Category: Felton

Police Identify Man Killed On Route 13

Police Identify Man Killed On Route 13

Felton – The Delaware State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit has identified the male pedestrian who was struck and killed as John A. Miller, 50 of Felton. Original Story Felton – The Delaware State Police (DSP) Collision...

Man Killed On Route 13 After Being Struck By Car

Man Killed On Route 13 After Being Struck By Car

Felton – The Delaware State Police (DSP) Collision Reconstruction Unit is investigating a fatal crash involving a pedestrian that occurred early this morning, according to DSP Public Information Officer, Master Corporal Gary Fournier. Fournier...

Suspect Wanted In Two Armed Robberies

Suspect Wanted In Two Armed Robberies

Kent County – The Delaware State Police are currently investigating armed robberies of businesses in Kent County which occurred last night, according to Director of Public Information Sergeant Richard D. Bratz. Bratz said that the...

School Bus Crash In Felton, 11 Taken To Local Hospitals

School Bus Crash In Felton, 11 Taken To Local Hospitals

Felton – State Police are investigating a bus crash that occurred right outside Lake Forest High School sending 11 students to area hospitals, according to Delaware State Police Spokesman Master Corporal Gary Fournier. Fournier...

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