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A county fire department treasurer will do time for embezzling funds from the Cave Spring Fire Company.
We'll hear from Jack Beville tonight on NEWS 7, and from the judge in that case.
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[TALENT=Keith]


And Roanoke's new city manager gets her marching orders from city council weeks before she actually starts work.


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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight on News 7 sports, former Hokie Tic Price is out of job in Memphis. A local runner shine at the NCAA cross country regionals.
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[VO-NAT]

And the Tech football team is now a solid number two in the BCS standings. Thoughts from the Sugar Bowl folks are coming up.
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[WX-Head]
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Dry air and gusty winds add up to chilly conditions both tonight and tomorrow.
A brisk forecast is coming up.
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[V/O-NAT]
Volunteer Fireman Jack Beville offers HIS explanation for embezzling funds from the Cave Spring Fire Company... realizing it's hurt fund raising for the department.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[Beville]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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It was time for the veteran fire fighter to be sentenced.
Beville will have to serve 30-days worth of weekends in jail for his theft.
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[IN Q=Beville fought fires]
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[SUPER=03-Salem/Today; :08]
[SUPER=01-Jack Beville/Former Fire Dept. Treasurer; :19]
[SUPER=01-Ellen Weinman/Beville's Attorney; :41]
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((
Beville fought fires with the Cave Spring Fire Company for more than 20 years... served as treasurer so long nobody can remember exactly HOW long.
By the time he got to court, had already paid back 3-thousand dollars- -money county police believe he embezzled in late 1997.
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((BASED ON MY MEMORY, MY NOTES AND RECORDS, I THINK EVEN BEFORE THE RESTITUTION THE FIRE DEPARTMENT WAS AHEAD IN THE BALANCE.))
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Beville had been operating a catering business when all this began. He found that he could get food and other items for the department cheaper than the county could buy them wholesale.
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((THERE WERE THINGS THAT HE WAS DOING FOR THE FIRE DEPARTMENT AND PURCHASING FOR THE FIRE DEPARTMENT THAT HE WASN'T ASKING FOR RE-IMBURSEMENT.))
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[OUT Q=for re-imbursement.]


But there was no accounting for the trade-offs, and he was indicted for embezzlement.
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[IN Q=Basically all of]

((BASICALLY ALL OF YOUR HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: CIGARETTES, BEER, WINE, LOBSTER TAILS, SHAMPOO, ALL OF THOSE ITEMS YOU WERE PURCHASING WITH FIRE DEPARTMENT, RIGHT?))
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Beville says the beer and wine were for Fire Department use... for the company Christmas Party.
The judge didn't buy Beville's explanation.
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((I DO BELIEVE THE COMMONWEALTH HAS PROVEN BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT THAT YOU USED THIS MONEY FOR YOUR OWN USE.))
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Though the sentencing guidelines called for NO incarceration, Judge Strickland said anyone who steals needs to be locked up.
She'll allow Beville to serve his 30-day sentence on weekends.
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[Danville-Baby]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=mjo]
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A Danville man who was a suspect in the death of his infant son has apparently hanged himself.
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A janitor found the body of Jonathan Lakensay Chavious (Sha-VOSS) this morning in his apartment on Pleasantview Avenue.
That's where Chavious had lived with his girlfriend and eight- month old baby, Ryheen Lamar Chavious (Ra-HEEN Lamar Sha-VOSS).
The baby's mother is being held in the Danville jail, charged with felony child neglect.
Police say the baby was already dead when she brought him into the hospital for treatment more than a week ago.
Investigators say they'll have more information on the baby's death in the next few days.
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[SUPER=03-Bedford Co./Yesterday]


Autopsies are scheduled tomorrow morning for the victims of an apparent murder-suicide near Montvale.
Officials believe Allen Ray Brinn shot and killed his estranged wife, Cynthia, at the woman's home yesterday afternoon.
Brinn then killed himself as dozens of police officers surrounded the house.
A Bedford County deputy pulled Cynthia Brinn's body from the building while other officers tried without success to negotiate with her husband.
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[Murder-Hire]


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[SUPER=03-Pulaski/June 8;]


A grand jury today indicted a Wythe County woman for allegedly trying to hire someone to kill her romantic rival.


34- year old Julia Alderman was indicted in Pulaski County on three counts of murder for hire.
She allegedly talked with three women about the plot back in May.
Pulaski police say Alderman was having an affair with a married man and wanted his wife killed.
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[City-Council]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Roanoke's new city manager received a formal introduction today, and her first marching orders from members of City Council.
Darlene Burcham is due on the job by the end of the year.
[Double Boxes=ANCHOR/Newsroom]


But as Joe Dashiell reports her work has already begun.
[Live= Full/Newsroom]
[SUPER=@Joe1]


