Friday, June 15, 2012

Deputies Find Over 1,700 Pot Plants In Yuma
Scott County, Virginia sheriff's deputies have found more than 17 hundred marijuana plants in Yuma. The plants ranged from 1 to 4 feet tall and had not reached full maturity. Deputies say that if the plants had been processed and sold on the streets the value would have been around 5 million dollars. Three suspects have been identified, but no charges have been filed. (jb)

Friday, January 30, 2015

  • Month Long Investigation Nets Four Theft Arrests
  • Bristol, Virginia: Northeast Weather is Cause to Postpone Planned Ribbon Cutting For Nulife Glass
  • Virgnia Investing $160,000 Grant to Protect "Endangered Species" in Lee County Caves
  • Raid on Rash Road in Meadowview Results in Two Women Booked on Meth Charges
  • Two Arrested in Erwin Cocaine Bust
  • Local Legislators Battling Governor's Plan to Scale Back Tax Credits for Coal
  • Suncoke Downsizes more than 150 Buchanan County Workers
  • Washington County Commissioner Speaks on Project X
  • Federal Authorities Pursue Suppliers of "Bath Salts," "Purple Wave" to Tri-Cities Region
  • District Attorney Will Seek Death Penalty Against Carter County Teen Murder Suspect



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