A 57-year-old man was arrested and also picked up a felony drug charge after police claimed they pulled him over while traveling at 95 mph on Interstate 295 in the Hopewell, Virginia area. The drug charge, however, was only a portion of the man's legal woes. He was also charged with three counts of child endangerment.
Law enforcement authorities in Fairfax County, Virginia, are seeking a man who they believe has left the country before they were able to file criminal charges relating to an allegedly forged check. The man, an administrator at a law firm in Vienna, Virginia, is alleged to have forged a check for $250,000 and then cashed it at a casino.
A high-ranking official of an overseas company has pleaded guilty to federal criminal charges in Virginia stemming from his admitted embezzlement of close to $1 million of corporate funds.
A man with previous drunk driving convictions was sentenced in a Prince William County, Virginia, court to 20 years in prison for killing one nun and severely injuring two others while allegedly driving drunk.
School board members in Fairfax County, Virginia, recently voted to let schools in the district decide individually whether to use interior surveillance cameras. The effort to deter juvenile crime was approved with an estimated $885,000 budget.
Police in Fairfax, Virginia, say the head of the Federal Aviation Administration performed quite the stunt recently when he was caught allegedly driving drunk on the wrong side of the road.
Juveniles facing criminal charges may be housed in jail with adults. The "sight and sound" protection from adult inmates that today's juvenile crime suspects have are limited to young people charged with the least serious offenses.