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Owner of Chesapeake landscaping business sentenced for heroin trafficking

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — The owner of a Chesapeake landscaping business was sentenced Tuesday for heroin trafficking.

29-year-old Marlon Lewis Daye, of Chesapeake, was sentenced to 262 months in prison for conspiracy to manufacture, distribute and possession with intent to distribute over 32 kilograms of heroin. 140 more words


Chesapeake City Council denies permits for proposed solar farm

CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) — Chesapeake City Council shot down permits for a proposed solar energy farm in the city on Tuesday.

Chesapeake Solar, LLC applied to use the land at Ballahack Parkway and Route 17 along with another parcel in the Pleasant Grove area. 39 more words


Owner of Chesapeake landscape business sentenced to over 20 years for heroin trafficking

CHESAPEAKE, Va. – A 29-year-old man was sentenced Tuesday to over 20 years in prison for conspiracy to manufacture, distribute, and possess with intent to distribute heroin. 104 more words


Suspicious package found at Chesapeake Exxon not a threat

CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) — An all clear was given Tuesday afternoon after a suspicious package was found at an Exxon in Chesapeake.

Virginia State Police and Virginia Beach police bomb squads responded to the gas station, which is located at the intersection of Kempsville Road and Butts Station Road. 73 more words


Bomb Squad called to Chesapeake gas station, suspicious package found not hazardous

CHESAPEAKE, Va. – A suspicious package was found at a gas station, according to Chesapeake Fire.

Authorities got a call about the incident at 2:10 p.m. 55 more words


Truck hits power pole in Chesapeake, knocks out power

CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) — A car hit a power pole in Chesapeake, knocking out power around Battlefield Boulevard.

Dispatchers tell WAVY.com a car hit a power pole at Battlefield Boulevard and Hickory Road. 88 more words


Local pastor organizes a "911 Conference" to fight crime

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) – In light of the recent shootings in North Carolina and Oklahoma, a local pastor is sending out a 9-1-1 to the Hampton Roads community. 150 more words

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