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South Boston Woman faces assault charge

A 22-year-old South Boston woman faces a misdemeanor charge of assault, according to South Boston Police records.

Murder suspect motions hearing continued

A motions hearing in the James Lloyd Terry capital murder case, set for today in Halifax County Circuit Court, has been postponed.

UPDATE: Wanted Halifax County man turns himself in

A man sought in connection with robbery, firearms and grand larceny charges turned himself in Friday afternoon, according to Halifax County Sheriff Fred Clark.

South Boston man faces drug charge

A 28-year-old South Boston man faces a felony charge of possessing a controlled substance, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.

Judge to rule whether or not to dismiss capital charge

Halifax County Circuit Court Judge Joel Cunningham could rule on a defense motion Friday regarding whether or not to dismiss a capital charge in the murder case against James Lloyd Terry.

South Boston police search for suspects in home invasion

South Boston police are searching for two black males who brandished firearms and kicked in the front door of a Norwood Avenue home late Monday night.

Nathalie man charged in break-ins

A 58-year-old Nathalie man faces eight felony charges stemming from break-ins and larcenies that occurred earlier this month, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.

UPDATE: Police say SoBo curb painting is legitimate

The painting of 911 addresses on the curb in front of town residences is legitimate, according to South Boston Police Capt. B. K. Lovelace.

Nathalie men face multiple burglary intent charges

Two Nathalie men face multiple counts of intent to burglarize and intent to distribute stolen property.

Pizza bandit gets 5 years in Halifax County robbery

A 25-year-old Danville man was re-sentenced Monday in Halifax County Circuit Court to an effective five-year prison term for robbery and a three-year suspended term for attempted use of a firearm to commit robbery in connection with a Dec. 22, 2010 incident at Riverside Mobile Home Park.