Crime & Courts

Crime and Courts for Jan. 6

Circuit Court Charvez Ray Robinson, 22, of Lignum, Va., was sentenced last week to a seven-year jail term, convicted of possession of cocaine with intent to distribute. Judge Thomas D. Horn suspended all but seven […]

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Crime & Courts for Dec. 26

Pullen, Hicks trials set Murder and attempted murder charges will be heard next spring in Rappahannock County Circuit Court against two men accused in separate shooting incidents this summer. Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey W. Parker […]

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Crime & Courts for Dec. 9

Anna C. Clifford, 31, of Amisville was sentenced Tuesday by Rappahannock Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey W. Parker to two years of supervised probation, 100 hours of community service and loss of her driver’s license for […]

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Sheriff’s Report for Nov. 25

The Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Office charged Julius Ceasar Lucas, 19, of 24 Mason Mountain Lane, on Nov. 13 with underage possession of alcohol. Deputy Gary Jenkins also charged Lucas with trespassing after he was told […]

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Crime & Courts for Oct. 28

A 27-year-old Woodville man received a stiff sentence Friday (Oct. 22) for administering narcotics to his two-month-old daughter last December.

Rappahannock Circuit Court Judge Herman A. Whisenant Jr. sentenced Thomas Edward Lee III to more than 11 years in prison for felony child abuse and probation violations, suspending just over five years. Lee will serve the remaining six years and four months in a state correctional facility. […]

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Sheriff’s Report for Oct. 7

Robert Glaze, 25, of Gainesville, was charged with assault and battery on a family member Friday after the Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Office received a report that a woman was being assaulted with a pitchfork on […]

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Sheriff’s Report for Sept. 30

The Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Office responded to more than 250 calls for assistance this past week (through midday Monday), ranging from security checks and suspicious vehicles to reports of theft, fires and accidents. A deputy […]

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One dead, one injured in Old Hollow

A shooting in Sperryville Tuesday night has apparently left one man dead and another hospitalized.

Though the victims’ names could not be confirmed with the Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Office Wednesday, the injured man was identified by a family member as Buddy Pullen of the 100 block of Old Hollow Road. A family member said the dead man was his stepson, Herbert Wayne Jenkins, 44, who lived in the same house with Pullen and his wife, Anna. […]

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July 4 traffic fatalities decline again

During the July 4 holiday, traffic fatalities declined once again across Virginia. Of the 743 traffic crashes that state police responded to during the four-day statistical counting period, preliminary reports indicate that five of the crashes resulted in five deaths. In 2009, nine people were killed over a three-day holiday weekend. […]