No Criminal Charges to Be Filed in Deeds Case

BATH COUNTY, Va. (WHSV) -- Late Wednesday, the Virginia State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation’s (BCI) Salem Field Office received notice from the Bath County Commonwealth’s Attorney, John C. Singleton, that he had completed his review of the Deeds investigation.

Since responding to the Deeds residence in Bath County the morning of Nov. 19, 2013, the state police has been actively investigating the malicious wounding of Senator Creigh Deeds, the suicide of Gus Deeds, and all circumstances surrounding this incident, to include the actions of individuals employed by Rockbridge Area Community Services.

Upon completion of its criminal investigation and in accordance with standard state police policy, the state police turned over its findings to the Bath County Commonwealth’s Attorney for final review and prosecutorial decision.

Singleton's decision now concludes the state police investigation.


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