LEESBURG, Va. — The handwritten victim impact statement from the 7-year-old brother of infant Tristan Schulz, who was killed in a 2016 crash in Lansdowne, is filled with sadness, fear, guilt and regret — and asks why the driver who killed his baby brother isn’t in jail. Hayden Schulz’s 5-month-old brother Tristan was killed Aug. 31, 2016, as his mother pushed his stroller across Riverside Parkway at Coton Manor Drive. His mother, Mindy, was severely injured but has recovered.
With the death of Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan, long-time fans are recalling an impromptu show in the nation's capital that turned into a melee. Dolores O’Riordan and the Cranberries played a free, lunchtime show at the Sylvan Theater on May 15, 1995. (Courtesy Brian Liu)WASHINGTON — As the Cranberries rose to global stardom, on May 15, 1995, they played a free show in the nation’s capital that turned into a melee.
WASHINGTON — Citing a conflict of interest, Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney Jim Plowman has recused himself in actress-activist Rose McGowan’s upcoming cocaine-possession trial. Paul Ebert, prosecutor of neighboring Prince William County, told WTOP that Plowman asked Ebert to take over the case, because McGowan’s attorney, James Hundley, represents Plowman in a federal civil rights case. “Jim reached out and asked if I could help him under the circumstances,” Ebert said.
@TraceyTweetsDC Hi. I got a call from the prosecutor tonight, who told me the victim impact statements were supposed to be under seal, but weren't. As soon as I learned that, I called my bosses to get the story taken down, online, on-air, and in social media. We've been making that happen.
@bluidgr75 Hi. I got a call from the prosecutor tonight, who told me the victim impact statements were supposed to be under seal, but weren't. As soon as I learned that, I called my bosses to get the story taken down, online, on-air, and in social media. We've been making that happen.
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Selecting a term
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