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Culpeper Police make arrest in Saturday shooting On Saturday, April 16, 2016 at approximately 2:35 in the afternoon officers from the Culpeper Police Department responded to the area of Fairfax Street for report of a shooting that had just occurred. These officers were assisted by deputies from the Culpeper County Sheriff ’s Office. After locating the victim and obtaining preliminary information, law enforcement officials set up a perimeter in an attempt to confine the suspect. Officers on scene requested the assistance from the Leon Brock Culpeper Police Department’s Investigations Section. The victim was a 49 year old male, who was transported to UVA Culpeper Hospital with an apparent gunshot wound. The victim was then transferred to UVA Medical Center in Charlottesville, VA, for further treatment. Detectives arrived on scene and began to conduct interviews and collect physical evidence. Through the interviews detectives developed a suspect, Leon Brock, 25, of the 800 Block of Persimmon Place in Culpeper, VA. Brock was arrested on Monday, April 18, 2016 on four felony charges including: aggravated malicious wounding, shooting in the commission of a felony, use of a firearm while committing a felony, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. An additional charge of discharging a firearm within Town limits was also served on Brock. Currently the investigation is active and ongoing. However, based on the preliminary investigation this appears to be an isolated incident. The Culpeper Police Department is asking the community for any information related to this incident. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective J. O’Neill at 540-727-7900. The community can provide anonymous information through Crime Solvers by calling 540-7270300.

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Governor’s School candidates Culpeper County Public Schools is pleased to announce that eight high school students have received invitations to attend one of Virginia’s Summer Residential Governor’s Schools this year. In addition, one student has received an invitation to the Foreign Language Academy for Spanish, and one student was designated as an alternate. The selection process for these programs is highly competitive among high school students across the state. Invitations were extended as follows: Summer Residential Governor’s Schools Culpeper County High School Alex Brewer – Math, Science and Technology, Lynchburg College Libby Caballero – Visual and Performing Arts, Radford University Alexis Hinton - Visual and Performing Arts, Radford University William McClenny - Math, Science and Technology, Lynchburg College Edward Myers II – Agriculture, Virginia Tech Eastern View High School Abigail Dunahoo – Math, Science, and Technology, Lynchburg College Lenna Neely – Agriculture, Virginia Tech Benjamin Stephenson – Life Sciences and Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia Foreign Language Academies Culpeper County High School Jacob Waters – Spanish, Washington and Lee University Alternate: Bailey Wilson – Foreign Language Academy for Spanish, Washington & Lee University Congratulations to these students!

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County budget: Schools a winner By Anita L. Sherman STAFF WRITER

County administrator John Egertson gave a short presentation Tuesday evening during the public hearing focused on the highlights of the FY proposed budget. Coming in at $158.9M, this budget represents about a $4M increase from the FY16 budget at $154.1M. That being said, the biggest item of interest for most county residents is that the budget includes no tax increase. Tax rates for real estate remain as they did last year at $.66 on the dollar with fire and rescue at $.07 keeping the county tax rate at $.73. More good news is that the general fund balance is at 16 percent. Fiscally conservative, county officials like to keep it hovering around 15 so it’s in better shape. The big winner from this year’s budget process is the school system. Superintendent Dr. Brads had requested an additional $3M dollars largely to increase the starting salaries of teachers to further the county’s efforts of being competitive in teacher recruitment and reten-

tion. There are also six new teaching positions. That $3M would be divided between the county and state revenues. The board barely blinked in coming up with their share of $1.5M. For President of the Culpeper County Education Association Matt Ortman, the news was cause for jubilation. “We’ve needed to be at market...we’re playing catch up,” said Ortman adding, “I’m proud to stand in front of you as a united partner in this effort. This is a huge step in the right direction...we need to continue the momentum.” While not getting all the patrol cars that he initially requested, the Culpeper County Sheriff’s office is approved for six new patrol cars at a price tag of $270,000. Also, two new bailiffs and two nurses to be added to the jail staff. Doris Clatterbuck, who works for the county’s human services division, echoed Ortman’s remarks. “You’ve all done a wonderful job with this year’s budget. Thank you.” The board will vote on the proposed budget at their May meeting.

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BEHIND THE BADGE Tharp known for his sharp wit Mention Freddie Tharp at the Culpeper Sheriff’s Office and immediately someone says, “I’ve got a story to tell you!” The gregarious Sergeant is known for his quick wit and engaging humor -- less known are the internationally famous people he has meet during his long career in law enforcement. The names roll off his tongue as easily as water flows downhill: Zacarias Moussaoui otherwise known as the twentieth hijacker on 9/11, Robert Hanssen who spied for the Soviet Union while an agent with the FBI, John Walker Lindh who joined the Taliban and became known as the American Taliban, Theresa Squillacote and Jim Clark who were both part of a Russian espionage ring in Washington, D C. “I was able to communicate with them while they were being held,” Tharp explained. At that time Tharp worked for the Alexandria Sheriff’s Office while he continued to work part-time for Culpeper. Moussaoui would often attempt to convert Tharp to Islam during their

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Sergeant, Civil Process Married: 4 children, 1 grandchild Hobbies: Drag Racing, fishing, hot wheel car collecting, old cars conversations at the Alexandria jail. “I told him that’s exactly what you need: a redneck Muslim,” Tharp said. “I could joke with him because I think he respected me,” Tharp said. “I told him he was a bad terrorist because he got caught. He agreed with me.” Tharp began his career in law enforcement under Culpeper Sheriff Robert Peters in 1983. “I think of him almost as a father,” Tharp said of the former sheriff. Tharp started in the old jail with “the iron bars” as he put it, before going on to be a road deputy. Then in 1990 he and Rusty Jenkins worked together as DARE Officers mentoring and teaching students in the Culpeper School System.

