Woman accused of assaulting state delegate faces new charges

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- The woman accused of assaulting the wife of a state delegate now faces felony charges.

WCAV reports that a grand jury indicted Claire Ogilvie on charges of malicious wounding, abduction and breaking and entering.

Police said the former high school teacher broke into the Charlottesville home of state delegate David Toscano in February and attacked his wife, Nancy.

The Toscanos said they met Ogilvie during a semester at sea voyage in 2010, but cut ties with her in 2012 after she developed "an unsettling interest" in the family.

Ogilvie is scheduled to be arraigned on Sept. 17.

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  • manalishi

    Your right! Charlotesville teacher (has to be a democrat to get that job) , and a democrat delegates wife. How is that any different than a black on black crime? And why should “whitey” care?

  • Robbie

    Crushing, I am appalled that you can’t get what this woman really is right. She is a well educated trailer trash bytch. If you’re going to call us krackers and whiteys at least get it straight.

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