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Adjunct Professor

Phone: (540) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: i***@***.us
Local Address:  Roanoke , Virginia , United States
Radford University
1 East Main Street
Radford , Virginia 24142
United States

Company Description: Radford University was established in 1910 and continues to offer undergraduate programs in 100+ fields and graduate programs including the MBA, MFA, and...   more

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Radford City Police Lieutenant Andy ..., 28 April 2014 [cached]
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.
Radford man dies in late-night crash; excessive speed blamed, 11 Dec 2002 [cached]
Because of that, investigators are still unsure who was driving, said detective Andy Wilburn of the Radford Police Department.
Police are still investigating whether alcohol was also a factor in the crash, Wilburn said.
Police are also unsure how fast the car was traveling when the driver lost control near the shopping center.Based on skid marks and the amount of damage, they suspect it was well above the posted 35 mph limit, Wilburn said.
Whoever was driving apparently lost control, skidded into a snowbank and sent the car airborne, police said.From there, the car struck a telephone pole, several street signs and another snowbank before overturning in the Dollar General parking lot.
Andy Wilburn with the ..., 11 July 2014 [cached]
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.
Andy Wilburn with the ..., 16 April 2011 [cached]
Andy Wilburn with the Radford Police Department said Friday, but there were indications of alcohol use.
Wilburn said investigators don't yet know what factor, if any, alcohol played in Brennan's fall.
"Without getting his BAC [blood-alcohol content] or levels from his blood we won't really know," Wilburn said.
A roommate of Brennan's placed the 911 call, Wilburn said.
Wilburn wouldn't detail witnesses' accounts of the fall, but said that everyone has been cooperative and all of the stories match, which is part of the reason investigators don't believe foul play was involved.
Andy Wilburn of the ..., 5 May 2011 [cached]
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.
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