- June 4 – Fairfax Circuit Court Judge Barnard F. Jennings sentences 17-year-old John Costanzo to 30 years in prison for fatally shooting 46-year-old motel owner Herbert C. Hunter in Springfield on January 7.
- June 13 – 28-year-old David L. Hogan concludes an argument with 30-year-old Harry S. Wilkerson and 25-year-old Clifton H. Banks by shooting both men with a RG 14 .22 caliber pistol in a parking lot at 1060 Alabama Drive in Herndon. Wilkerson is mortally wounded, and dies about two hours later at the Fairfax Hospital.
- June 21 – 38-year-old Assistant Richmond City Manager Leonard L. Whorton is selected as the new Fairfax County Executive. His appointment is approved by a 7-2 vote by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, with only supervisors James M. Scott and Alan H. Magazine voting against Whorton's taking the post.
- "Motel Owner's Killer Gets 30 Years in Jail." The Washington Post (1974-Current file): 1. Jun 05 1976. ProQuest. Web. 27 Jan. 2018.
- "Man is Slain, 2d Wounded in Herndon." The Washington Post (1974-Current file): 1. Jun 14 1976. ProQuest. Web. 22 July 2016.
- Seaberry, Jane. "Fairfax Post Goes to Aide in Richmond." The Washington Post (1974-Current file): C1. ProQuest Historical Newspapers: The Washington Post (1877-1995). Jun 22 1976. Web. 15 Feb. 2012.
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