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  • Charlottesville Police Search for Missing UVA Student

    Charlottesville Police Search for Missing UVA Student

    Monday, September 15 2014 7:53 PM EDT2014-09-15 23:53:05 GMT
    The Charlottesville Police Department is searching for a missing University of Virginia student, Hannah Elizabeth Graham, 18.
    The Charlottesville Police Department is searching for a missing University of Virginia student, Hannah Elizabeth Graham, 18.

  • Slain duty story hits close to home

    Former police officer recalls night he was left paralyzed while in the line of duty

    Former police officer recalls night he was left paralyzed while in the line of duty

    Monday, September 15 2014 6:51 PM EDT2014-09-15 22:51:44 GMT
    A former police officer recalls how he nearly lost his life in the line of duty one evening back in 1970. He was paralyzed from the waist down but didn't let them hold him back from working or helping implement big changes for police officer's training and cars. It's been nearly 44 years since that day Gilbert Smith was ordered to take a drunken suspect found on the road to jail.
    A former police officer recalls how he nearly lost his life in the line of duty one evening back in 1970. He was paralyzed from the waist down but didn't let them hold him back from working or helping implement big changes for police officer's training and cars. It's been nearly 44 years since that day Gilbert Smith was ordered to take a drunken suspect found on the road to jail.
  • Lowcountry says final farewell to fallen deputy

    Lowcountry says final farewell to fallen deputy

    Monday, September 15 2014 6:47 PM EDT2014-09-15 22:47:27 GMT
    Thousands lined the streets to honor Charleston County Sheriff's deputy Joe Matuskovic.The Lowcountry paused to pay its respects to the deputy that was killed in a shootout last Monday night. Streets and highways were shutdown throughout the day so the several miles long procession could take the deputy to his final resting place at Old Saint Andrew's Parish Church Cemetery.
    Thousands lined the streets to honor Charleston County Sheriff's deputy Joe Matuskovic.The Lowcountry paused to pay its respects to the deputy that was killed in a shootout last Monday night. Streets and highways were shutdown throughout the day so the several miles long procession could take the deputy to his final resting place at Old Saint Andrew's Parish Church Cemetery.
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