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MIL-OSI USA: Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: Aug. 20-26

MIL-OSI USA: Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: Aug. 20-26

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Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: Aug. 20-26 – State of Delaware News
NEWS FEEDDNREC’s Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police arrest Frederica couple for theft and commercial crabbing violationsDate Posted: August 31, 2018Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: Aug. 20-26Date Posted: August 31, 2018Life Sentences for Two Men Involved in Dover ShootoutDate Posted: August 31, 2018Delaware Office of State Planning Coordination Launches new websiteDate Posted: August 31, 2018DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation and Fort Miles Historical Association announce construction of new amenities at fort to begin Sept. 4Date Posted: August 30, 2018Drive Safely and Expect Heavy Traffic this Holiday WeekendDate Posted: August 30, 2018Drinking Water Notice Issued to Water Customers in Lewes After Lead Levels Exceed EPA Action LevelDate Posted: August 30, 2018West Nile Virus confirmed in two Delaware horsesDate Posted: August 30, 2018Governor Carney signs “Mental Health Parity” LegislationDate Posted: August 30, 2018September is National Preparedness MonthDate Posted: August 30, 2018DNREC Division of Fish & Wildlife announces rifle-pistol range at Ommelanden Hunter Education Training Center to close for repairsDate Posted: August 29, 2018DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation announces the Point at Cape Henlopen to reopen Sept. 1 following closure for beachnesting seasonDate Posted: August 29, 2018Delaware Libraries Launch Library Cards for ChildrenDate Posted: August 29, 2018DNREC’s First State Heritage Park Lantern Tours return to light up Fridays this fallDate Posted: August 28, 2018Greenwood man arrested by DNREC Environmental Crimes Unit for illegal dumping in HarringtonDate Posted: August 28, 2018Delaware’s dove, resident Canada goose, deer, teal, and gray squirrel hunting seasons to open in SeptemberDate Posted: August 28, 2018Delaware’s Council on Farm and Food Policy to advise Secretary of AgricultureDate Posted: August 28, 2018DPH Encourages Delawareans to Take Rabies Prevention Seriously After Death of Kent County WomanDate Posted: August 28, 2018DHSS Secretary Walker Sends Health Care Spending and Quality Benchmark Recommendations to Governor CarneyDate Posted: August 27, 2018UPDATE – Tuesday and Wednesday: Governor Carney To Sign 29 Bills Into LawDate Posted: August 27, 2018DNREC seeking volunteers for Delaware Coastal CleanupDate Posted: August 27, 2018Flags lowered for passing of Sen. McCainDate Posted: August 27, 2018DNREC’s First State Heritage Park First Saturday will host ‘First People of the First State: the Lenape Tribe of Delaware’ on Sept. 1Date Posted: August 27, 2018Delaware Advisory Council on Wildlife and Freshwater Fish to meet Aug. 28 in DoverDate Posted: August 24, 2018Man Pleads Guilty To Kidnapping, Raping Young Girl, Throwing Her In PondDate Posted: August 24, 2018Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: Aug. 13-19Date Posted: August 24, 2018New Safe Havens Family Visitation Center in Middletown to Host Grand Opening Sept. 6Date Posted: August 24, 2018DPH Investigating Outbreak of Whooping Cough in Kent County; Urging Residents to Get VaccinatedDate Posted: August 23, 2018Delaware releases historic preservation plan for 2018–2022Date Posted: August 23, 2018DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation to host free outdoor performances of Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’ in three Delaware state parks Sept. 6, 13, 14Date Posted: August 23, 2018DNREC’s Shoreline & Waterway Management Section to hold informational meeting Sept. 17 in Bethany on Massey’s Ditch maintenance dredging projectDate Posted: August 23, 2018Delaware Department of Insurance Issues Statement on Acquisition of Control of XL Group Ltd. by AXA SA & AffiliatesDate Posted: August 23, 2018Prevailing Wage Regulations Public Hearing on September 24, 2018Date Posted: August 23, 2018Governor Carney Announces Construction Career ExpoDate Posted: August 23, 2018DPH Announces Second Human Case of West Nile Virus; Urges Delaware Residents to Avoid Mosquito BitesDate Posted: August 22, 2018Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs to sponsor 21 special events during September 2018Date Posted: August 22, 2018Tickets now on sale for Kent Conservation District’s 19th Annual Barn Dance fundraiser on Oct. 12Date Posted: August 22, 2018Delaware wildfire crew wraps up successful assignmentDate Posted: August 22, 2018“First People of the First State”: Programs featuring the Lenapé Indian Tribe of Delaware at downtown Dover, Del. locations throughout September 2018Date Posted: August 21, 2018Governor Carney’s Statement on Repeal of Clean Power PlanDate Posted: August 21, 2018Final ACA Individual Rate Increase 3% / Highmark to Rebate Over $5 Million to Small GroupsDate Posted: August 21, 2018Conviction, Sentence In Two Separate Kent County