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Violent Felony Convictions Lead to Prison Sentences

Prosecutors within the Delaware Department of Justice had several significant successes recently, which will lead to prison sentences for several defendants. A Wilmington man is facing prison for a December 2014 shooting death in the 700 block of Vandever Street in the city. Deputy Attorneys General Jan van Amerongen and Matthew Frawley secured a plea […]




Prosecutors Secure Convictions for Violent Felonies Leading to Significant Prison Sentences for Defendants

Deputy Attorneys General within the Delaware Department of Justice had several significant successes recently, including convictions that will lead to significant prison sentences for defendants. Anthony Abbatiello, 36, of Wilmington, will spend at least 38 years in prison, after being found guilty of several charges by a Superior Court jury. Deputy Attorneys General Julie Finocchiaro […]




Child Predator Task Force Investigation Leads to Arrest

An undercover investigation by the Delaware Child Predator Task Force into the solicitation of a minor for the purpose of engaging in prohibited sex acts, resulted in the arrest of 35-year-old Joshua Rutherford of Camden-Wyoming. In mid-February, investigators say Rutherford began a chat conversation with an undercover investigator he believed was the father of a […]




Contractor Arrested for Defrauding Senior Citizen

The Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Unit announced a Delaware City-based contractor faces criminal charges for defrauding a 72-year-old New Castle County homeowner. James Small, 31, was arrested on one count of Home Improvement Fraud, but Department of Justice officials believe he may have more victims. New Castle County Police received a complaint from a woman […]




New Legislation Seeks to Reduce Bullying, Keep Students Out of Criminal Justice System

New legislation authored by Attorney General Matt Denn, along with Senators Margaret Rose Henry and Brian Pettyjohn, and Representatives Charles Potter and Mike Ramone, will help reduce the number of children injected into the criminal justice system, while improving the state’s ability to deal with school bullying incidents. Senate Bill 207, introduced yesterday with bi-partisan […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Department of Justice"

Violent Felony Convictions Lead to Prison Sentences

Prosecutors within the Delaware Department of Justice had several significant successes recently, which will lead to prison sentences for several defendants. A Wilmington man is facing prison for a December 2014 shooting death in the 700 block of Vandever Street in the city. Deputy Attorneys General Jan van Amerongen and Matthew Frawley secured a plea […]




Prosecutors Secure Convictions for Violent Felonies Leading to Significant Prison Sentences for Defendants

Deputy Attorneys General within the Delaware Department of Justice had several significant successes recently, including convictions that will lead to significant prison sentences for defendants. Anthony Abbatiello, 36, of Wilmington, will spend at least 38 years in prison, after being found guilty of several charges by a Superior Court jury. Deputy Attorneys General Julie Finocchiaro […]




Child Predator Task Force Investigation Leads to Arrest

An undercover investigation by the Delaware Child Predator Task Force into the solicitation of a minor for the purpose of engaging in prohibited sex acts, resulted in the arrest of 35-year-old Joshua Rutherford of Camden-Wyoming. In mid-February, investigators say Rutherford began a chat conversation with an undercover investigator he believed was the father of a […]




Contractor Arrested for Defrauding Senior Citizen

The Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Unit announced a Delaware City-based contractor faces criminal charges for defrauding a 72-year-old New Castle County homeowner. James Small, 31, was arrested on one count of Home Improvement Fraud, but Department of Justice officials believe he may have more victims. New Castle County Police received a complaint from a woman […]




New Legislation Seeks to Reduce Bullying, Keep Students Out of Criminal Justice System

New legislation authored by Attorney General Matt Denn, along with Senators Margaret Rose Henry and Brian Pettyjohn, and Representatives Charles Potter and Mike Ramone, will help reduce the number of children injected into the criminal justice system, while improving the state’s ability to deal with school bullying incidents. Senate Bill 207, introduced yesterday with bi-partisan […]