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Judge dismisses Konick’s suit against town, Inn

Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey W. Parker rejected lawyer David Konick’s suit against the Town of Washington and the Inn at Little Washington last Thursday, ruling for a second and final time that Konick hadn’t the standing to challenge the legality…
Lottery tampering earns community service

In circuit court, a Culpeper resident was sentenced to community service for lottery tampering at Hillsdale Country Store. Other cases involved speeding and reckless driving, probation violation and indecent exposure.
Upgraded post office will stay in town

The Inn at Little Washington has extended its lease of street-level Krebser Building space to the U.S. Postal Service through November, and an Inn spokesman says a long-term lease (“at least 10 years”) is in the works.
Abduction, eluding charges face defendants

Actions in Rappahannock County District Court this Tuesday (Aug.4) included arraignments on charges ranging from abduction to DWI to eluding police. Meanwhile, dates are set in Konick vs. Town of Washington and Spethmann civil cases in circuit court.
Town resident joins Konick suit

Though the Washington Town Council conducted its business Monday night in another just-under-an-hour-long monthly meeting at town hall, most of the news from town again came from the other end of Gay Street — at the Circuit Court clerk’s office.
Grand larceny case goes to grand jury

In Rappahannock County District Court Tuesday (July 7), the case of Christopher W. Sutphin, 22, of Culpeper, charged with grand larceny, was certified to the grand jury. Sutphin and Garth Q. Lotane, 26, also of Culpeper, were charged in connection…
The Inn sues Konick, charges ‘abuse of process’

The Inn at Little Washington filed a countersuit in Rappahannock County Circuit Court last week seeking a monetary judgement and punitive damages of at least $100,000 against Rappahannock lawyer David Konick for his alleged “abuse of the legal process.”
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.
Konick refiles suit against town, Inn

Out-of-court negotiations for a settlement failed to produce an agreement last week, as Rappahannock lawyer David Konick filed an amended petition in circuit court last Thursday (June 18), again seeking the court’s judgment on allegedly illegal actions by the town…
Town vs. Konick: Still no agreement

As the Rappahannock News went to press Wednesday, lawyers for the town of Washington and the Inn at Little Washington were still negotiating a possible settlement with attorney David Konick.