What's the most memorable local crime?


Derek Breen:
The most memorable crime in Charlottesville is me having my identity stolen. I think they stole my tax records, then they got into my accounts and opened a new credit card."

Judy Bias:
"That mayor who murdered his wife. They lynched him." [A jury convicted Charlottesville mayor Samuel McCue in the 1904 killing of his wife, Fannie, and he was subsequently hanged.]

Joseph Beery:
"The most memorable crime in my lifetime was the disappearance of Katie Worsky in the early 1980s. They still haven't found her body."