Month

October 2015
Robert Griffin Jr., the father of Robert Griffin III (the quarterback for the Washington Redskins) was charged and convicted of reckless driving. He will serve 10 days in jail in Hampton, Virginia for driving 115 mph on Interstate 64. This is almost twice the legal limit, which is 60 mph. Although he pleaded not guilty,...
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Three men were charged with a shooting on Virginia’s Interstate 264 at around 1:40 a.m. A Ford Fiesta was believed to have been the make of the car from which the shots were fired. The car initially refused to stop, but when it finally pulled over the three men were taken into custody without incident....
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Hannah Graham was a University of Virginia student who vanished after going out to dinner and two college parties with friends. The man charged with her murder was a suspect in two other sexual assault cases on college campuses, but was never convicted. In response to the amount of sexual assault on college campuses, the...
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An art exhibit at Art180 Reality recently shed a light on the effects of juvenile delinquency convictions. The gallery featured exhibits done by children at the Juvenile Detention Center in Richmond. One former prisoner discussed how he was incarcerated at the age of 14 for a robbery where he was in the wrong place at...
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