Quantcast
Home (page 19)

Author Archives: Sarah Rodriguez

Divorce, Salahi-style

The couple who gained notoriety after crashing a White House state dinner have once again filed for divorce. Pleadings filed by both sides in the breakup of the celebrated Salahis of Warren County offer accusations of abuse and adultery, including ...

Read More »

Judge who denied plea deal targeted for murder, authorities say

A robbery suspect allegedly tried to hire a hit man to kill a Virginia Beach judge who rejected a proposed plea bargain. David Hugh Hance, already in jail on an attempted bank robbery charge, has been accused of soliciting for ...

Read More »

Spy camera possibly used for heist of law school files

The law student suspected of a break-in at the U.Va. registrar’s office may have used a hidden camera to spy on activities in the office. But the student’s plan seems to have backfired. As The Daily Progress reports, court records ...

Read More »

Spy camera possibly used for heist of law school files

The law student suspected of a break-in at the U.Va. registrar’s office may have used a hidden camera to spy on activities in the office. But the student’s plan seems to have backfired. As The Daily Progress reports, court records ...

Read More »

Judge awards $7M to motorcyclist hit by drunken driver (access required)

A Greensville County judge has awarded $7,000,000 to a correctional officer who suffered extensive injuries when his Harley-Davidson motorcycle was struck by a drunken driver. Brandon Rawlings, who was 20 at the time of the accident, had a lifelong ambition ...

Read More »

Ex-lawyer who pocketed fees gets three years in prison

Former lawyer Kyle Leftwich, who was convicted of keeping fees from social security cases she was expected to share with her partners, was sentenced to more than three years in prison. But Henrico County Circuit Judge L.A. Harris Jr. allowed ...

Read More »

Ex-lawyer who pocketed fees gets three years in prison

Former lawyer Kyle Leftwich, who was convicted of keeping fees from social security cases she was expected to share with her partners, was sentenced to more than three years in prison. But Henrico County Circuit Judge L.A. Harris Jr. allowed ...

Read More »

Collaboration urged on campus crime

Greater collaboration between campus and local police departments is needed when investigating major crimes at Virginia colleges, a Virginia State Crime Commission panel concluded. At a meeting earlier today, the commission agreed to explore possible legislation that would mandate “mutual ...

Read More »

Collaboration urged on campus crime

Greater collaboration between campus and local police departments is needed when investigating major crimes at Virginia colleges, a Virginia State Crime Commission panel concluded. At a meeting earlier today, the commission agreed to explore possible legislation that would mandate “mutual ...

Read More »

Tips for maximizing your privacy on Facebook (access required)

Set your posts to “Friends Only” Each time you post a status update or add a photo/video to Facebook, you can control who has permission to see it. A pull-down menu lets you choose if your posts are “Public” (anyone ...

Read More »