MurdersDate Posted: August 17, 2018Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: Aug. 6-12Date Posted: August 17, 2018Newark man pleads guilty to illegal dumping in New Castle CountyDate Posted: August 17, 2018DelDOT Announces New DMV DirectorDate Posted: August 16, 2018“All Aboard: Delaware and the Railroad”Date Posted: August 15, 2018DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation announces closure of Farm Lane Bridge and Auburn Valley Trail Aug. 20 – Sept. 4Date Posted: August 15, 2018Health Officials Issue New Warning after 8 Deaths from Suspected Overdoses Occur Statewide in 4-Day SpanDate Posted: August 14, 2018DNREC’s White Clay Creek State Park sustains flood damage, forcing closures and cancellationsDate Posted: August 13, 2018DNREC Environmental Crimes Unit K-9 officer apprehends fugitive wanted for assaulting Maryland police officerDate Posted: August 13, 2018DNREC Division of Parks & Recreation to hold Aug. 20 open house on recreation opportunities at White Clay Creek State ParkDate Posted: August 13, 2018Delaware Division of the Arts Announces 2018-19 Mezzanine Gallery Solo ExhibitionsDate Posted: August 13, 2018Delaware wildfire crew on Idaho’s Copper Mountain FireDate Posted: August 13, 2018National Governors Association Releases Report on Strategies to Address Public Health CrisesDate Posted: August 10, 2018Drug-Related “Criminal Nuisance” Property In Selbyville Closed By Court OrderDate Posted: August 10, 2018Delaware ranks third nationally in 2016 Election Performance Index, or EPI.Date Posted: August 10, 2018Governor Carney and DelDOT Cut Ribbon on New South Frederica Grade Separated IntersectionDate Posted: August 10, 2018Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: July 30-Aug. 5Date Posted: August 10, 2018Raccoon in Hockessin Tests Positive for RabiesDate Posted: August 9, 2018Sussex County Man Tests Positive for West Nile VirusDate Posted: August 9, 2018Delaware DMV Launches Voluntary Medical ID IndicatorDate Posted: August 9, 2018DNREC’S Division of Parks & Recreation announces changes in lifeguard hours at state park ocean swimming beachesDate Posted: August 9, 2018Governor Carney Signs Pay for Success LegislationDate Posted: August 8, 2018DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation to host second annual ‘Paddlefest’ on Aug. 25Date Posted: August 8, 2018Absentee voting for the Thursday, September 6th Primary Election has started for voters in New Castle County, Delaware.Date Posted: August 8, 2018Four Academies of Business Information Management to launch in fallDate Posted: August 8, 2018Patients’ Trust Fund Agreed-Upon Procedures – June 30, 2017Date Posted: August 8, 2018Delaware Division of the Arts Announces First Round of Grants in Support of Arts Projects for Fiscal Year 2019Date Posted: August 8, 2018Coastal Zone Conversion Permit Act Regulatory Advisory Committee to meet Aug. 21 in New CastleDate Posted: August 7, 2018Saturday, August 11th is the last day for unregistered citizens to register to vote before the Thursday, September 6th Primary.Date Posted: August 7, 2018“The Empty Glass: Sherlock Holmes Comes to Dover” to be presented at Dover, Del.’s Old State House on Aug. 18, 2018Date Posted: August 7, 2018DNREC-sponsored Becoming an Outdoors-Woman weekend program to be held Sept. 28-30 at Cape Henlopen State ParkDate Posted: August 7, 2018Delaware Forest Service sends wildfire crew to MontanaDate Posted: August 5, 2018DNREC, Division of Public Health now accepting proposals for wastewater, surface water and drinking water planning grantsDate Posted: August 3, 2018Attempted Carjacking Leads to Lengthy Prison SentenceDate Posted: August 3, 2018Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: July 23-29Date Posted: August 3, 2018DNREC Natural Resources Police Environmental Crimes Unit charges New Castle woman in trash dumping incidentDate Posted: August 3, 2018Governor Carney Urges EPA to Reconsider Proposal to Freeze Vehicle Emission StandardsDate Posted: August 2, 2018DNREC produces wetlands report card and management recommendations on the Smyrna River WatershedDate Posted: August 2, 2018Governor Carney’s Statement on Regulation 225Date Posted: August 2, 2018DNREC’s Fort Delaware State Park to host second of two annual Civil War-era P.O.W. weekends Aug. 11-12Date Posted: August 2, 2018State will not move forward with current proposed anti-discrimination regulationDate Posted: August 2, 2018Delaware’s Water Infrastructure Advisory Council to meet Wednesday, Aug. 15 in DoverDate Posted: August 1, 2018FY2018 Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Public Workshop set for Aug. 22 by DNREC Environmental FinanceDate Posted: August 1, 2018DNREC launches Environmental Perspectives, a new interactive website featuring data-driven storytellingDate Posted: August 1, 2018DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police arrest Dover woman for multiple drug chargesDate Posted: August 1, 2018Workplace Safety Program Saves Businesses Over $9.8M in Workers’ Comp PremiumsDate Posted: August 1, 20182018 state assessment results hold steadyDate Posted: August 1, 2018Sussex Tech’s Mitchell earns DFA forestry scholarshipDate Posted: