Gene Washington was in court Thursday morning, making legal maneuvers ahead of his capital murder trial. He is charged with murdering Robin and Mani Aldridge.
Gene Washington’s trial date has been delayed again after attorneys say they need more time to check with witnesses and file motions.
A judge has granted a defense motion postponing trial for Gene Everett Washington, who is accused of killing Robin Aldridge and her daughter, Mani, back on December 5, 2014.
Judge Moore denied a request from Gene Washington, the man accused of beating Robin and Mani Aldridge to death. His defense sought to review evidence without prosecutors present.
Monday, Gene E. Washington appeared in Charlottesville Circuit Court for a motions hearing in the case involving the murders of Mani and Robin Aldridge.
The man accused of murdering two Charlottesville women in 2014 will face a jury next year. Wednesday morning a judge set Gene Washington's trial date for May 23, 2016.
Gene Washington, the man accused of killing a school teacher and her daughter in Charlottesville, is now charged with capital murder and robbery.
A grand jury has indicted 30-year-old Gene Washington on two counts of murder for the deaths of Robin and Mani Aldridge.
Gene Washington, the man accused of beating and killing a Charlottesville family, has been appointed council from the Southeast Capital Defender's Office.
The man charged with the murder of an Albemarle County teacher and her 17-year-old daughter made his first appearance in Charlottesville General District Court Thursday.
Police sources are detailing some of the evidence recovered in the double murder case of 58-year-old Robin Aldridge and her 17-year-old daughter, Mani.
Police now say Robin Aldridge and her daughter, Mani, were beaten to death before their bodies were found in a house fire on Rugby Avenue Friday.
The Charlottesville Fire Department has completed its phase of the fire investigation at the property located at Rugby Avenue.
Charlottesville police confirmed at a press conference Tuesday that the murders of Robin and Mani Aldridge on Rugby Avenue Friday night were not random acts.
Charlottesville Police arrested Gene Everett Washington and charged him with two counts of first degree murder in connection with the deaths of Robin Christine Aldridge and Mani Aldridge.
Police are saying that the the house fire on Rugby Avenue appears to have been purposely set, and that one of the victim's vehicle was stolen from the residence.
Two people are dead after a fire overnight at a home on Rugby Avenue in Charlottesville. Police say the fire is being treated as suspicious until the origin of the fire can be determined.