Culpeper Crime News
Culpeper Town Council sends letter to Megan Frederick critical of her refusal to prosecute cases involving police officer.
On May 12, the council voted 5-4 to keep Burgandine Avenue open, but decided to hold a special meeting to discuss other traffic calming measures to slow down or greatly reduce cu-through traffic..then came an assertion of tampering by a town employee with the traffic study that supported that decision,,,now a new recommendation.
Thousands of dollars worth of vandalism in several reported areas. Police seeking information.
Just a few hours away from the start of the annual Firemans Parade, a police officer is injured.
Efforts to close Burgandine Avenue by some residents take a new turn, council's attempts to look at alternatives postponed.
Scott Jenkins has met a number of goals in his first term as Culpeper County’s sheriff, but he says there is unfinished business as his reason for seeking a second four-year term.
Sheriff Scott Jenkins is warning residents that there is a new element to the scam: “swatting.”
Fatal Crash Investigation – On May 15th at 12:17AM, investigators from the Crash Investigation Unit responded to the area of Dumfries Rd and Talon Dr in Dumfries (22025) to investigate a two vehicle crash.
The Robert E. Peters Building Dedication will be taking place at 11 a.m. Friday, May 15, 2015.
Cleanup of crash, fuel spill ongoing; detour established for motorists, Accident occurred around 12:30 p.m. Delays for several hours anticipated.