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Andy Wilburn

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Radford Public Library

HQ Phone:  (540) 831-5000

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Radford Public Library

801 E Main St

Radford, Virginia,24142

United States

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Radford University was established in 1910 and continues to offer undergraduate programs in 100+ fields and graduate programs including the MBA, MFA, and health-related doctorates. Radford University is one of Virginias 8 doctoral degree granting public univer... more

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www.southwesttimes.com

Andy Wilburn with the Radford Police Department.
Upon arrival, emergency responders found the North side of the residence at 524 Clement Street to be engulfed in flames, said Wilburn, who also noted that the residence was found to be unoccupied. The fire department extinguished the flames, but the fire had already caused extensive damage to the building. As officers were responding to this fire, they noticed another close by residence catching fire at 530 Clement Street. When units arrived to this address, items in the carport of the residence were on fire, according to Wilburn, and the fire was quickly extinguished with no major structural damage. Wilburn said both fires are believed to be intentionally set, but neither house had anyone living in them.


www.wdbj7.com

Radford City Police Lieutenant Andy Wilburn wasn't an investigator on the case at the time, but has taken the initiative to reopen it in hopes of finding closure for the family.
"Investigators got the conviction back then and I just felt like it deserved another look," said Wilburn. "Fresh eyes." He said the murder conviction was huge for not only Hall's family, but for law enforcement and the justice system in Virginia.


pcpatriot.com [cached]

Andy Wilburn with the Radford Police Dept. says Mr. Rivens turned himself in tonight without incident.


www.ruwhim.com

Andy Wilburn of the Radford Police Department.
Wilburn is the event coordinator for the Radford collection site of the National Take Back Initiative, a nationwide event sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Administration that gives people a way to safely dispose of prescription drugs. In the Franklin case, the extremely potent morphine she overdosed on originally came from a deceased hospice patient, who had been prescribed the drug for pain management. Wilburn said Radford authorities are trying to combat the problem locally. "We collected probably 200 pounds of medication," Wilburn said. That's 200 pounds of medication no longer at risk of being misused. Wilburn said people shouldn't be afraid or embarrassed to bring their old medications to the event. "The only thing I don't do is ask them what's in the bag," Wilburn said. Wilburn said the first Drug Take Back event consisted mostly of the elderly dropping off their unused prescriptions. He also said that he received many thanks from people for providing them the means to dispose of their old prescriptions. Andy Wilburn at 540-267-3201.


www.southwesttimes.com

Andy Wilburn with Radford City Police Department, numerous RU students gathered on Fairfax Street in the area of 2nd Avenue as news began to spread that Navy Seals had killed the man who masterminded the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks that killed more than 3,000 people.
Wilburn said the size of the crowd continued to grow, with at least 1,000 people believed to be participating at one point. Due to the size of the crowd, officers from other agencies were called to help monitor the activity. Wilburn said Radford University Police, Virginia State Police and Montgomery County Sheriff's Office assisted Radford City officers. The gathering started around 11:30 p.m. on Fairfax Street, but "moved and gathered in several different areas" throughout the course of the event, which lasted until around 3:30 a.m. Monday. "Several in the crowd waved U.S. flags while singing patriotic songs," Wilburn said. "Several couches and dumpsters were set on fire, but overall the event remained peaceful in nature." Two people were arrested, according to Wilburn.


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