The owner of three Anatolian shepherd guard dogs at a Flint Hill sheep and cattle farm is scheduled be in Rappahannock County General District Court June 14 to address civil charges that the dogs are dangerous.
Marijuana possession and firearms figured prominently in proceedings in Rappahannock County District Court last Tuesday (May 10).
A Rappahannock County Circuit Court grand jury handed down indictments April 21 for homicide, firearms charges and a third offense of DWI within 10 years.
The March 8 docket in Rappahannock District Court reflected defendants who have been in and out of the courtroom on a number of occasions.
Commonwealth’s Attorney Art Goff was charged with failure to stay right of center after he swerved on Rudasill Mill Road last Wednesday (Feb. 10) and hit an oncoming car driven by Daphne Hutchinson of Washington. He apparently dropped something inside…
Before appearing in court, Woodbridge resident Nina Renee Kempson faced charges of a second offense of DWI and second refusal to submit to a blood or breath test. The charges stemmed from a traffic stop on July 18, 2015, by…
A complex, sometimes arcane, discussion between Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey W. Parker, Commonwealth’s Attorney Art Goff and attorney Frank Reynolds last Thursday (Jan. 21) ended with an innovative compromise sentence.
The busy morning sessions of Rappahannock District Court on Tuesday (Jan. 19) saw cases finalized, charges amended and sentences imposed.
The Inn at Little Washington’s lawsuit against local attorney David L. Konick will move forward, once Inn attorney David Fiske can specify damages caused by Konick’s legal actions against the Town’s largest landowner.
In Rappahannock County District Court last Monday (Jan. 11) a grand jury returned indictments against two area men.
In Rappahannock District Court Tuesday (Jan. 5) Judge J. Gregory Ashwell presided over a diverse docket of charges including high-speed racing, assault and battery, marijuana and underage alcohol possession, and DWI, among others.
Sheriff Connie C. Smith, re-elected to her third term in November, was sworn in for another term at the Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Office last Tuesday (Dec. 29)
The Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate the Dec. 15 shooting death in Chester Gap of 25-year-old Brittney Koster of Woodbridge, whose boyfriend remains in custody without bond, charged with involuntary manslaughter and two other gun-related felonies.
Rappahannock County resident Thomas Edward Lee III, 33, remains in custody in Fauquier County after being charged with two counts of breaking and entering after a homeowner found the Washington resident inside their home.
A 22-year-old Chester Gap man is being held without bond at RSW Regional Jail this week after police say he unintentionally shot and killed his girlfriend, Brittney Koster, at home just after midnight Tuesday.
In Rappahannock County District Court this Tuesday (Dec. 15), the case of 26-year-old Haymarket resident Rajesh Pramod Patil, charged with eluding/disregarding police, a felony, was certified to the grand jury. Two misdemeanor charges of general reckless driving and reckless driving…