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Virginia Tech Students Charged With Burglary & Malicious Wounding

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Brandon Gravett Brandon Gravett
Maxim Girshevitky Maxim Girshevitky

Blacksburg, VA - Two Virginia Tech students are in jail Thursday afternoon, charged with burglary and malicious wounding.

Thursday at about 3 a.m., Blacksburg Police say they responded to a residence in the 1300 Block of Giles Avenue for a report of a burglary in progress. When they got there, they found a man who had been assaulted.

Police say he was hit with a blunt object. He was transported by ambulance to a local hospital where he was treated and released.

Tech students Brandon Gravett and Maxim Girshevitky are both being held in the Montgomery County Jail without bond.

Police are still investigating and ask that anyone with information contact the Blacksburg Police Department at (540) 961-1150. Anonymous information may be reported via the Blacksburg Police Department's "TIP" line at (540) 961-1819 or through email at ciu@blacksburg.gov.

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