High-profile cases end in prison time

Michael Raymond Doyle was sentenced to 13 months in prison for eluding police and damaging a dwelling in December, and Amissville 19-year-old's drug conviction brings three years and four months in the state penitentiary.
Boston man charged with indecent exposure

Kevin Robert Flynn, 32, of Boston was arrested Monday (June 8) and charged with indecent exposure after allegedly exposing himself in the Rappahannock County Circuit Court Clerk’s office.
PCP-fueled hit-and-run driver sentenced

The Culpeper man who drove a pickup truck that struck a car driven by Robin Sue Burke last fall, knocking her car into the path of an oncoming vehicle on U.S. 522, was sentenced to 18 months in jail.
Lottery tampering case goes to grand jury

Three felony counts of tampering with Virginia Lottery scratch-off tickets while she was employed at Hillsdale Country Store near Washington were certified to the grand jury in the case against 30-year-old Shamaila Tanweer of Culpeper.
Rappahannock at Home: neighbors helping neighbors 

The senior population of Rappahannock County, as in many other communities around the country, is growing. Community activist Hal Hunter, inspired by working village organizations around the country, has been working on an organization called Rappahannock at Home to help…

In district court April 21, 23-year-old Cory Patrick Rinker of Bristow was found guilty by Judge J. Gregory Ashwell of possessing marijuana and sentenced to 30 days in jail, with 24 days suspended and the rest to be served weekends.

Eric Alvin Phillips, the 29-year-old Flint Hill resident who was chief of the Flint Hill Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department last year, appeared in Rappahannock County Circuit Court last April 16 to seek his release on bond from RSW Regional…

DWI, possession of marijuana, and other misdemeanors topped the docket in District Court on April 7 and 14. Actions on April 7 included: Michael Joseph McKiernan of Castleton, Richard Wayne Gallihugh, Jr. of Castleton, and Richard Wayne Bates, Jr. of…

Serious crimes carrying serious sentences topped the agenda in Circuit Court on Tuesday (Jan 27). Jeremy Dylan Newcamp, 19, of Castleton, pleaded guilty to one count each of assault and battery, grand larceny and entering a structure with the intent…