Man Brings 10-Inch Knife to New Castle County Courthouse: Cops | NBC 10 Philadelphia

Man Brings 10-Inch Knife to New Castle County Courthouse: Cops

Police say they found concealed weapon during security check at same courthouse where deadly shooting happened 2 weeks ago



    Delaware Capitol Police
    Douglas Hunnings, 56, is accused of bringing a knife to the same courthouse where a deadly shooting happened.

    Delaware Capital Police arrested a Wilmington man after he allegedly tried to enter the New Castle County Courthouse with a knife Friday.

    Police announced the arrest of Douglas Hunnings, 56, today after he allegedly tried to take a concealed 10-inch inside a homemade sheath. Police say they found the knife during an X-ray scan of Hunnings’ jacket and other belongings.

    Police arrested Hunnings without incident and a judge charged him with carrying a concealed deadly weapon. Hunnings posted $250 secured bond.

    The courthouse is the same place where Thomas Matusiewicz opened fire earlier this month, killing his former daughter-in-law Christine Bedford and her friend Laura Mulford and hitting two Capital Police officers.

    Police didn't say why Hunnings allegedly had the knife on him when he entered the courthouse.


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