Laurel man facing drug charges after traffic stop

DAGSBORO — A 24-year-old Laurel man was charged with multiple alleged drug-related offenses as a result of a traffic stop that took place in Dagsboro on Friday afternoon, said Master Cpl. Michael Austin, spokesman for the Delaware State Police. The suspect was identified as Devontay D. Jones. Master Cpl. Austin said that around 1:26 p.m. […]

Traffic stop leads to arrest of Laurel man on drug charges

DAGSBORO –Delaware State Police report the arrest 24-year-old Devontay D. Jones of Laurel on multiple drug related offenses following a traffic stop near Dagsboro Friday afternoon. The incident occurred at approximately 1:26 p.m. April 19 when a trooper on routine patrol observed a gray, Chevy Trailblazer run a stop sign at the intersection of E. […]

Dagsboro traffic stop leads to arrest of California man on drug, other charges

DAGSBORO – A traffic stop conducted by town of Dagsboro police Sunday afternoon led the arrest of a 57-year-old California man on drug and other charges after authorities found more than 200 pounds of marijuana and more than a quarter of a million dollars in his pickup truck. Charles Mulvihill of Ukiah, California was charged […]

Scenic Delaware: Don’t Mind Me

Dave Tally of Camden took this photo he calls “Don’t Mind Me” at Holt’s Landing State Park in Dagsboro.

Dagsboro hoping to land Downtown Development District designation

  DAGSBORO — The town of Dagsboro for a second time is applying to the state in hopes of landing designation as a Downtown Development District community. Earlier this year, Gov. John Carney announced the expansion of the Downtown Development Districts Program, which is geared toward urban revitalization. Several large areas in Dagsboro’s town limits […]

IREA pledges ‘full support’ for construction referendum

DAGSBORO — A potentially influential, in-house employee core has cast full support for Indian River School District’s May 7 major capital referendum that includes new construction, expansion and renovation to meet enrollment growth and over-capacity challenges. The Indian River Education Association, the union encompassing hundreds of teachers and other district employees, has pledged its support […]

Dagsboro man arrested in roadside shooting incident

CLARKSVILLE – Delaware State Police on Thursday arrested a Dagsboro man in connection with a roadside shooting that occurred Wednesday evening. John W. Barnhard, 60, was arrested and charged in the shooting incident that occurred near Old Mill Road and Irons Lane, state police spokesman Master Cpl. Melissa Jaffe said. Troopers were dispatched March 27 […]

Dagsboro: Temporary traffic light change may cause traffic delays, backups

DAGSBORO – Town of Dagsboro Police Department is alerting motorists to a temporary traffic light cycle change associated with a Department of Transportation project that could cause traffic delays and backups. In conjunction with scheduled milling and paving on Main Street, DelDOT has temporarily changed the intersection traffic lights at the Main Street/Clayton Street and […]

Dagsboro: Arrests made in burglary, theft investigations

DAGSBORO – Town of Dagsboro police have made two arrests in the investigation of burglary and theft incidents that occurred in February and March. On March 2 officers were dispatched to the Wangs Kitchen within the corporate limits of Dagsboro for a report of a burglary in progress, according to Dagsboro Police Chief Floyd Toomey. […]

Traffic stop: Dagsboro man faces drug charges

MILLSBORO – Delaware State Police on Tuesday arrested a 28-uear-old Dagsboro man after a traffic stop led to the discovery of drugs, including heroin, cocaine and marijuana. Troopers charged Kevin D. Handy Jr. with: Possession With Intent to Deliver a controlled substance in a Tier 2 quantity; Possession With Intent to Deliver a controlled substance; […]