Keith, Darlene Burcham had a busy weekend... touring the city, finding an apartment, spending time in the emergency room after one of her daughters became ill.
But she says all of it has confirmed her belief that accepting Roanoke's offer was an excellent decision.
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((WILL YOU PLEASE WELCOME THE LADY STANDING IN THE BACK. OUR NEW CITY MANAGER- ELECT DARLENE BURCHAM.))
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She received a warm welcome, not to mention the star-shaped paperweight, at city council's afternoon session. Expected in Roanoke full-time a few days after Christmas, Burcham says she looking forward to the challenge.
Earlier during a lunch meeting with council, the school board and other city officials, mayor David Bowers suggested two areas that will demand her attention.
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((IF YOU WILL REMEMBER THOSE TWO PILLARS, I'M SURE THERE ARE OTHERS THAT OTHERS CAN EMPHASIZE, BUT THOSE TWO PILLARS OF WHAT WE WOULD LIKE FOR YOU TO DO IN YOUR AGENDA ARE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION. I THINK THOSE ARE TWO GOOD CHALLENGES FOR YOU AND FOR OUR COMMUNITY.))
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[OUT Q=and for our community.]


Burcham said she will work hard to keep citizens informed and involved in the city's business.
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((GOVERNMENT IS REALLY HERE AS A CATALYST, AS A CONVENER OFTEN TIMES OF PEOPLE SO THAT PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED, BUT THE SOLUTIONS TO MANY OF THE PROBLEMS THAT WE HAVE TODAY IN SOCIETY DON'T REST WITH GOVERNMENT, THEY REST WITH THE PEOPLE THEMSELVES.))
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Burcham will be back for a few days in early December... and then full time after December 28th.
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Until then Keith, Burcham says she'll be involved in quiet meetings, and quiet observation... then start the new year with a bang.

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Western Virginia lawmakers are edging up the food chain in Virginia's House of Delegates.
The story ahead.
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Plus - reminders in Southwest Virginia and the Roanoke Valley today that fire season is still in full swing.
We'll have details.
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Republicans have picked another delegate from Western Virginia for a leadership role in the House.
As expected, the GOP caucus named Vance Wilkins as House speaker.
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The group also chose Salem's Morgan Griffith as the new Majority Leader;
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((DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH/R- SALEM: HAVING LEADERSHIP FROM OUR PART OF THE STATE IS GOOD, BUT I DON'T THINK IT MEANS ONE PART OF THE STATE AGAINST ANOTHER. VANCE AND I WILL SERVE THE ENTIRE COMMONWEALTH IN OUR CAPACITIES AND WE'LL STRIVE TO MAKE SURE EVERY REGION OF THE COMMONWEALTH IS TREATED FAIRLY.))
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Another member of the Roanoke Valley delegation from the other side of the aisle is expected to have a key role in the new House.
Democrats will most likely pick Vinton delegate Dick Cranwell as minority leader.

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A brush fire in Franklin County kept officials busy this afternoon.
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More than two acres of woods caught fire near the Lake Shore Terrace subdivision.
Fire departments from Roanoke, Bedford and Franklin Counties lit a backfire to bring the flames under control.
Officials say the windy weather was a problem.
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So far, officials are not sure what started the fire.
The state forestry department will be looking into that.
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A brush fire in Montgomery County is now under control.
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A helicopter was brought in this afternoon to help contain the blaze-- which has consumed about four acres at the foot of Christiansburg mountain.
A fire line has been established to keep it from spreading.
A passing train may have started the fire.
Right now, forestry officials say the blaze is under control but they expect it to continue smoldering for another day or so.
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Stocks pretty much stayed in place today. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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The Danville tobacco market closed today... ending on an uncertain note for many area tobacco farmers.
[Double Boxes=ANCHOR/Microwave]


Marya Jones is in our Danville newsroom with more on why today's closing is a source of anxiety for them.
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The Danville tobacco market didn't fare too poorly this year --
But that wasn't any cause for celebration.
Farmers say their future hangs in the balance ... as they wait to see what the government and tobacco companies will do next.
(rollcue... and tobacco companies will do.)
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As the last bales of tobacco were auctioned off the warehouse floor, many farmers wondered if the bales they sold today would be their last.
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((CHARLIE COLES, JR.: THIS IS MY LIFE... IS TOBACCO. I LOVE IT. I'LL JUST GO DOWN WITH IT.)) [RUNS:08]
Charlie Coles has had to cut back the amount of tobacco he farms from 21 to 12 acres in the last few years.
And, as with most farmers, that's cut his income just as drastically.
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((CHARLIE COLES: I DON'T KNOW WHAT I'M GOING TO DO. I RECKON I'LL HAVE TO START RAISING PEANUTS OR SOMETHING. )) [RUNS:05]
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The next few months could be make or break for many tobacco growers.
The large amount of tobacco that the cigarette companies DON'T buy ... about 13 percent ... is feeding fears that there COULD be ANOTHER 20 percent reduction in quota -- which determines how much farmers can grow and earn.
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((HARRY LEA/WAREHOUSE OWNER: THE ONLY THING THAT'LL SAVE A WHOLE LOT OF THE GROWERS THIS YEAR AND IN THE FUTURE IS THE SETTLEMENT MONEY THAT THE INDUSTRY IS PAYING TO THE GROWERS.)) [RUNS:08]
Most are counting on money from the Master Settlement -- which gives them 25 cents a pound for the tobacco they grow.
But farmers like Charlie Coles say that's not enough to keep going.
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((CHARLIE COLES: I CAN'T AFFORD TO QUIT AND I CAN'T AFFORD TO KEEP ON... SO, I GUESS I'LL JUST HANG IN THERE.)) [RUNS:06] ))
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So, for now, that's what most farmers say they're trying to do.
Next month there may be some answers as the government tells them how much quota they're allowed to plant for the year ... AND they're scheduled to receive their first check from the Master Settlement.
[Double Boxes=ANCHOR/Microwave]


