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Marine pleads guilty to theft-related charges in federal court

When people think of Marines, they usually think of upstanding citizens who have trained hard and are willing to work hard. Some people even tend to put Marines up on a pedestal. Despite the general perception of Marines, it is important to remember that they are all human and can make mistakes. One Marine Corps reservist recently admitted to stealing from Quantico in a plea deal for theft-related charges.

Virginia woman gets all but 2 years of drug sentence suspended

A Virginia woman arrested in a drug raid last May is the last of the three people nabbed by police in that house in Salem to be convicted. A man and his son were also convicted. The arrests were the result of a six-month operation by local police. Officers from the Virginia State Police as well as an area task force also participated in the raid.

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