A Prince George County woman who created counterfeit oxycodone prescriptions and directed others to pick up the drugs was convicted Monday for her role of helping lead a regional oxycodone drug ring while the group’s chief was jailed.
According to media accounts of the crime and trials, Stephanie L. Cull, who had juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, was the least culpable of the four and was the driver of the vehicle used by the three other killers.
A North Chesterfield man was killed early Friday morning in Richmond County when the car he was driving ran off the side of the road, struck some trees and he was ejected, according to the Virginia State Police.
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