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    There’s a been a conviction in the car-to-car shooting that injured two men and terrified schoolchildren in Charlottesville’s 10th & Page neighborhood last fall. Originally charged with four crimes including two counts of malicious wounding, 21-year-old Taquarius Orlando Catoe-Anderson p…

      Last month, Charlottesville police officers once again arrested Mason Hughes Pickett, the man often seen around Charlottesville sporting signs in graphic opposition to social justice, civil rights and Democrats of all stripes — from former City Council Member Wes Bellamy to President Biden.

        The judge overseeing the case of Charlottesville’s former Robert E. Lee statue, the one that touched off a violent weekend nearly six years ago when white nationalists rallied for its preservation, has declined to let one of the two plaintiffs remain in the the case by changing its name.


        The girlfriend of the man shot to death by police officers in late February told investigators that 44-year-old Billy James Sites told her that he wasn’t going back to jail and “would rather be carried by six than tried by twelve.”

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