Police: Chris Brown's Community Service Being Determined

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    Richmond police say they still are working out what types of chores Chris Brown will perform during six months of community labor a judge ordered him to complete for beating ex-girlfriend Rihanna.

    Brown was sentenced in California Tuesday to five years' probation, community labor and domestic violence counseling for the February attack. The judge allowed him to complete the community labor and counseling in Richmond, near his Montpelier home.

    Police spokesman James Mercante said details of when Brown would start and what he would be doing were not yet determined. The judge wanted 20-year-old Brown to perform physical labor instead of community service, such as mentoring young people.

    Commonwealth Catholic Charities would not reveal when Brown will start counseling there.

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