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Graduate Student Pleads Guilty To Attempting To Entice A Minor

January 13, 2017

Julio Perez-Torres, 26, of Rome, New York, pleaded guilty today to charges of attempted coercion and enticement of a minor to engage in criminal sexual activity.

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JMU Student Pleads Guilty To Developing Malicious Software

January 13, 2017

Zachary Shames, 21, of Great Falls, Virginia, pleaded guilty today to charges of aiding and abetting computer intrusions.

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Herring Proposes New Tools, Provides Additional Community Resources To Protect Virginians From Hate Crimes

January 13, 2017

Attorney General Mark R. Herring today announced a new package of legislation to protect racial, ethnic and religious minorities and other vulnerable communities in Virginia from hate crimes. A new website (www.NoHateVA.com) now provides resources for vulnerable individuals and communities.

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Alexandria Police Make Arrests Related To Cell Phone Robberies

January 13, 2017

The Alexandria Police Department has been investigating robberies of cell phones that occurred recently in Alexandria. Three suspects have been arrested and charged with Robbery.

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CVS Health Offers Patients Lowest Cash Price In The Market For Generic Epinephrine Auto-injector

January 12, 2017

Generic epinephrine auto-injector from Impax Laboratories is now available at CVS Pharmacy at cash price 80% lower than EpiPen®.

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Alexandria City Council Re-affirms Limit To “Open Mic” Section Of Monthly Public Hearings

January 12, 2017

Since 1975, five Alexandria City Councils have voted to limit the amount of time dedicated to the public comment section of Council monthly public hearings to 30 minutes.

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Metro Releases Schedule Information For 2017 SafeTrack Surges

January 12, 2017

Metro today released schedule information for the remaining SafeTrack surges between February and June 2017. Surges will resume Feb. 11 with an 18-day surge on the Blue Line between Rosslyn and the Pentagon.

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Massaquoi Found Guilty of Voter Registration Fraud

January 12, 2017

On Jan. 12, 2017, Vafalay Massaquoi, a 30-year-old resident of Alexandria, was convicted of felony counts relating to the intentional falsifying of Virginia Voter Registration Applications. The total sentence imposed in this case was five years in prison, with all but time already served suspended. Massaquoi has served approximately 90 days in jail.

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$2 Million Investment To Enhance Virginia’s Response To Sexual Violence, Test Any Remaining Kits Around The State

January 11, 2017

Attorney General Mark R. Herring and the Virginia Department of Forensic Science today announced a $2 million federal grant to implement system-wide enhancements to the way Virginia handles sexual assaults, from evidence collection and testing to investigation and ongoing survivor support services.

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Alexandria Transit Company Board Selects New DASH CEO/General Manager

January 11, 2017

The Alexandria Transit Company Board of Directors announced today the appointment of Josh Baker as the new CEO/General Manager of ATC and the DASH Bus System.

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