The Henrico Police Department has arrested Wendyll Brownie for the attempted murder of a 78 year old woman on October 21, 2017. According to reports, the 39 year old Wendyll Brownie beat the the elderly woman and then set fire to her home in the 100 block of North New Avenue.
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