Charlottesville police have arrested and charged a Richmond man in connection to the recent removal of the tarps covering both the Lee and Jackson statues.
Charlottesville police are investigating who removed the shrouds from the Confederate statues overnight on Saturday, February 3. City crews put the black shrouds back up on Sunday, February 4.
Brian R. Lambert appeared in Charlottesville General District Court Thursday. He is accused of vandalizing the fence around the Lee statue, being drunk in public, and other charges.
The legal battle continues over two Confederate statues in a pair of Charlottesville downtown parks. The same group that’s fighting to keep those statues downtown is calling on a judge to force the city to remove the tarps covering them.
Brian Roland Lambert is facing several charges after police say he vandalized fencing in Charlottesville's Emancipation Park.
A judge has ruled the black shrouds covering the statues of Robert E. Lee and Thomas Johnathan “Stonewall” Jackson in downtown Charlottesville will remain.
Charlottesville is taking new steps to try to prevent people from removing tarps over the statues of Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and "Stonewall" Jackson.
Tarps are again going over Charlottesville's two statues of Confederate generals. Crews began to shroud the statues of "Stonewall" Jackson and Robert E. Lee Monday afternoon.
Two controversial statues of confederate generals in Charlottesville lost their tarps on September 16.
A tarp is once again covering the Lee statue in Charlottesville. Crews were in Emancipation Park Monday to put a new tarp over the statue after a tarp was taken down Sunday.
A tarp that covered the statue of confederate General Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville’s Emancipation Park has been removed by an unknown person.
The tarp covering the statue of Confederate General Robert E Lee in downtown Charlottesville has been vandalized yet again.