Chris Tigani, the former president of NKS Distributors was already in hot water thanks to a deal with DelDOT made during the Minner administration to lease 10 acres of land in Milford at a fraction of market value. Today, the Department of Justice announced that he's admitted making over $200,000 in illegal campaign contributions during the 2004 Delaware elections and the 2008 U.S. presidential race, and to evading $361,000 in income taxes.
Police arrested Miguel Serpa, 27, and Antonio Serpa, 32, and charged them with delivery of cocaine, possession of a firearm by a person prohibited, possession of drug paraphernalia and other drug related charges. Antonio Serpa was committed to Sussex Correctional Institution in default of $128,000 cash bon and Miguel Serpa on $109,000 cash bond.
With temperatures set to soar again this week, here are some helpful tips from your local Red Cross on staying cool:
Legals and our classified section is some of the content only available in this week's edition of the Sussex Countian.
State law enforcement agencies would be authorized to offer the public cash in exchange for guns under a bill passed today by the Delaware Senate.