Convicted Murderer Epperly Denied Parole

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Convicted Murderer Epperly Denied Parole 2I was notified at 1:46 p.m. today that the Virginia Parole Board has denied this latest parole request for Stephen Epperly. Pulaski County justice continues to stand.

Over forty years ago, a jury of his peers recommended he spend the rest of life in prison and today is one step closer to making sure that happens. Mr. Epperly should know by now that as long as I am in office, we will meet him at the gates of parole with a visceral objection.

The continued efforts by Gina Hall’s family to make sure she is never forgotten is truly remarkable. We will stand with them any day.

The justice that Everett Shockley fought so hard to achieve should never ever be diluted by Stephen Epperly’s release. I am sure Richmond will give him another bid at parole and I am damn sure we will be ready to fight that one as well.

Justin L. Griffith
Commonwealth Attorney
Pulaski County