POLICE SEEK PUBLIC’S ASSISTANCE IN THE BELVEDERE HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION

(Wilmington, 19804) On June 17 at 1:27 am, officers from the New Castle County Police were dispatched to a shooting which had occurred on the unit block of Lloyd Street.   When the units arrived, they discovered one injured 15-year-old female victim inside of a vehicle and a 35-year-old second victim was located a short distance away. Both of the subjects had apparent gunshot wounds and were later pronounced deceased by New Castle County Paramedics.

The New Castle County Police have identified the victims as 15-year-old Doris E. Dorsey and 35-year–old Vincent DiMenco.

Detectives from the New Castle County Police Homicide Squad have also confirmed that Doris E. Dorsey was the homeowner’s daughter and Vincent DiMenco was a friend and coworker of Doris’ father.

Doris, a recent graduate of Stanton Middle School, was seated in a vehicle in the driveway and Vincent was seated in the front yard talking with Doris’ father.  Then an unknown subject walked up to the residence and started shooting.  Doris’ father was able to run away. However, Doris and Vincent were both shot and killed.  The subject then ran off in an unknown direction.

Detectives also discovered that Doris was in the area of North Market Street with friends during the day and evening hours.  She had come home to celebrate her father’s birthday.

Detectives do not believe that this homicide is related to any other incidents in the area.

Colonel Vaughn Bond stated, “I want the person to know that we will be persistent in our efforts to identify you so that you are held accountable for your actions. How can you live with the fact that you killed a defenseless man and a 15-year-old child? Our investigators have worked non stop and will continue to do so. They will pursue every lead and the community will continue to provide assistance until you are apprehended. To those that have knowledge of this despicable act and refuse to share it with police, I will simply say that tomorrow it could be your loved one.  It’s time to stop empowering those who are responsible for senseless acts of violence that have destroyed families throughout our state. It’s time for all of us to step up and do our part to clean up our communities.”

Detectives are asking for anyone who was in contact with Doris or Vincent on Saturday to contact Det. E. Reid at 302-395-8110 or by e-mail at EJReid @nccde.org or by calling New Castle County Police non-emergency number at 302-573-2800. Citizens with information are also encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at (800) TIP-3333 or visit us on Facebook at New Castle County Police Department.

A reward of up to $10,000.00 is available to anyone who provides information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of those responsible for violent crimes being investigated by this agency.

 

Doris E, Dorsey                                    Vincent DiMenco

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UPDATE TO BELVEDERE DOUBLE HOMICIDE

The New Castle County Police have identified the victims as 15-year-old Doris E. Dorsey and 35-year–old Vincent DiMenco .

Detectives from the New Castle County Police Homicide Squad have also confirmed that Doris Dorsey was the homeowners daughter and Vincent DiMenco was a friend of the homeowner.

Anyone with information on this investigation is asked to contact Det. E. Reid at 302-395-8110 or by e-mail at EJReid @nccde.org or by calling New Castle County Police non-emergency number at 302-573-2800. Citizens with information are also encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at (800) TIP-3333 or visit us on Facebook at New Castle County Police Department.

A reward of up to $10,000.00 is available to anyone who provides information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of those responsible for violent crimes being investigated by this agency.

 

https://nccpdnews.com/2018/06/17/police-investigate-double-homicide-in-belvedere/

 

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POLICE INVESTIGATE DOUBLE HOMICIDE IN BELVEDERE

New Castle County Police are actively investigating an apparent double Homicide that occurred in the community of the Belvedere.

(Wilmington, 19804) Earlier this morning (June 17) at 1:27 am, New Castle County Police were dispatched to a shooting which had occurred on the unit block of Lloyd Street.   When the units arrived, they discovered one injured 15-year-old female victim inside of a vehicle and a 35-year-old second victim was located a short distance away. Both of the subjects had apparent gunshot wounds and were later pronounced deceased by New Castle County Paramedics.

Detectives from the New Castle County Police Homicide Squad arrived on scene and assumed the investigation.  This is currently an ongoing and active investigation. No suspect information is available at this time.

