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Grand Jury Indicts Dewey Beach Police Officer

The Delaware Department of Justice’s Office of Civil Rights & Public Trust announced Tuesday that a grand jury has indicted Dewey Beach police officer Gregory Lynch, Jr. in connection to an August 10 incident near Bellevue Road. The DOJ alleges that police and EMTs were dispatched on August 10 to assist a victim who had […]




Former Police Chief Sentenced

Michael Capriglione, former Chief of Police for the Town of Newport, was ordered to surrender his certification and sentenced to probation by a Kent County Superior Court judge today. Capriglione pleaded guilty in February to Official Misconduct (Class A Misdemeanor) and Careless Driving. In May 2018, Capriglione struck another car in the parking lot of […]




Augusthy Named New Director of Office of Civil Rights and Public Trust

Attorney General Matt Denn announced the appointment of Deputy Attorney General Sonia Augusthy as the new head of the Office of Civil Rights and Public Trust. Since November 2016, Augusthy served as the head of the Department of Justice’s Felony Screening Unit. Augusthy has been with the department since 2009, previously serving in the Sex […]




Former Employees of Fire Company, Charter School Plead Guilty In Separate Cases

Other Recent Cases Include Murder 2nd, Attempted Murder, Robbery, Weapons, Drugs In two cases investigated and prosecuted by DOJ’s Office of Civil Rights and Public Trust: Pace Campbell, 42, of Wilmington pled guilty to one count of felony theft and one count of Second Degree Forgery involving funds from the Wilmington Manor Fire Company, where […]




Enforcement of Voter Intimidation Laws During 2016 Elections

With Delaware’s primary elections coming up in less than a month and the general election shortly thereafter, the Attorney General wishes to notify the public that the Delaware Department of Justice will be strictly enforcing the voter intimidation provisions of the Delaware Constitution. Those provisions make it a crime in Delaware for a person to […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Office of Civil Rights and Public Trust"

Grand Jury Indicts Dewey Beach Police Officer

The Delaware Department of Justice’s Office of Civil Rights & Public Trust announced Tuesday that a grand jury has indicted Dewey Beach police officer Gregory Lynch, Jr. in connection to an August 10 incident near Bellevue Road. The DOJ alleges that police and EMTs were dispatched on August 10 to assist a victim who had […]




Former Police Chief Sentenced

Michael Capriglione, former Chief of Police for the Town of Newport, was ordered to surrender his certification and sentenced to probation by a Kent County Superior Court judge today. Capriglione pleaded guilty in February to Official Misconduct (Class A Misdemeanor) and Careless Driving. In May 2018, Capriglione struck another car in the parking lot of […]




Augusthy Named New Director of Office of Civil Rights and Public Trust

Attorney General Matt Denn announced the appointment of Deputy Attorney General Sonia Augusthy as the new head of the Office of Civil Rights and Public Trust. Since November 2016, Augusthy served as the head of the Department of Justice’s Felony Screening Unit. Augusthy has been with the department since 2009, previously serving in the Sex […]




Former Employees of Fire Company, Charter School Plead Guilty In Separate Cases

Other Recent Cases Include Murder 2nd, Attempted Murder, Robbery, Weapons, Drugs In two cases investigated and prosecuted by DOJ’s Office of Civil Rights and Public Trust: Pace Campbell, 42, of Wilmington pled guilty to one count of felony theft and one count of Second Degree Forgery involving funds from the Wilmington Manor Fire Company, where […]




Enforcement of Voter Intimidation Laws During 2016 Elections

With Delaware’s primary elections coming up in less than a month and the general election shortly thereafter, the Attorney General wishes to notify the public that the Delaware Department of Justice will be strictly enforcing the voter intimidation provisions of the Delaware Constitution. Those provisions make it a crime in Delaware for a person to […]