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Stafford County crime report May 28-June 6

by | Jun 6, 2024 | ALLFFP, Police and Fire, Stafford

The following crimes were reported to the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office from May 28-June 6:

  • ALCOHOL OFFENSE Lowe’s, 1330 Stafford Market Place, 5/31, 3:30 a.m. Deputy B.M. Stanfill was driving in the area when a juvenile stumbled across the road in front of him. Wanting to answer the age-old question of why did the juvenile cross the road, Stanfill made contact with him. The 16-year-old was clearly intoxicated and was in possession of BuzzBallz. His parents got an early wake up call to pick up their son and a criminal complaint for underage possession of alcohol was submitted.
  • ASSAULT Susan Street, 5/24, 9:32 p.m. Deputy X.D. Bates responded to an assault. It was discovered a male and female were engaged in a disagreement over personal matters when a neighbor interjected himself into the argument. This unwanted third-party would assault the male. The incident was captured on camera. A permitted warrant for assault and battery was obtained. Genesis Logistics, 705 Bradburn Place, 5/27, 3:25 a.m. Sergeant A.T. Leckemby responded to Genesis Logistics once again for yet another assault. Staff advised they were removing an employee due to an internal investigation when that employee decided he wasn’t going to leave quietly. The suspect assaulted his supervisor. Not only is it unlikely he will be returning to work there, he also received a permitted warrant for assault and battery. Walmart, 125 Washington Square Plaza, 6/5, 6:19 p.m. Deputy K.W. Suter responded to an assault. It was discovered a male and female got into a verbal argument when the male struck the female. In an attempt to help the female, another male jumped in to stop the assault, but ended up being assaulted himself. The suspect was located in an intoxicated state. He was charged with two counts of assault and battery as well as public intoxication. He was held at Rappahannock Regional Jail until sober.
  • DISORDERLY CONDUCT Target, 25 South Gateway Drive, 5/31, 7:32 p.m. Deputy C.D. Quebedeaux was investigating a larceny when staff informed him of an argument in the parking lot. Two adult females and a juvenile female were screaming, cursing, and causing a rather big scene. Quebedeaux separated all parties in hopes to deescalate the situation; however, the peace did not last. One of the adults would not calm down and continued to scream and curse. The juvenile would strike this adult. The juvenile received a criminal complaint for assault and battery while the adult who refused to stop making a scene was charged with disorderly conduct. She was released by the magistrate on personal recognizance. 
  • DRUGS Fredericksburg Orthopedics, 90 Greenspring Drive, 6/4, 12:22 a.m. Deputy X.D. Bates was in the area when he observed two people within a vehicle. Considering the time of night, it was unlikely the two were there for musculoskeletal issues, so Bates made contact with them. While conversing with the pair, suspected controlled substances were located in plain view. The pair advised the white powder was only carpet cleaner; however, after understanding that lie wouldn’t work, admitted to what it truly was. Both were charged with possession of controlled substances and released by the magistrate on personal recognizance. 
  • DUI Wawa, 920 Wonder Road, 5/27, 3:11 a.m. Deputy R.A. Peterson responded to the new Wawa for an old problem. The caller advised the driver of a Mustang appeared intoxicated. Peterson located the Mustang driver and observed signs of intoxication. The driver also advised he consumed beer at a bar on Wicomico Drive. He was charged with driving under the influence with a blood alcohol content between .15 and .2. He was held at Rappahannock Regional Jail on a $3,000 secured bond. McDonald’s, 316 Butler Road, 5/27, 8:32 p.m. Deputy D.S. Jett observed a revoked driver behind the wheel and made contact with him. The driver acted as if he did not know his license was not valid and he was out for a nugget run. His McNuggets would have to wait, for Jett observed several signs of intoxication. The driver advised he consumed a mixed drink; however, was unsure how much alcohol was truly in it. He was charged with driving under the influence and driving while revoked. The driver was not loving it when he was held at Rappahannock Regional Jail without bond. 3600 block of Richmond Highway, 5/30, 7:27 p.m. Deputy W.E. Trainor responded to a single vehicle auto accident. It was discovered a truck traveling northbound lost control, crossed into the southbound lanes before ending its journey in a ditch. The driver had signs of intoxication and admitted to consuming approximately eight beers before driving. If the driver wasn’t in trouble enough already, he would provide a false identity. He was charged with driving under the influence, driving without a driver’s license, driving without insurance, providing a false identity to law enforcement, and reckless driving. He was held at Rappahannock Regional Jail on a $3,000 secured bond. Deacon Road, 6/1, 11:00 p.m. Deputy J.W. Ahern responded to an auto accident. Dispatch received an automatic crash notification from a Honda. It was discovered a vehicle crashed into the median. The driver had signs of intoxication, admitted to consuming alcohol prior to driving, and multiple cans of alcohol were located in the vehicle. Thanks to her Honda tattling on her, the driver was charged with driving under the influence. She was held at Rappahannock Regional Jail on a $2,000 secured bond.
