Staunton Police Charge Teenager With Murder

Staunton Police Charge Teenager With Murder

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Staunton Police have charged a male teenager from the Shenandoah Valley with first degree murder. The 16-year-old who’s now in custody was arrested one day after a man’s body was found on the golf course of Gypsy Hill Park. The teenager is accused of Staunton’s first homicide of 2014. The victim is 26-year-old Julian L. Parrott of Staunton. The teenaged suspect is being held at the Shenandoah Valley Detention Center.

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