Morgan County Authorities arrest a murder suspect

Morgan County Sheriff’s Department announced they have arrested a murder suspect.

Ian Patrick Bosben-Grayson was arrested in Jefferson County for his possible involvement in a homicide near Berkeley Springs West Virginia.

The investigation began at a home in the remote location of Clear Spring Lane Mar. 10.

Investigators were called to investigate the home of Geoffrey Thomas Reed when he was not heard from since Mar. 9.

The 75-year-old Reed was found in his home deceased from what appears to be blunt force trauma.

Authorities are asking anyone with any information in the incident to contact the Morgan County Sheriff’s Department.

Call the Morgan County Sheriff’s Department at 304-258-1067 or 304-258-0305.

Nearby residence of Reed’s are asked to hand over any video surveillance footage form Thursday March 9 into Friday March 10 to be reviewed by Authorities.

Morgan County Sheriff’s Department is being assisted by West Virginia State Police.

The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office K-9 units were used to search the woods near and around Reed’s remote home the night of the discovery.

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Gov. Youngkin release funds to battle homelessness

Governor Glenn Youngkin announced the release of $12 million going towards the Virginia Housing Trust Fund Homeless Reduction Grants.

The funds will benefit 68 projects across Virginia including projects in Clarke, Frederick, Page, Shenandoah and Warren Counties.

The funds will help to advance targeted efforts to reduce homelessness for over 2,600 individuals and families through 25 permanent supportive housing, 34 rapid rehousing and nine underserved populations innovation projects in the state.

The goal of the Virginia Housing Trust Fund homeless reduction grant program is to reduce homelessness throughout the state.

Additional details on the program are found here.

A list of all the project’s receiving funding across the state is found here.

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Loudoun County cruiser struck while conducting traffic stop

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s office reports that a Deputy’s cruiser was struck while conducting a traffic stop.

The Deputy was conducting the traffic stop of a suspected Driving Under the Influence driver on Route 7 near Ashburn the night of  Mar. 11.

While conducting the initial investigation at approximately 2 a.m. a second vehicle crashed into the patrol vehicle despite the emergency lights being on.

Despite the Deputy being in the vehicle at the time of the collision neither he nor the driver of the striking vehicle were harmed but the cruiser sustained considerable damage.

Both the driver in the initial traffic stop, and the driver of the striking vehicle were found to be intoxicated and were arrested.

Steven A. Hall of Ashburn is charged with driving while intoxicated and Christian A. Freeman of Herndon faces the additional charge of reckless driving.

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News Maker Dr. Susan O’Driscoll on SU’s Business Symposium

Shenandoah University (SU) is hosting their 13th annual business symposium March 24.

This is a great opportunity to network and learn successful business practices.

We spoke with the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Dr. Susan O’Driscoll who happens to be the Chairperson of this year’s event in out latest news maker.

News makers are sponsored by Warren County Together We are Community.

Dr. O’Driscoll tells us what to expect at this year’s event.

She also gives us details on the keynote speakers and how presentations are broken into segments for interactive sessions.

Dr. O’Driscoll also tells us that there is still time and room to become a part of the event and how to do that.

Click here for Dr. O’Driscoll’s news maker.

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