|Inmate: Luis Rivera
Jail / Facility: Howard R Young
Location: Wilmington Delaware
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07, Jun 2013 - Wilmington 2 Wilmington residents arrested during Moral Monday
Earlier this week, opponents of Republican policies at the North Carolina General Assembly held their largest weekly demonstration to date since their movement began several weeks ago.
07, Jun 2013 - Wilmington NC NAACP launches tour against state legislation
RALEIGH, NC (AP) -- The North Carolina chapter of the NAACP is launching a 25-county tour targeting the policies of the Republican-led General Assembly. The civil rights group heads Tuesday to Wake, Wilson, Nash and Edgecombe counties for public events featuring legal and policy experts, grassroots organizers and people arrested during weekly protests at the state legislature. They'll visit ...
05, Jun 2013 - Savannah Man charged after Wilmington Island standoff
A 53-year-old man was arrested early Monday morning after allegedly threatening to harm himself, family members and police during a four-hour standoff overnight on Wilmington Island.
05, Jun 2013 - Wilmington 2 attempted lurings reported in New Castle
Delaware State Police are investigating two possible attempted luring incidents that occurred near a church and a school bus stop in New Castle.
04, Jun 2013 - Melrose Wilmington officer honored during annual run
Sean Collier of Wilmington, the MIT police officer who was ambushed and killed in April by suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings, was remembered and honored throughout the day on May 26 as runners turned out in record numbers at the Boston’s Run to Remember event.