Tuesday, December 1, 2015


Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke has been released on a bond of $1.5 million dollars after being charged with murdering a 17-year-old high school student.  The murder was captured on a police camera video.  The high school kid was shot 16 times in 14 seconds while laying on the ground.  Prior to being charged with murder, Van Dyke worked a desk job for the Chicago police for more than a year between the murder and the charges being filed.  Chicago police are raising money to support Van Dyke's family during this trying time.

Tommy Woodall remains in the Rockingham County jail on a $5 million bond after being charged with diddling two teenage girls who were hooking to support their family.  Mickey Snow is in jail on the same charge.  His bond is $25 million.

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