  • FRAUD Banner Springs Circle, 5/30, 9:14 p.m. A victim received a message from someone posing as a Norton employee. This fake employee advised the victim owed money, but would help settle the debt. Instead, the fake employee would “accidentally” refund the victim too much money and request it back in the form of gift cards to help him keep his job. There was no money refunded to the victim, and all the money sent through gift cards was in fact the victim’s. Petunia Way, 6/5, 5:06 p.m. Deputy W.A. Bolinsky responded to a fraud. The victim advised she received a call from someone posing as a sergeant with the Fredericksburg Sheriff’s Office. The scamming sergeant advised the victim missed court and would never be able to step foot on government property again because of it. In order to fix the transgression, the sergeant instructed her to send money through CoinStar. 
  • HIT AND RUN  Dominion Energy, 980 Warrenton Road, 5/29, 7:03 a.m. Deputy K.R. Sprinkles responded to a disturbance. The caller advised a victim ran into the business claiming her ex-boyfriend was chasing her down Warrenton Road. The caller would witness this ex strike the victim’s vehicle twice before fleeing the scene. He would return this time with a hammer. The suspect was located next door attempting to eat more chicken at Chick-fil-A. He was charged with destruction of property, hit and run, disorderly conduct, and reckless driving. He was held at Rappahannock Regional Jail without bond. Target, 25 South Gateway Drive, 5/29, 6:57 p.m. Deputy J.A. Albright responded to a hit and run. The victim advised another vehicle struck and damaged her vehicle while she was in it. Luckily, a witness was able to obtain the suspect vehicle’s license plate.
  • LARCENY Target, 1090 Stafford Market Place, 5/24, 11:24 a.m. Well-aware how much shoplifters love stealing from Target, members of the Special Problems Unit conducted an anti-shoplifting detail. During the detail, Deputy M.A. Pearce observed a male suspect concealing boxes of Bud Light in a tote and only paying for a bow. While bows normally go on presents, this one ended up on the suspect’s summons for shoplifting. Walmart, 11 Village Parkway, 5/24, 4:53 p.m. Deputy S.A. Hensley responded to a larceny in the toy aisle. Staff advised a 17-year-old female was attempting to steal $60 worth of Hot Wheels and Matchbox cars. The car fan would receive a criminal complaint for shoplifting. Walmart, 14 North Stafford Complex Center, 5/24, 9:39 p.m. Deputy J.A. Albright responded to a larceny. A witness advised he observed a male suspect walk out with a cart full of alcohol. When the suspect noticed his shoplifting didn’t go unnoticed, he abandoned the stolen goods and fled the area. The cart full of alcohol that would rival most Fourth of July parties was returned. ABC Store, 1630 Publix Way, 5/26, 1:40 p.m. Deputy C.D. Sullivan and Deputy C. M. Ramirez responded to a fraud. It was discovered two male suspects paid for whiskey using a fake $100 bill and got real cash in return. It was also discovered the pair would do the same at Abner B’s Ice Cream, paying for two ice cream bowls and getting real cash in return. Sheetz, 1175 Garrisonville Road, 5/26, 3:07 p.m. Deputy A.M. Pitts responded to a beer bandit. Staff advised a male suspect walked out with two cases of beer. Autozone, 1167 Garrisonville Road, 5/28, 3:33 p.m. Deputy B.E. Vaughn responded to a larceny. Staff advised a group of people where in the zone and stole over $2,900 worth of items yesterday. Kohl’s, 1220 Stafford Market Place, 5/28, 5:41 p.m. Deputy B.E. Vaughn responded to a larceny. Staff advised a male suspect stole a fragrance set. Lotus Lane, 5/29, 3:27 p.m. Deputy A.M. Pitts responded to a larceny. The victim advised FedEx dropped off a package containing multiple iPhones. Three minutes later, an unknown male pulled up in a silver SUV, sprinted to the victim’s porch, and stole the box. The incident was captured on camera. Genesis Logistics, 705 Bradburn Place, 5/29, 7:45 p.m. Deputy J.J. Holetzky responded once again to Genesis Logistics. The victim advised her AirPods were stolen. Buck Road, 5/30, 1:40 p.m. Sergeant R.K. Pinkard responded to a larceny. The victim advised her son’s bike was stolen for a second time. Target, 1090 Stafford Market Place, 5/30, 5:19 