Virginia, February 15

BIG ROCK, Va. — Laura Click, 29, of Big Rock, Virginia has been sentenced to spend the next 10 years in prison following a sentencing hearing in the Buchanan County Circuit Court resulting from her conviction for conspiracy to commit robbery.

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