Loudoun Grand Jury indicts Severance on weapons charges
A Loudoun County Grand Jury today indicted an Ashburn man wanted for questioning in three Alexandria murders over the past decade on weapons charges.
Charles Severance, 53, was indicted for possession of a firearm while a convicted felon.
Severance pleaded guilty of felony gun possession in 2005 in Rockingham County.
Severance's case has garnered state-wide attention due to his possible involvement in three shootings. Alexandria police have wanted to question Severance regarding the deaths of Nancy Dunning, Ron Kirby and Ruthanne Lodato, killed in 2003, 2013 and 2014 respectively, though Severance has not formally been named as a suspect.
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