Virginia WOMAN suspected of KILLING Three ROOMMATES Arrested After High-Speed Chase in New York


A Woman who is suspected of killing her three roommates in Virginia was taken into custody following a high-speed chase that took place in New York, which is over 400 miles distant.

According to a press release issued by the Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office, Alyssa Venable, who was 23 years old, was responsible for the deaths of her housemates who were 60, 65, and 77 years old residing in the same house. Gregory Powell, Carol Reese, and Robert McGuire were discovered dead with “upper body trauma” on the evening of June 4, Deputies stated that they had received a request for a welfare check and discovered deceased individuals.

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An additional investigation and the gathering of evidence led to the discovery that a roommate was responsible for the horrible act that was perpetrated, according to the officials. According to the authorities, Venable had already fled the state, and they started looking for her from that point on. Venable may have shaved her head, according to the deputies, and they offered a potential reward for information that could lead to her successful arrest.

According to the authorities, New York State Police troopers noticed Venable’s 2009 Honda Civic in Steuben County at approximately six minutes before six o’clock in the evening on June 6. They attempted to pull her over.

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According to, she refused to stop, and she led the police on a pursuit that reached speeds of one hundred miles per hour. The pursuit continued until the pursuers burst her tires, which ultimately led to her crash. For injuries that were not considered to be life-threatening, she was transported to a hospital, and according to the authorities, she is expected to be extradited to Virginia.

According to the Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office, she was wanted for three charges of second-degree murder and use of a handgun during the commission of a felony. She was also wanted for use of a firearm without permission. Approximately sixty miles to the north of Richmond is where you can find Spotsylvania County.

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