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News 7 at Six begins tonight with the plot to kill a Circuit Judge in Montgomery County.
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And Amherst Sheriff's deputies get drawn into a two- hour standoff just trying to serve an eviction notice.
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Tonight on News 7 sports, UVa men's basketball is in the spotlight along with the Salem high school football team, racket man K.J. Hippensteel,
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Plus, we'll head out to Countryside for today's Region Three high school golf championship.
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Clouds will be back in the forecast tomorrow, but clear skies tonight will bring frost to the viewing area. Prepare for a chilly start to your Tuesday. [open]
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((JUDGE FRITH: DO YOU ASK ME TO APPOINT YOU AN ATTORNEY FOR YOU. YES.))
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A Radford man is charged with allegedly plotting to shoot and kill a Montgomery County judge.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[Chapman]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Derrick Chapman was arrested over the weekend-- and just hours ago a second man was also taken into custody.
Both are accused of plotting to kill Montgomery County Circuit Judge Ray Grubbs.
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Teresa Hamilton has been looking into the charges and joins us now with the latest.
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Keith, both men are very familiar with the legal system having been in and out of court-- for years.
Earlier today-- we spoke with Chapman's father who says his son is innocent.
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((CALVIN CHAPMAN/DERRICK CHAPMAN'S FATHER: THEY WANT TO GET DERRICK OFF THE STREET AND I FEEL LIKE DERRICK WAS SET UP AND I JUST THINK IT'S A SHAME THE POLICE DEPARTMENT WOULD DO SOMETHING LIKE THIS.))
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Calvin Chapman was in court this afternoon-- as his son Derrick was arraigned for allegedly plotting to shoot Montgomery County Circuit Judge Ray Grubbs in the head.
Chapman believes his son is innocent-- and that police have targeted Derrick out of revenge.
Just two years ago-- Derrick Chapman was acquitted of first degree murder by a jury in Pulaski County.
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((HE'S NEVER BEEN IN FRONT OF JUDGE GRUBBS HERE IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY, HIS TRIAL WAS IN PULASKI COUNTY AND IT JUST DOESN'T MAKE SENSE.))
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Calvin Chapman pinned the blame on 28 year old Chris DeMoranville-- a man he says, who'd recently begun hanging out with his son.
This afternoon-- DeMoranville was, in fact, arrested and charged with trying to hire Derrick Chapman to kill the judge. ))
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We checked DeMoranville's criminal record at the courthouse.
Keith, DeMoranville, was scheduled to appear before Judge Grubbs next month on a probation violation.
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[Boyd]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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A man wanted in Washington for a double homicide met the media and a judge in Roanoke today without ever leaving his hospital bed.
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The suspect has been in Roanoke Memorial Hospital since shooting himself in the head a week ago yesterday, as police were about to apprehend him on an interstate exit ramp.
He was what Carilion calls a "no news" patient, but the judge agreed to allow reporters and a single television camera into the hospital room for Terry Leon Boyd's arraignment this afternoon.
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((MR. BOYD, THERE'S AN ALLEGATION ON A WARRANT OF EXTRADITION THAT YOU ARE WANTED IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FOR FIRST-DEGREE MURDER.))
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Since being served with the fugitive warrant last Tuesday, Boyd has been under 24-hour armed guard by Roanoke County Sheriff's deputies.
Federal authorities hope to be able to take the 22-year old suspect back to Washington- -once he's able to travel.
They want to try him for the murder of his grandmother and another woman in D-C.
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((DID YOU DO THAT CRIME. YOU DID NOT.))
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He'll remain at R-M-H until he's extradited to D-C... OR perhaps sent to a prison hospital, possibly at the Medical College of Virginia.


[Bramblett]


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The U-S Supreme Court refused to hear the appeals of two death row inmates today.
The court did not give a reason for rejecting Earl Bramblett and Brandon Hedrick's appeals.
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Bramblett was sentenced to die for the 1994 murder of Blaine Hodges, a man who had been his best friend, along with Hodges' wife and their two daughters in Vinton.
Hedrick was convicted in May of 1997 of robbing, sodomizing, raping, and murdering a woman in Appomattox County.
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[Amherst-Standoff]


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What started out as a simple eviction turned into a two- hour standoff between police and two Amherst County men this morning.
Steve Smallshaw has the story.
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(( This wasn't the first time police have been called to a drunken disturbance at this home at 117 Main Street in Madison Heights.. but it may be the last.
Terry Lee Johnson says he was having a few beers with his downstairs neighbors when the gathering got out of hand.
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((TERRY LEE JOHNSON/NEIGHBOR: NOT ANGRY AT NOTHING, DIDN'T CARE AT ALL.. JUST THE WAY THEY GET SOMETIMES. I'VE HAD A FEW PEOPLE ALREADY ASK ME WHAT THEY WERE MAD AT.. NOBODY. JUST A WAY FOR THEM TO PASS TIME, SOMETHING TO DO.))
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Police say 32- year- old Terry "Bo" Hackett and 27- year- old David Burks were passing the time throwing furniture out the front door and setting a chair on fire in the back.
Police were called when Hackett allegedly threatened his landlord with a knife as she tried to inspect the property prior to evicting him.
During a two- hour standoff, SWAT team members evacuated other residents of the building and then forced their way in.
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((JIMMY AYERS/AMHERST CO. SHERIFF: THEY GOT THE DOOR OPEN, USED FORCE TO GET THE DOOR OPEN, AND ONCE THEY GOT THE DOOR OPEN THEY FLASH-BANGED IT AS A DISTRACTION TECHNIQUE AND BOTH INDIVIDUALS WERE IN THE FRONT ROOM CLOSEST TO THE DOOR.))

