Tomorrow night, as children and families celebrate Halloween in neighborhoods across Delaware, registered sex offenders under the supervision of probation officers are being ordered to stay off the streets, the Department of Correction announced today.
Daniel Simmons, 35, of Pike Creek, pled guilty to one count of fourth degree rape in New Castle County Superior Court this morning. The plea, secured by Deputy Attorney General Peggy Marshall, resolves a case charging Simmons with raping a teenage boy. Simmons was arrested May 2, 2014 and immediately placed on administrative leave. He […]
Eric Bodenweiser, 56, of Georgetown, pled no contest to two counts of third degree unlawful sexual contact in Sussex County Superior Court this morning. The plea, secured by Deputy Attorneys General David Hume and John Donahue, resolves a case that previously resulted in a hung jury in June, 2014. As a result of the plea, […]
Registered sex offenders on probation in Delaware are being kept off the streets this Halloween in the interest of public safety as a condition of their supervision by the Department of Correction. Each year on Halloween night, the Department of Correction imposes special conditions on all high risk sex offenders and sex offenders with child victims who are under the supervision of Probation and Parole, requiring them to remain inside their home with outside lights turned off beginning at 6 p.m. Friday.