The suspect, who was armed with an unknown make and model handgun, confronted the employees of the business and demanded money from the cash registers.
The suspect was identified as Douglas W. Walker, 39 of Wilmington. After obtaining a search warrant for the suspect’s vehicle evidence linking him to the robbery was located inside the vehicle.
Delaware State Police report that their computer check revealed that Ott had four previous DUI convictions, making this his fifth offense.
The 23-year-old operator of the Mercury was identified as Shyheim Kellam-Griffin. Shyheim suffered fatal injuries because of this crash and was pronounced dead at the scene on Wednesday, December 20, 2017. Shyheim was wearing his seatbelt and it is unknown at this time if an impairment is a contributing factor in this crash.
The suspects also ordered the victim to surrender her Apple I-phone, which she did. After obtaining all the property, the suspects then forced the victim into the walk-in freezer, before fleeing in an unknown direction.
a couple boating in the Broadkill River, in the area north of Oyster Rocks Road, discovered an empty kayak, a cooler, and then a body floating in the water.
A computer inquiry revealed Clark’s license was suspended. Upon exiting the car, a search was conducted and troopers located 11,115 bags (77.805 grams) of heroin and .16 grams of marijuana.
During this Operation, investigators used numerous investigative techniques to identify members involved in violent crime and the distribution of large amounts of Cocaine and Heroin in Sussex County.
Just when business in the heroin trade is getting good and customers are dying to get their hands on a really goosey dose of smack, the Feds have sidelined an alleged drug dealer.
The suspect implied that he was armed with a handgun and demanded money from the victim.