There are no statutes of limitations for felony charges in Virginia. You would need to contact the police department where the acts occurred. A detective will investigate the charges and report their findings to the Commonwealth Attorney's office; if they then find it appropriate, they will file criminal charges. As for civil remedies, I believe the statute of limitations has run on any claims you may have had.
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