgery. In December 2015, Parker was employed as a teacher in the Laurel School District. An investigation by Laurel Police showed she stole $2,550 from the Laurel Elementary School, […]