Joe Zupan

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Reporter for Virginia Public Radio's WVTF in Roanoke

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Fifteen people--including the Sheriff of Henry County and 12 deputies--have been arrested in western Virginia for selling drugs and guns confiscated from criminal suspects.  The  US…

VA Sheriff, Deputies Indicted for Selling Confiscated Drugs and Guns

Fifteen people--including the Sheriff of Henry County and 12 deputies--have been arrested in western Virginia for selling drugs and guns confiscated from criminal suspects.  The US…

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