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May 2013 Archives

Virginia man sees murder charge dismissed for lack of evidence

A judge in upstate Virginia has thrown out the murder charges filed against a Leesburg man for lack of evidence. Authorities had filed first-degree murder charges against the 32-year-old man in connection with the shooting death of a 30-year-old man back in December. Also charged in the case is a 23-year-old woman. The judge has let those charges stand.

Virginia man pleads on drug, RICO charges

A set of criminal charges that could have resulted in a Virginia man facing a term of prison time measured in the decades has been resolved under a plea deal. As a result of the agreement, the man is looking at eight years of incarceration. The man allegedly had some links to Virginia Beach, which prompts us to mention the matter here.

Virginia drunk driving: Deputy's DUI acquittal not end of story

Many in the Virginia Beach area are taking issue with the recent court action that involved the son of the Virginia Beach Sheriff. Regardless of the perspectives being voiced by many that the defendant involved in the case appears to have received special treatment, we offer the view that perhaps there are aspects of the case that are not immediately apparent.

Virginia Beach college weekend surprised police: 148 arrested

The docket for arraignments in Virginia Beach after a wild and wooly couple of days this past weekend may still be fairly full. An estimated 30,000 to 40,000 young people swarmed to the Oceanfront for what was billed “College Beach Weekend” by promoters. Authorities report that 148 of them ended up being arrested.

Virginia Beach college weekend surprised police: 148 arrested

The docket for arraignments in Virginia Beach after a wild and wooly couple of days this past weekend may still be fairly full. An estimated 30,000 to 40,000 young people swarmed to the Oceanfront for what was billed "College Beach Weekend" by promoters. Authorities report that 148 of them ended up being arrested.