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French, Fenceroy and accused Cosby vandals appear in court

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - Updates to three court cases NBC12 has been following.

Cosby High School vandalism

NBC12 has learned three more people have been charged in the June vandalism of Cosby High School.

Joseph Robson and Ellett McGeorge, both 18, and a 17-year-old are also facing charges in the vandalism of Cosby High School along with Sean Cummings, Christian Evers, Michael Ramkey Jr. and Nicholas Rosswog, all 18-years-old.

The six adults appeared in Chesterfield County General District Court this morning for a preliminary hearing but it was postponed because the judge recused himself.  His son graduated from Cosby High School. 

They will be back in court in October.

Evers, Ramkey, Cummings, Robson and McGeorge are facing felony vandalism charges.  Rosswog and the 17-year-old's charges are misdeameanors. 

It is not known when the 17-year-old will appear in court.

Darren Fenceroy

Darren Fenceroy appeared in Prince George County General District Court Monday morning for his charges.  Prosecutors said he helped move Solomon's car after Solomon surrendered to police. 

Solomon has been charged in the death of Tameka Claiborne.  Her body was found on the banks of the James River in Charles City County.

Fenceroy will be back in court on October 4 for a preliminary hearing.  Fenceroy made no comment to media after the hearing.

Justin French

Justin French was arraigned in Richmond City General District Court Monday morning after being arrested Friday at Richmond International Aiport by Virginia State Police.  He has been charged with eight counts of forged public documents and one count of writing a bad check.

The judge set his bond for $150,000.  He will be back in court in November.

French is a prominent Richmond developer.  The FBI and IRS raided his downtown office on August 5. 

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