William Lindamood Shooting, Winchester VA Shooting Victim Has Died

William Lindamood Shooting, Death – William Lindamood is no longer alive. We extend our heartfelt condolences. His friends and relatives have expressed their grief on social media, stating, “Winchester is truly hurting right now.” Despite the fact that I didn’t know him as well as the rest of the community, he had a huge impact on almost everyone I know. Rest in peace, William Lindamood.

Everyone you met was impressed by you, and we will all miss you. Prayers are being offered to you and your family during this difficult time. There are far too many people who die at much too young an age. May you rest in peace, William Lindamood, knowing that you will be missed by so many. According to police records, Doleman shot a 26-year-old acquaintance twice, once in the groin and once in the stomach, during an argument at a property on the first block of Gibbens Street. Doleman was apparently free on his own recognizance at the time of the shooting, after being suspected of punching and kicking a former girlfriend on February 7.

He was meant to be prosecuted in the Winchester General District Court for the minor offenses of assault and battery earlier this month; however, he did not appear for the trial, and a capias was issued for his arrest. In the state of Virginia, the maximum jail penalty for severe malicious wounding ranges from 20 years to life. Assault and battery are class A crimes with a potential penalty of one year in prison and a $2,500 fine. The victim of the incident survived the attack after receiving treatment at Winchester Medical Center.