August 1, 2018Delaware Forest Service’s Ashley Melvin earns Gold Smokey AwardDate Posted: July 31, 2018DNREC’s Auburn Heights Preserve hosts ‘Steamin’ Days’ on the first Sunday of every month through NovemberDate Posted: July 31, 2018UPDATE: Victim identified from Saturday’s fatal personal watercraft accident in Sussex CountyDate Posted: July 30, 2018AG Denn Takes Actions To Prevent Distribution of Online Files for 3-D Printed FirearmsDate Posted: July 30, 2018DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police investigating fatal personal watercraft accident in Sussex CountyDate Posted: July 28, 2018Felton Man Convicted In Dover Murder CaseDate Posted: July 27, 2018Delaware Advisory Council on Wildlife and Freshwater Fish to meet Tuesday, July 31 in Dover to discuss deer seasons and Sunday deer hunting opportunities on public lands (Updated)Date Posted: July 27, 2018Governor Carney Announces Delaware Women’s Hall of Fame InducteesDate Posted: July 27, 2018Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: July 16-22Date Posted: July 27, 2018Governor Carney joins DNREC Secretary Garvin in presenting DNREC Awards at Delaware State Fair ceremonyDate Posted: July 26, 2018Health Care Commission Seeks Applications from Delaware Health Care Providers for One-Time Mini-Grants Related to Payment ReformDate Posted: July 26, 2018
Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control | Division of Fish and Wildlife | Date Posted: Friday, August 31, 2018
Reminder for the week: Have a safe Labor Day weekend on Delaware waterwaysDOVER – To achieve public compliance with laws and regulations through education and enforcement actions that help conserve Delaware’s fish and wildlife resources and ensure safe boating and public safety, Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers between Aug. 20-26 made 3,034 contacts with anglers, boaters, and the general public, issuing 41 citations. Officers responded to 83 complaints regarding possible violations of laws and regulations or requests to assist the public. An increased Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police presence continued at the C&D Canal Conservation Area and Michael N. Castle Trail.Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police in the CommunityOn Aug. 25, Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers discussed the role of Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers, answered hunting, fishing, and boating questions, and displayed the Operation Game Theft trailer during a National Wildlife Turkey Federation and Ducks Unlimited Family Picnic near Odessa.Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police ActionsCitations issued by category, with the number of charges in parentheses, included:Fisheries Conservation: Recreational: Unlicensed fishing (6), possession of undersized blue crabs (9), possession of undersized tautog (1), possession of undersized black seabass (1), possession of undersized flounder (1), possession of flounder parts (1), possession of undersize white perch (1), and no F.I.N. (1).Boating and Boating Safety: No throwable life preserver aboard as required for vessels 16 feet or longer (2), careless operation of a motor vessel (1), no flares on board (1), operating an unregistered vessel (2), no life jacket on a child age 12 or younger as required by law (1), operating a vessel with insufficient number of life jackets (2), allowing use of a non-compliant vessel (1), and no boater safety certificate (1).Public Safety: Public intoxication (1)*, failure to use turn signal (1)*, and possession of drug paraphernalia (1).Other: Operating a motor vehicle off an established roadway on a state wildlife area (1)*, trespassing after hours on a state wildlife area (3)*, and littering on a state wildlife area (2).*Includes citation(s) issued at the C&D Canal Conservation Area.DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife recognizes and thanks the majority of anglers, hunters, and boaters who comply with and support Delaware’s fishing, hunting, and boating laws and regulations. Citizens are encouraged to report fish, wildlife, and boating violations to the Delaware Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police by calling 302-739-4580. Wildlife violations may also be reported anonymously to Operation Game Theft by calling 800-292-3030 or online at http://de.gov/ogt.Are you AWARE?For the Labor Day weekend, Delaware Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police remind boaters that drinking and boating don’t mix and that boat operators found to have blood alcohol levels of .08 or higher will face charges for operating a vessel under the influence for putting themselves, their passengers, and other boaters at risk.Other tips for recreational boaters to ensure a safe and enjoyable holiday weekend include:Exercise patience and courtesy at crowded boat ramps and docks.Observe all Slow No Wake areas.Maintain a lookout for other vessels and keep a safe distance away.Avoid traveling at unsafe speeds, including in congested areas.Make sure children 12 and younger are wearing life jackets while underway as required by law.Check navigation lights and make sure to turn them on when operating at night.For more information on safe boating practices in Delaware, please visit Delaware Boating Safety.To report boating violations or accidents please call the Delaware Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police 24hour dispatch line at: 302-739-4580 or 1-800-523-3336.Follow Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/DEFWNRPolice/.Follow Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police on Twitter, https://twitter.com/DE_FW_NRPolice.Contact: Sgt. Brooke Mitchell 302-382-7167, or Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police 302-739-9913print
