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The Charleston State Journal
Jefferson Co, WV choir teacher facing sex chargesone in which he forced a father and son out of their vehicle. He also admits tr
Jefferson Co, WV choir teacher facing sex charges
The Charleston State Journal / Posted yesterday
one in which he forced a father and son out of their vehicle. He also admits trafficking methamphetamine in the Kanawha County, WV, area, shooting out a door glass and stealing a television he intended to sell for drug money. Cross Lanes, WV,... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
Los Angeles woman admits trying to smuggle 5 pounds of crystal meth into WVone in which he forced a father and son out of their vehicle. He also admits tr
Los Angeles woman admits trying to smuggle 5 pounds of crystal meth into WV
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 2 days ago
one in which he forced a father and son out of their vehicle. He also admits trafficking methamphetamine in the Kanawha County, WV, area, shooting out a door glass and stealing a television he intended to sell for drug money. Cross Lanes, WV,... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
Cross Lanes, WV, man faces up to 50 years in prison for car jackings, drug crimesone in which he forced a father and son out of their vehicle. He also admits tr
Cross Lanes, WV, man faces up to 50 years in prison for car jackings, drug crimes
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 3 days ago
one in which he forced a father and son out of their vehicle. He also admits trafficking methamphetamine in the Kanawha County, WV, area, shooting out a door glass and stealing a television he intended to sell for drug money. Cross Lanes, WV,... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
WV Supreme Court of Appeals doesn’t buy protected speech argument in chat caseA law school grad who took his conviction on a misdemeanor harassment charge to
WV Supreme Court of Appeals doesn’t buy protected speech argument in chat case
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 5 days ago
A law school grad who took his conviction on a misdemeanor harassment charge to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals fell short on his bid to get it overturned. Matthew Calvert, who graduated from West Virginia University’s College of Law in... Read more

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