South Jersey Teen Arrested For Allegedly Sneaking Into Firefly Festival Then Posting How-to Video Online
Eighteen-year-old Sam Moeller, of Moorestown, was arrested for allegedly sneaking into the Dover, Delaware festival last weekend then posting a video called “Cameras Allowed: How To Actually Sneak into a Music Festival” to his YouTube account.
The festival, scheduled from June 18-21, has 119 announced bands, including headliners Paul McCartney, Kings of Leon and The Killers. Last year about 80,000 people attended.
Vice President Joe Biden and his family are welcoming Delaware residents to Legislative Hall to pay their respects to former Attorney General Beau Biden.
Officials say the blaze was reported around 2:30 a.m. in the Grandview Mobile Home Park on North Little Creek Road.
A New York City man is facing cigarette smuggling charges after a traffic stop by Delaware State Police on state Route 1.
Police in Delaware have charged a man with a whopping 18 commercial burglaries that happened over a six month period.
On Monday around 8 a.m., police responded to the area of Colony Drive in Dover, where a resident had found a two-year-old identified only as Keegan wandering in the area alone.
According to police, a Dover man was arrested after he was allegedly found to be driving under the influence for the eighth time.
Delaware health officials say the number of flu-related fatalities this season has risen to 26.
The announcement was something of a surprise, as McCartney had been a rumored headliner but was noticeably absent from the official lineup released a few weeks ago.
Police are now asking any other victims to come forward and contact them.
Police: Home Invasion Suspect Forced Victim Into Bedroom Where 2 Kids Were Sleeping, Then Robbed Her
The suspect is described as a black male between 6’0” and 6’2” and 220-240 lbs. He was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and gloves.
The lineup released Tuesday is led by Kings of Leon and the Killers. Other acts include Morrissey, Snoop Dogg, Foster the People and Modest Mouse.
A trial will be needed to resolve a dispute between former Vice President Al Gore and Al Jazeera America over tens of millions of dollars held in escrow as part of the news network’s $500 million acquisition of Current TV, a Delaware judge ruled Tuesday.
The information was taken from a study released on Dec. 3rd and conducted by the Center for Applied Business and Economic Research, part of the University of Delaware.