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Windsor police lawsuit settled with state and more Va. headlines

By: - September 8, 2023 7:30 am

The state Capitol. (Ned Oliver/ Virginia Mercury)

• In a settlement of a lawsuit over Windsor police officers pepper-spraying a Black and Latino Army lieutenant during a traffic stop, the town has agreed to independent reviews of misconduct allegations and more officer training.—Associated Press

• “Thirteen people died in 10 traffic crashes over the 2023 Labor Day holiday weekend in Virginia, according to preliminary reports from the state police.”—Roanoke Times

• A Roanoke woman has accused a judge and former state delegate of offering her legal help in her son’s murder case in exchange for sex.—Roanoke Times

• “The state’s only maximum security psychiatric hospital has seen a significant spike in medical emergencies in the past two years.” Four deaths have occurred this year.—Richmond Times-Dispatch

• Aircraft are planning to drop rabies vaccines coated in fishmeal crumbs for raccoons across Southwest Virginia starting this October.—Cardinal News


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