A jury in Culpeper Circuit Court recommended a three-year sentence for a former police officer who shot and killed an unarmed woman last February.
A 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.
A jury has found a former Culpeper police officer guilty of voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death of an unarmed woman.
he 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.
The 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.
The Culpeper police officer charged with killing an unarmed woman has been fired.
Court filings by prosecutors show a Culpeper police officer accused of killing a woman was hired over the objections of his superiors.
A 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.
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