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Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control | Division of Fish and Wildlife | Date Posted: Friday, August 31, 2018
Reminder for the week: Have a safe Labor Day weekend on Delaware waterwaysDOVER – To achieve public compliance with laws and regulations through education and enforcement actions that help conserve Delaware’s fish and wildlife resources and ensure safe boating and public safety, Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers between Aug. 20-26 made 3,034 contacts with anglers, boaters, and the general public, issuing 41 citations. Officers responded to 83 complaints regarding possible violations of laws and regulations or requests to assist the public. An increased Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police presence continued at the C&D Canal Conservation Area and Michael N. Castle Trail.Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police in the CommunityOn Aug. 25, Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers discussed the role of Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers, answered hunting, fishing, and boating questions, and displayed the Operation Game Theft trailer during a National Wildlife Turkey Federation and Ducks Unlimited Family Picnic near Odessa.Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police ActionsCitations issued by category, with the number of charges in parentheses, included:Fisheries Conservation: Recreational: Unlicensed fishing (6), possession of undersized blue crabs (9), possession of undersized tautog (1), possession of undersized black seabass (1), possession of undersized flounder (1), possession of flounder parts (1), possession of undersize white perch (1), and no F.I.N. (1).Boating and Boating Safety: No throwable life preserver aboard as required for vessels 16 feet or longer (2), careless operation of a motor vessel (1), no flares on board (1), operating an unregistered vessel (2), no life jacket on a child age 12 or younger as required by law (1), operating a vessel with insufficient number of life jackets (2), allowing use of a non-compliant vessel (1), and no boater safety certificate (1).Public Safety: Public intoxication (1)*, failure to use turn signal (1)*, and possession of drug paraphernalia (1).Other: Operating a motor vehicle off an established roadway on a state wildlife area (1)*, trespassing after hours on a state wildlife area (3)*, and littering on a state wildlife area (2).*Includes citation(s) issued at the C&D Canal Conservation Area.DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife recognizes and thanks the majority of anglers, hunters, and boaters who comply with and support Delaware’s fishing, hunting, and boating laws and regulations. Citizens are encouraged to report fish, wildlife, and boating violations to the Delaware Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police by calling 302-739-4580. Wildlife violations may also be reported anonymously to Operation Game Theft by calling 800-292-3030 or online at http://de.gov/ogt.Are you AWARE?For the Labor Day weekend, Delaware Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police remind boaters that drinking and boating don’t mix and that boat operators found to have blood alcohol levels of .08 or higher will face charges for operating a vessel under the influence for putting themselves, their passengers, and other boaters at risk.Other tips for recreational boaters to ensure a safe and enjoyable holiday weekend include:Exercise patience and courtesy at crowded boat ramps and docks.Observe all Slow No Wake areas.Maintain a lookout for other vessels and keep a safe distance away.Avoid traveling at unsafe speeds, including in congested areas.Make sure children 12 and younger are wearing life jackets while underway as required by law.Check navigation lights and make sure to turn them on when operating at night.For more information on safe boating practices in Delaware, please visit Delaware Boating Safety.To report boating violations or accidents please call the Delaware Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police 24hour dispatch line at: 302-739-4580 or 1-800-523-3336.Follow Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/DEFWNRPolice/.Follow Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police on Twitter, https://twitter.com/DE_FW_NRPolice.Contact: Sgt. Brooke Mitchell 302-382-7167, or Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police 302-739-9913print

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