Rappahannock News - - EDITORIAL & OPINION -

From Page 1 into re­cent van­dal­ism to mail­boxes and street signs in the county. Each was charged with grand larceny.

Climo served just un­der half of his six-month sen­tence handed down in July. He was re­leased Oct. 23 with a day’s credit for each day served with good be­hav­ior.

Sher­iff Con­nie Smith said the in­ves­ti­ga­tion is con­tin­u­ing and that ad­di­tional charges are pos­si­ble. Smith said the mail­boxes and signs were dam­aged over two nights last week along Grim­s­ley Road, Rich­mond Road, Lizzie Mills Road, Aaron Moun­tain Road and Bat­tle Moun­tain Road.

District Court Judge Thomas G. Un­der­wood placed all three on pre­trial su­pervi- sion; each was re­leased on a $1,500 bond.

In other ac­tions re­ported by the Sher­iff’s Of­fice this week, Tikis Gales, 35, of Nor­folk, was ar­rested Satur­day, Jan. 15, for in­de­cent ex­po­sure in the county park­ing lot. Ac­cord­ing to the au­thor­i­ties, Gales was

Charles Climo

de­nied visi­ta­tion to a jail in­mate and, af­ter leav­ing the jail of­fice, went to the park­ing lot and uri­nated on a deputy’s car.

John An­drew Sweatt, 40, of Ch­ester Gap, was charged Jan. 13 with as­sault and bat­tery on a fam­ily mem­ber. Ken­neth Justin Dod­son, 21, of Ch­ester Gap, was ar­rested and charged with two counts of as­sault and bat­tery on a fam­ily mem­ber.

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