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Police Respond To Sunday Night Disorder In Scottsville

Police Respond To Sunday Night Disorder In Scottsville

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There was a disorder late Sunday night in downtown Scottsville, and one man suffered a knife wound. Carter Johnson of the Albemarle Police says the problems did not end there. Up to 40 people were involved in the disorder that stretched from the part of Scottsville near the James River to an Exxon station. Albemarle got some backup from the Scottsville Police, the State Police, the Fluvanna Sheriff’s Office, and two state game wardens.

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