Four men charged with taking part in the 2016 murder of a Norfolk woman over her nephew’s drug debt were found guilty Monday of all charges and now face a mandatory sentence of life in prison.
A jury in federal court in Norfolk deliberated several ho
Virginia: Taking back the community is an all-hands-on-deck ef¬fort. Wednesday the head of the FBI visited Hampton Roads, high¬lighting the federal, state and local collaboration to combat crime. This includes getting violent gang members and illegal
Prince William County police have arrested four individuals in connection with the brutal assault of a 31-year-old man outside Sabor Latino restaurant in Woodbridge on Monday, Feb. 15. All four suspects arrested and charged are alleged to be members
An illegal alien and admitted MS-13 gang member was sentenced today to 28 months in prison for serving as a getaway driver for three men associated with MS-13 who had just committed an armed robbery. “This case is a prime example of our need for stro
The Bloods street gang, estimated six years ago to have 40 to 60 members on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, appears to still be wreaking havoc locally as two known members, previously acquitted of murder in separate incidents, were indicted by an Acco
The General Assembly has passed two identical bills intended to help social workers in the fight against minor-involved human trafficking. The bills, introduced by House Majority Leader Charniele L. Herring, D-Alexandria, and Sen. Mark Obenshain, R-R
jury has found the MS-13 gang member charged with brutally murdering a Lynchburg teenager guilty of capital murder. Kevin Soto-Bonilla is one of six people charged in Raymond Wood's murder and his trial has been going on for two weeks in Bedford Coun
When a shooting happens in Roanoke, a trained civilian team will go into action: heading to the scene of bloodshed, comforting family members at the hospital, coaxing a victim’s ally not to retaliate.
Danville Commonwealth's Attorney Michael Newman sat in U.S. District Court clutching a manila envelope when a trial resumed Tuesday morning against the last remaining defendant in the city's ongoing federal case involving the Rollin' 60s Crips
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