Cumberland Man Gets 10-Year Sentence For Two Deaths In Louisa

Cumberland Man Gets 10-Year Sentence For Two Deaths In Louisa

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A judge in Louisa County has given a man 10 years in prison for the deaths of two people.  Circuit Judge Tim Sanner gave Kenneth G. Wadford of Cumberland County 26 years behind bars, and then suspended 16 years of the sentence.  The 30-year-old Wadford has been convicted of involuntary manslaughter, hit-and-run, and driving on a revoked license.  Wadford was driving a van that killed a motorcycle rider and his passenger last June along Route 522 in Louisa. Both of the victims were from Spotsylvania County.


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