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One dead in Newport News triple shooting

One person is dead and two others are hurt after a shooting in Newport News.

Police say it happened around midnight at 33rd Street and Madison Avenue.

A 25-year-old man had been shot several times.

Police say he died at the hospital.

Officers say they found the second victim a few blocks away – a 46-year-old man, who ran from the shooting.

He had been shot in the ankle.

And the third victim – a 29-year-old man shot in the leg – was taken to the hospital by a friend.

They are both expected to recover.

Police do not have a suspect at this time. If you have any information, call the Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.

Newport News Man found dead in Beach office

Michelle says she’s not surprised Police found a body inside of the second floor of a business in the Pembroke Lakes Circle complex in Virginia Beach.

Neighbors say there is a recording studio upstairs. Online records show the business is called Monopoly Designs and Style Studio.

Investigators have identified the victim as 43-year-old Jackie Delice of Newport News.

“I opened my window and I saw a cop there with a flashlight and a gun,” says Michelle who lives next door.

Beach Police responded last night to a call about shots fired.

April also lives across the street. She says she saw Police looking behind bushes and AC units late last night.

Investigators are still searching for Delice’s killer. If you know anything, call Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.

Two CNU students banned after meth lab investigation

Concern is mounting at local university as an investigation into a suspected meth lab is underway.

Two students from Christopher Newport University have been banned from the college for allegedly being involved in a meth lab.

CNU police officials have met with the Newport News Commonwealth's Attourney's office in regards to this case. However, the students involved with this case have yet to be charged.

Last Friday, Wilson Hall, located in CNU Village across from the university's main campus, was evacuated around 6:48 pm.

Both the CNU police and the Newport News Police Department are investigating this case. According to university officials, a forensic analysis is being conducted at a lab located in Norfolk.

CNU did not disclose the names, ages, or classifications of the students involved, or the quantity of the items that were recovered.

Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention

Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention

Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention

 

Newport News Healthy Families Initiative Community Advisory Board Sponsors the Silent Children’s Garden. 

 

In recognition of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month, the Newport News Healthy Families Community Advisory Board will be sponsoring the Silent Children’s Garden in Boulevard Park from April 11- 20, 2012. The month of April is nationally recognized as Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month.

 

Newport News teen shot in Hampton

Hampton police are searching for the person responsible for shooting a 17-year old boy.

On Thursday around 4 p.m., the victim, a resident of Newport News, was shot in the arm and shoulder at the first block of Butler Drive. He was taken to a local hospital. His injuries were not life-threatening.

Allison Quinones, a spokeswoman for the Hampton police, stated that the victim was shot when someone opened fire during the middle of an altercation.

If you can provide any information about the shooting call the Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.

Program offers second chance to suspected drug offenders

A newly established program is aiming to encourage and assist individuals who have allegedly been involved in drug activity.

The Newport News Drug Market Intervention Program has extended a unique opportunity to suspected drug offenders. Seven individuals were issued letters from Police Chief James D. Fox last year asking them to attend a special meeting.  

Newport News Commonwealth's Attorney, Howard Gywnn, said only three individuals were in attendance at the initial meeting. According to police, the other four people who did not respond to the invitation will soon be arrested.     

Watch Out Wayward Drivers: They Will Get You!

Over the holiday weekend, the Newport News Police Department will be conducting a series of enhanced DUI patrols between 9:00 p.m. and 3:00 a.m. each night. 

The patrols will include additional officers focusing their efforts where motorists are more likely to be operating a vehicle under the influence and the potential for DUI checkpoints. 

The Newport News Police Department is not releasing the exact locations of these additional patrols; however, better to be safe than sorry this Thanksgiving holiday. 

So remember Hamptons Roads, when it comes to drinking and driving this weekend:  You Booze, You Cruise, You Lose.