Wednesday night's vigil for Yeardley Love at the McIntire Amphitheater on the UVA campus will be public and open to the entire university and Charlottesville community.
The vigil begins at 8pm.
((HT: WCAV-TV Charlottesville))
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President John Casteen, Student Council President Colin Hood and fourth-year class President Sarah Elaine Hart will deliver remarks at the vigil, all accompanied by musical tributes and a candlelight vigil.
Hood said the entire program will last about an hour.
Other developments Wednesday: A police officer in southwest Virginia says she arrested Huguely in the town of Lexington back in November of 2008.
Officer R.L. Moss says Huguely was arrested for public intoxication after leaving a fraternity party at Washington & Lee University. The arresting officer said Huguely was yelling obscenities and threatening to kill her.
Moss shocked Huguely with a stun gun after resisting arrest for public intoxication.
She said in a statement Tuesday that she felt it necessary to use the stun gun because Huguely became abusive, and his size was "no match" for her.
Here's the statement From Lexington Police...
Officer Moss says she wasn't surprised that Huguely turned physical again. "Surprised that he was involved in another incident involving physical violence? No. Surprised that he was involved in an incident to this extent? Yes," said Officer Moss.
Records show Huguely pleaded guilty to two charges last year, was placed on six months of probation and given a 60-day suspended sentence.
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