“That was one of the best jobs in my career,” he said. “People still come up to me and tell me they were in my DARE class.” In 1992 he left the DARE program to work as a court bailiff. Tharp met Moussaoui and the others when he took a jailer job at the Alexandria Sheriff’s Office starting in 1995. Tharp’s personality and gift of gab seemed to allow him more communication than most had with the inmates. Conversations got deep and sometimes startlingly direct. Moussaoui once told Tharp, “We’re brothers by blood, enemies by nature and I’d kill you just as quick as you would kill me.” Tharp is now retired but works part time as a civil process server. He and five others in the civil process team are all retired and bring a total of 190 years of experience to the job. “We serve 1,5,00 to 1,800 papers a month,” Tharp said. “Freddie and the others in civil process have a knowledge of the county and a connection to the citizens that makes their value to our office priceless,” Sheriff Scott Jenkins said. “As a new deputy my job was

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much easier because of the foundation in the community that was made by deputies under Sheriff Peters' administration like Freddie,” Jenkins said. “They were respected for the way that they interacted and knew how to communicate with people of all walks of life. Our new deputies are fortunate to have the civil process guys around to learn things the academy is just not able to teach.”

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The young man looks around a bit confused. But not for long. “I’m looking for a birthday gift for my wife,” he says. “Would you like me to suggest a few ideas,” replies owner Erin Driver. “Sure,” was his reply and from there Driver’s instinct to gravitate toward things fun, colorful, sassy and sophisticated took over. It wasn’t long before he had chosen the perfect item, it was beautifully wrapped, and with a smile on his face, he left a happy camper. And, with an anniversary coming up, there’s a strong chance he’ll return. Driver, along with her husband Jim, have forged a personal and professional partnership that has worked over the decades. Warrenton Jewelers and Gifts is located at 524 Fletcher Drive in the Northrock Shopping Center in Warrenton.

Coming up on two years at this address, while the location is relatively new for them, their business is not. Jim, a seasoned goldsmith, hails from a family of jewelers. On site most days, you’ll find him available to help with your jewelry or watch repairs or to help design a new piece. When their children were young, Erin was home with them helping with the business in ways she could but when the youngest graduated from high school, she was ready to step full-time into the retail side. She’s had no regrets. “I love what I do, I love this job, I love the store,” says Erin, a perky and very optimistic shop keeper that over the years has expanded their products to include not only fine jewelry but high fashion costume jewelry and many gift items to include a line of baby items and handbags. When you step inside their store you can spend a few dollars or a few thousand dollars depending on what you are looking for. For certain, you’ll see something for yourself.

“Our products are high quality and unique,” smiles Driver. “I want to have items that you won’t find everywhere...different.” Checking out her collection of Vintage style jewelry could keep you glued to one corner of the store but if you’re a mom or grandma or aunt, her selection of baby’s items is equally tempting. And then there are those dazzling Spartina choices, a line hailing from the Carolinas but fast becoming favorites for the discerning pocketbook acquirer. Prom season means tuxedo rentals and Warrenton Jewelers has that service as well. Working for other jewelers over the years, the Drivers always had it in their minds to open their own retail store where they could combine Jim’s years of experience as a goldsmith with Erin’s knack for retail and accounting. For the past eight years they’ve made that happen working “shoulder to shoulder” for themselves as business partners and husband and wife.

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This current location has afforded them much more visibility and foot traffic. “We’re very blessed to be in this spot,” says Erin, “our old customers like it and we’re always welcoming new customers.” Once you’ve found your gift and picked out an appropriate card, one of the staff will be glad to wrap it. That comes as part of the service making Warrenton Jewelers and Gifts the perfect choice for one stop shopping.

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FILM: Black Stallion shows during the State Theatre's Sunday Funday, April 24. • Details, Page 12

CULPEPER APRIL 22

EVHS presents Shakespeare at Lenn Park

SALE • Spring Children's Con-

signment Sale from 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. On Saturday, April 23, from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. At this excellent sale you will find gently used children's clothing, toys, books, games, baby equipment and furniture, maternity wear and much more. Items are high quality and priced for the bargain hunter. Located in the gym at Epiphany Catholic School, 1211 East Grandview Avenue, Culpeper, VA 22701. Call 825-9017 for more information

MEETING • Wind of Change Prayer Summit. All Fresh Wind families are encouraged to attend our Wind of Change Prayer Summit. Are you ready to elevate your prayer life? Are you ready for change in your life NOW? Come with expectation of a mighty move of God and a great outpouring of His Spirit! You will NOT be disappointed! Invite family and friends to join you! A fresh wind is blowing YOUR way! Call 540-8299373. MEETING

• The Brandy Station Foundation Annual Business Meeting & Dinner will be held at the Brandy Station Volunteer Fire Department Hall, 19601 Church Road, in Brandy Station. Doors open at 6 p.m. for the social reception and silent auction. This year, the guest speaker is Glenn Stach, who prepared the Brandy Station and Cedar Mountain Battlefields State Park Feasibility Study for the Civil War

PLAY •

Shakespeare in the Park. Eastern View presents “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Directed by Mr. Jeff Walker. Two performances at noon and 5:30 p.m. Lenn Park Amphitheatre, Stevensburg Road. Free. Donations accepted. (Rain/Inclement weather venue: EVHS forum, same times). For more information, please contact Jeff Walker at jwalker@culpeperschools.org or 540.825-0621 (w) or 540-672-8678 (C).

ART • Acrylic Painting Workshop at The Loft from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with instructor Krissy Lavin. $85. Supply list provided upon registration. Limited participation. Call 540-717-0647 or online at www.culpeperloft.com FUNDRAISER COURTESY PHOTO

Eastern View’s theatre department joins statewide Virginia Shakespeare Initiative celebrating his impact. “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” coincides with the 400th anniversary of his death, April 23, 1616. It is the school’s first Shakespeare production.

Trust. The cost for the dinner is $25 per person; for reservations, contact Paula Johnson at 540-341-7019 or pauladrdr@aol.com

FILM • Library of Congress Packard Campus Theatre presents “Citizen’s Band” (aka “Handle With Care”) (Paramount, 1977). The CB radio was at its peak of popularity and impact when this clever comedy was released. Starts at 7:30 p.m. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in

Culpeper, VA. No reservations required. For more information, call 202-707-9994.

