Police still purse leads in Johns Hopkins grad student's slayings
The disappearance of a Johns Hopkins University graduate student once gripped the region and became known as the "Route 29 Stalker" investigation, but 17 years later her case remains unsolved.
17 years later, police still pursuing leads in murder of Alicia Showalter Reynolds
She was traveling from Baltimore, Md., to Charlottesville. The graduate student's remains were found two months later off Route 3 in Lignum.
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Living Word Fellowship Church, 1500 Stafford Ave., will show the movie, "Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story" on Feb.
Hash sues over bogus conviction
Michael Wayne Hash, the Culpeper man whose murder conviction was set aside last February, has filed a civil suit against five law enforcement officials and a jailhouse snitch who he alleges conspired to wrongfully send him to prison for killing 74-year-old Thelma Scroggins.
Michael Hash files civil suit A Culpeper man spent almost 12 years...
A Culpeper man who spent almost 12 years behind bars for the 1996 murder of 74-year-old Thelma Scroggins, a retired rural mail carrier from Lignum, has now filed suit against county officials who pursued his prosecution.