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Edinburg woman charged with malicious wounding

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Shenandoah County sheriff's deputies say they arrested an Edinburg woman and charged her with malicious wounding Sunday after a confrontation in which another person was also charged.

Deputies reported that Sierra Nicole Miller, 23, of 4064 Rose Bud Court, hit another female on the side of the head with a bottle. Lt. Darcy Dellinger said the victim was taken to Shenandoah Memorial Hospital with a non-life threatening injury.

Dellinger said the conflict grew out of a confrontation the night before involving different people. Miller went to a residence where the victim was inside with several others, and an argument broke out, he said.

Deputies also arrested Richard David Runion Jr., 46, of 284 Dale Drive in Mount Jackson as a result of the incident. He was charged with brandishing a firearm. Dellinger said Runion displayed the gun in a threatening manner in response to Miller's alleged attack on the victim.

Both defendants are scheduled to appear at 9 a.m. Sept. 21 in Shenandoah County General District Court.


Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.

I think a suspended sentence and a little probation is in order here!

REDNECK HICKS! Plain and simple. These ignorant people don't seem to understand anything but violence and it's everywhere: TV, movies, videos, music, etc.

I feel sorry for teacher's today because most of them have to deal with this stupid mentality as much from the parents as the kids.

I agree with Diana. Maybe if these kids these days had parents instead of parental figures who want to be their best friends, they would have some discipline. I say forget the suspended sentence. Give her the full time.

So a beer bottle over the head is a "redneck hick" type of thing? So what would you call this incident at a bar in the middle of the Commons in Arlington? A political compromise? Maybe an intellectual disagreement?

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