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Seven Henrico deputies turn themselves in and more Va. headlines

By: - March 15, 2023 7:15 am

The state Capitol. (Ned Oliver/ Virginia Mercury)

• Seven Henrico County sheriff’s deputies turned themselves in on second-degree murder charges in connection with the death of a 28-year-old inmate who died in their custody while being admitted to Central State Hospital in Dinwiddie County.—Richmond Times-Dispatch

• Gov. Glenn Youngkin is continuing to stoke talk of presidential ambitions by heading to Dallas next month for a meeting with Republican donors.—Washington Post

• Former Liberty University leader Jerry Falwell Jr. filed a lawsuit against the school claiming he was “wrongfully denied and withheld benefits.”—News & Advance

• “Fire at defunct Virginia Beach golf course renews concern over property upkeep, including ‘spite fence.’”—Virginian-Pilot

• Berry crops in Virginia are at risk from an unusually warm February followed by the recent cold snap. “That’s slowed the growth down and probably left a lot of the plants and the landscape confused.”—WHRO


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