Rappahannock County Sheriff Connie Compton said her office has received more reports of stolen and vandalized signs this year than in previous election years. “We see ‘Biden’ on the Trump signs and ‘Trump’ on the Biden signs,” Compton said. “It’s pretty equal across the two political parties.”
Treasurer Debra Knick said this week, it is safe to assume the county has already paid $50,000-plus in outside attorneys’ fees to defend itself in the FOIA-related case.
Lawrence “Junior” Wood Jr., of Amissville, is scheduled to be sentenced next Tuesday for his 58th alleged criminal violation in Rappahannock County alone.
Benjamin Allen Temple, former principal of the Rappahannock County Elementary School, has been acquitted in Hanover County Circuit Court of serious charges stemming from an incident last September at King’s Dominion.
Additional details have emerged surrounding a Friday morning incident at the Harris Hollow home of Rappahannock County Supervisor Keir Whitson, which left the elected official and his family shaken.
“It’s important for the public to know that we actually substantially prevailed,” Rappahannock County Attorney Art Goff stressed in a sit-down interview this week.
Newly acquired law enforcement documents describe disturbing details of a shooting last summer on Hunters Road in Tiger Valley, including bullets fired into a bathroom.
Washington resident Brittney Lee had another day in Rappahannock County General District Court Tuesday to face her latest DWI and other alcohol-related charges.
According to Rappahannock County Sheriff Connie Compton, “charges are pending” against a Rappahannock County man with a long criminal record surrounding a suspicious fire at his house last Friday afternoon in the 400 block of Aaron Mountain Road in Castleton.
‘If there is any single person who gets credit for having what we have in Rappahannock County — the lack of development and open spaces — it's him’
Could have been charged with felonies, says special prosecutor“...There’s no indication that the defendant did this to make money. It’s more than an oversight, more than just a mistake, but normally in embezzlement you see a pattern of practice—that ‘I am doing this to support a drug habit, …
Governor Ralph Northam started the new year by unveiling a proposed criminal justice reform agenda for the 2020 General Assembly Session. Legislative initiatives include decriminalization of marijuana, parole reform, raising the felony larceny threshold, raising the age of juvenile transfer …
While describing an assault that has perhaps left her with permanent injuries, county resident Jessica Haese broke down while on the stand in Rappahannock County General District Court Tuesday, prompting Judge Gregory W. Ashwell to ask if she would like a break.
Evonne Marie Pullen, a disabled woman who grew up in Rappahannock County and subsequently moved to Front Royal, Winchester, and finally Evansville, IN, was found earlier this week murdered and buried in an Indiana garage.
The Fauquier County Sheriff's Office says two suspects are in custody and two are still on the run after a double shooting Tuesday afternoon at the Warrenton Walmart.
Rappahannock County Elementary School Principal Ben Temple is now on unpaid administrative leave, based according to a senior RCPS official on new information reported by the Rappahannock News surrounding the principal’s arrest last month at Kings Dominion in Doswell.
Fourteen area residents, including all of Warren County’s leading government officials, have been indicted on misdemeanor charges related to an ongoing investigation involving the Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority (EDA).
The Rappahannock County Grand Jury will reconvene this Friday, Sept. 20, to deliberate on new charges brought by Commonwealth’s Attorney Art Goff against Thighe Kavanagh.
Virginia State Police Superintendent and Rappahannock native Colonel Gary T. Settle has overseen the release of his department’s detailed 2018 Virginia Uniform Crime Report, which includes Rappahannock County, compiled and published annually in conjunction with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Three months after Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey W. Parker dismissed Harris Hollow resident George M. Sonnett, Jr.’s suit charging three county supervisors with violating the state’s Conflict of Interest Act (COIA), Sonnett is appealing to Virginia’s Supreme Court.