Justin Faulconer, NewsAdvance.com

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Past articles by Justin:

Judge certifies manslaughter charge in Amherst County wreck

A judge certified a felony charge Thursday against a South Carolina woman in connection with an Amherst County crash that killed a man in Amherst County in May. → Read More

Judge denies release of Nelson woman awaiting state ruling on arson convictions

A Nelson County judge on Friday denied a bond request from a woman who was convicted in 2014 of arson in two fires at her home in Lovingston but acquitted of murder in a separate blaze on the property that resulted in a man’s death. → Read More

Man gets life plus 65 years in deadly Amherst County home invasion

An Amherst County judge sentenced a man convicted in the January 2015 home invasion that killed Madison Heights resident Norma Jean Freeman to the maximum punishment of life in prison plus 65 years on Tuesday. → Read More

Appeal denied in Amherst County murder case

The Virginia Court of Appeals has denied an appeal from a man serving 55 years in prison for killing a woman in Amherst County. → Read More

Lynchburg man sentenced in 2014 beating death

A Lynchburg man was sentenced to eight years in prison Wednesday for his role in the July 2014 beating death of 56-year-old Kevin Jeffrey Irvine. → Read More

Amherst County man gets three months in road-rage attack

A Monroe man was sentenced to three months in jail Thursday for beating an Amherst County man in a road-rage incident. → Read More

Amherst trespasser with suspicious bacon must forfeit firearms, judge rules

A Madison Heights man accused of wearing a camouflage mask on a neighbor’s property with a firearm and suspicious bag of bacon pleaded guilty Wednesday to misdemeanor counts of carrying a gun while intoxicated and trespassing. → Read More

Madison Heights man with 'suspicious bacon' takes plea deal

A Madison Heights man accused of wearing a camouflage mask on a neighbor’s property with a firearm and suspicious bag of bacon pleaded guilty Wednesday to misdemeanor counts of carrying a gun while intoxicated and trespassing. → Read More

Jury recommends 40-year sentence for Lynchburg man convicted of drug charges

An Amherst County jury recommended a 40-year prison sentence for a Lynchburg man convicted of two counts of distributing cocaine, third offense. → Read More

Attorney: $1.9M wrongful death settlement believed to be Amherst Co. record

A wrongful death lawsuit against an out-of-state truck driver filed by the widow of a Madison Heights garage owner killed in an early 2012 wreck was settled for $1.9 million, according to a judge’s order entered March 9 in Amherst County Circuit Court. → Read More

Woman convicted in attempted robbery of Madison Heights CVS

A West Virginia woman pleaded guilty in Amherst County Circuit Court Wednesday to one count of attempted robbery of the CVS in Madison Heights. → Read More

Madison Heights man sentenced in wounding case

A Madison Heights man was sentenced to four months in jail Tuesday for shooting his daughter's boyfriend in April 2015. → Read More

Madison Heights man sentenced in shooting

AMHERST – A Madison Heights man was sentenced to four and a half years in prison Friday after pleading guilty to shooting his fiancée in their home and terrorizing neighbors a year ago Saturday. → Read More

Navy aviator will face federal jury in Bedford case

A Virginia Beach Navy aviator accused of having an inappropriate online relationship with an underage Bedford County girl will face a federal jury trial in Norfolk this fall. → Read More

Trial date set for man accused of tattooing Campbell County kids

A trial date has been scheduled for a Wirtz man accused of tattooing two Campbell County children in December 2013. → Read More

Randy Taylor found guilty of murder; jury recommends life sentence

LOVINGSTON — Randy Allen Taylor sat quietly in the Nelson County courtroom as the verdict was read — guilty of first-degree murder in the commission of an abduction and abduction with intent to defile in connection with the disappearance of 17-year-old Alexis Murphy. → Read More

Defense rests in Randy Taylor trial; closing arguments pending

1:20 p.m. UPDATE → Read More

Defense rests in Randy Taylor trial; closing arguments pending

1:20 p.m. UPDATE → Read More

Randy Taylor goes on trial Thursday in Alexis Murphy case

A question has lingered throughout Nelson County and the surrounding region that has left many people praying and wondering during the past nine months — what happened to Alexis Murphy? → Read More

Charges dropped against man in Bedford home invasion

Bedford County prosecutors have dropped charges against a Roanoke man accused of taking part in an armed home invasion in Bedford in March 2011. → Read More