Commonwealth v. Timothy Dason Holloman Jr.; Multiple Convictions Violate Terms of Felon’s Probation; 12 Years, 9 Months added to 20-Year Sentence

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Harvey L. Bryant, Commonwealth’s Attorney for the City of Virginia Beach, announced today that Timothy Dason Holloman Jr., 30, formerly residing in the 200 block of Pinner Street in Suffolk, Virginia, was sentenced for a Violation of Probation.  Circuit Court Judge Glenn R. Croshaw revoked Holloman’s previously suspended sentence of 18 years and nine (9) months, and re-suspended six (6) years, leaving 12 years and nine (9) months to serve. This is in addition to a twenty-year sentence he is currently serving for charges related to a robbery and shooting in January, 2011.   

Holloman was previously convicted of Larceny from the Person committed in 2004, and Grand Larceny, Forgery, and Uttering a Forged Check committed in 2006.  He served one (1) year and three (3) months in jail for those charges, and an additional 18 years and nine (9) months were suspended conditioned upon twenty (20) years of good behavior.  New criminal convictions are violations of a defendant’s “good behavior” period, and can result in the Court revoking prison time that was previously suspended. 

On November 16, 2011, Holloman was convicted of Aggravated Malicious Wounding, Robbery, two (2) counts of Use of a Firearm, and Possession of a Firearm. Around 9 a.m. on January 3, 2011, a manager at the Village Inn on Independence Boulevard in Virginia Beach walked next door to the Bank of America to deposit over $11,000 in restaurant proceeds.  Holloman approached him with the lower portion of his face masked.  He shot the victim in the leg as he ordered him to drop the money.  He then repeated the command and shot the victim in the wrist.  As the victim lay on the ground, Holloman took the bag with the money and fled in a gray car.


Virginia Beach police responded, and witnesses provided them with a description of the getaway vehicle.  The victim crawled into the bank for help.  He has since undergone three surgeries. He has permanent plates and screws in his arm, nerve damage, and a constant limp.  The getaway vehicle was recovered nearby and found to be registered to Holloman’s mother.  Holloman’s fingerprints were on the car, and a receipt from a pawn shop with Holloman’s name on it was found inside it.  A receipt from the Village Inn was also inside the vehicle.  A sweatshirt and mask were found lying on the ground near the scene of the crime.  Holloman’s DNA was on the mask.  Holloman was a former employee of the Village Inn.


These cases were prosecuted by Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney David W. Laird and Senior Commonwealth’s Attorney S. Catherine Dodson.  Please contact Macie Pridgen if additional information is desired.