DOVER POLICE BEAT / Thugs jumped pharmacy counter at all-night Walgreen’s unloaded safe of narcotics

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DOVER POLICE BEAT / Thugs jumped pharmacy counter at all-night Walgreens unloaded safe of narcotics

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DOVER, DEL. – Bandits with guns took advantage of a 24-hour drugstore to load up on the drugs of the choice in the lawless First State of Delaware where crime is king from one end of the state to the other.

The suspects were both described as 18 to 25-year-old black males with one wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and the other wearing a green and black Adidas hooded sweatshirt.

The Dover Police Department is investigating an early morning robbery that occurred at a Walgreen’s store in Dover.  At approximately 3:10 AM, two suspects entered the store and walked to the pharmacy at the rear of the business.  Both suspects jumped the counter and confronted the pharmacist, ordering him to open the medicine safe.  The suspects then pushed the pharmacist to the floor and fled with an undisclosed amount of prescription medications. 

The suspects were both described as 18 to 25-year-old black males with one wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and the other wearing a green and black Adidas hooded sweatshirt.

The investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is asked to contact the Dover Police Department at (302)736-7130. Callers may remain anonymous. Tips can also be submitted to law enforcement through tip lines maintained by Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333 or online at http://www.tipsubmit.com.

DELAWARE STATE POLICE BEAT / Thugs used guns instead of cash at dinner time in McDonald’s

DOVER, DEL.– Delaware State Police are investigating the robbery of a Dover area McDonald’s that occurred on Feb. 26, 2018.

The incident occurred at approximately 5:07 p.m., Monday, February 26, 2018, at the McDonalds, located at 1704 E. Lebanon Road.  A black male suspect entered the business and approached the cash register. While at the cash register, the suspect displayed a handgun and demanded money from an employee.  The employee turned over an undisclosed amount of cash prior to the suspect fleeing the business. The employee was not injured as a result of the incident.

The suspect was described as a black male, 5’11”-6’00” tall, with brown eyes and black hair, wearing a light-colored sweater, jeans, and displaying a handgun.

Police report that no surveillance photos are available at this time.

The investigation is ongoing and anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to please contact Troop 3 Criminal Investigative Unit, Detective B. Beck at (302) 698-8527.

Information may also be provided by calling Delaware crime stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333 or via the internet at http://www.delaware.crimestoppersweb.com

 

Wiseguy gave cops a bum steer and left in a hurry; boomerang tactic resulted in arrest – but weak laws guarantee armed drug dealers won’t be inconvenienced by spending time in slammer

 

DOVER, DEL. – It doesn’t really matter how many guns and drugs alleged drug dealers have, they have the liberal yahoos of the Delaware legislature making lenient laws and liberal Democrat-appointed Judges assuring that miscreants will be returned quickly from jail to the streets to pursue their craft.

Prohibited from the possession of firearms by a previous conviction?  Don’t worry, this is Delaware. You’ll get Bail!

Benjamin Wilson, 26, of Dover, prohibition from possessing guns didn’t keep him from holding onto arsenal and he made bail before cops got off duty in Dover on Feb. 26, 2018

The Dover Police Department arrested Benjamin Wilson (26) on Saturday afternoon on drug and firearms charges.  Officers were originally called to an apartment building in the unit block of S. State Street for a strong odor of marijuana coming from inside the building at 10:40 AM.  Officers arrived and walked the hallways and determined the odor was coming from apartment four.  Despite their efforts, officers were unable to make contact with anyone in that residence.  As they checked the outside perimeter of the building, an officer was contacted by Benjamin Wilson who inquired why the officers were there. 

Police say that the officers explained their reasoning and Wilson advised them that apartment four was a vacant apartment and that he lived in apartment two.  When the officer walked back to his patrol vehicle, Wilson quickly left in a black Ford Mustang.  The officer ran the tags and it came back to Wilson, but his residence was listed as apartment four.  Officers checked the area for Wilson’s car but were unsuccessful. 

At approximately 12:23 PM, officers checking the area located Wilson’s vehicle parked in front of the same apartment building.  Officers contacted Wilson, who gave consent to search his apartment.  During an initial search, officers located a 9mm handgun, 4.4 grams of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and 3.0ml of anabolic steroids. 

Police report that a second search of the residence conducted by the Drugs, Vice, and Organized Crime Unit, Patrol officers, and the Street Crimes Unit led to the discovery of two 9mm magazines, .10 gauge shotgun, .12 gauge double barrel shotgun, .22 caliber rifle, 602 rounds of 9mm ammunition, 30 rounds of .12 gauge slugs, 150 .22 caliber rounds, and syringes.

Wilson was released on $9,100 unsecured bond on the following charges:

-Possession of Marijuana

-Possession of Controlled Substance (Steroids)

-Tampering with Physical Evidence

-Hindering Prosecution

-Drug Paraphernalia

-Possession of Firearm by Person Prohibited (Drugs)

 

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