p.m. Deputy X.D. Bates responded to a larceny. Staff advised an elderly lady came to pick up her prescriptions and, in the process, took a cookware set valued at approximately $280. The suspect was quickly identified and it was discovered this was not her first time stealing on a prescription run. A warrant for larceny will be obtained. Queen Beauty, 395 Garrisonville Road, 5/31, 3:46 p.m. Deputy S.M. Eastman responded to a larceny. Staff advised a female suspect stole 11 bundles of hair extensions before fleeing in a black Acura. Deputy B.W. Gildea located the suspect vehicle, conducted a traffic stop, and identified the Rapunzel fan still in possession of the stolen hair. The Norfolk woman was issued a summons for larceny. Walmart, 11 Village Parkway, 5/31, 5:03 p.m. Deputy I.E. Baldi responded to a larceny. Staff advised a female suspect was caught attempting to steal nearly $300 worth of items. The 59-year-old admitted she did in fact come to steal and was issued a summons for larceny. Walmart, 217 Garrisonville Road, 6/1, 6:21 p.m. Deputy R.W. Stamm responded to a larceny. The victim advised while shopping she accidently left her wallet in the store. She would later remember her mistake when she got a notification her card was being used. While the transaction was denied, the suspect attempted to buy a new laptop courtesy of the victim. The suspect was identified using store cameras and warrants were obtained. Richmond Highway, 6/4, 10:18 a.m. Deputy A.M. Pitts responded to a larceny. The victim advised she was in an accident on Richmond Highway in March. After the crash, her EZPass was stolen. The victim would then notice unauthorized charges on her EZPass. Walmart, 217 Garrisonville Road, 6/4, 6:44 p.m. Deputy B.M. Stanfill responded to a larceny. The victim advised he made contact with a male suspect in order to sell an iPhone. When the two met in the parking lot, the suspect asked to take the phone to Verizon to make sure it was “real.” The suspect would leave and not return. Lakewood Drive, 6/5, 4:36 p.m. Deputy C.R. Newman responded to a larceny. The victim advised at 3:34 p.m. he got a Ring notification his Amazon package was delivered. At 4:14 p.m. he received another notification when an unknown male stole his package.
  • PUBLIC INTOXICATION  2000 Block of Courthouse Road, 5/24, 9:59 p.m. Deputy R.A. Peterson responded to an intoxicated person call. The caller advised a male who appeared “very intoxicated” was in his driveway. When Peterson arrived in the area, she quickly located the suspect due to him walking in the middle of the road and his Hawaiian shirt. The suspect had signs of intoxication and admitted to consuming alcohol at a party. The Hawaiian themed party would need to be relocated to Rappahannock Regional Jail where the suspect was charged with public intoxication and held until sober. Buffalo Mo’s, 33 Wicomico Drive, 5/25, 8:40 p.m. Deputy B.M. Stanfill responded to an intoxicated person call. Staff advised there were two unconscious females laying in the grass. When deputies arrived, one of the suspects awoke from her grassy bed and advised she consumed Fireball “along with other drinks.” She was charged with public intoxication and held at Rappahannock Regional Jail until sober. The other female was transported to Stafford Hospital due to her level of intoxication where the story continues. Stafford Hospital, 101 Hospital Center Boulevard, 5/25, 11:26 p.m. Deputy P.J. Leon responded to an intoxicated assault. The second female in the previous incident was being treated when she assaulted two nurses. She would then barricade herself in the bathroom. The bathroom barricade ended and the suspect was charged with public intoxication, two counts of assault and battery on health care workers as well as disorderly conduct. She was held at Rappahannock Regional Jail pending her willingness to participate in a bond hearing. Renee Road, 5/26, 1:50 a.m. Deputy B.M. Stanfill responded to a report of an assault. While investigating the claims, he made contact with a male suspect surrounded by multiple beer cans. If that wasn’t a clue regarding public intoxication, the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the suspect’s breath and the fact he would ask the same two questions every five minutes was. He was charged