Former Nelson Co. Deputy Sentenced fo...

Former Nelson Co. Deputy Sentenced for Violent Domestic Dispute - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA ...

There are 17 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Jun 21, 2012, titled Former Nelson Co. Deputy Sentenced for Violent Domestic Dispute - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA .... In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

A former Nelson County Sheriff's Deputy is on probation after a violent domestic dispute with his ex-girlfriend last fall.

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duh

Charlottesville, VA

#1 Jun 21, 2012
So you mean to tell me that I could commit multiple felonies and a firearms charge, and all I need to do to get a lighter sentence is to get a few family memebers to vouch for me? What a crock of sh*t. If this was anybody else they'd be serving the entire sentence.
Richard Tracy

Doswell, VA

#2 Jun 21, 2012
duh wrote:
So you mean to tell me that I could commit multiple felonies and a firearms charge, and all I need to do to get a lighter sentence is to get a few family memebers to vouch for me? What a crock of ****. If this was anybody else they'd be serving the entire sentence.
WRONG ! He served 8+ months & has 5-10 years probation & can not vote, have gun ,drink or drugs, & get a real job . It was a real bad nite for both , but a lot of unknown things [as always ] in this crime + he had a good record & served the public well till this terrible event ! That nite ruined his & her life forever over drugs & alcohol. Good luck & skill for the future to both of them.
RNR

Scottsville, VA

#3 Jun 21, 2012
ok so he can't vote, can't drink, can't do drugs and has to get a real job, harsh punishment huh?!
Nunya

Minneapolis, MN

#4 Jun 21, 2012
The sentence is on par for anyone who does something like this as a first time offense. Most court documents are available online. Go see for yourself.
heh

Charlottesville, VA

#5 Jun 21, 2012
looks like a mad hatter
Richard Tracy

Doswell, VA

#6 Jun 21, 2012
RNR wrote:
ok so he can't vote, can't drink, can't do drugs and has to get a real job, harsh punishment huh?!
It was a bad night, NOTE he hurt a woman , he is guilty, but as always you do not know the man or the pleasant victim, it could & many of domestic violence are, much worse, You just hate police , I hate drugs & alcohol ! First [& real bad offense ] & bet if he never drinks & goes to AA, NA he will never do anything like this again & will make him a better man , & sorry for Ms. Campbell, but goggle her , bet you would not like his easy punishment if you knew the whole story & it was you! Good luck Josh.
Diane B

Charlottesville, VA

#7 Jun 21, 2012
Richard Tracy wrote:
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WRONG ! He served 8+ months & has 5-10 years probation & can not vote, have gun ,drink or drugs, & get a real job . It was a real bad nite for both , but a lot of unknown things [as always ] in this crime + he had a good record & served the public well till this terrible event ! That nite ruined his & her life forever over drugs & alcohol. Good luck & skill for the future to both of them.
Cry me a river. What is is with these cops who are nut jobs.
Not So Quick To Judge

Falls Church, VA

#8 Jun 21, 2012
Cops have the same issues as anyone else. Tell me you've never had a argument with your mate and I will tell you that you lie. Some people are just better at creating drama than others and I am a woman and I am speaking of a woman. Not all men are as guilty as they are made out to be. I bet had she reacted the way he did to the "issue" she would get all the love and comfort in the world. Just because we are women does not always mean we are innocent. Just trying to see things from all sides.
The Truth

Staunton, VA

#9 Jun 21, 2012
Man i got 2 years on just a shooting into a occupied dwelling ie domestic.. Man who was this guys attorney??? I had no priors either... I had to do 2 yrs in a level 3 prison.. Man the Good Oh Boy network works again. 8 months in jail for all his charges... Omg
Liberalace

Martinsville, VA

#10 Jun 21, 2012
I had a bad night once too, but only hit her where the bruises wouldn't show.

R.I.P.: Warren Zevon
Disaster zone

Richmond, VA

#11 Jun 21, 2012
Yeah, thanks goes to the military for helping in the spawning of these testosterone boosted, violent tempered, never thinking, killing machines with mental illness and then giving them a super recommendation to our police departments. Remmember ladies, number one and two in domestic violence, military and police officers. This has PTSD all over it!
hehe

Crozet, VA

#12 Jun 21, 2012
Richard Tracy wrote:
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WRONG ! He served 8+ months & has 5-10 years probation & can not vote, have gun ,drink or drugs, & get a real job . It was a real bad nite for both , but a lot of unknown things [as always ] in this crime + he had a good record & served the public well till this terrible event ! That nite ruined his & her life forever over drugs & alcohol. Good luck & skill for the future to both of them.
its the good ole boy network taking care of their own baby!!!
Argby

Charlottesville, VA

#13 Jun 21, 2012
Deputy or not, the mug shot would be a keeper for crime times FP.
Liberalace

Martinsville, VA

#14 Jun 21, 2012
Argby wrote:
Deputy or not, the mug shot would be a keeper for crime times FP.
Yep...I'm waiting for him to say: "Closer, Clarisse...closer."

R.I.P.: Lew DeWitt
duh

Charlottesville, VA

#15 Jun 21, 2012
The Truth wrote:
Man i got 2 years on just a shooting into a occupied dwelling ie domestic.. Man who was this guys attorney??? I had no priors either... I had to do 2 yrs in a level 3 prison.. Man the Good Oh Boy network works again. 8 months in jail for all his charges... Omg
My point exactly! I mean this guy's no better than anybody else, yet he seemingly got a slap on the wrist compared to what would have happened to the average Joe. 8 months for felony abduction and shooting into an occupied dwelling is a joke!
Ultraman

Charlottesville, VA

#16 Jun 21, 2012
Richard Tracy wrote:
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WRONG ! He served 8+ months & has 5-10 years probation & can not vote, have gun ,drink or drugs, & get a real job . It was a real bad nite for both , but a lot of unknown things [as always ] in this crime + he had a good record & served the public well till this terrible event ! That nite ruined his & her life forever over drugs & alcohol. Good luck & skill for the future to both of them.
Wrong...He Tried To Kill Someone DICK Tracy...He Should Not Be Above The Law...
40 oz malt in bag

Prince Frederick, MD

#17 Jun 22, 2012
Ultraman wrote:
<quoted text>Wrong...He Tried To Kill Someone **** Tracy...He Should Not Be Above The Law...
Where is the attempted murder charge ? HE shot in the air !

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