RICHMOND — A former Virginia Department of Corrections (VADOC) employee pled guilty to smuggling a cell phone to an inmate inside Haynesville Correctional Center. Erica Shaie Morrow, 32, received a 3-year sentence with 3 years suspended, including credit for time spent in confinement while awaiting trial. Additionally, Morrow must show good behavior for a period of five years under the terms of her suspended sentence. Morrow’s trial dat... Read More — Former VADOC Employee Pleads Guilty to Smuggling Cell Phone ...
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RICHMOND — Two inmates and one civilian visitor have been formally indicted by Southampton County Commonwealth’s Attorney Eric A. Cooke for separate, drug... Read More — Southampton Commonwealth’s Attorney Indicts Three in Separat...
RICHMOND — The Virginia Department of Corrections (VADOC) recently welcomed a delegation from Morocco and shared its expertise on the corrections accredit... Read More — VADOC Hosts Delegation from Morocco in Partnership with U.S....
RICHMOND — The Virginia Department of Corrections (VADOC) and its public safety partners continue to combat sexual abuse against children. District 29, F... Read More — District 29, Fairfax and Local Detectives Halt Multiple Crim...
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