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Speaker at South Boston Council meeting alleges mistreatment by police

Members of South Boston Town Council fielded allegations of police mistreatment from a 20-year-old county man who said he suffered bruises and lacerations during a Nov. 30 traffic stop by…

Second suspect arrested in South Boston slayings (UPDATED)

A second person has been charged in the slaying of two brothers this weekend in South Boston after police initially arrested a 17-year-old male on murder charges.


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Pedestrian struck by vehicle at intersection / November 25, 2019

A South Boston man was taken to Duke University Hospital for treatment of severe injuries after he was struck by a vehicle at the intersection of Broad and Easley Streets on Saturday night.

The man, a 38-year-old resident of Easley Street, was found lying in the street after the collision, which took place around 6:26 p.m. Saturday. South Boston Police have not divulged the identity of the pedestrian, nor the identity of the driver of a 2006 Toyota four-door involved in the mishap.

The driver, described by police only as a 41-year-old resident of Halifax County, was not charged.

According to the SBPD, the pedestrian was trying to cross Broad Street when he was struck by the Toyota. The South Boston Fire Department, along with the Halifax County Rescue Squad responded to the scene and transported the victim to the Sentara Halifax Regional Hospital ER. He was later taken to Duke hospital where his current status is unknown.

The investigation of the crash by South Boston Police Officer A.B Jones III is ongoing.

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