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Three fixtures in the Alexandria community, all as prominent as they were loved, were gunned down inside their homes for reasons that elude police.
(Marvin Joseph / The Washington Post)
Charles Severance, officially declared competent, is requesting a change of venue.
(Matt McClain / The Washington Post)
Charles Severance’s attorneys request more time to assess report on his competence to stand trial.
(Bill O'Leary / The Washington Post)
A psychologist will test Charles Severance, who is charged in three high-profile Alexandria slayings.
Prosecutors, defense attorneys will discuss results of psychological evaluation for Charles Severance.
(Katherine Frey / The Washington Post)
Charles Severance, charged in three Alexandria shootings, hated “enforcement class,” authorities say.
No new details emerged during Severance’s court appearance, but there was plenty of legal haggling.
(Ricky Carioti / The Washington Post)
Authorities said they moved the murder defendant to avoid the appearance of a conflict of interest.
(RICKY CARIOTI / THE WASHINGTON POST)
A car seen speeding from the Lodato shooting is similar to Charles Severance’s, a search warrant says.
Matt Zapotosky and Rachel Weiner
Charles Severance is charged with three killings in Alexandria. But the motive is a lingering question.
Nancy Dunning was killed in 2003, Ronald Kirby in 2013 and Ruthanne Lodato in 2014.
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