virginia state police say troopers found the remains of quincy davis in her car last june, when troopers pulled her over on i- 64. police tell us davis attended school in virginia beach, but no one had seen or heard from him since 2004. slaton is due in court next week. portsmouth's top attorney does not want police officers to wear their uniforms in court during a high-profile murder case involving a former officer. the commonwealth's attorney filed the request yesterday ahead of stephen rankin's murder trial. rankin faces charges for shooting and killing 18-year-old william chapman in april. unarmed when rankin confronted him in the walmart parking lot on frederick boulevard. the commonwealth's attorney and chapman's family say letting uniformed officers into court may influence the jury. (47:42 16) earl ((we are not intimidated to the fact that we are scared no but we also feel that could be an intimidating factor to the jury and we are very much concerned about that.)) runs; 10 rankin's attorney says he disagrees with the motion. a judge is scheduled to hear the motion next tuesday.
this is the first time we're seeing video of troopers say she left the body of her son, quincy davis, in the trunk of her vehicle last year. slaton heard her charges yesterday. investigators indicted her earlier this month. a newport news police officer faces charges and is on administrative leave this morning. laila underwood is destruction of property and misdemeanor assault on a family member. police say her husband reported she assaulted him, broke his car windows, and damaged his property during a fight tuesday night. officer underwood says her husband assaulted and threatened her. kevin underwood is charged with misdeanor assault. new this morning, hampton police say a missing teenager is safe. 17-year-old jarrett ellis has been missing since last friday. investigators sent us a tweet late last night, saying he was back with his family. developing news out of portsmouth city council. it fined a second councilman more than $1-thousand dollars, ordinance. danny meeks says he got the notice this week because of an article in the virginian-pilot. in it, he discusses garbage disposal
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