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Four Indicted On Charges Relating To Murder of 15-Year-Old Brandon Wingo in Wilmington

Three men were indicted Monday for the murder of 15-year-old Brandon Wingo as he walked home from school on May 19, and a woman was indicted on related charges as well. Kevon Harris-Dickerson, 20, of Newark, Zaahir Smith, 19, of Newark, and Diamonte Taylor, 18, of Wilmington, were indicted by a grand jury Monday for […]




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 […]




46 Criminal Cases Against Members of Heroin Enterprise Successfully Prosecuted

“Operation Son Sun” investigation concludes with convictions of leaders of one of Delaware’s largest heroin trafficking organizations. Joined by the local and federal law enforcement agencies who successfully worked together to bring down one of the largest heroin trafficking organizations in Delaware history, Attorney General Matt Denn announced Thursday that the prosecutions of “Operation Son […]




Wilmington Man Indicted for 2008 Murder

Work on “cold case” leads to charges Attorney General Matt Denn announced today that a New Castle County Grand Jury has handed down an indictment against Rydell Mills, 23, of Wilmington on charges of first degree murder and other firearms charges. The indictment comes over seven years after the date of the alleged murder. Mills […]




Delaware Department of Justice Statement on Officer-Involved Shooting

The Delaware Department of Justice’s Office of Civil Rights and Public Trust is investigating the officer-involved shooting on Wednesday in Wilmington and will determine whether the police officers acted in compliance with Delaware law.







 Pages Tagged With: "Wilmington Police"

Four Indicted On Charges Relating To Murder of 15-Year-Old Brandon Wingo in Wilmington

Three men were indicted Monday for the murder of 15-year-old Brandon Wingo as he walked home from school on May 19, and a woman was indicted on related charges as well. Kevon Harris-Dickerson, 20, of Newark, Zaahir Smith, 19, of Newark, and Diamonte Taylor, 18, of Wilmington, were indicted by a grand jury Monday for […]




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 […]




46 Criminal Cases Against Members of Heroin Enterprise Successfully Prosecuted

“Operation Son Sun” investigation concludes with convictions of leaders of one of Delaware’s largest heroin trafficking organizations. Joined by the local and federal law enforcement agencies who successfully worked together to bring down one of the largest heroin trafficking organizations in Delaware history, Attorney General Matt Denn announced Thursday that the prosecutions of “Operation Son […]




Wilmington Man Indicted for 2008 Murder

Work on “cold case” leads to charges Attorney General Matt Denn announced today that a New Castle County Grand Jury has handed down an indictment against Rydell Mills, 23, of Wilmington on charges of first degree murder and other firearms charges. The indictment comes over seven years after the date of the alleged murder. Mills […]




Delaware Department of Justice Statement on Officer-Involved Shooting

The Delaware Department of Justice’s Office of Civil Rights and Public Trust is investigating the officer-involved shooting on Wednesday in Wilmington and will determine whether the police officers acted in compliance with Delaware law.