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22, Jul 2014 - Virginia man charged in April traffic death in Johnson City
JOHNSON CITY — A Chilhowie, Va. man was taken into custody Wednesday on a vehicular homicide charge from what police said was a drunken wreck on Interstate 26 in April, according to a Johnson City police press release.Nathan G. Fullen, 18, 19 Fullen Lane, Chilhowie, turned himself in at the Washington County Detention Center after learning about the warrant for his arrest.In a press release ...
20, Jul 2014 - Teen faces jail, stigma in selfie porn case
WASHINGTON -- A teenager in Virginia faces four months in jail and a lifetime on a sex offender's list for texting videos of his erect penis to his girlfriend, his lawyer said Friday.
09, Jul 2014 - Cops assert powers in teen sexting case that should scare the hell out of you
There are times when we really can’t believe how far cops are willing to go to bust someone. This is one of those times. The Washington Post reports that law enforcement officials in Virginia are looking to get a search warrant that will let them legally take pictures of a teenage boy’s erect penis for use in what they’re describing as a child pornography case. However, the only thing that the ...
18, Jun 2014 - U.S. top court rules against 'straw buyer' in gun case
Weapon bought in Virginia actually for Lehigh Valley man. WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court handed a victory to gun control advocates on Monday by upholding the conviction of a former police officer from Virginia who lied when he stated he was buying a handgun for himself when it actually was for a relative in the Lehigh Valley.
17, Jun 2014 - Supreme Court rules against 'straw buyer' in gun case
By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Supreme Court handed a victory to gun control advocates on Monday by upholding the conviction of a former police officer from Virginia who lied when he stated he was buying a handgun for himself when it actually was for a relative. In a 5-4 ruling focused on the role of what is known as a "straw buyer" for a gun, the court upheld Bruce Abramski's ...
09, Jun 2014 - Man Accused of Stealing Sandy Hook Signs Says Massacre Was Fake
By NBCWashington.comTwo missing Sandy Hook memorial signs have been recovered in Herndon, Virginia -- far from the states from which they were stolen -- and a Virginia man has been charged in the case.
30, Apr 2014 - Chris Brown Assault Trial Set to Begin Wednesday
After a two-day delay the assault trial for singer and Virginia native Chris Brown is scheduled to begin Wednesday in Washington, but his attorneys might try to postpone it further.
29, Apr 2014 - Younger siblings likelier to follow older sibling's path of crime
Washington, April 29 (ANI): Researchers have said that if a sibling commits a violent criminal act, the risk that a younger sibling may follow in their footsteps is more likely than the transmission of that behavior to an older sibling. In the study conducted by researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University and Lund University in Sweden, researchers examined a series of national databases from ...
25, Apr 2014 - #News: (@chrisbrown) Update: Chris Brown's DC Mugshot Revealed, Bodyguard Case Off and Running
While Chris Brown sits in a Virginia jail awaiting trial for his Washington DC assault case, his mugshot from the arrest has found its way to the public eye
24, Apr 2014 - The Battle Over Gun Policy: Old Ffight; New Strategies
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- It was a bellwether election of sorts. Gun-control Democrats in Virginia running for governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general all won despite poor reviews from the National Rifle Association, a politically powerful organization headquartered in the state.
03, Jun 2013 - Man arrested in chase that crossed state lines
PARKERSBURG - A police chase that went back and forth from Ohio to West Virginia ended Saturday in front of the DuPont Washington Works plant.
29, May 2013 - Republicans challenge U.S. attorney general on leak testimony
By Lawrence Hurley and David Ingram WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two Republican lawmakers asked U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder on Wednesday to clarify testimony he gave Congress this month about his role in the targeting of journalists in a leak probe. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte of Virginia and colleague James Sensenbrenner of Wisconsin sent a letter to Holder saying recent ...
29, May 2013 - House Republicans assail Eric Holder on leak testimony
By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two Republican lawmakers asked U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder on Wednesday to clarify testimony he gave Congress this month about his role in the targeting of journalists in a leak probe. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte of Virginia and colleague James Sensenbrenner of Wisconsin sent a letter to Holder saying recent media reports ...
18, May 2013 - ATV user convicted on federal charges of damaging Forest Service land
ABINGDON, Va. — The Western District Federal Court of Virginia has convicted John Hayes of Falls Mills, Va., near Bluefield, guilty of damaging natural resources and hunting over bait in the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests.
07, May 2013 - Gun Background Checks Must Focus on Comfort Zone
WASHINGTON (AP) - One of the principal sponsors of defeated gun background check legislation says he isn't giving up on getting a bill passed. West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin says backers of expanded background checks for gun purchases must focus on "where the comfort zone is" with gun owners. A bill Manchin co-sponsored with Republican Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania failed to ...
18, Apr 2013 - Gun background-check measure fails Senate vote
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- A bipartisan amendment that would expand background checks for gun-buyers failed in the Senate on Wednesday, dealing a blow to backers of gun-control legislation. The amendment, offered by Republican Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania and Democrat Joe Manchin of West Virginia, got 54 "yes" votes, short of the 60 required for passage. The amendment would have required ...
10, Apr 2013 - Background checks deal boosts odds for U.S. gun-control bill
By John Whitesides and Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A breakthrough agreement to expand background checks for gun buyers, announced on Wednesday by two U.S. senators, boosts the prospects the Senate will approve at least some of President Barack Obama's proposed gun restrictions. The deal by Democrat Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Republican Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania sets the stage ...
10, Apr 2013 - Background checks deal boosts odds for gun-control bill
By John Whitesides and Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A breakthrough agreement to expand background checks for gun buyers, announced on Wednesday by two senators, boosts the prospects the Senate will approve at least some of President Barack Obama's proposed gun restrictions. The deal by Democrat Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Republican Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania sets the stage for ...
09, Apr 2013 - Fred Davis a Familiar Face to Police: 29 Traffic Tickets in Virginia Since 2008
Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis is currently representing himself in court, denying charges he assaulted a woman in a DC nightclub in January 2011. His familiarity with the legal system may come possibly from the 29 traffic charges he has accumulated since becoming a Redskin in 2008. All of his arrest information, including the charges, fines/court costs and outcome, is public record ...
09, Apr 2013 - Senators talk background checks for gun sales
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia remains in the thick of the discussions for a compromise on background checks for gun sales, according to Associated Press. Manchin, a Democrat, is working with Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa.
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