Need to Know - Monday August 4, 2014

August 4, 2014

CULPEPER MURDER-SUICIDE:
Investigators in Culpeper are calling the deaths of 5 family members a murder-suicide. Authorities believe Clarence Washington shot and killed his wife, Shauna and their three daughters. A family member discovered the bodies Sunday night.

MCDONNELL TRIAL DAY 6:
Day 6 of the McDonnell corruption trial. Former Star Scientific CEO Jonnie Williams testified he never had any intimate physical contact with McDonnell's wife Maureen. He added he didn't know Maureen McDonnell had any interest in him until last week.

VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER REMEMBERED:
Monday, fellow fire fighters and emergency workers paid their final respects to Charles "Bubba" Baber. He died Friday after a battle with cancer. "Bubba" was a 4th generation volunteer with the Crozet Fire Department and was buried at Rockgate Cemetery.

SENTENCING DELAYED:
53-year-old Mark Weiner will wait another two months to find out his sentence, which is now set for October. He was found guilty of abducting a Charlottesville woman back in 2012, the results of his psychological profile yet to be released.

ASIA INSTITUTE SYMPOSIUM:
The University of Virginia Asia Institute is hosting a symposium for about 40 community college professors from around the state. Topics included Russia and the Middle East. Monday's curriculum focused on a modern history of Russia.


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