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Breaking News - Brittany Smith found safe, Easley arrested

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Brittany Smith
Brittany Smith and Jeffrey Easley have been located and both the 12-year-old girl and her alleged captor are safe. Easley was arrested in San Francisco, according to multiple press reports.

Aunts make plea at Thursday press conference

Three family members of Brittany Mae Smith appeared at a televised press conference this afternoon shortly after 3:30 to appeal to the girl to come home — in time for Christmas, and to pay final respects to Brittany's slain mother, Tina Louise Dyer Smith.

County native pens memoir, ‘Men, Baloney and Shoes’

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MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS

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Left, Tina Louise Dyer Smith. A felony arrest warrant has been issued for Jeffery Easley in the abduction of Brittany Mae Smith.
As Halifax County reeled from the revelations that South Boston native Tina Louise Dyer Smith, 41, was found dead in her new Salem home, shock turned to confusion as questions arose about whether her missing 12-year-old daughter, Brittany Mae Smith, could be willingly in the company of Jeffery Easley, 32, rather than a captive.

Halifax County to pay ‘line of duty’ premiums for safety personnel

Due to cost-cutting measures in state government, Halifax County and other municipalities around Virginia will start having to pay premiums into a state fund for all public safety workers — everyone from deputies to courtroom security to volunteer firefighters.

National Night Out gets new chairman

The National Night Out event is getting a new chairman.

Crime picks up on North Carolina border

Just as stores get busier near Christmas, so too, apparently, do thieves.

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