ᐅ Domestic Violence Registry – Virginia (VA)

Domestic violence is a serious criminal charge in Virginia. A conviction for domestic violence can result in jail time, fines, and restrictions on contacting the other person even after being released. Even an arrest for domestic violence can harm someone's reputation despite the fact that they were never convicted.

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Elizabeth Ann Isom
Bond: $2500
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Arrested Oct 05, 2019
• family offense minors cruelty and injuries to children
• family offense minors gross/wanton/reckless care of child
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Nicholas Lee Isom
Bond: $2500
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Arrested Oct 05, 2019
• family offense minors gross/wanton/reckless care of child
• family offense minors cruelty and injuries to children
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7 thoughts on “ᐅ Domestic Violence Registry – Virginia (VA)”

  1. Multiple violations and convictions of domestic violence against wife that on file with the courts with current protective order in place

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  2. I Am Dustin Bonitatis and wife lied about me to police and I was told because i was big guy i was guilty she lied about me in 2019 and i almost faced 15 years!! She admitted to court that she lied About everything!

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  3. Nicholas Billingsley has been charged since he was 13 for violent offenses ranging from holding Hanover juvenile facility hostage to carrying a gun as a convicted felon and domestic violence multiple times. He even held his family hostage at Thanksgiving and had to be shot with rubber bullets! Yet he is continually released after only six months or a year.

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