Hurst Involved in Radford Vandalism Report
ABC13 News reported that Delegate Chris Hurst was pulled over Monday night after a deputy with the Radford City Sheriff’s Office saw a woman messing with campaign signs near a voting precinct.
The traffic stop ended with Radford police issuing Hurst a notice of suspension. Radford City Sheriff Mark Armentrout said the notice informs the driver of the vehicle that their license is currently suspended.
The Roanoke Times reported: Del. Chris Hurst, D-Blacksburg, who is running for a third term on Tuesday’s ballot, was stopped in Radford Monday night after a companion was seen “turning over, bending over” campaign signs, said Radford Sheriff Mark Armentrout, a Republican who is himself running for re-election.
The delegate was given a notification for driving with a suspended license, the sheriff said.
At the request of Radford City Police Chief Jeff Dodson, the Virginia State Police has been contacted and the matter has been transferred to the Virginia State Police. Any further request for comment should be directed to the Virginia State Police.