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SoBo man faces burglary, grand larceny charges

A 31-year-old South Boston man faces two felony charges of burglary with felony intent and grand larceny, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.

Multiple felony charges lodged

A 37-year-old South Boston man faces felony charges of grand larceny, being a convicted felon while in possession of a firearm, kidnapping and robbery and attempts, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.

Halifax man pleads to driving charges

A 20-year-old Halifax man pleaded guilty Friday in Halifax County Circuit Court to a pair of driving-related offenses.

SoBo man facing grand larceny, robbery charges

A 31-year-old South Boston man faces felony charges of grand larceny and robbery and attempts and one misdemeanor charge of assault and battery of a family member, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.

Four South Boston suspects charged in B&E

Halifax police have arrested four South Boston men, and a petition has been issued for one juvenile on charges stemming from an alleged breaking and entering that occurred April 7 at 2031 Crawford Road in Halifax.

Police charge SoBo woman with multiple counts of welfare fraud

A 33-year-old South Boston woman faces five felony charges of filing a false welfare application and four charges of welfare fraud, according Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.

Grand jury adds charge in dog death

Michael Ryan Waddle, a 34-year-old Dan River Church Road resident, was indicted Friday for three charges related to the Oct. 26 breaking and entering of a Fenton Street home in South Boston.

North Carolina man facing felony forging check charge

A 48-year-old Raleigh, North Carolina man faces a felony charge of forging a check, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.

Firearm charge lodged

A 23-year-old Halifax man is facing a charge a reckless handling of a firearm while hunting according to South Boston Police Department records. 

Campaign nets 680-plus violations

From Charlottesville to North Carolina, state troopers, police officers and sheriff’s deputies joined forces as part of the nationwide Drive to Save Lives ongoing traffic safety campaign. On Tuesday, those traveling within the 15 counties and six cities encompassing the Virginia State Police Appomattox Division encountered a heightened presence of law enforcement on major highways and secondary routes at DUI checkpoints and through roving patrols.