Colonel Vaughn M. Bond, Jr stated,“I want to ensure the residents of New Castle County that our officers and detectives are fully committed to solving this heinous crime; however, we need the help of the community.  Please work with us to identify the person(s) responsible for this senseless incident that has devastated and forever altered the lives of their loved ones.  I also want to remind the residents of New Castle County that we all have a responsibility for the  safety and security of our communities, it is not just a police responsibility, it is a shared responsibility between the community and police. We must work together to prevent crimes and to solve them when they occur.  Together we must send a message to those engaging in criminal activity, especially violent criminal activity, that it will not be tolerated in our neighborhoods.”

Anyone with information on this investigation are asked to contact Det. E. Reid at 302-395-8110 or by e-mail at EJReid@nccde.org or by calling New Castle County Police non-emergency number at 302-573-2800 or via messenger on Facebook.

A reward of up to $10,000.00 is available to anyone who provides information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of those responsible for violent crimes being investigated by this agency.

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GOLD ALERT ISSUED FOR A MISSING NEW CASTLE MAN-BRYAN CARIDAD

New Castle County Police are currently searching for 22 year-old Bryan Caridad.

(New Castle, Del. 19720) Today, New Castle County Police were to the unit block of Don Ave in the community of Duross Heights, reference to the report of a missing person. Police learned that Bryan Caridad left the residence after an argument and as he was leaving he made statements that caused a concern for his welfare.

Bryan Caridad is a Hispanic male, 5’07”, 200 pounds and short brown. He has brown eyes and was last seen wearing gray shirt and black shorts.

Brian Caridad left in a gray Honda Civic (De 775841). A possible direction of travel was to the area of Glasgow Trailer Court, Newark DE 19702

Police are asking anyone with information on the whereabouts of Bryan Caridad to please contact New Castle County Police by dialing (302) 573-2800 or visit our website at http://www.NCCPD.com.

canidad

Bryan Caridad

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New Castle County Police Announce Strict Enforcement of Dog Leash Ordinance.

To help ensure the safety and enjoyment for all who utilize New Castle County Parklands, the New Castle County Police will be conducting strict enforcement of the Dog Off-Leash County Code Ordinance (No Warnings). Due to an increase in horse traffic, special emphasis will be placed on violations that occur in Carousel Park.

Sec. 4.02.001. – Licenses; restraint; impoundment; destruction; nuisances; enforcement generally.

Restraint and control of animals.

  1. All dogs shall be kept under restraint, as defined in Subsection A, at all times.

Any person convicted of a violation of Subsection C. shall pay a fine of at least the minimum fine for each offense as follows:

  1. For a violation of Subsection C.1, the penalty shall be a fine of not less than two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) nor more than five hundred dollars ($500.00) for the first offense, and a fine of not less than five hundred dollars ($500.00) nor more than seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00) for the second offense, and a fine of not less than seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00) nor more than one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) for each subsequent offense.

All of New Castle County Bark Parks are still in operation and available for dogs to run off of lead.

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NEW CASTLE COUNTY POLICE FACEBOOK FOLLOWERS HELP POLICE APPREHEND BURGLARY SUSPECT.

(Wilmington, Del. 19808) On June 6, patrol officers from the New Castle County Police responded to a home in the unit block of Mitchell Drive for a burglary report which occurred during the daytime.

On June 12, members of the New Castle County Police Strategic Communications Team posted photos of the suspect vehicle to the New Castle County Police Facebook page along with this caption:

“Detectives from the New Castle County Police Criminal Investigations Unit were able to locate surveillance video of a suspect driving in the area. The Criminal Investigations Unit is seeking the public’s help in identifying the owner of this vehicle. The vehicle looks like a silver or white 2002-2005 Saturn Vue with distinctive damage to the front passenger fender. The subject driving should be a white male.”

On Thursday (June 14), with help from the followers of the New Castle County Facebook Page and Twitter, the detectives were able to locate the vehicle and apprehend the driver, 37-year-old Mitchell Hubis.

Mitchell Hubis was charged with felony, Burglary 2nd, felony Theft $1500 or greater and the Victim is 62 years old or Older, and misdemeanor Selling Stolen Property.

Mitchell Hubis was then arraigned at Justice of the Peace Court 2 and is currently being held at Howard R. Young Correctional Institution in lieu of $14,000 secured bail.

The New Castle County Police would like to thank the citizens for following us on social media and helping us bring this and other incidents to successful conclusions.

For more updates and information continue to follow us on Facebook and Twitter @NCCPD_DE.

Mitchell Hubis                                    Saturn Vue

 

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