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Hackett and Burks were arrested without incident.
They're both charged with destruction of property and threatening to burn a building.
Sheriff Jimmy Ayers says it could have been worse.
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((AYERS: YOU'RE FACING AN UNCERTAINTY. YOU'RE ON ONE SIDE OF THE DOOR AND THERE'S SOMETHING OR SOMEONE ON THE OTHER SIDE, IT'S QUITE A BIT OF UNCERTAINTY. YOU NOTICED THE GUYS PAUSED FOR A MOMENT OF PRAYER BEFORE THEY DO IT, EVERY ENTRY THEY DO, THEY DO THAT.))
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Steve Smallshaw, News7, Amherst County.))

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He came to Central Virginia in hopes of having sex with a 13-year-old.
Instead - he ends up in court.
The latest coming up.
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And some county employees in Southwest Virginia find themselves arrested and REALLY constrained.
We'll tell you about it, a little later.
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He called himself "Dr. Evil", and investigators say Raymond Canupp (CAN-up) was living up to his nickname when they arrested him in Bedford County last spring.
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The 46- year- old Canupp had traveled from his home in Charlotte to have sex with a 13- year- old girl he'd been communicating with over the Internet.
The juvenile actually was an undercover investigator with the Bedford sheriff's department.
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((RUSTY FITZGERALD/ASST. U.S. ATTORNEY: HE HAD TALKED ABOUT IT FOR MONTHS, TALKED ABOUT PERSUADING HER.. THE PERSON WHO HE THOUGHT WAS A YOUNG FEMALE.. TO COME DOWN TO NORTH CAROLINA. WHO COULD EVER KNOW WHAT HE WOULD HAVE DONE IF IT HAD NOT BEEN TWO FBI AGENTS AND THREE MEMBERS OF THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE HE MET INSTEAD OF ACTUALLY A VULNERABLE 13- YEAR- OLD GIRL.))
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Canupp pleaded guilty to two federal charges today.. he could get up to 30 years in prison when he's sentenced in January.
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A Henry County woman woke up this morning and came face to face with a burglar in her apartment.
She says the man assaulted her with a knife, bound her with a telephone cord, and stole her money and car.
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The Sheriff's department released this sketch of the man.
He's described as six feet tall, 200 pounds.
Anyone with information is urged to contact the Henry County Sheriff's Department.
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[Workplace-Deaths]


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It may NOT be a trend-- but Virginia saw a rise in violent deaths in the workplace last year.
Virginia's Department of Labor and Industry reports 41 murders and suicides in the workplace in 1998... versus 27 the year before.
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Nationally, violent deaths made up only 12 percent of all deaths in the workplace last year.
In Virginia, 23 percent were violent.
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((JOHN BARR/DEPT. OF LABOR & INDUSTRY: MOST OF THAT IS MADE UP BY THE SHARP RISE IN THE NUMBER OF SUICIDES. WHEN YOU LOOK AT HOMICIDES, THEY GO UP BY, I BELIEVE, FIVE. COMPARED TO 1997. WHEREAS THE NUMBER OF SUICIDES GOES UP BY TEN. :51 IT'S A LITTLE BIT OF A CONCERN FOR US -- OF COURSE, ANY DEATH IS A TRAGEDY -- BUT THE INCREASE IS A CONCERN, ESPECIALLY BECAUSE NATIONWIDE, THE NUMBERS HAVE BEEN TRENDING THE OTHER WAY.))
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Since 1992, workplace suicides in Virginia have been in the single digits, or NOT reportable for confidentiality reasons.
An increase of 10 suicides surprised state officials in 1995.
Fourteen suicides in 1998 is 34 percent of all violent workplace deaths in Virginia last year.
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The Department of Labor and Industry reminds employers that it provides free health and safety program consultations for workplaces with 250 or fewer employees.

