Newark Man Charged Following Stabbing

On September 30, 2022, at about 0950 hours, Newark Police responded to a room at the Red Roof Inn, 1119 South College Avenue, for a report of a stabbing.  Arriving officers located a female suffering stab wounds to the chest and leg.  She was treated at the scene by EMS personnel and transported to an area hospital suffering from serious injuries.  She is currently in stable condition at the time of this release.

An investigation at the scene determined that the victim was staying in a room at the hotel with her boyfriend.  An argument occurred between the victim’s boyfriend and another hotel resident, later identified as Raymond Glock, 56, of Newark.  Glock entered the victim’s unsecured room armed with two knives and confronted the victim’s boyfriend.  The victim got in between her boyfriend and Glock in an attempt to separate them.  Glock pushed the victim to the ground and stabbed her in the chest and leg.  Glock then broke a window before fleeing the room.

Arriving officers located Glock in his room and found he was suffering from lacerations resulting from breaking the window.  He was transported to an area hospital for treatment and later released to Newark Police custody.  Two large knives were seized from the room.

Glock was transported to Newark Police headquarters where he was charged with:

  • Possession of a Deadly Weapon During the Commission of a Felony (2 counts)
  • Burglary First Degree
  • Assault Second Degree
  • Criminal Mischief

Glock appeared before Justice of the Peace Court #2 by video and was ordered to be held in default of $65,500 secured bail.  Glock was turned over to the custody of the Howard R. Young Correctional Institution in Wilmington.

Raymond Glock

Two Charged After Multiple Victims Shot With Water Pellets

On September 22, 2022, at about 1952 hours, Newark Police responded to the area of South College Avenue and East Delaware Avenue for a report of a person shot by a water pellet.  The victim reported that while walking on South College Avenue, a black Mercedes drove by and the occupants shot the victim with a water pellet.  The victim was not injured.

Seven additional victims contacted Newark Police and reported similar conduct from the described vehicle.  None of the victims required medical treatment.  The incidents occurred on East and West Delaware Avenues, East Main Street, Center Street and East Cleveland Avenue.

Shortly after the initial report, the suspect vehicle was stopped by a University of Delaware Police Officer on East Cleveland Avenue.  The two occupants of the vehicle were taken into custody and turned over to Newark Police.  Two water pellet guns were found in the vehicle.

The driver was identified as Rebecca Jefferson, 18, of New Castle and the passenger was identified as Jaluan Knight, 18, of Newark.

The suspects were transported to Newark Police headquarters where they were charged with:

  • Offensive Touching (8 counts)
  • Conspiracy Third Degree
  • Disorderly Conduct

They both appeared before Justice of the Peace Court #11 by video and were released on $5,500 unsecured bail.

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