SANTA IN TOWN
>>>>>Sterling Suspect In Murder In Custody
Members of the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office and the Canton (Ohio)
Office of the FBI Fugitive Task Force, and three Ohio law enforcement
agencies took Daunteril Maurice Hall into custody Friday evening.
Hall, 28, is wanted in connection with the homicide of a Sterling female
this past weekend. He is wanted on outstanding warrants in Virginia for
Felony Malicious Wounding and Obstruction of Justice from
an incident that occurred last summer.
He is currently being held in Ohio on a Federal warrant for Unlawful
Flight to Avoid Prosecution.
Picture of missing teenage girl, now safe, posted on the homepage of
Picture of suspect, now in custody:
>>>>>FROM THE LOUDOUN EASTERNER NEWSPAPER
>>>>>Ben Fleming returning to collect food for needy
>>>>>Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Briar Patch Park
and all day SUNDAY TOO.
"Santa Claus" (Fleming's nickname) is HERE.
I visited with him as residents placed donated food in his truck today,
Saturday, January 29.
Ben Fleming, who teamed with area residents and the Loudoun Easterner
for several years in collecting toys for underprivileged children in
southwestern Virginia, plans to be in Sterling later this month in hopes
of collecting non-perishable items for a food bank in Clintwood,Va.
Fleming said the food bank, sponsored by the Clintwood Ministerial
Association, provides assistance to an estimated 1,500 persons in
Dickenson County. The county population has dwindled to about 16,000,
according to the Census estimates.
â€œBecause of the great number of elderly and handicapped residents,
supplies dwindle quickly and itâ€™s difficult to keep our shelves
stocked,â€ he wrote this week. â€œBecause of the great generosity of the
people residing in your area, Iâ€™m asking for their continued compassion
for the less fortunate in the form of food this time.â€
Fleming told me today he plans to be at his collection point at Briar
Patch Park on Sterling Blvd. in Sterling Park from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 29-30. All donations are tax deductible. The
Loudoun Easterner will also accept food and other donations to be held
until Fleming arrives in Sterling.
â€œI would, of course, be delighted if anyone can buy cases, in bulk
sales, for their donation,â€ he said. â€œWeâ€™d also mention to any of your
local churches that weâ€™d appreciate any donations they might deem
EARN $100 TO $150 ON E-Day!
>>> GOP CHAIRMAN ANNOUNCES
>>>LAST CALL FOR ELECTION OFFICIALS APPOINTMENT
Republican Chairman Randy Minchew has advized me that he has "been
advised by the State Board of Elections (SBE) that appointments of
Republican Party Officials to the position of Officers of the Election
will be made by the SBE in the first week of February. I would like to
submit at least two (2) Loudoun Republican Names for each precinct. To
this end, I would appreciate it if every District Chairman would give me
at least two (2) such names (with mailing addresses and telephone
numbers) for each precinct.
In lay terms: Randy Minchew can officially recommend 2 REPUBLICANS per
precinct or ten for Sterling District. If you wish to occupy one of the
two paid positions for Officer of the Election (sit inside a warm
facility and get paid $100 to $150) on Election day, get your email to
>>>>DELEGATE DICK BLACK FIGHTING FOR THE FAMILY
>>>>THIS MESSAGE HAS BEEN AUTHORIZED BY DICK BLACK
Delegate Black is a the sponsor of HB 2921, prohibiting adoptions by
homosexuals. This bill preserves the Virginia tradition of having
mothers and father adopt children. Since most children grow up to marry
someone of the opposite sex, they deserve the greatest opportunity to
experience the natural love of a mother and a father.
>>>this is not a joke department
>>> WASHINGTON POST SALUTES DELEGATES JOE MAY AND TOM RUST FOR
INCREASING YOUR TAXES
See January 26 Washington Post Metro.
>>> LITTLE ROAD WAR, PART II
Rose Ellen Ray lays out her battle plans for the conquest of the
No-Growth road blockers in response to a published article that is
tilted to the (surprise) the no-growthers.