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A virus that's killing deer in Virginia may be linked to the drought.
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Game and Inland Fisheries biologists say a virus that causes hemorrhaging in the heart and lungs is killing deer in about 15 counties.
That's the most widespread outbreak of the virus in years in Virginia's deer population.
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((THERE'S SOME SPECULATION THAT THE DROUGHT CAUSES THE MUD FLATS TO BE EXPOSED ALONG THE RIVERS.... THE VECTOR FOR THIS VIRUS IS A BITING FLY...EXCELLENT BREEDING HABITAT FOR THESE MIDGES.))
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The virus poses NO threat to humans, livestock, or pets.
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There was somewhat of a recovery on Wall Street today... [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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State senate candidate Jim Jones says Senator Madison Marye is trashing Virginia.
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Jones, a Republican, says Senator Marye voted NOT to limit out-of-state garbage because his son-in-law owns the Brunswick landfill.
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((JIM JONES/(R) CANDIDATE FOR SENATE: THE SENATOR'S FAMILY HAS PROFITED FROM THESE VOTES AT OUR EXPENSE. BUTT BUTT BUTT THESE ACTS SERIOUSLY HURT VIRGINIA'S ENVIRONMENT.))
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Jones says the Senator also killed a bill that would have made it a felony to illegally dump medical waste. Medical waste has been found five times at the Brunswick landfill.
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((MADISON MARYE/(D) STATE SENATOR: I EXPRESSED MY POSITION, MY SON-IN-LAW'S AFFILIATION WITH THE LANDFILL AND I HAD A LETTER FROM THE ETHICS COMMITTEE SAYING I COULD VOTE ON ALL MATTERS PERTAINING TO SOLID WASTE.))
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Senator Marye says his son-in-law has a financial stake in the landfill but no longer owns it. He says no one knew what counted as medical waste when that bill came up for review, so he voted against it.
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[United-Way]


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They didn't commit a crime, but today two dozen employees of Montgomery County were taken into custody on the courthouse lawn.
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They were kicking off the county's United Way campaign.
For a donation or pledge, employees were able to issue a summons, and have a colleague "arrested," and placed in the stocks.
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So far, County employees have raised more than one thousand dollars for the United Way Campaign. Their goal is four thousand.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 sports, everything from Region Three golf highlights to college tennis news, to the unbeaten Salem football are in the tape machine and ready to go.
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Plus, we'll hear from a man who hopes to give the UVa basketball team a big "Hand" this coming season.
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William Byrd won the Region Three Golf Tournament shooting 301 and Jefferson Forest took second with 311.
Ryan Stinnett picked up the individual title and playoffs are underway right now to decide second and third place.


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A couple of future Hokies vied for the title in today's tournament.
Amherst's Ryan Stinnett shot a 69 today and will wear orange and maroon next year.
William Byrd's Scott Wise hit 76 at Country Side and says he'll play for Jay Hardwick next year as well.
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[S-Salem]


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Friday Football Extra's number one team, the unbeaten Salem Spartans, will again be number one in the state when the new Associated Press polls are released later tonight.
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Last Friday night the defending division four state champions won their 21st straight game and improved to 7 and 0 on the season with an easy 31-to-nothing win over William Byrd. Head coach Willis White says compared to last year - this season has been a breeze for his Spartans.
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Salem is home again this coming Friday night taking on Blue Ridge rival Northside.
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[S-Tennis]


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Roanoke tennis sensation and Stanford sophomore K.J. Hippensteel is on a pace to top last year when he and his partner won the NCAA doubles championship. Today, in the finals of the college's second grand slam event, K.J. won the singles Reebok Intercollegiate All-American Championships at the University of Texas. He beat four top 10 players in route to the title where he topped Virginia's Brian Vahaly 6-1, 6-3. Hippensteel did not drop a set the entire tournament.

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K.J, who was in Roanoke over the summer speaking to kids and teaching them some of the finer points of the game, came into his second year of collegiate tennis ranked 26th in the country. He should jump into the top ten when the next rankings come out in.
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[S-UVA]


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The Virginia Men's basketball team joined college programs all over the country for the annual midnight madness celebration over the weekend.
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Coach Pete Gillen has a new madness to deal with this season, keeping everyone happy. With four starters back and a great recruiting class, players like point guard Donald Hand will have to learn how to share more now than ever.
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((PETE GILLEN/UVA MEN'S BASKETBALL COACH:))
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Hand lead the Wahoos in scoring a season ago, putting up 17 points a game. He has worked in the off season to improve other aspects of his game.
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((DONALD HAND/UVA POINT GUARD:))
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[S-ALCS]


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The American League championship series resumes tonight in Boston with the Yankees trying to sew up the title, and the Red Sox hoping to keep their fans under control.
New York leads the best of seven 3-games to one.
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Every 10 seconds a child is reported abused or neglected.
This week the YWCA hopes to do something about that, and other types of violence.
[Double Boxes=Keith/Jean Newsroom]


Jean Jadhon is in the newsroom with details.
[Live= Jean/Newsroom]
[SUPER=@Jean1]


Keith it's called Week Without Violence.
It's the fifth year the Y-W-C-A is bringing attention to all kinds of violence in communities across the country.


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Today in Roanoke, kids became involved.
They jumped rope, made safety maps, and released helium-filled balloons into the air.
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How is this expected to help?
[Double Boxes=Keith/Jean]


We'll take a look, and tell you more about Week Without Violence tonight on News 7 at 11.


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