APRIL 23 GARDENS • Historic Garden Week in Culpeper. Tour four homes from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Complimentary refreshments at Greenville in the afternoon. $35 per ticket available at properties or at selected retailers in Culpeper and Orange until noon on April 22. See www.vagardenweek.org.

• St. Luke Lutheran Church will hold a Yard Sale, Silent Auction and Car Wash to benefit local and global mission projects, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Furniture, tools, kitchen items and more. St. Luke is located at 1200 Old Rixeyville Road, across from Epiphany Catholic School. For more information call 825-8358 or visit www. stlukesculpeper.org

FUNDRAISER • Mitchells Presbyterian Church will hold its Spring Steak Dinner from 5-7 p.m. Adults, $12 and Children 6-12, $5. Children under 6 eat free. Proceeds used to renovate church building which is designated as a historical landmark. For more information and carry-outs, please call 8251079.


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EVENTS FOR CULPEPER, FAUQUIER, MADISON, ORANGE AND RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTIES

APRIL 23

CRUISE IN • Cruisin For Heroes will be hosting a family friendly monthly Cruise-In from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. (and every 4th Sat. through Oct.) at Bruster’s located at 16170 Rogers Road to raise awareness and funds for the Fisher House Foundation. Fisher House provides a “home away from home” for families of patients receiving medical care at military and VA medical centers. There will be a DJ and a “Manager’s Choice Award” presented. Come out and support community and our military. Along with any donations (check donations are tax deductible) collected during the event, Bruster’s will be donating a portion of the event nights sales to Fisher House. For info, contact Lou Realmuto at cruiserlou@aol.com or go to www.cruisinforheroes.com. PLAY • State Theatre presents Mama’s Girls 2: Sugar Ain’t Sweet. Award winning stage play has five sisters dealing with diabetes. Showtimes at 3 and 8 p.m. Tickets $50 VIP; $40 Front Orchestra; $30 Rear Orchestra; $20 Balcony. 305 S. Main Street, Culpeper. 540-8290292. www.culpepertheatre.org. YARD SALE • Blue Ridge Chorale's Big Yard Sale from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 14445 Glen Verdant Drive on Rt 226, the Rixeyville Rd, north of Culpeper at the second right past the Emerald Hill Elementary School. Special sale - some items never used.used. Local authors Alex ter Weele and Rob Stone will be there to visit and sign their books. Proceeds of the sale help support the Blue Ridge Chorale.If you’d like a table, contact info@brcsings.com. YARD SALE • H&R Hearts

Relay for Life team hosts a Bake/ Yard Sale from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. at Hopewell UMC, 23557 Lignum Rd, Lignum. All proceeds to benefit 2016 American Cancer Relay for Life. For more information call Nancy 540-399-1486.

PLANT SALE • The Friends of Culpeper County Library hold their annual spring pansy and plant sale from 9 a.m. to noon in front of the library. Paul Hutcheson of Windmill Heights Greenhouses will once again supply the plants so you can be assured that they were all grown locally and are therefore suited to Culpeper’s climate. Con-

Christian comedian visits

ron will be discussing your favorite celestial objects. Meeting from 7-9 p.m. At 8 p.m. club moves to the outside to observe night sky through telescope. For information about this and other programs, please feel free to call the Library at (540) 825-8691.

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Christian comedian Michael Joiner, winner of Hollywood Improv’s “Funniest Comic in LA” will appear at the Culpeper Baptist Church April 29.

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Mountain Battlefield will unveil two guns that have been professionally restored to resemble their wartime appearance. The artillery, donated by the Civil War Trust, came to Cedar Mountain from General Robert E. Lee's headquarters at Gettysburg. The event will include a wine and cheese reception, and representatives from Manassas National Battlefield Park will fire salute. Starts at 2 p.m. at 9465 General Winder Road, Rapidan. Please send RSVPs and questions to Diane Logan at 540727-8849.

MOVIE • The Library of Congress Packard Campus Theatre presents “The Wiz” (Universal, 1978). Charlie Smalls’s jazzy, updated version of “The Wizard of Oz” won seven Tony Awards on Broadway in 1975, and was brought to the screen three years later with Diana Ross taking the lead role of a grown up, urban Dorothy that Stephanie Mills originated on Broadway. Starts at 2 p.m. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA. No reservations required. For more information, call 202-707-9994. MOVIE • The Library of Congress Packard Campus Theatre presents “Soul Power” (Sony Pictures Classics, 2008). As part of the build-up to the 1974 “Rumble in the Jungle” heavyweight title bout between Muhammad Ali

and George Foreman in Zaire, three nights of all-star concerts were held in the capital city of Kinshasa. Starts at 7:30 p.m. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA. No reservations required. For more information, call 202-707-9994.

APRIL 24

FAMILY FUN • Funday Sunday at the State Theatre. Entertainment for the whole family. Boomers can bring their millennials to share in classic film favorites. This 1979 classic tells about young Alec Ramsey and the beautiful Arabian stallion that he meets on board a ship. See The Black Stallion. Starts at 2 p.m. Tickets $5. 305 S. Main Street in Culpeper. CHURCH • Mountain View Community Church's Sermon Topic: "Be Rich - Good for Nothing." Join us at 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m. or 11 a.m. Located at 16088 Rogers Road, behind Bruster's Ice Cream. Small groups also meet throughout the week. www.mountainviewcc.net 540-727-0297

APRIL 25

MEETING • Culpeper Astronomy Club. Amateur astronomer Myron Wasiuta will lead fellow night sky watchers at the meeting of the Culpeper Astronomy Club. My-

MEETING • Meet and Greet Eileen Bedell, candidate for the 7th Congressional District, will be the guest at a fundraising event held at the Beer Hound Brewery, 201 Waters Place, Culpeper, from 5-7 p.m. hosted by the Culpeper County Democratic Committee. Ms. Bedell looks forward to meeting Culpeper community and listening to concerns. For additional information check out: http://culpeperdemocrats.org

APRIL 27

MEETING • Culpeper Chess

Club. Meetings are each Wednesday, 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Culpeper County Library. All ages and all skill levels welcome, even those who have never played. Come learn a new skill! For information about this and other programs, please feel free to call the Library at (540) 825-8691.

