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Louisa Man Faces 120 Years Max For Various Crimes

Louisa Man Faces 120 Years Max For Various Crimes

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A Louisa man has pleaded guilty to nine felony charges, including crimes in Albemarle County and Charlottesville. 27-year-old William C. Drymond has told a Louisa judge he stole a vehicle last April in Albemarle, and swiped items from hotel parking lots in the city and county. Drymond has also acknowledged he set a vehicle on fire, committed perjury, and tried to sell stolen items. He faces up to 120 years in prison when he’s sentenced on March 3rd in Louisa Circuit Court (pictured).

 

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