Stafford County crime report

by | Apr 1, 2024 | ALLFFP, Police and Fire, Stafford

Crime reports from the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office March 26-29:

  • ASSAULT Colonial Forge High School, 550 Courthouse Road, 3/26, 7:25 a.m. While monitoring morning arrival as an SRO, Deputy G.M. Lum observed two female students fighting. With the help of staff, all parties were separated while the predominant aggressor made threats towards the victim. A criminal complaint for assault and battery was filed for the predominant aggressor. America’s Best Value, 3/28, 2:29 a.m. Sergeant J.T. Forman responded to a call about a fight outside one of the motel rooms. After contacting the female suspect and male victim, it was discovered an assault did occur. The suspect initially refused to identify herself and once she did, it was discovered to be a deception. Deputies learned of her identity after some investigation and discovered she was wanted out of Stafford County for a capias. She was charged with assault and battery, providing a false identification to law enforcement, identity theft, obstruction of justice, as well as, served on her outstanding warrant. She was held at Rappahannock Regional Jail without bond. 
  • BURGLARY Harvest Green Court, 3/25, 8:42 a.m. Deputy C.D. Sullivan responded to a burglary. The victim told the deputy her home had been broken into and multiple items were taken, including a PS5 and shoes.  
  • DUI Valero, 2142 Richmond Highway, 3/24, 3:44 p.m. Deputy F.A. Martinez was traveling southbound on Richmond Highway when he noticed a Volkswagen Jetta failing to maintain the lane of travel multiple times. Martinez conducted a traffic stop; Deputy A. DeHoyos responded to assist. The driver had clear signs of intoxication, admitted to consuming “three bottles” of beer and was found in possession of suspected controlled substances. He did not have a driver’s license and was transporting a juvenile family member. The driver was charged with driving under the influence with a juvenile, no driver’s license, possession of controlled substances, and failure to maintain the lane of travel. The magistrate decided to hold him at Rappahannock Regional Jail until sober. Northbound I-95 near mile marker 144, 3/28, 11:16 p.m. Deputy B.E. Vaughn responded to a shoulder shredder. Multiple callers advised a Toyota was unnecessarily braking, varying in speeds, and drifting. When Vaughn located the vehicle, it was cruising down the shoulder. Vaughn conducted a traffic stop and contacted the driver, who had signs of intoxication and advised he had consumed shots of tequila before driving. He was charged with driving under the influence and held at Rappahannock Regional Jail until sober. 
  • FRAUD Henderson Construction Co Inc., 39 Powell Lane, 3/27, 4:17 p.m. Deputy C.M. Sterne responded to a funds fraud. Staff advised they received an email from someone posing as a subcontractor. The email came with an invoice and directions on where to send the money. The company’s bank was suspicious and alerted staff. 
  • LARCENY Shasta Place, 3/25, 1:49 p.m. Deputy F.C. O’Neill responded to a larceny. The victim advised her vehicle was missing. The vehicle was entered into a law enforcement database as stolen. Red Roof Inn, 152 Garrisonville Road, 3/26, 5:30 a.m. Deputy B.M. Stanfill responded to a taxi transgression. The taxi driver advised she dropped off a male by the name “TK” at this location who fled out the back door of the business instead of paying. CVS, 2614 Richmond Highway, 3/26, 9:20 p.m. Deputies K.F. Bierfeldt and M.A. Pearce responded to a thwarted theft. Staff advised a male suspect was concealing items in his backpack and walked out without paying for them. Deputies stopped the suspect who immediately confessed to his crimes. Nearly $140 worth of items were recovered, and the suspect was released on a summons for shoplifting. Stafford County Courthouse, 1300 Courthouse Road, 3/28, 2:20 p.m. Deputy K.M. Ferrell was conducting her Court Services duties when she was informed of loot looted. The victim advised while entering the courthouse, he emptied his pockets and forgot to retrieve his cash. Instead, the person next in line would take the cash. Considering the incident was caught on camera and the suspect was there for another court matter and identified. A warrant for larceny will be obtained. 
  • PUBLIC INTOXICATION Verizon, 100 Prosperity Lane, 3/28, 11:44 p.m. Deputy S.A. Edwards responded to a call about a male acting strangely at this location. Deputy Edwards contacted the suspect, who he knew from multiple previous drug-related calls. The suspect had clear signs of intoxication and was charged with public intoxication. He was held at Rappahannock Regional Jail until sober. 
  • TRAFFIC OFFENSE Geico, 1 Geico Boulevard, 3/27, 4:28 p.m. Deputy I.E. Baldi responded to a dodging Dodge. The victim advised their vehicle was struck by a Dodge that fled the scene. While investigating, Baldi received a call from the Dodge driver who said he fled because he was using his father’s vehicle without his permission and had no driver’s license. The suspect provided his information to the victim and a warrant for driving without a license was obtained.  
  • VANDALISM WoodSpring Suites, 1006 Corporate Drive, 3/24, 7:28 a.m. Sergeant K.P. Lytle responded to vandalism of a vehicle window. Knollwood Court, 3/27, 7:57 a.m. Deputy B.W. Gildea responded to a destroyed vehicle window. Meanwhile, Deputy J.M. Smihal, conducting his SRO duties at Kate Waller Barrett Elementary School, was notified by a bus driver that they observed a student throw a rock at the window. The student admitted to the incident and their parent was willing to pay for the damages. Intersection of Mine Road and Sunflower Drive, 3/27, 4:47 p.m. Deputy J.N. Mills responded to a call by a victim who advised an angry driver was following him and cursing at him. The suspect then got out of his vehicle and struck the victim’s passenger side mirror with a hammer. Mills identified the suspect and discovered he had no driver’s license. Warrants for vandalism and driving without a license were obtained. 
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