From the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office: On Saturday, 10/3/2015, Investigators with the Bedford Co Sheriff’s Office Vice/Narcotics Interdiction Unit obtained a search warrant for 1012 Miller Hollow Rd, Goodview, VA, based on information that Investigators obtained in reference to the occupants possessing and distributing heroin from their home. Upon execution of the Search Warrant, Piotr (Peter) Pawel Korczynski (35 yoa) and his wife, Jessica Korczynski (32 yoa) and juvenile child, 6 years of age, were found in the home.
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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) _ Gov. Terry McAuliffe has confirmed he is incentivizing Deschutes Brewery of Bend, Oregon to pick Virginia as its new East Coast site. Multiple media outlets report that Deschutes is looking at different places on the East Coast to house its first area location. The Daily Progress of Charlottesville reports that McAuliffe visited the brewery in mid-September to help entice the brewery to break ground in the commonwealth. McAuliffe says he is under a non-disclosure agreement and could not say much about Deschutes and its interest in Virginia, but that they are deciding between Virginia and another state. Deschutes CEO Michael LaLonde says nothing has been ruled out and that they will make a decision by the end of the year.
ROANOKE, Va. (AP) _ A Roanoke County woman has been sentenced to an additional six years and two months in prison for driving drunk in violation of her probation that stemmed from a fatal construction zone crash in 2008. Media outlets report 49-year-old Tracie Nininger’s suspended sentence in the 2008 case was revoked for her guilty plea to driving drunk last year in Roanoke. A judge imposed the new sentence Monday. Nininger was convicted in the 2008 crash that killed 46-year-old construction worker Richard Slone. She served two-and-a-half years in prison for driving under the influence of alcohol and aggravated involuntary manslaughter. She previously was sentenced to five years in prison in the 2014 case.