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Middle-Finger-Flipping Teens Arrested in Delaware Crime Spree

A pair of 17-year-olds and a 16-year-old have been charged with hundreds of crimes after being accused of orchestrating a monthslong crime spree in Delaware. The 17-year-olds were caught in the act in December of last year, while the 16-year-old was arrested over the course of the investigation into the alleged crimes of the elder boys, the Delaware State Police said. The teens, all from Seaford, are accused of dozens of crimes that include theft of firearms, theft of a motor vehicle, burglary and multiple misdemeanors.
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Two juveniles arrested on over 100 charges

SUSSEX COUNTY, Md.– Delaware State police have arrested two juveniles following months-long investigation. On June 17th troopers arrested two juveniles and charged them with over 274 criminal charges. One of the juveniles was linked to a three month investigation that involved theft of a motor vehicle, burglary, felony theft, and...
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Biden spends weekend in Delaware

Following his first overseas trip that included tea with Queen Elizabeth II and meetings with Russian Premier Vladimir Putin and G7 leaders, President Joe Biden is spending the weekend at his home near Greenville. The president departed the White House at 2:55 p.m. on Friday and arrived via the Marine...
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Rehoboth Beach Man Arrested for Burglary

REHOBOTH BEACH, Del.- A Rehoboth Beach man is facing burglary and related charges after was caught living illegally in a motel room, according to investigators. Delaware State Police said that at around 7 p.m. Thursday, troopers responded to The Shore Inn, located at 37239 Rehoboth Ave Ext. in Rehoboth Beach, for a reported disorderly person and possible assault. Through the investigation, troopers learned that the owner of The Shore Inn had been away for an extended period of time. Police said that when the owner returned, he discovered that Miguel A. Guiterrez, 36, had stolen a key to a motel room and was now living there.
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Great white shark spotted at Delaware Bay, heading up Eastern Shore

A great white shark has been tracked to Delaware Bay and is currently making its way up the Eastern Shore of New Jersey, according to OCEARCH. The shark, named Freya, is one of the white sharks being tracked by OCEARCH. They say is likely she is following the huge schools of menhaden, a type of fish, up the coast and into the bay.
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Gold Alert Issued for Felton Area Man- Felton

Felton, DE- Delaware State Police Troop 3 is issuing a Gold Alert for Karl G. Jordan, 43, of Felton. Jordan was last seen on June 15, 2021, at approximately 2:30 p.m. in the Felton area. Attempts to contact or locate Jordan have been unsuccessful and there is a concern for his safety and wellbeing.
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State Auditor says Delaware overpaid Pharmacy Benefit Manager by $24.5M over 3 years

Over three years, state auditor Kathy McGuiness said Delaware overpaid by $24.5 million the pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) for state employees' prescription drugs. “For fiscal years 2018 through 2020, the State of Delaware spent hundreds of millions of dollars on prescription drugs for state employees,” McGuiness said. “But because of questionable and opaque practices and contract terms with its PBM, Delawareans spent more money than was necessary – most of it to line the PBM’s pockets.”
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Bicyclist Critically Injured in Accident- Lewes

Lewes, DE- Delaware State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit continues investigating a serious accident that left a bicyclist in critical condition. On June 17, 2021, at approximately 5:38 p.m., a 2006 Ford F-250 pickup truck towing a dual axle dump trailer, operated by a Georgetown, DE man, was traveling westbound on Shady Road approaching the intersection of Plantations Road with a green light. A 19-year-old female of Douglasville, PA, was riding a bicycle westbound on Shady Road in the designated bike lane. As the pickup truck started to proceed through the intersection, the bicyclist failed to see the pickup truck and trailer before turning left and impacting the right side of the trailer within the middle of the intersection. As a result of the impact, the bicyclist was knocked to the ground. The truck came to a controlled stop west of the intersection in the Henlopen Landing neighborhood.
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Two Juveniles Arrested Following Multiple Month Investigation- Sussex County

Sussex County, DE- Delaware State Police arrested three juvenile males from Seaford on multiple criminal charges following a multiple-month investigation. Between October and December 2020, Delaware State Police Troop 4 Property Crimes Unit investigated 37 related criminal cases in the Seaford and Laurel area consisting of theft of a motor vehicle, burglary, felony theft, and multiple misdemeanor crimes. During the three-month investigation, two 17-year-old males were developed as suspects.
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Clerk Assaulted in Rehoboth Beach Motel Robbery

REHOBOTH BEACH, Del.- Delaware State Police are looking for a man who assaulted a clerk during a Wednesday night robbery of a Rehoboth Beach motel. Troopers said that shortly after 9:30 p.m. the suspect entered the Anchorage Inn, located at 18809 Coastal Highway, and requested change from the male front desk clerk. The suspect watched as the clerk obtained the money from a different area in the motel. When the clerk returned, the suspect asked for a different variation of money.
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Gold Alert Issued for Laurel Man- Laurel

Laurel, DE- Delaware State Police Troop 5 is issuing a Gold Alert for Matthew Moesle. Moesle was last seen at approximately 7:30 p.m. on June 16, 2021, in the Laurel area. Attempts to locate Moesle have been unsuccessful and there is a concern for his safety and wellbeing. Moesle is...
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Delaware State Parks -- The "Pretty Crazies"

You’re invited to a summer concert series, put together by the team at Delaware State Parks! The “Pretty Crazies” will also be there performing! The concerts are sponsored by the friends/volunteer groups at the respective parks. The groups raise money throughout the year, by offering concessions and refreshments at some of the concert locations. Those who would like to give back to the friends, group, or park of their choice can make a donation at destateparks.com/GetInvolved/Donate.
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This is How Many People Are Refusing the COVID-19 Vaccine in Delaware

The Biden Administration’s ambitious plan to vaccinate 300 million Americans by the end of the summer faces multiple challenges — and not all are related to distribution or production. According to a recent survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau, 26,590,000 Americans — or 10.7% of the 18 and older population — say they will […]
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Delaware State Police Issue Gold Alert for Missing Bridgeville Woman- Greenwood

Greenwood– Delaware State Police Troop 5 is issuing a Gold Alert for 64-year-old Wenda Lambert of Bridgeville, DE. Wenda was last seen on June 17, 2021, at approximately 1:15 p.m., in the Greenwood area. Attempts to contact Wenda have been unsuccessful and there is a true concern for her safety and well-being.
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NRG Energy closing four coal-fired plants in Illinois, Delaware

NRG Energy is retiring four of its coal-fired plant units next year as it shifts the power generation portfolio toward a 50-percent reduction in carbon emissions by 2025. During an Investor’s Day presentation, NRG Executive Vice President of Operations Chris Moser revealed that his company will close four plants within the PJM Interconnection market. The closures account for more than 1,600 MW in generating capacity and 55 percent of NRG’s coal-fired fleet.
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Delaware Man Replaces Tattered Flags, With Help From Comcast

WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — One of the first times David Pinder knocked on the door of an unsuspecting resident, he was met with an angry greeter. He had bypassed the “No Trespassing or Soliciting” sign after parking his Comcast truck. Pinder wasn’t at this New Castle County residence – later...