Delegate David Toscano’s wife injured in assault/burglary
Charlottesville Police are reporting that a Burglary/Abduction/Assault took place at the home of Delegate David Toscano yesterday. Toscano’s wife, Nancy Tramontin. suffered non-life threatening injuries as the result of this incident. She was treated at MJH and released. According to a release, police have arrested Claire Kennedy Ogilvie (pictured), 35 of Charlottesville, in connection with the incident, who has been charged with malicious wounding, abduction, and burglary. Ogilvie was known to Delegate Toscano and his wife. Police believe this in an isolated incident and it is still under investigation.
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Sad for Nancy and hope she’s on the mend! (According to Martindale.com, the alleged assailant is a graduate of Yale, of GW Law, and was admitted to the D.C. bar in 2007. More recently, according to her public profile at LinkedIn, the Charlottesville-area resident has served as a science teacher at the Peabody School where her sidelights include teaching yoga, poker, and choreographed dance– as well as launching a student volleyball team.)
Thanks for details, Hawes!
Looks like she’s a science teacher at William Monroe Highschool
She has also been a contestant on Jeopardy! and Who Wants to be a Millionaire?
The College Championship version of Jeopardy in 1998, while at Yale, where she made it to the semi-finals
From Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
After a week for loooove, we’re back with Claire Ogilvie, a law student from Washington, DC. So far, she’s at $2000 with all her lifelines intact. But she needs the help of the people on $4000: Bill Clinton’s 1996 campaign prominently featured the theme “building a bridge to the” what? The audiences agree on “the 21st Century”.
Then she needs the 50/50 on $16,000: In which of these races do participants travel the farthest? That leaves Tour de France and Ironman Triathlon. She goes for the Tour de France… and gets to see the $25,000 milestone!
… which goes like this: In his famous essay, “Self-Reliance,” who wrote “To be great is to be misunderstood”? a) Henry David Thoreau b) Mark Twain c) Walt Whitman d) Ralph Waldo Emerson. Thanks to her high-school English teacher, Claire locks in D as her final answer… and she has $25,000!
For $50,000: Garrison Keillor named his radio show, “A Prairie Home Companion”, after a what? a) Book b) Cemetary c) Fly-fishing stream d) Family farm. She switches out. Correct: B. New question: According to a DOJ study, about how many Americans were in prison, on probation or on parole in 2003? a) 1.3 million b) 2.5 million c) 4.7 million d) 6.5 million. She’s thinking “somewhere around one percent” of all Americans. She goes to her PAF, law professor Michael. “One in 32. About 6.9 million, I think.” She takes the freeball… And they’re right!
For $100,000: Which of these is not one of the three stars that form the belt in the constellation Orion? a) Alnitak b) Mintaka c) Rastaban d) Alnilam. After mulling over probability for a bit, Claire decides to walk. She would’ve guessed Rastaban… and she would’ve been right.
Hopefully her loss is Marianne Naglic’s gain. She comes to us from Bound Brook, NJ. She needs to ask the audience what a “kiwi” is (besides a New Zealander). NYC and AOL return with a bird, giving her $1000. She returns tomorrow with $2000.
This is a Very, Very, Very odd story. I wonder what really happened and why. Sad for many no doubt!!!!