APRIL 28

REUNION • CCHS Class of 1971 Reunion planning. The second planning meeting for our 45th class reunion will be held 6:30 p.m. at 11190 James Monroe Highway, Culpeper, VA 22701. Contact Jo Backe English at wayne_jo_english@hotmail.com, Selene Lewis Matthews at selenem@juno.com, or Doug Settle at csettle@culpeperschools.org. ART • ArtSpeak at The Loft. All creative people or people that love the arts are invited to this art salon social gathering. Painters, photographers, potters, authors and musicians welcome. Share ideas. No obligations. No fees. Just inspiration. Located at 107B East Davis Street. www.culpeperloft.com


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at this fun storytime. Followed by a half an hour play time with Infant to Toddler Connection. No registration necessary. Contact Laini Bostian at lbostian@cclva.org or 540-8258691.

CHURCH • The 65th Annual

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CONCERT • Big Daddy Love will be one of three bluegrass bands playing the State Theatre at 7:30 p.m.

April 29.

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CONCERT • The State Theatre

of Culpeper hosts three Bluegrass bands in an evening full of traditional Bluegrass, Appalachian Rock and Southern soul – flavored with guitars, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, dobro, and foot stomping percussion. Starts at 7:30 p.m. Bands include Winston Salem, North Carolina’s Big Daddy Love (rock, bluegrass, southern soul and psychedelic.

COMEDIAN

• Christian Comedian Michael Joiner at Culpeper Baptist Church at 7 p.m. Tickets $18. Proceeds benefit Heart Havens. Get your tickets at www. eventbrite.com. Live worship band before the show.

APRIL 30

MARKET • Culpeper Farmers Market opening day. From 7:30 a.m. to noon End of Davis Street in the Depot District. Features 30 vendors for your fresh products. Support Buy Fresh, Buy Local. Sponsored by Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. Phone 540-825-4416 or www.culpeperdowntown.com FUNDRAISER • Stevensburg

Youth Fundraiser Dinner. The Youth of Stevensburg Baptist Church are having a Fundraiser Dinner from 5-7 p.m. to enable kids to go to summer camp. The dinner includes chicken,

potatoes & gravy, green beans, corn, coleslaw, biscuits & dessert. Cost: $10 adults, $5 children 10 & under. Contact Philip Walker at stevensburgbaptist@gmail.com

FESTIVAL • Gnarly Hops and

Barley Fest brought to you by Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. Spencer Street Parking Lot. Noon - 6 p.m. VIP tickets available for $55. A VIP ticket scores you all the regular ticket amenities along with a full size pint glass, 2 full size exclusive premium pours, and a swag bag full of Gnarly gear. General advance tickets are available for $25 and may be purchased now at Culpeper Cheese Company, Vinosity, Randy's Flowers by Endless Creations and on the web at www.gnarlyhops.eventbrite. com. $5 non-drinking tickets at the gate on the day of the event. Contact: Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. at 540-825-4416 Email: crievents@culpeperdowntown.com Website: www.culpeperdowntown. com

MAY 2

MEETING • Survivors for Life Support Group. Support group for those that are affected by the unique grief associated with the loss of a loved one to suicide. Meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month at the Culpeper Library from 7-8:30 p.m. The support group is sponsored by Team Jordan and facilitated by Alan Rasmussen, Prevention Specialist for Rappahan-

nock Rapidan Community Services. This group provides a safe place for those grieving the loss of a loved one to suicide to talk about their grief and get support from those that can understand. Contact Alan Rasmussen for further information at 434-8258913 or by email atarasmussen@ rrcsb.org.

MAY 3

CONFERENCE • Teepa Snow,

one of America's leading educators on dementia care, will be the featured speaker at an all-day conference to be held at Daniel Technology Center in Culpeper. Ms. Snow has a unique, interactive teaching style that uses role playing and handson demonstrations in a humorous, entertaining manner. Other speakers include Dr. Jonathan Evans, a geriatric physician. The conference is brought to the community by a coalition of organizations led by Aging Together. Registration is $20 and includes lunch. Limited scholarships and respite care are available for unpaid family caregivers. For more information, visit www.agingtogether. org or call 540-829-6405.

MAY 5

STORYTIME • Itsy Bitsy Baby

Storytime (Ages birth-23 months) 1st and 3rd Thursdays 10:30 a.m. Bouncing, hugs and kisses, tickle time, lots of rhymes, and one book

National Day of Prayer event will be held at the Culpeper Courthouse Lawn (off of West Davis Street across from the Culpeper Fire Department) from noon to 1 p.m. This year’s theme is “Wake Up America.” Contact Stephen Found at 540-7177797 or stephendfound@gmail.com.

MAY 6

CONCERT • The State Theatre

welcomes GRAMMY® Award nominee Ryan Stevenson. Performance is at 7 p.m. Stevenson’s performance will mark the State Theatre’s second FaithFest concert, a Community Christian Concert Series featuring a range of local churches, bands and nationally recognized names. General admission tickets are $12. Advance group sales are $10. Group tickets can be purchased at the Culpeper Baptist Church office at 318 S. West Street or by calling the church at (540) 8258192 or email to faithfest@culpeperbaptist.org.

MAY 14

FUNDRAISER

• Epiphany's Gala at Gatsby's from 5 p.m. to midnight. Fun and Fundraising. Your $65 ticket includes: Cocktail hour (beer and wine provided by Far Gohn Brewery and Gadino Cellars), dinner (catered by Foti's), music, dancing, gaming tables and live and silent auctions. Black tie/period attire optional. Located at Epiphany Catholic School, 1211 East Grandview Avenue, Culpeper, VA 22701. Call 825-9017 for more information and tickets.


