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Dublin man charged with malicious wounding

A Dublin man is facing a felony malicious wounding charge in connection with an incident on Black Hollow Road Monday.
According to Virginia State Police, Danny Ray Small II, 19, of Dunbar Street, is charged with maliciously wounding Michael Ray Lambert, 38, of Flanagan Avenue in Dublin.
First Sgt. Mike Honaker said Trooper A. W. Crigger and deputies with the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office were called to the scene of a wreck on Black Hollow Road Monday. Upon arrival, they found a 1987 Chevrolet pickup overturned in a field.
At that point, the driver of the vehicle (alleged to be Small) was identified by deputies as being the suspect in an assault a short time earlier at Lambert’s Black Hollow residence.
Crigger’s preliminary investigation determined Small and another person went to the Lambert residence around 4:30 a.m., seeking a place to “lie down for a while.”
After speaking briefly with Small’s brother, Crigger said, the men were allowed into the home, where Small is alleged to have used a baseball bat to strike Lambert in the head. Police said he also tried to strike three other individuals with the bat before fleeing the scene. A short distance from the incident, Small allegedly crashed.
Lambert’s brother, Kevin, transported Lambert to the New River Valley Medical Center for treatment.
“The victim in this incident sustained a very significant and serious head injury as a result of being struck with a baseball bat,” Honaker said.
“Fortunately, it does not appear to be life- threatening at this time, but he still has a very serious head injury.”
“At this time, we are not sure what prompted Small to become violent, but the incident is still under investigation,” he said.
Crigger was assisted in the investigation by Sgt. Danny Johnson and Cpl. J. W. David of the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office.
Small is being held at the New River Valley Regional Jail in Dublin without bond.

Dublin man charged with malicious wounding

A Dublin man is facing a felony malicious wounding charge in connection with an incident on Black Hollow Road Monday.
According to Virginia State Police, Danny Ray Small II, 19, of Dunbar Street, is charged with maliciously wounding Michael Ray Lambert, 38, of Flanagan Avenue in Dublin.
First Sgt. Mike Honaker said Trooper A. W. Crigger and deputies with the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office were called to the scene of a wreck on Black Hollow Road Monday. Upon arrival, they found a 1987 Chevrolet pickup overturned in a field.
At that point, the driver of the vehicle (alleged to be Small) was identified by deputies as being the suspect in an assault a short time earlier at Lambert’s Black Hollow residence.
Crigger’s preliminary investigation determined Small and another person went to the Lambert residence around 4:30 a.m., seeking a place to “lie down for a while.”
After speaking briefly with Small’s brother, Crigger said, the men were allowed into the home, where Small is alleged to have used a baseball bat to strike Lambert in the head. Police said he also tried to strike three other individuals with the bat before fleeing the scene. A short distance from the incident, Small allegedly crashed.
Lambert’s brother, Kevin, transported Lambert to the New River Valley Medical Center for treatment.
“The victim in this incident sustained a very significant and serious head injury as a result of being struck with a baseball bat,” Honaker said.
“Fortunately, it does not appear to be life- threatening at this time, but he still has a very serious head injury.”
“At this time, we are not sure what prompted Small to become violent, but the incident is still under investigation,” he said.
Crigger was assisted in the investigation by Sgt. Danny Johnson and Cpl. J. W. David of the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office.
Small is being held at the New River Valley Regional Jail in Dublin without bond.