Judge Approves $300K Settlement In Deadly Police ShootingA judge has approved a $300,000 settlement of a lawsuit stemming from a fatal police shooting in Culpeper.
Cop Convicted of Fatally Shooting Unarmed Woman Loses AppealA former Culpeper police officer who fatally shot an unarmed woman has lost an appeal of his conviction.
Jury Recommends 3 Years in Slaying by Ex-OfficerA jury in Culpeper Circuit Court recommended a three-year sentence for a former police officer who shot and killed an unarmed woman last February.
Possible Jury Misconduct For Ex-Culpeper Officer's Murder TrialA former Culpeper police officer was found guilty Tuesday of manslaughter in the Feb. 2012 shooting death of an unarmed woman, but the use of a dictionary by jury members could lead to a mistrial.
Ex-Culpeper Officer Found Guilty of ManslaughterA jury has found a former Culpeper police officer guilty of voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death of an unarmed woman.
Trial of Va. Cop Accused of Murdering Woman Underwayhe trial of a former Culpeper police officer charged with murder is under way. Opening arguments are scheduled to begin Wednesday in Culpeper County Circuit Court in the case of Daniel Harmon-Wright.
Culpeper Cop's Murder Trial BeginsThe case of a former Culpeper police officer charged with murder is heading to trial. Daniel Harmon-Wright's trial is scheduled to begin Tuesday morning in Culpeper County Circuit Court.
Culpeper Police Officer Indicted In Shooting Of Unarmed Woman FiredThe Culpeper police officer charged with killing an unarmed woman has been fired.
Hiring Was Opposed For Culpeper Police Officer Accused Of Killing A WomanCourt filings by prosecutors show a Culpeper police officer accused of killing a woman was hired over the objections of his superiors.
Culpeper Police Officer Daniel Harmon-Wright Charged In Fatal Shooting Of Patricia Ann CookA special investigative grand jury has indicted Daniel Harmon-Wright, a Culpeper police officer, in the fatal shooting of Patricia Ann Cook. The officer's mother, Bethany Sullivan, was indicted for trying to destroy negative information in his police personnel file.