Award-winning Delaware trooper indicted for fraudulent visitors plan

A Delaware condition trooper who received many traffic commendations has been indicted in a fraudulent traffic warning scheme in which at least two of his victims were fellow regulation enforcement officers, the Delaware Department of Justice announced Tuesday.

Cpl. Edwin Ramirez, who was stationed at Troop 9, was billed with misdemeanor and felony tampering with community records issuing a bogus certification, a felony and formal misconduct, a misdemeanor. If convicted, he faces up to nine many years in prison.

Delaware State Law enforcement contacted prosecutors in May well, according to the Justice Section, after an inside review discovered “a critical pattern of fraudulent E-Warnings” by Ramirez.

The overview started on April 30 right after one particular of his supervisors uncovered discrepancies in an incident report, prosecutors reported. Ramirez, who has been with the law enforcement agency for 6 yrs, was quickly suspended with shell out.