A suspected child molester who was visiting family members in Virginia this week was found naked in a room with two toddlers and ended up getting beaten by their father, authorities said.
Police in Spotsylvania County arrived to a “chaotic scene” when they responded to a disturbance at the Richmond-area home early Sunday morning, the local sheriff’s office said in a news release.
The commotion began when one of the residents went to check on his two small children, ages 2 and 3, and caught an out-of-state relative naked from the waist down in the kids’ bedroom, police said.
When the father asked what the man was doing there, the perv pushed him out of the room and locked the door, according to a news release. But the suspect, 60-year-old Mark Stanley, would soon regret the move.
Police said the father forced entry in the room and began beating the naked creep, who was visiting from North Carolina.
Heartbreaking story… Police investigate an armed robbery at a Denny’s Restaurant in #Manassas. Two people were sent to the hospital overnight. Right now police are looking for the man responsible. pic.twitter.com/TtNr17ABuB— Nicole DiAntonio (@NicoleDiAntonio) December 26, 2019
Two customers at a Denny’s restaurant were shot, one fatally, early Thursday in Manassas, Virginia, after two armed men entered and began demanding property from customers and employees, police say.
“At that point, there was some sort of encounter where two of the patrons were shot,” said a Prince William County Police spokesman.
According to a preliminary investigation, the victims, both men, were shot before the suspects fled the restaurant at 8201 Sudley Road. Officers responded at 2:25 a.m. and provided first aid for the victims until rescue personnel arrived.
I-64 accident this morning pic.twitter.com/xD1DjLMY1k— Bray Hollowell (@Brayhollowell42) December 22, 2019
45 car pile up has shut down i64 in Williamsburg😳 pic.twitter.com/YAHUN9mZUl— 757 Tweets (@757_Tweets) December 22, 2019
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — Several were injured, some critically, in a 35-car pileup on one of the busiest travel days of the year.
Police said the accident happened around 7:50 a.m. on I-64 near Williamsburg, Virginia.
Virginia State Police said a total of 35 vehicles were involved in that accident, and several were injured. At least two suffered life-threatening injuries.
“Detectives searched his RV and found numerous cell phones, digital media storage devices, drugs, drug paraphernalia, guns, and observed a den of hell.”
“The evidence revealed that his RV and places he stayed were his dungeons of abuse,” Wood said. “He set up cameras, produced, directed, and carried out violent rape and sexual abuse of the child. The videos and photos documented his crimes and his almost head to toe tattoos identified him in the photos and videos.”
The videos also showed Harry giving the child methamphetamine and other drugs before the rapes.
“This is one of the vilest and most disgusting cases I have seen in my 20 years of handling these cases,” Louisa Commonwealth’s Attorney Rusty McGuire said. “[Harry] stole the child’s innocence and we are happy the Court appropriately sentenced the thief to five mandatory life sentences and an additional 100 years of mandatory time in prison.”
DUMFRIES, Va. – A Prince William County teacher who allegedly pulled a chair out from under an 8-year-old student has been charged with assault.
Police say the incident occurred on Dec. 5 at Mary Williams Elementary School in Dumfries.
After an investigation by both Child Protective Services and police, Bobbi Jean Oakes, 29, of Stafford was charged with assault and battery.
Y’all need to see this video collage of all the crazy things my Physics Professor did this semester😭. He’s in his 70s and is still doing all of this for us🥺💛 pic.twitter.com/JaICjzVB5I— Erica✨ (@its_riccaa) December 11, 2019
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – Video of Tidewater Community College Professor Dr. David Wright has gone viral.
Millions of people have viewed a video on Twitter of him teaching physics this semester. “Y’all need to see this video collage of all the crazy things my Physics Professor did this semester. He’s in his 70s and is still doing all of this for us,” TCC student Erica Church wrote on Twitter.