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Man sentenced to prison for jewelry thefts

Federal authorities tied a 33-year-old man to what they suspect was an elaborate, organized crime ring based in Richmond, Virginia, that stole millions of dollars in jewelry. The thefts took place not only throughout Virginia, but also in at least six other states, according to authorities.

Educator indicted on drug charges

While some area residents might snicker at the irony of the situation, there is nothing funny about the drug-related offenses that an assistant professor at Radford University currently faces. One media report pointed out that the professor was known to lead a seminar entitled "War on Drugs" at the school.

Assault alleged during Virginia truck drivers' traffic dispute

A disagreement in a central Virginia parking garage apparently started with a honking horn. According to the alleged victims, the dispute began as an argument about the actions of two drivers but eventually involved five people, a crowbar and a fist.

Juveniles tied to theft of vehicle, chase and crash

Four Virginia teenagers residing at a nonsecure housing facility designed for juvenile status offenders have additional charges to fight after police say they left the home in the middle of the night, stole a pick-up truck and ended up crashing the vehicle through the front of a home in Woodbridge.

Final defendant in Va. drug case pleads guilty

A Virginia man has admitted to a drug possession with intent to distribute charge as well as bringing in excess of five pounds of the marijuana into the state. The man, 22, was part of a three-person team that ran the drug operation, which prosecutors characterized as one of the biggest marijuana cases ever in Richmond.

Alleged carjacker and bank robber eludes Virginia police

Police in Fairfax and Prince William counties have been keeping a running tab of alleged crimes against a Manassas woman still on the loose. The police-identified 26-year-old woman is accused of two recent bank robberies and a knife point auto theft, all committed within the last few weeks.

Virginians' cold medicine purchases could soon be tracked

Over-the-counter medications like Sudafed, which contains pseudoephedrine or PSE, are restricted to buyers who can identify themselves or sign for the drugs. The Virginia law limits PSE purchases because the nonprescription drugs can be used for manufacturing methamphetamine. Some officials say the drug law is too lax to prevent drug-related offenses.

Stephens City man charged with DUI after building crash

A trial date has been set in Frederick County General District Court for mid-October for a Stephens City man charged with a repeat drunk driving offense. Police reported the 29-year-old man's alcohol breath test registered 0.30, more than three times the legal 0.08 limit for Virginia adult drivers.

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