Location – Waverly, VA The witness stated he had nothing to do with the crime. Former Hopewell High School Blue Devil standout Tabyus Taylor was jailed for armed robbery charges later dropped. He was then arrested again and charged with armed robbery, use of a firearm in commission of a felony and malicious shooting, also dismissed. Now Taylor faces charges of conspiracy to commit robbery. The interesting thing is that they changed the victim’s name to another name, which I believe substantially alters the charge, Randall said. It’s obviously an issue from a legal standpoint. – attorney Jack Randall read the full article at the Progress-Index Is it possible someone has ever been held in jail for a crime they did not commit?
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