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?
David Michael Williams was arraigned today in Rappahannock County Circuit Court on a charge of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Brittney Danielle Koster last December.
Last Friday (Oct. 21), Dodson attempted to stop a vehicle on Zachary Taylor Highway for a traffic violation, which drove off. The driver, Gary Lee Allison, 39, of Front Royal, was arrested and charged with driving under the influence and…
After a 25 minutes of argument regarding Bragg vs. the Board of Supervisors in circuit court last Thursday (Oct. 6), the case was postponed until the Monday after Thanksgiving.
Two Chester Gap residents are arraigned, and a speeder loses his appeal in a jury trial in Rappahannock County court this week.
Bryan Graves, facing charges of driving while intoxicated and causing maiming, a felony; and a second-time DWI offense, a misdemeanor, appeared in Rappahannock County Circuit Court last Thursday (Aug. 18) to set a trial date.
Two cases involving neighbor-to-neighbor disputes were settled in Rappahannock County District Court Tuesday (Aug. 9).
Telephone fraud is rapidly increasing across the country. As in Virginia, where the number of telephone fraud reports ranks the state 11th in the country, it’s also happening in Rappahannock County.
Three northern Virginia men on motorcycles pleaded guilty to reckless driving by speed and were sentenced in District Court and alcohol-related cases top the July 12th docket.
Murder, pornography and felony DWI criminal cases move closer to resolution in circuit court.