Keith?


[Kids-Cafe]


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[WRITER=jda]
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To local charities that feed the hungry, fresh produce is a valuable and often rare commodity... But today, they celebrated a major donation to the local food bank.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Workers at the Southwestern Virginia Second Harvest Food Bank unloaded three tractor trailer loads of fruits and vegetables.
It was a gift from the Kroger company and its suppliers of more than 100- thousand pounds of produce.
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((CALLIE SIMMONS/PEOPLE'S BAPTIST CHURCH: POTATOES, ONIONS AND THINGS LIKE THAT YOU CAN MAKE A MEAL OFF OF POTATOES ALONE IF YOU HAD TO. )) ((MARY SMITH/HILL ST. BAPTIST CHURCH: THIS HAS MEANT SO MUCH TO US, BECAUSE IN THE BEGINNING OF OUR PROGRAM WE HAD TO BUY FROM THE STORES AND THIS HELPS US TO FEED MORE PEOPLE THAN WE WERE ABLE TO FEED BEFORE.))
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Also today, the food bank announced a new program to fight hunger among children.
Working in partnership with Refugee and Immigration Services, the Science Museum of Western Virginia and the West End Center, the food bank will provide a nutritious afternoon snack or evening meal for children from low-income families.
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Coming your way on News 7 sports, the Hokies move another step closer to a bash on Bourbon Street. We'll hear from a member of the Sugar Bowl's executive committee. Plus, former Techster Tic Price is out of a job.
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And Dale and Ned Jarrett bask in the glow of DJ's first Winston Cup Champion.
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Last Monday Hokie fans all across the Commonwealth were so mad at the Bowl Championship Series rankings they were seeing Orange - as in Tennessee Orange. But Arkansas took out the Vols on Saturday right
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Last Saturday; :00]

right before the Hokies started raised Cane at Lane. The new BCS rankings that are out tonight have Tech in second place behind the Florida State Seminoles and nearly 2 and half points in front of the new number 3 team Nebraska.
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[OUT Q=...IN THE COUNTRY."]
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[VO NAT CON'T] Zatarain believes Tech is in the Sugar Bowl - IF it wins out. What he would really like is a Hokies-Seminoles matchup.
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[wipe to pinnacle page] And folks you will want to keep your eye on Your Hometown Station this Saturday afternoon. Join us at three o'clock as the Florida Gators host the unbeaten Seminoles in the swamp in Gainesville right here on WDBJ-7.
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By the way Tech's strength of schedule improved only improve 6 spots this week to 54th.
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And Tennessee only dropped three spots to fifth in the new BCS poll.


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Only Maryland stands in the way of Virginia's 13th straight seven win season. Both the Cavaliers and the Terps will be chasing milestones at College Park on Saturday.
Steve Mason has more.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Former Hokie Tic Price, has abruptly resigned as the head basketball coach of the University of Memphis Tigers.

Price, who graduated from Tech in 1979,
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-NCAA; :00]

is a Danville native, who was an all-state player in high school at GW. Memphis athletic director R.C. Johnson would not elaborate on the reason Price resigned .
But the sudden announcement comes two days after an unsigned fax was sent to the university accusing Price of assaulting a female student at his home last month. Price played on Tech's Metro Conference title team in 79.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Dale Jarrett won his first ever Winston Cup championship yesterday and in so doing became the sport's 23rd king.

But it's how he carries himself off the track that impresses his dad, a two time champion himself.
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[S-Nervo]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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One of the area's top long distance runners appears to be saving her best for last. Trish Nervo, a former Glenvar standout who is now a senior at North Carolina,
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville/Last Year; ;00]

won this past weekend's NCAA southeast regional cross country meet at Furman. Nervo posted the best 5K time of her career at 17 minutes and 3 seconds. She beat over 200 other women to get the victory and advance to the NCAA championships on November 22nd in Bloomington, Indiana.
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Part of the roof at the Roanoke County Health Department office in Vinton has collapsed.
Firefighters say one person inside the building was hurt.
Officials say his injuries appear to be minor.
A new air conditioning unit was put on the roof last week.
That's where the roof gave way.
Pollard Street in downtown Vinton has been blocked off.
We'll have more on the story on News-7 at 11.

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