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Lifeguards performed CPR on the boy and got him breathing again, but officials said he still was unresponsive when they brought him to a hospital. The incident happened shortly before 12:30 p.m. at the Aspen Hill Club.
The boy was taken to a nearby emergency room and flown to Children's Hospital in the District.
Coach gets probation for supplying booze
A volunteer lacrosse coach accused of supplying several students with alcohol, including two who had to be hospitalized after drinking too much, has pleaded guilty and received a year of unsupervised probation before judgment.
The sentence allows Gregory J. Karanzalis to essentially wipe the conviction from his record. He was also ordered Thursday to pay a fine of $192.50, court records show.
Karanzalis, 24, coached lacrosse at Broadneck High School. He was charged in May with furnishing alcoholic beverages to minors after police found three students “severely intoxicated” inside a vehicle parked at a convenience store.
Man’s DNA matches that of serial rapist
The DNA of a man charged in two sexual attacks matches that of a serial rapist linked to seven attacks since 1997, Charlottesville police said.
Nathan Antonio Washington, 49, is charged with attacks in 2002 and 2004. He was scheduled to appear in court Thursday for possible bond hearings, but defense attorney Rhonda Quagliana asked for an extension so she could prepare.
Mr. Washington,a grocery store meat-cutter and former newspaper deliveryman who is married with four children, has not been charged in the other attacks.
Charlottesville Police Chief Timothy Longo said a state forensics lab confirmed this week Mr. Washington’s DNA matches DNA evidence from the 2002 attack.
Chief Longo said that rape was committed by the same person linked by DNA to the other six sexual assaults in the Charlottesville area over the past decade.
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