Attorney general, community leaders reaffirm commitment to senior citizens

Signers of the Lancaster/Northumberland Triad agreement, from left, are Northumberland County Sheriff Johnny Beauchamp, Lancaster County Sheriff Patrick McCranie, Northumberland County Commonwealth’s Attorney Jane Wrightson, Attorney General Mark Herring, Lancaster County Victim Witness Program Director David Farley, Lancaster County Commonwealth’s Attorney Anthony Spencer and Visiting Angels owner/director and Triad president Frank McCarthy.

by Jackie Nunnery

KILMARNOCK—Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring stopped by Visiting Angels’ Kilmarnock office January 15 to speak to seniors, law enforcement and community organizations about protecting seniors.

He was there to sign an agreement making the Lancaster/Northumberland Triad officially one of the 200 chapters across the Commonwealth. According to the Attorney General’s office (AGO), Virginia has the highest number of active local groups in the nation and is the only state with a statewide coordinated office within the AGO.

Visiting Angels owner/director and the president of the Northumberland/Lancaster Triad, Frank McCarthy, explained the…


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