Thursday, December 12 2013 10:33 AM EST2013-12-12 15:33:35 GMT
LOUISA, Va. (WRIC)—A Louisa County Sheriff's Office investigation has revealed that a 6-month-old baby who was believed to have died of sudden infant death syndrome was actually poisoned to death by hisMore >>
A 6-month-old baby believed to have died of SIDS may have actually been poisoned to death by his own mother.More >>
Thursday, December 12 2013 1:42 PM EST2013-12-12 18:42:56 GMT
RICHMOND (WRIC) - After a jail sentence, returning to life on the outside can be a challenge for inmates, but there's a program at the Richmond City Jail working to get them on the right path. Since 2008,More >>
Since 2008, faith-based program Kingdom Life Ministry has given inmates serving drug sentences the tools they need to redevelop themselves.More >>
Thursday, December 12 2013 1:14 PM EST2013-12-12 18:14:41 GMT
RICHMOND (WRIC)—William Lewis, of Henrico, pleaded guilty Thursday to throwing a vodka bottle at reggae star Frederick "Toots" Hibbert at a concert back in May. The judge sentenced Lewis to 12 monthsMore >>
William Lewis, of Henrico, pleaded guilty Thursday to throwing a vodka bottle at reggae star Frederick "Toots" Hibbert at a concert back in May. More >>
RICHMOND -- Reggae musician Frederick "Toots" Hibbert has filed a $20 million lawsuit against Venture Richmond and Metropolitan Richmond Sports Backers Inc. over injuries when he was hit by a bottle while performing in concert May 18.
The lawsuit says the organizations were negligent in providing adequate security at the concert and Hibbert continues to suffer complications from being hit, including an inability to compose and perform songs
Richmond police arrested 19-year-old William Lewis and charged him with malicious wounding for throwing the bottle. He faces trial on Dec. 12 in Richmond Circuit Court. Hibbert filed a $21 million lawsuit against Lewis in June.
Venture Richmond Executive Director Jack Berry said, "There is no way that Venture Richmond or Sports Backers could reasonably have anticipated this random act by a teenage spectator. He alone should be held responsible."