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Culpeper Times • April 21-27, 2016

What’s Happening EVENTS FOR CULPEPER, FAUQUIER, MADISON, ORANGE AND RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTIES

Screening of 'Glory'

FAUQUIER COUNTY APRIL 23

AGRICULTURE • Cheese Making Class at Hobby Hill Farm. Learn to make your own fresh mozzarella in this fun and interactive class. $25 per person includes glass of Desert Rose wine and homemade snacks. Class times at 12 p.m./2 p.m./4 p.m. Call 540-635-3200 or email at info@desertrosewinery.com for reservations. Be sure to include class time.

APRIL 29-30

PLAY • Fauquier Community Theatre presents the musical Jane Eyre. Based on the novel by Charlotte Bronte. Family friendly. Adults $18; seniors (60 and above) $16; students/children (3 and above) $16. May 1, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15. Friday and Saturday shows at 8 p.m.; Sunday shows at 2 p.m. For more information go to fctstage.org or call 540-349-8760.

APRIL 30

FUNDRAISER • Spiritual Care

Support Ministries Spring Tea Fundraiser from 1-3 p.m. at 76 W Shirley Avenue in Warrenton. Proceeds will go to support SCSM's services. Bring your special friends. Both tea and fun will be served up in a lovely setting. Delicious homemade delicacies - no bought food for this elegant event. Tea for one is $45. Tea for two is $85. Reservations and prepayment are necessary. Purchase tickets at SCSM, 76 W Shirley Ave, Warrenton, or call 540/349-5814 or 540/349-5815.

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Denzel Washington won an oscar for best supporting actor portraying a Union soldier in “Glory” presented by the Scrabble School Preservation Foundation April 30.

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RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY APRIL 22 FUNDRAISER • RappCats fundraiser from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. at Griffin Tavern located at 659 Zachary Taylor Highway in Flint Hill. Karaoke with Vicki Marie begins at 8 p.m. Celebrity bartenders, including Mayor John Sullivan and columnist Chris Green, will serve drinks. Door prizes.

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TOURNAMENT

• Orange County Parks & Recreation Chess Tournament at Prospect Heights Middle School. The tournament will run approximately 9 a.m.-3 p.m. (play begins at 10 a.m). Membership is available online at www.uschess. org, and will be available onsite at

Plant Sale from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. This is the perfect time to start planning for your garden. As in past 14 years, this sale has a wide selection of native and cultivated plants offered by local growers. At Waterpenny Farm, U.S. Route 211, Sperryville, rain or shine.

HISTORY • The Scrabble School Preservation Foundation will show the film “Glory” at 6:30 p.m. Open to the public. Free (but donations welcome!). Raffle, Refreshments. Scrabble School; 111 Scrabble Road; Castleton, VA. For more information: email contact@ scrabbleschool.org or Nan Roberts, 540-661-2013.; or nb_roberts@ msn.com. Glory is the 1989 Civil War film that recounts the formation of the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment, the first all-black Union regiment to fight in the Civil War. Denzel Washington won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in 1990 for his role.

MAY 1

CONCERT • Smithsonian at Little Washington. As the 24th season of the Smithsonian at Little Washington concert series comes to a close, Kenneth Slowik will perform compositions by the great Baroque composer Johann Sebastian Bach at 3 p.m. Slowik will be playing on cello and harpsichord. Tickets for the event are $25 for adults, $10 under 18. To reserve or purchase tickets, please visit TheatreWashingtonVA.com or call (540) 675-1253.

The Theatre, 291 Gay Street, Washington, VA 227

MADISON COUNTY APRIL 23 YARD SALE • Community Yard Sale. Bring your collectibles, antiques. Over 60 spaces available. Free. Reserve your 12x12 space now to set up table/tent. Runs from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Located at 2895 S. Seminole Trail in Madison. Email eddinsfords@gmail.com

APRIL 23-24

DOG TRIALS • Hoover Ridge Sheep Dog Trials at Hoover Ridge Park. Starts at 9 a.m. Admission free. See dog handlers with their border collies from Canada, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky and the Carolinas. Contact 540-308-1247 or www.hooverridge.com


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Walk-through art story premieres at The Loft Contributed Report When Rupert Hughes Awardwinning author, Laura Bynum, approached the owner of The Loft, a vibrant downtown gathering place for the region’s artists, its proprietor, Patty Werick, didn’t flinch at the unusual nature of her idea for a walk-through, ‘art story’ production. Bynum’s pitch: guests would weave through six high school environments, eavesdropping on

characters so as to get puzzle pieces regarding the event that took place there yesterday lunch. Between the emotionally charged performances, all of them acoustically enhanced using binaural elements and sound effects, and the artistically curated sets (a lonely cafeteria, a crowded hallway, etc.), it would be a voyeuristic trip through an often challenging time of life that requires only a SmartPhone, headphones, and roughly 20 minutes. Werick not only agreed to lend

Bynum her space, she has since created the sets for Futura Downs High along with a cadre of other artists that includes Roque Castro (the owner of Yesterday Reclaimed who was tapped to create Culpeper’s LOVE sculpture). “When artists are supported, they’re able to create,” Werick said. “In turn, their art helps grow the community itself.” It is under the umbrella of her newly-formed non-profit, arts a’loft, that this production has been fi-

nanced and will premiere the first weekend in May. Bynum has a suggestion for getting the most out of this experience: “Come in a group, then have everyone go through the various sets in a different order. It’s very enlightening how we perceive people when we’re educated about what they’re going through, or not.” She also suggests sitting down for drinks, lunch, or dinner after ➤ See Art, Page 18

