Jessica Masulli Reyes, delawareonline

Jessica Masulli Reyes

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Delaware, NJ, United States

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  • delawareonline
  • WLTX
  • USA TODAY
  • North Jersey News
  • Naples Daily News
  • Statesman Journal
  • NewarkAdvocate.com
  • Zanesville News
  • DelmarvaNow!
  • ABC10

Past articles by Jessica:

CDC intervention plan for Wilmington teen violence lacks political will

Each day Delaware leaders don’t act to stop violence in Wilmington, more teens are lost. They’re gunned down outside, turning the city into a maze of sidewalk memorials. → Read More

Wilmington suspects get younger, but their guns are more powerful

Almost all guns involved in shootings are acquired illegally, many through so-called straw purchases, when young people get an adult to buy for them → Read More

CDC intervention plan for Wilmington teen violence lacks political will

Each day Delaware leaders don’t act to stop violence in Wilmington, more teens are lost. → Read More

Wilmington police detective's arrest could have muddied gang indictment

A sweeping indictment against the Only My Brothers street gang hit a bump last year when the lead detective on the case was arrested. → Read More

Wilmington suspects get younger, but their guns are more powerful

Almost all guns involved in shootings are acquired illegally, many through so-called straw purchases, when young people get an adult to buy for them → Read More

Delaware gang statute employed mostly against blacks

Delaware's gang participation statute stems the 1980s when Los Angeles was exploding with crack cocaine and gang violence. → Read More

Delaware's economy suffers from Wilmington's violence

Government officials and business leaders lament that as goes Wilmington, so goes the state of Delaware — and all convene around the need for fixing the violence problem in the state's biggest city. → Read More

Our babies are killing each other

Wilmington has the highest rate in America, by far, of young people being shot. The rate is more than twice that of Trenton, the No. 2 city of similar size. → Read More

Man indicted in Wilmington shooting of 6-year-old

Michael D. Pritchett was indicted a day before prosecutors released another man who they initially charged with the crime. → Read More

Wilmington man 'guilty but mentally ill' in death of woman found in trash can

MiPrecious L. Hoskins' body was found in trash cans outside a home in August. Her ex-boyfriend was charged with the killing. → Read More

Bishop Malooly denies Netflix series 'The Keepers' allegations

The Diocese of Wilmington's bishop is denying allegations in the Netflix documentary "The Keepers" that he tried to cover up sexual abuse by a Baltimore priest decades ago. → Read More

Prosecutors: Gang associate gets 7 years in prison

Bryan Briggs, an associate of the Shoot to Kill gang, is sentenced to seven years in prison in the shooting of a Wilmington man, according to state prosecutors. → Read More

Two men get prison for roles in 13-year-old's shooting

Two Wilmington men will go to prison for their roles in a high-speed chase and shooting that struck a 13-year-old, according to the Delaware Department of Justice. → Read More

Delaware Gov. John Carney to address how to fix problems that led to Feb. 1 prison siege

Delaware Gov. John Carney is scheduled to speak at a 1:30 p.m. press conference about issues found at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center. → Read More

Teen gets 6 months in residential program for fatal Delaware bathroom fight

The 17-year-old will not serve prison time in the fight that led to the death of Amy Inita Joyner-Francis. → Read More

Teen gets 6 months in residential program for fatal Delaware bathroom fight

The 17-year-old will not serve prison time in the fight that led to the death of Amy Inita Joyner-Francis. → Read More

Teens to be sentenced today in Joyner-Francis death case

Trinity Carr and Zion Snow, both 17, are scheduled to appear in Family Court in Wilmington at 9 a.m. Check DelawareOnline.com for updates after the sentencing. → Read More

Gang members, procedural breakdown led to Delaware prison siege, report says

A correctional officer was killed during the uprising at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in February 2017. → Read More

Wilmington man found guilty of pulling gun on officer

Theodore Smallwood is facing prison time after a jury finds him guilty of pulling a loaded gun from his waistband during a scuffle, authorities say. → Read More

Report: Gang members, breakdown in procedure led to Vaughn prison uprising

The 54-page report details action that Gov. Carney and the state Legislature must take to make improvements at Delaware prisons. → Read More