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The Wilmington Police Department, according to the News Journal, gave all the information and evidence on the death of Amy Joyner-Francis to the Delaware Department of Justice yesterday.
The DOJ could not provide a timeline for how soon charges will be filed but Kanefsky said Thursday that it will be prompt.
While Wilmington P.D. Chief Bobby Cummings indicated three girls will be charged in the brutal murder of Amy Joyner-Francis at Howard High School of Technology on April 21st, the exact nature of the charges will be determined by the Delaware DOJ:
…state prosecutors are reviewing evidence submitted by Wilmington Police Department to decide what charges can be lodged.
Last Sunday, a viewing was held for Amy with a packed church. Delaware citizens, especially those in Wilmington, have been adamant that the guilty parties need to be charged so there can be justice for Amy and her family. No charges or prison time for the guilty will take away the pain and sadness that Amy’s family and friends are feeling. There is no replacement for a life. Please continue to pray for those who loved Amy and miss her dearly.