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VIEWS Culpeper Police take on the public health crisis Locally, the Town of Culpeper has experienced the same devastating effects of heroin and opiate dependency that is spreading across the country. Law Enforcement and Emergency Medical personnel are responding to daily overdose reports. The Culpeper Police Department has taken measures to respond including, becoming a drop off point for unused prescription drugs and hope to very soon equip all officers with a lifesaving opiate reversing antidote, like NARCAN. The Department is committed to making an impact on this medical crisis. In the lobby of the Culpeper Police Department there is green box installed for the purpose of accepting old prescription medications. This box was provided through a generous partnership between Old Dominion Electric Cooperative Marsh Run and the Culpeper Police Department. The drop off box at the Culpeper Police Department is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Regular business hours allow access to the anonymous box during the day, and in the evening hours, and on weekends, citizens can contact the on-duty patrol supervisor to access the box. Since the box was put in place in June of 2015 the Department has collected more than 140 pounds of unwanted medication. These medications are the first step for so many of the people addicted to heroin and opiates. They begin the process when they are prescribed powerful narcotic pain medication. In many cases the medical personnel prescribing these pain killers, do not make the high potential for addiction and abuse clear. Nor do they provide follow-ups to ensure that abuse has not started. When the prescription runs out the patients are left with no options. They often resort to heroin or other opiate based drugs to maintain their habits. Some desperate individuals end up breaking into homes looking for prescription medications. They don’t have any interest in the victim’s property, they want their prescription drugs. The Culpeper Police Department wants to be involved at every level in response to this crisis. All too often the Department becomes aware of a problem with an individual after they arrive on scene of an overdose. These overdoses are happening daily, with some being reported to law enforcement and some going directly to the hospital. Recently, officers from the Department responded to three overdoses within a matter of hours. Currently, the only true corrective action to save a life is the use of an opiate reversing antidote, like NARCAN. Emergency Medical staff has this opiate reverser available on the ambulance. There are no other options as effective as these opiate reversers to bring people back from an overdose. It is a life saving measure, and in response to the

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Is it worth a lawsuit?

It requires a leap of faith to consider the Culpeper Board of Supervisors’ recent denial of a pump and haul (p&h) permit to be religious discrimination. Everyone, no matter their religious affiliation, should respect health and safety regulations. With a p&h permit the Islamic Center of Culpeper (ICC) hoped to convert a cheap vacated lot with

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success of the opiate reversing antidote, the Culpeper Police Department will be training all its officers to utilize the antidote. If officers arrive before Emergency Medical staff, they will be able to administer the opiate reversing antidote increasing the odds of survival for the overdose victim. The downside is after the victim is brought back, there are very limited to no treatment options. ”In my 39 years of law enforcement service to Culpeper, I have never experienced a public health crisis as drastic and devastating as the one we are faced with now. Heroin and opiate addiction are slowly destroying many lives and negatively impacting our community in many ways. It is tearing at the very fabric of our lives. I ask public health officials to make this the highest priority, by not over prescribing pain killers, and providing more treatment options for those suffering,” urges Culpeper Police Chief Chris Jenkins. The Culpeper Police Department is asking everyone in the community to become involved in driving this plague from our lives and our community. There is no safe heroin, or one that is not deadly. Local law enforcement is looking to create partnerships to fight this crisis. Anyone seeking additional information from the Culpeper Police Department is asked to contact Captain Tim Chilton at (540) 829-5568.

no septic field into a more valuable property. The ICC could then purchase the land to build on or sell it to someone else at a profit. The supervisors who voted “no” were trying to prevent future countywide p&h development on nonbuildable lots by land speculators. There are safer alternative sewage disposal systems than pump and haul. The ICC could move ahead tomorrow with its plan to build a mosque at less cost than pursuing a court case. The only damage sustained on April 5th is

the possible loss of a deposit on land and a permit application fee. Is that really worth a lawsuit? Thank you to Supervisors Bill Chase, Gary Deal, Jack Frazier and Steve Walker for upholding a policy designed to deal with hardship situations only. If the ICC goes ahead with a lawsuit, it will do nothing but create conflict in the local community. Carol Duncan Jeffersonton

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French pastries and macarons bring Paris pleasures to Davis Street Being married to my French born husband for the past three decades, we have made Meg Oremiatzki-Ast multiple trips to Paris and explored many of the finest patisseries (pastry shops) that Paris has to offer. I thought I would share with you some of my favorites. While many artisanal pastry shops find a new way to create items for the ever evolving palates such as Macha Tea Cake, I prefer the original French classics such as, the Religieuse and, of course the éclair, a long puffed pastry filled with chocolate or coffee cream, both a particular favorite of my husband. My new best friend when I visit Paris is the pastry Baba au Rhum. Whether it’s a chocolate or a pastry, if it is combined with a liqueur, it is usually on my “best friend” list. Back in 1725, when the future Queen of France Marie Antoinette of Austria married Louis XVI she was allowed to bring her pastry chef Stohrer to the French court. One of his most famous cakes is the Baba au Rhum which is still made as it was in 1730. It is a small yeast cake liberally soaked with rum and always served in a hard plastic container so as to not waste the sweet taste of the rum. The shop, Stohrer, still utilizes the same recipe as was used almost 300 years before. Another favorite is the very highend Daloyau Gavilon located in the swanky 8th district, a stone’s throw from the French President’s residence. A store rich in history as the family business can trace its roots to the French Court back to 1682. They have multiple locations in Paris, however, this one is the oldest and most charming, and we enjoy the upstairs café where you can have dessert while watching the passersby on the street. Along with our next Parisian patisserie, Daloyau Gavilon makes

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some of the best macarons along with many of the French classic pastries, all delicious. My last but not least is Laduree, a temple for the French macaron and one the world’s most famous makers of this small delightful double decker soft meringue like cake filled with buttercream or jam. They sell an astonishing 15,000 macarons each day. It is virtually impossible to eat just one of these delectables, most purchase a set of six because one is never enough. Another reason to like Laduree so much, I do not need to be in Paris to enjoy their pastries or macarons, they can be now be found at two locations in New York City. We worked hard to find ways to bring some of these marvels to our customers in Culpeper, and it has been no easy task due to the amount of logistics behind it. This year we can say we made it with the help of Master Pastry Chef Ghyslain Maurais. Born in Quebec, the French speaking artist was trained in Lyon, France, and started his career at the Canadian Mission to the United Nations. He settled in Indiana, where his American born wife is from, and opened his operation over 20 years ago. While we do not have every combination of pastries, we carry 20 different French pastries and

