Need to Know - Tuesday October 21, 2014
October 21, 2014
AUTHORITIES PLAN NEW SEARCH FOR ALEXIS MURPHY:
The lead detective in case of the missing Nelson County has confirmed to CBS19 that the Nelson County Sheriff's Office is coordinating with State Police and the FBI for the search. The search will take place November, in Orange County.
IDENTITY OF ALBEMARLE COUNTY BODY STILL UNKNOWN:
The body was recovered on Saturday and sent to the Medical Examiner’s Office in Richmond. The Albemarle County Police Department says they plan on sending out a release via email and social media after they receive the identity of the body and notify next of kin. They will not hold a press conference.
STATE POLICE INVESTIGATING FATAL CRASH IN GREENE COUNTY:
It happened Saturday night in the 3400 block of Amicus Road near Celt Road involving a Toyota 4Runner that ran-off the side of the road. 22-year-old Dana Shifflett of Stanardsville was thrown from the 4Runner's back seat and died at the scene. She was wearing a seat-belt.
CONGRESSMAN ROBERT HURT CAMPAIGNING IN CHARLOTTESVILLE:
The Republican Congressmen met with the managers of the Charlottesville Piano Company along Rio Road to discuss ways to improve small business relations with Washington. Robert Hurt is running against Democratic challenger Lawrence Gaughan in the Fifth District.
STUDENTS GETTING A HANDS-ON APPROACH TO HEALTH SCIENCES:
Albemarle County Schools prepares students for careers in health and medicine across a broad range, including Forensic Anthropology. Students in the forensics program get to learn some of the skills they need to become a Forensic Scientist.
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