Van shooting suspects denied bond

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Van shooting suspects denied bond

Less than one week after driving a van into a chain-link fence, Curtis Tyrell Montague, Candace Marie Williams and Jada Marie Dubrose Dickerson were denied bond until May 1, when they will appear in court to set a preliminary hearing. Together, Montague, Williams and Dickerson were charged with first-degree murder, robbery and firearms charges in connection with the death of Shawn Anthony Luck, who was shot in the van as it was careening down Fairview Avenue on April 8. Luck later died on Saturday, April 12.


Curtis Tyrell Montague, Jada Marie Dubrose Dickerson and Candace Marie Williams were denied bond until May 1, when they will appear in court to set a preliminary hearing.

The three were also charged with robbery, abduction and firearms counts in connection with an unrelated robbery earlier that day on Ridge Street. Of the three, only Williams has been convicted in Charlottesville on previous charges. In 2006, she was found guilty on a failure to appear related to a fraud charge.

Her codefendant, Dickerson, had a similar fraud charge dismissed in 2007. Meanwhile, Montague was convicted in Richmond of a misdemeanor coke possession in 2006, along with property damage and petty larceny.

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