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Tips for saving gas this summer Everyone likes to hit the road and go places during the summer, but no one likes the bite a gas bill can take out of their wallet. To cut down on your summertime fuel expenses, try these 15 gas-saving tips. 1. Drive smart. A warm engine works more efficiently than a cold one. When running xxx multiple errands, drive to the farthest destination first, and then work your way back home. Courtesy of ASE 2. Cool yourself the natural way. On hot days, turn off the air conditioner and roll down the windows. 3. But not on the highway. At 60 mph and above, open windows create drag. When on the highway, roll them back up and turn on the AC. 4. Empty your trunk. Less weight in the rear produces better gas mileage. If you drive a pickup, keep the bed free of anything that doesn’t belong there. 5. Close the tailgate. Open pickup tailgates create an air drag that can take 30 miles off the driving range of a full tank. 6. Right turn, Clyde. This may take some planning, but a right-turn only route can lower gas usage by 3 percent by reducing idling at stoplights. 7. Avoid traffic. Easier said than done, but driving at consistent speed is always more efficient than stop-and-go. 8. Take the racks off. If you’re not using those roof racks to carry, skis, surfboards or bicycles, take them off. Reducing air drag by even a little improves MPG. 9. Park farther away and walk. Driving around a parking lot looking for the closest spot wastes time and gas. 10. Keep tires properly inflated. Few things reduce fuel performance like underinflated tires. Oversize or “sport” tires may look good, but they also use more gas. Source: fixautousa.com

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Athlete of the week: McKinley Smith

➤ Cyclone's Smith undefeated in first varsity season

Editor’s note: Throughout the local high school sports season, Culpeper Times will recognize an “Athlete of the Week� from one of the sports. This week we are featuring girls tennis. At the end of the year, the Times will select a male and female athlete at both Culpeper County and Eastern View high schools and recognize them as “Athlete of the Year� at their respective schools. By Marshall Conner TIMES CONTRIBUTOR

Since childhood McKinley Smith has had a dream to play tennis on three levels in tournaments, high school and college. In her first season with Eastern View’s girls’ varsity tennis team Smith is undefeated and focused on bringing home a few trophies for the Cyclones. “I’m a freshman and this is my first time playing high school tennis. I feel comfortable because I know most of the girls on the team and it’s been

a good season so far,� said Smith. “I’ve played well. I’m having fun and I’m out to achieve my goals.� Her approach appears to be working. Currently, Smith is 9-0 in singles play and 8-0 in doubles play for the Cyclones. “I’ve been playing tennis since I was little (6-7 years old). I’ve played tournaments outside of school and it’s a year-round sport---the high school season is actually a little more laid-back,� explained Smith. “Most of the girls that I play against in USTA tournaments go to training facilities all-year. I train during the year in Northern Virginia. � Despite her young age Smith brings a wealth of tennis experience and talent to the court. As an eighth grader last year at Culpeper Middle School she traveled the Mid-Atlantic region and competed in numerous tournaments with the United States Tennis Association’s Mid-Atlantic National Zone Team. Her experience allowed her to develop into an exceptional player with a deadly array of skills that have served her well at the high school level. Her serve is powerful and accurate, according to opponents and coaches. “I hit a flatter ball, I’m aggressive and I’m mentally strong,� said Smith.

“Tennis is an individual sport so the focus is on personal training and competing against a variety of opponents. It’s made me more independent as a person too. My tournament experience helps because I face some amazing players with all types of styles.� Smith believes that the Cyclones have a very good team that will excel this season. “I think we have the potential to compete for regional and conference titles this season,� said Smith. As a freshman Smith believes that her grades and performance on the court will eventually lead her to her next goal—to play tennis in college. “I’ve always known that I wanted to play in college. I don’t really have a preference as far as where I’d like to attend yet,� said Smith. “I’m just going to try and create as many opportunities as possible. My grades are solid this year.� In the fall Smith can be found cheering on the Cyclones football team as an Eastern View cheerleader. “I’m a cheerleader in the fall,� said Smith. “It helps with my conditioning and my footwork.� In addition to Cyclones Head Coach Cathy Lee, Smith has two additional coaches that help enhance her game—they just happen to be her parents. When student athletes

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McKinley Smith is undefeated in her first varsity season for Eastern View's girls tennis team.

comment on the support of family it usually means they drive them to practice and cheer them on from the stands. This is not the case for Smith. Her mother, Dena Smith, is a local tennis pro at Culpeper Sport and Racquet and the head coach of Eastern View’s boys’ tennis team. Her father serves in the Army. “My mother’s always been my tennis coach,� said Smith. “I even play against members of her team sometimes. My father is a Lieutenant Colonel and he helps me with my conditioning. He’s really into CrossFit and knows how to train hard so that helps a lot.�

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Culpeper Times • April 21-27, 2016

CRIME SOLVERS

ARREST REPORTS

Age: 32, White/Male Hgt./Wgt.: 6-0/210 Hair/Eye: Brown/Brown Last known: 5888 North Seminole Trl., Brightwood, Va. Wanted for: Fail to Comply with Support Order.

Kenya Simone Rhone Age: 29, Black/Female Hgt./Wgt.: 5-3/130 Hair/Eye: Brown/Brown Last known: 206 E. Spencer St. 5, Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: Fail to Appear.

Mario Ruiz Sauceda Age: 34, Hispanic/Male Hgt./Wgt.: 5-7/140 Hair/Eye: Black/Brown Last known: 629 Mountain View Dr. C, Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: Fail to Pay Fines, Costs or Penalties.

Christopher Nelson Sherry Age: 29, White/Male Hgt./Wgt.: 6-2/1210 Hair/Eye: Brown/Blue Last known: 2517 Hydraulic Rd. 64, Charlottesville, Va. Wanted for: Contempt of Court.

Warrants current as of April 20

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Culpeper County Sheriff's Office: April 13-20

Following are the county police reports from April 13-20. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the CCSO.

Joseph William Cowgill Jr.

