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June 3, 2011
9am Great Scope Microscope,Estate 70.5HX36W Storage Cabinet, 60inch Mentor Series Computer Desk, Mead Full Size Futon with Mattress&Cover,4Drawer Steel File Cabinet, 4  Best of the West Collectible Figures:General Custer, Sam Cobra, Sheriff Garrett, Geronimo,Cat in the Hat Series by Dr.Seuss(23 books);Roll Out Steel Trundle Bed Frame,Desk, Butcher Block Coffee Table,Denny's Antenna, J Bar for mounting Antenna(never used);Foundation Blocks,Paver,Cinder Blocks . SALE WILL BE HELD IN THE BASEMENT.
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Web Staff | August 21, 2010
Firefighters responded to a fire at 460 Arbutus Avenue SE in Roanoke. The call came in at 12:50 p.m. on Saturday and the fire was under control by 1:08 p.m. Five people were in the building when the fire broke out. Two were treated for smoke inhalation on the scene. There were no injuries to EMS personnel. The fire started in the basement and was contained to that area. The cause is still under investigation. Damages to the building are estimated at $10,000.
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Justin Ward and WDBJ7 Reporter | February 25, 2013
An emergency for a rescue squad in Henry County and not one that requires an ambulance and fire truck. Mold; lots of mold, is crippling the squad's building. "It's in the ceiling tile, floor tile," said Darren Lockridge, the president of the Martinsville-Henry County Rescue Squad Association who works closely with each volunteer station. It started in the kitchen. "It was just literally soft and rotten to the point where I could grab it with my bare hand and pull it away like it was a soaked sponge," Lockridge said.
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Justin McLeod and Reporter | August 12, 2011
He's helped protect and serve the City of Lexington for nearly two decades.  Now a Lexington Police officer and his family need your help getting back on their feet. Mark Riley lives in the Bustleburg section of Rockbridge County.  On April 16th, a storm came through causing major flooding.  At the Riley's home, a basement wall collapsed and it was full of mud as well as several feet of water. Riley told News 7 "you work all your life for everything and just in a moment's notice everything is gone.
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Web Staff | November 21, 2012
UPDATE: November 22, 3:00 pm- A Roanoke man has now been charged with murder in a domestic incident in Hurt Park Wednesday. Police have charged Claude Ndumurwanko after they say he stabbed his wife, Miriam Ndarugiriye, and tried to hang himself. Their children were locked inside the home on Salem Avenue during the alleged incident and an adult son likely saved Ndurmurwanko's life. He is currently in the Roanoke city jail. Here is the news release from Roanoke City Police: The Roanoke Police Department makes an arrest in the homicide that occurred on November 21, 2012, in the 1300 block of Salem Avenue.
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WDBJ7 Web Staff | May 25, 2012
A Christiansburg woman who planned her husband's murder will serve 40 years in prison. 23-year-old Danielle McPeak was sentenced Friday in Montgomery County. She had already pleaded guilty and been convicted on first-degree murder. In December 2010, McPeak's husband, Matthew McPeak, was ambushed in the basement of his Christiansburg home. Investigators say Matthew McPeak was stabbed to death by Danielle McPeak's boyfriend, Don Walker. Walker is expected to plead guilty on July 3. He is a former U.S. Marine.
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WDBJ7 Web Staff | May 9, 2013
Officials carried out a meth lab bust in Salem on Thursday, resulting in the arrest of two Salem residents on related drug and gun charges. According to a news release, Kenneth Shelton, 25, and Lisa Mason, 50, were occupants of the Salem home on North Bruffey Street where the meth lab bust was made. Both were arrested on Thursday and are now facing charges. Officers from the Salem Police Department, Virginia State Police, and the Roanoke DEA Task Force searched the Salem home around 2:30 p.m. as part of a methamphetamine manufacturing investigation.
FEATURES
July 14, 2011
7 am - 3 pm Cleaning out basement and closets. Clothes, picture frames, suitcases, artificial  floral arrangements, various other items.
NEWS
WDBJ Web Staff | May 15, 2011
A house fire early Sunday along Valleydale Dr. in Lynchburg claimed the lives of 2 people. The fire began around 5:30 a.m. in the basement. A total of 6 people were inside the house at the time.  3 were inside the home, and 3 people were living in the basement apartment.  The 2 that did not make it out of the home were found in the basement. Fire officials believe the blaze was accidental in nature, but the cause is under investigation. Check back for updates throughout the day, and tune in to News 7 at 6 and 11 for the latest on this deadly fire.
FEATURES
October 5, 2011
8 am - 2 pm Cleaning out our basement; Large collection including household items, crib, clothes, travel bags, office material, (Hon) lateral 4-drawer file cabinets, chairs, books, and much more.
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