Man Charged In Va. Cop's 2010 Slaying
July 02, 2012
Virginia Beach Police have charged a serial armed robber with first-degree murder in the death of an off-duty Norfolk officer.
Raymond Lewis Perry, 20, has been charged with first degree murder, armed robbery and two counts of use of a firearm. Police believe Perry killed Norfolk Police Department Officer Victor Decker. The decorated officer was found dead by the side of a road in October 2010.
Perry was sentenced in fall 2011, at 19 years old, for his role in five armed robberies spanning two weeks.
Slain Virginia Officer Always Tried to Help People
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Bob @ 7/3/2012 4:41 AM
Thank the Lord that VA is a death penalty state. Time to clean the gene pool a bit.
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