The individual is under investigation for “a probable 12 burglary crime spree involving four counties over ten days.”
A judge in Loudoun County, Virginia, withdrew the county’s Commonwealth Attorney’s office from prosecution of serial burglary because the agency “deliberately deceived the Court and the public.” After describing the action as “unprecedented,” the Republican candidate for Attorney General in the state is now prepared to weigh in on the matter.
In an order that removed the office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney under Buta Biberaj from the criminal case, Judge James Plowman of the Loudoun County Circuit Court wrote: “The Commonwealth is deliberately misleading the Court and the public to sell the plea agreement for some reason that has yet to be explained.”
According to The News God, Kevin Enrique Valle, who was accused of three misdemeanors for property destruction and fake identification, as well as two felonies in connection with burglary, was the subject of a court order. The order required him to stay away from the community.
According to Plowman’s claims, prosecutor Michele Burton made a deal with Valle to reduce his sentence to six months in exchange for not bringing any burglary charges against Valle and downplaying Valle’s prior criminal history. This deal was presented by Burton to Valle.