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The Dover Police Department is now launching a public fundraising campaign through the popular site Go Fund Me, to raise ,000.00 by December 1st.
Donations can be made online at: or by calling or e-mailing Mark Hoffman at 302-736-7130/[email protected] to make arrangements for an in person donation.
In July, a gang initiative task force was formed with assistance from the Delaware State Police, Department of Correction, and the ATF to combat gang violence in Dover.
During this time period, officers utilized special investigative techniques, surveillance, proactive patrols of known gang areas, and partnerships with other agencies such as Youth Probation to identify and investigate gang activities.
We share in the success of the great work done by the Task Force and will continue to collaborate together on making all of our communities safer.” ATF Special Agent in Charge (Baltimore Field Division), Daniel Board also stated: “In Delaware and throughout this great country, the men and women of ATF have no higher priority than to address organizational based – firearm related violent crime.
In 2016, the department was able to help 60 children from our area and provide them with a Christmas they likely would not have had.As a result of the initiative, officers were able to identify 101 suspected gang members in and around the Dover area, with 51 suspected of being involved in the “48 gang” and 39 suspected of being involved in the “WSG” (West Side Gang).A total of 28 persons were officially as gang members.Mark Hoffman, Public Information Officer Narrative: The Dover Police Department has charged Antonio Tyler (38) with numerous traffic and drug charges following a vehicle chase on Friday morning.Antonio Tyler was observed by patrol officers operating a white Hyundai Sonata in the 400 Block of S. Officers attempted to stop the vehicle, but Tyler refused to obey the officers emergency equipment/signals.
A 29-year-old driver with a 17-year-old passenger were driving in the right lane of southbound N.