A 32-year-old Bumpass woman was sentenced to seven years in prison after she was convicted of 18 felonies involving sexual misconduct with a 15-year-old student.Amanda M. Nasser was an aide at Louisa County High School, where she met the male victim, according to a statement from the Louisa Commonwealth’s Attorney Rusty E. McGuire.
Richmond police are investigating a string of vehicle break-ins overnight Wednesday in the Woodland Heights and Swansboro neighborhoods of South Richmond.At least 22 vehicles have been reported damaged, according to police. Although many of the vehicles were rummaged through, it did not appear that many items were taken, police said.“The damage is mostly broken windows, probably because they were iced over which made it impossible to see inside the vehicles,” said Sgt. William Travers.
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It was just 14°-but the wind chill made it 2 below zero-when Victor Wise+5 friends left the Virginia War Memorial on foot this am. Their destination: Arlington National Cemetery, 105 miles north. They expect to make it within 48 hours. @FreedomRuckhttps://t.co/Idt0IiqV3a
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