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Brake Lines Cut on Virginia Deputy's Patrol Car

May 10, 2016
After driving for about a mile, the deputy attempted to pull over a car for a traffic stop, but when he attempted to stop his vehicle, he found the brake pedal went all the way to the floor and had to use the emergency brake to stop the car.

Video: Virginia Trooper's Widow Gets Mother's Day Surprise

May 9, 2016
The widow of slain Virginia State Police Trooper Chad Dermyer was surprised Friday morning with a Mother's Day gift on the radio.

Virginia Trooper's Widow Gets Mother's Day Surprise

May 9, 2016
The widow of slain Virginia State Police Trooper Chad Dermyer was surprised Friday morning with a Mother's Day gift on the radio. More Here.

Virginia Deputy Shot in Head, Suspect Charged

April 28, 2016
Authorities say a suspect has been charged after a Virginia deputy was shot in the head in Pittsylvania County.

Video: Donations to Family of Slain Virginia Trooper Stolen from Store

April 21, 2016
A donation jar at a Yorktown, VA, 7-Eleven that helped raise money for the family of slain Virginia State Trooper Chad Dermyer was stolen off the counter early Tuesday morning, according to York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office spokesman Lt. Dennis Ivey Jr.

Donations to Family of Slain Virginia Trooper Stolen from Store

April 21, 2016
A donation jar at a Yorktown, VA, 7-Eleven that helped raise money for the family of slain Virginia State Trooper Chad Dermyer was stolen off the counter early Tuesday morning, according to York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office spokesman Lt. Dennis Ivey Jr. More Here.

Killer of Virginia Trooper Had Extensive Record, Angry at Police

April 4, 2016
Court records show the man police say shot and killed Virginia State Police trooper Chad Dermyer last week in a Richmond bus station had an extensive criminal record and his aunt says he was very "angry" toward police. More Here.

Video: Killer of Virginia Trooper Had Extensive Record, Angry at Police

April 4, 2016
Court records show the man police say shot and killed Virginia State Police trooper Chad Dermyer last week in a Richmond bus station had an extensive criminal record and his aunt says he was very "angry" toward police.

Video: Virginia Trooper Wounded in Bus Station Shooting Has Died

April 1, 2016
Trooper Chad P. Dermyer died from the injuries he sustained in the shooting at a Greyhound bus station in Richmond Thursday afternoon.

Virginia Trooper Wounded in Bus Station Shooting Has Died

April 1, 2016
Virginia Trooper Chad P. Dermyer died from the injuries he sustained in the shooting at a Greyhound bus station in Richmond Thursday afternoon. More Here.

Virginia Trooper Suffers Life-Threatening Wounds in Bus Station Shooting, Gunman Dead

March 31, 2016
A Virginia State Police spokesperson says that the suspect is dead and a trooper has life-threatening injuries after a shooting at the Richmond Greyhound station Thursday afternoon. Some sources say the trooper has died, but State Police will not confirm. More Here.

Video: Virginia Trooper Suffers Life-Threatening Wounds in Bus Station Shooting, Gunman Dead

March 31, 2016
A Virginia State Police spokesperson says that the suspect is dead and a trooper has life-threatening injuries after a shooting at the Richmond Greyhound station Thursday afternoon. Some sources say the trooper has died, but State Police will not confirm.

2 Virginia Officers Shot on Call That Killed Rookie 'Recovering Well'

March 4, 2016
Officers David McKeown, 33, and Jesse Hempen, 31, were shot Feb. 26 in an incident in which Officer Ashley Guindon was fatally wounded during her first shift on the job.

Fallen Virginia Officer Honored in Two States

March 3, 2016
Police officers, motorcycle units, honor guards and ceremonial rifle units all stood at attention in formation outside the Woodbridge church. Inside, more than 3,000 mourners including family, friends, colleagues and dignitaries such as Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe participated in a service that lasted more than an hour. More Here.

Video: Fallen Virginia Officer Honored in Two States

March 3, 2016
Police officers, motorcycle units, honor guards, and ceremonial rifle units all stood at attention in formation outside the Woodbridge church. Inside, more than 3,000 mourners including family, friends, colleagues, and dignitaries such as Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe participated in a service that lasted more than an hour.

Virginia Man Fatally Shot by Police After Being Tased Twice

March 1, 2016
An 18-year-old man was shot and killed Friday night by Roanoke County, VA, police after a series of interactions that ended when police said he turned toward officers with what turned out to be a BB gun in his hand.

Army Sergeant Reportedly Admitted Shooting Virginia Officers

February 29, 2016
The Army staff sergeant accused of killing his wife and a Prince William County, VA, police officer on her first day on the job was held without bond Monday after being arraigned.

Video: Army Sergeant Charged with Killing Virginia Officer on Her First Day on the Job

February 28, 2016
Authorities identified the suspect accused of shooting and killing a Prince William County, VA, police officer a day after she was sworn in, and wounding two of her colleagues as they responded to a call about an argument at a northern Virginia home.

Man Charged with Killing Virginia Officer on Her First Day on the Job

February 28, 2016
Authorities identified the suspect accused of shooting and killing a Prince William County, VA, police officer a day after she was sworn in, and wounding two of her colleagues as they responded to a call about an argument at a northern Virginia home. More Here.

Virginia Considers Bill to Withhold All Officers’ Names

February 25, 2016
The Virginia Senate has already approved Senate Bill 552, which would classify the names of all police officers and fire marshals as “personnel records,” exempting them from mandatory disclosure under the state’s freedom of information law. The Republican-dominated Virginia House will consider the bill in hearings starting Thursday. Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) has not taken a position on the bill yet, his spokesman said.
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