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Firearms on school property case continues to grand jury

Felony charges of possession of firearms on school property against four men were certified to grand jury, following a preliminary hearing in Gloucester General District Court last week.

Cases against Trevor Herrin of Williamsburg, Derek Coblentz of Prospect, Christopher Cordasco of Williamsburg, and Antonio Hernandez of Fishersville, will now be considered by the grand jury on Jan. 3, 2024 in Gloucester Circuit Court.

Each man was charged with possession of a firearm on school grounds, a Class 6 felony, after bringing firearms to the T.C. Walker Education Center during the July 11 Gloucester County School Board meeting. Herrin was also charged with a misdemeanor count of unlawful possession of a concealed firearm, which was nolle prossed. The men were charged on July 14.

The T.C. Walker building is owned by the school board and is the location of Head Start (preschool) classes and is a licensed day care facility.During the hearing, defense counsel argued whether T.C. Walker ...

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