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By Tom Fitton
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Dave Chapman
Agents with Virginia's Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control drew a gun and stormed the SUV of a 20-year-old college girl who had dropped her grocery store purchases in the trunk — bottled water, cookie dough and ice cream.
A University of North Carolina lacrosse player testified Thursday that he responded to a cry for help and saw George W. Huguely V choking his former girlfriend, Yeardley Love, three months before she was killed.
Former University of Virginia lacrosse player George W. Huguely V "had no intent to kill" his onetime girlfriend, his defense attorney said Wednesday, urging jurors to consider manslaughter charges instead of murder in the first day of the high-profile trial.
RICHMOND — A man who sexually assaulted a fellow University of Virginia student in 1984 and apologized to her two decades later as part of the Alcoholics Anonymous program is scheduled to be released from prison on parole after serving six months of an 18-month sentence.
In his 34 years of service, he said, he had never seen such an aggressive case.
Charlottesville Commonwealth's Attorney Dave Chapman said the case was one for the record books.