A county police officer rescued a man from an otherwise fatal heroin overdose today during her early morning stop at a convenience store near New Castle.Officer First Class Megan McDole spotted and saved the unconscious man outside a Wawa on Airport Ro...Read more »
Five-year-old Angel De Jesus Zamora, diagnosed in February with terminal brain cancer, on Tuesday will have his dream fulfilled of becoming a policeman.New Castle County Police, in cooperation with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, invite the media to share t...Read more »
County police today announced the first-degree murder arrest of Cheryl Jennings, 46, in the July 9 shooting death of 19-year-old Malcolm Evans of the Rutledge neighborhood in Bear. Continuing an extensive investigation, a team from the Criminal Investi...Read more »
New Castle County police today reported the arrest of 19-year-old Bear resident Thomas Lowe in connection with numerous burglaries and related crimes in county neighborhoods. In the first two weeks of August, county officers responded to 10 burglaries ...Read more »
New Castle County Police Chief E. M. Setting proudly announced the promotion of Lt. Col. Vaughn Bond and Maj. Patrick Crowell.
New Castle County Executive Thomas P. Gordon on Wednesday raised the reward -- now up to $40,000 -- for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of whoever shot and killed a 19-year-old Bear resident as he drove to his part-time job.
County police are reminding citizens that a reward of up to $20,000 is offered for information leading to an arrest and/or conviction in any violent crime they are investigating.
The New Castle County Police are currently searching for Bernice Vazquez, a 14-year-old girl from the 2000 block of West Newport Pike in Wilmington.
New Castle County Police have arrested Connor Lemon, a 21-year-old male from the 900 block of Sugar Pine Drive in Bear, DE. He has been charged with burglary and other related offenses after detectives linked him to burglaries in the Hickory Woods and Ca...Read on...
New Castle County Police are investigating a phone scam where the caller identifies himself as a law enforcement official and attempts to collect money from the victim for outstanding warrants or fines.