VERONA, Virginia – The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office, with the assistance of the Virginia State Police, have arrested three Nexus Services executives on felony indictments handed down by an Augusta County Grand Jury.
Nexus Services is company that Citizen Stringer and Steve Oatley has covered extensively. Donavan and Moore have a criminal past, and their company has some seriously shady practices when it comes to the treatment of illegal immigrants and the perversion of “activism” in the name of a “reality show.”
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On Oct. 5, 2022, the following individuals were taken into custody without incident, following search warrants that were executed at various locations in the county, including the corporate offices of Nexus Services in Verona.
- Michael Paul Donovan, 45: Obtaining money by false pretense; Conspiracy to commit felony.
- Richard Edward Moore, 45: Obtaining money by false pretense; Conspiracy to commit felony.
- Timothy Wayne Shipe, 36: Obtaining money by false pretense; Conspiracy to commit felony.
- Timothy Wayne Donovan, 67: Obstruction of justice without force.
- Santos Vicente Putul-Ax,18: Obstruction of justice without force.
Timothy Wayne Donovan and Santos Vicente Putul-Ax were both arrested at Nexus Services for obstruction of justice during the execution of search warrants. Moore and Donovan were released on $50,000 secured bond. Timothy Shipe was released on $5,000 unsecured bond. Santos Putul-Ax is being held without bond at Middle River Regional Jail. The investigation remains ongoing at this time.
Donovan confirmed to local outlets that three of their properties were searched including the Nexus campus, his home, and one of the Vice President’s homes.
“We witnessed the dispatcher deliver copies of the warrant to the residence to the officers there as they were finished,” he stressed.
The indictment also mentions Zak Cruz, who Donovan calls his son and has been featured on their reality streaming series. Cruz is the brother of Nikolas Cruz, the 2018 Parkland Florida High School shooting suspect.