- Associated Press - Monday, February 9, 2015

DOVER, Del. (AP) - After a long search, Delaware officials have announced a new director of the state’s Division of Forensic Science.

Officials announced the hiring of Michael Wolf, saying he has extensive experience managing turnarounds in state forensic drug laboratories. Wolf has worked the past two years in Massachusetts, assisting in the inquiry of a state drug lab that was closed following reports of serious malfeasance, flawed practices, testing and reporting problems, and evidence tampering.

Similar problems were found at the Delaware medical examiner’s office before it was overhauled and renamed last year amid a criminal investigation.

Wolf, who also has worked in Connecticut and North Carolina, has a master’s degree in forensic science from George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree from Villanova University. He is a retired FBI agent.

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