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Crozet Man Arrested on Marijuana, Meth, LSD, and Cocaine Charges
Albemarle County police officers seized 28 pounds of marijuana, methamphetamine, LSD, powder and crack cocaine, and THC extracts in a drug bust on Friday.
Man Wanted in Connection to Shooting in Staunton
Orion Jeffrey Painter, 22, is wanted in connection to a shooting that occurred at around 1:30 p.m. on February 23.
Greene County Man Arrested after a Series of Burglaries
The Albemarle County Police Department arrested 28 year-old Steven Tyler Miller of Ruckersville on various charges related to a series of break-ins.
Friday's High School Basketball Playoff Scores & Highlights
High School basketball playoff scores and highlights from across Central Virginia on Friday, February 23rd.
Charlottesville Clergy Announces Support for Stricter Gun Laws
Spiritual leaders in Charlottesville are announcing support for stricter gun laws, following last week's mass shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Staunton Police: 2 People Attacked by Rabid Cat
The Staunton Police Department is asking that every citizen ensure their pets are current on their rabies vaccinations. Two people were recently attacked by a rabid cat.
Shenandoah National Park Announces Spring Opening Dates
Facilities in Shenandoah National Park will begin opening in March and will continue to open throughout the spring.
VSP and Albemarle County Police Respond to Incident at I-64 Exit
Authorities say no charges are being placed after a disoriented teenager called the police on her Uber driver.
Judge Rules Huguely Must Disclose Trust Funds
On Thursday, February 22, a judge ruled that convicted murderer George Huguely must disclose any trust funds from which he stands to benefit.
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