Culpeper Crime News
The estate of former inmate Shawn C. Berry filed a 19-page civil lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Charlottesville Tuesday against the Central Virginia Regional Jail Authority, former jail Superintendent F. Glenn Aylor, nine named jail personnel and numerous unnamed staff alleging medical malpractice resulted in the “deliberate torture and killing of Berry.”
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 cut-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.