Police set up web page on pediatrician investigation
DOVER, Del. - December 30, 2009 -- Delaware police are using the Internet to answer frequently asked questions about the investigation of a Lewes pediatrician charged with sexually abusing his patients.
The new feature is on the state police Web site at http://www.dsp.delaware.gov.
State police also said Wednesday they are upgrading a voice mail system set up to take calls from parents concerned that their children may be among the alleged victims of Dr. Earl Bradley.
Police say the system has been overwhelmed with calls, many from people just commenting about the case.
Several Lewes-area residents complained at a meeting Tuesday night that the voicemail box was full and police were taking a long time responding to them.
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