Delaware police investigate harassment case
NEWARK, Del. - November 8, 2013 (WPVI) -- New Castle County police are investigating a case of harassment involving anti-Semitic messages.
Police say several items, including an opinionated letter, were left at a home in the Autumnwood community in Newark, Delaware on October 29th and again on November 5th.
They say the items contain anti-Semitic messages and appear to be targeting New Castle County Executive Thomas P. Gorgon and his Chief Administrative Officer David Grimaldi. Neither official lives in that neighborhood.
Detectives are currently conducting interviews with area residents and attempting to determine a motive for the incident.
Investigators are asking anyone with information concerning the incident or residents who may who have video surveillance to contact Detective Garcia at the New Castle County Police Department at 302-395-8110, attention Detective Garcia, or email at Hgarcia@nccde.org.
You can submit crime tips anonymously by going to www.NCCPD.com and following the link for Tips and Alerts. Citizens may also provide text tips by texting the key word NCCPD followed by your tip to 847411 (TIP411). Or call Crime Stoppers at (800) TIP-3333.
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