According to a written witness statement, Jenkins, 53, of Sperryville, was observed on January 24, 2017, in the parking lot of the Union Bank & Trust in Washington striking parked cars with a skillet.
Former Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Deputy Ryan Matthew McCormack of Amissville has issued a plea of not guilty surrounding the alleged felony sexual assault of a child younger than 13.
Bryan Daniel Graves, 29, of Rixeyville was sentenced on charges of driving while intoxicated and causing maiming and a second-time DWI offense; and a 19-year-old Amissville resident denied bond for breaking and entering offense.
A local attorney who has practiced law in the County for 14 years is the newly appointed judge to the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court for Rappahannock, Fauquier, and Loudoun counties.
Two Amissville men have been arrested on numerous felony charges stemming from a seven-month long burglary investigation by the Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Office.
A Rappahannock County sheriff's deputy, who already possessed a criminal record, has been indicted on charges of “felony object sexual penetration of a juvenile.”
Two unrelated lawsuits were filed against the county, one targeting the current and former revenue commissioners over land use, the other follows up the petitioner's previous suit against the zoning board.
David Michael Williams, 24, of Chester Gap appeared in court Tuesday to be formally sentenced for involuntary manslaughter in the death of his girlfriend Brittney Danielle Koster.
In a brief but emotional court appearance, 29-year-old Bryan Daniel Graves pleaded guilty in Rappahannock County Circuit Court Monday (Jan. 9) to both charges against him: driving while intoxicated and causing maiming, a felony; and a second-time DWI offense, a…
Rappahannock County Commonwealth’s Attorney Art Goff says he has reached a plea agreement with the driver of a pickup truck that crashed head-on into Sperryville resident Virginie Audrain’s car last January.
Speeding one too many times can earn you jail time and a suspended driver’s license, a consequence discovered Tuesday by an Amissville resident who was found guilty in a bench trial of reckless driving by speeding.
Washington resident Bette Mahoney filed a $1 million lawsuit in County Circuit Court against the Inn at Little Washington, claiming negligence and failure to maintain premises by the Inn that created “a dangerous and hazardous condition.”
The supervisors were present in the courtroom, four of the five being respondents in a circuit court suit filed against the board in Sept. by attorney David Konick on behalf of Sperryville llama farmer Marian Bragg.
A circuit court grand jury indicted Derek Briggs Murray, 28, of Winchester, on a charge of breaking and entering; and Susan Michelle Altenhein, 48, of Marshall, on a charge of possession of a controlled substance.
Grief and regret (and heightened security) were palpable in court Monday morning (Oct. 31), as David Michael Williams pleaded guilty to accidentally killing his girlfriend last December in Chester Gap.
Drunk- and drugged-driving arrests in Rappahannock County increased 60 percent in 2013-2015 over the previous seven years. Why?