Plan to be in the next issue - Call 540-812-2282

April 13 Charles Michael Jenkins, 23, 100 block W. Edmondson St., Culpeper, possession of schedule I, II controlled substance, grand larceny Charles Michael Brown, 19, 14000 Fletcher Place, Culpeper, failure to pay fines, costs or penalties Eugene Lura Curry, 45, 500 block Fairfax Lane, Herndon, larceny or theft, third or subsequent offense (four counts), grand larceny (three counts), perjury Jason Patrick Sisson, 33, 18000 block Brandy Road, Culpeper, possession of schedule I, II controlled substance April 14 Claude Edward Whited, 64, 7200 block Sperryville Pike, Boston, unauthorized use: animal/vehicle/et., larceny Jason Edward Jenkins, 37, 14000 block Fletcher Place, Culpeper, failure to appear Lindsey Morgan Gartner-Cooper, 33, 500 Meadowbrook Drive, Culpeper, lottery violation Guy Dyer O'Dell Jr., 48, 25000 Greenfield Lane, Lignum, sentence to community based corrections program or facility, possession of marijuana

April 15 Louis Madrid Fernandez, 57, Culpeper, failure to appear Megan Onyx Cubbage, 27, 12000 block Jamesons Mills Road, Culpeper, possession of controlled substances Joshua MacKenzie Bacot, 24, 7200 block Endless View Lane, Rixeyville, arrest prior to requisition, fugitve arrest Thomas Stephanos Visikides, 36, 15000 Woodland Church Road, Culpeper, sale distribute marijuana April 16 Bong Soo Ko, 73, 13000 block Ridgelea Ave., Culpeper, DUI April 17 John Hall Jackson Jr., 41, 17000 block North Merrimac Road, Culpeper, assault and battery - family member James Lawrence Price, 58, 1400 block Old Fredericksburg Road, Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language, possession of alcohol by interdicted person Robbie Allen Breeden Sr., 31, 13000 block Partlow Court, Culpeper, probation violation on felony charge Jonathan Daniel Canon, 19, 1600 block Harrier Lane, Culpeper, use electronic means for child sex crime, possession of child pornography subsequent offense (two counts), contempt of court, failure to appear, possession of marijuana

April 18 Gilbert Marcus Smith, 54, 30 block Waterfall Road, Chester Gap, operate motor vehicle - habitual offender, second subsequent offense Arthur Hughes Kitchen Jr., 48, 16000 Racoon Ford Road, Culpeper, issuing bad checks Jason Ray Price, 33, 1000 block Friendship Way, Culpeper, failure to appear Dwayne Edwin White Jr., 22, 7400 block Amberview Lane, Warrenton, failure to appear Lashania Monique Coles, 21, 15000 block Rixeyville Road, Culpeper, phone: annoying ringing April 19 Bonnie Octavia Roy, 35, 15000 block Richmond Road, Culpeper, probation violation on misdemeanor charge, probation violation on felony charge (two counts) Michelle Monique Martin, 49, 19000 block Carpenters Branch, Brandy Station, failure to appear Andrea Adair Limon, 51, 14000 block Scantlin Mountain Road, Culpeper, reckless handling of firearm Tevin Cornelius Brock, 21, 14000 block Rixeyville Road, Culpeper, possess, transport firearms by convicted felons Jessica Miller, 18, 500 block Virginia Ave., Culpeper, credit card fraud, credit card theft, credit card forgery (two counts)

Culpeper Town Police: April 11-17

Following are the police reports from March April 11-17. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the police department. April 11 Claire Woodruff Stinnett, 24, 300 block W. Chandler St., Culpeper, manufacture, sale, possession of controlled substance (two counts) Teneka Eileen Koeper, 33, 8000 block Meetze Road, Warrenton, issuing bad checks (two counts) Darlene Susan Johnson, 54, 600 block Overlook St., Culpeper, hit and run personal injury, following too close Penny Jane Swan, 46, 100 block Elizabeth St., Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language Lenny Daniel Aguilar-Vazquez, 22, 600 block Highview Ct., Culpeper, contempt of court David Moreles, 26, 700 block Edmondson St., Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language Eileen Mary McGovern, 47, 300 block S. Main St., Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language Alex Moreles, 26, 700 block Edmondson Road, Culpeper, drunk in public, profane langauge

April 12 Nathaniel Robert Fitts, 37, 800 block Sperryvillke Pike, Culpeper, failure to pay fines, costs or penalties Daniel Aaron Roagers, 42, 300 block Jackson St., Warrenton, failure to appear Steven Moore Roy, 28, 500 block Mariel Way, Culpeper, possession of schedule I, II controlled substance

April 13 John Leslie Williams, 38, 800 bock Persimmon Place, Culpeper, sexual battery Robert Thomas Hawthorne Jr., 27, 600 block Lonestree Court, Culpeper, robberty, drunk in public, profane language Elisha Marie Fimple, 35, 200 block N. Waverly St., Staunton, grand larceny (two counts) Stephen DeWayne Jones, 21, 1900 block Leaflin Lane, Culpeper, possession of marijuana Dwight Andrew Sanker, 37, 300 block Falmouth St., Warrenton, possession of marijuana Juan Josue Martinez Lopez, 25, 800 block Virginia Ave., Culpeper, failure to pay fines, costs or penalties April 14 Michael Joseph Stringfellow, 25, 1000

block Old Rapidan Road, Rapidan, probation violation Eillen Mary McGovern, 47, 300 block South Main St., Culpeper, petit larceny April 15 Adrian Tovar Hernandez, 29, 1300 block Spring Meadow Lane, Culpeper, assault and battery - family member April 16 Lisa Marie McKaige, 39, 100 block Trails End Road, Locust Gove, credit card theft, obtaining money by false pretenses Eileen Mary McGovern, 47, 300 block South Main St., Culpeper, drunk in public profane language Nicholas Paul Flint, 30, 8000 block Tillett Loop, Manassas, failure to appear Jonathan Tanner Johnson, 20, 100 block Lake Drive, South Mills, possession of marijuana April 17 Robbie Allen Breeden Sr., 31, 1300 Partlow Court, Culpeper, assault and battery - simple Jonathan Daniel Canon, 19, 1600 block Harrier Lane, Culpeper, failure to appear Jenny Paola Rodriguez, 29, 1700 block Finely Drive, Culpeper, assault and battery - family member


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