with public intoxication and held at Rappahannock Regional Jail until sober. Woodspring Suites, 1006 Corporate Drive, 5/26, 3:51 a.m. Deputy R.A. Peterson responded to a disturbance. Staff advised a male was in the lobby drooling, screaming, and banging on the wall to the point that his hands were bloody. When Deputy Peterson arrived, the suspect appeared to be hallucinating as he rolled around on the ground. A witness advised the suspect took cocaine, further proving just how dangerous drugs are. The suspect was found with a smoking device that had suspected controlled substances in it. The suspect was charged with public intoxication and possession of controlled substances. He was held at Rappahannock Regional Jail pending his ability to participate in a bond hearing. Payton Drive, 5/26, 3:06 p.m. Deputy A.J. Charoenthep responded to an unknown problem. The caller advised an unknown female was sitting in his yard who appeared disoriented. Charoenthep located the suspect in an intoxicated state. While the suspect denied consuming drugs, sitting next to her was suspected controlled substances. She would later advise her drug of choice was heroin. She was charged with two counts of possession of controlled substances and public intoxication. She was held at Rappahannock Regional Jail pending her ability to participate in a bond hearing. Munsons Hill Court, 5/27, 5:27 p.m. Deputy R.J. Kemp responded to a disturbance. The victim advised an unknown female and child entered his house as he was cooking. He further advised the female appeared intoxicated. Kemp located the child and suspect, who was intoxicated. The suspect advised she and her child walked miles to Lakeview Court, where she thought she currently was. She was taken into custody while a responsible and sober guardian responded to take care of the child. At the magistrate’s office, the suspect would continuously cause disturbances. She was charged with public intoxication, child neglect, unlawful entry, and obstruction of justice. She was held at Rappahannock Regional Jail pending her ability to participate in a bond hearing. The Corner Garden Center, 508 Garrisonville Road, 5/30, 6:33 p.m. Deputy X.D. Bates responded to an intoxicated person call. The caller advised there was a very “fidgety” male talking loudly to himself. Bates made contact with the suspect, who had signs of intoxication, two bottles of an alcoholic beverage on his person, and thought he was in Maryland. He was informed this is Stafford County and was charged with public intoxication. He was held at Rappahannock Regional Jail until sober. Chatham Bridge, 5/31, 10:45 p.m. Deputy S.A. Fulford responded to an intoxicated person call. The caller advised a female was staggering on the bridge and smelled like alcohol. Fulford arrived and made contact with the now-singing suspect. Her solo was cut short due to her extremely intoxicated state. She was charged with public intoxication and held at Rappahannock Regional Jail until sober. Wild Oak Lane, 6/4, 1:13 a.m. Deputy W.E. Trainor responded to a verbal argument. The male party involved was highly intoxicated in public and would continue yelling at the female. Trainor detained the suspect in hopes to de-escalate the incident; however, the suspect did not want to be de-escalated. He was charged with public intoxication, and obstruction of justice. He was held at Rappahannock Regional Jail until sober.
  • TRAFFIC OFFENSE Intersection of Richmond Highway and Eskimo Hill Road, 6/5, 4:02 p.m. First Sergeant A.I. Assur was in the area when a driver decided to drive 64mph before Assur’s eyes despite the speed limit being 50mph. A traffic stop was conducted and it was discovered the driver had a revoked license due to a previous DUI offense. There were also numerous infractions discovered to include no registration, no inspection, and no insurance. The driver was charged with driving after forfeiture of his license, fictitious registration, failure to obey a highway sign, no inspection, no registration, and no insurance. He was released by the magistrate on personal recognizance. 
  • VANDALISM Limestone Way, 5/27, 2:42 a.m. Deputy M.N. Sayegh responded to a vandalism. The victim advised her vehicle had paint dumped on it. The unwanted paint job was captured on camera. Bunker Lane, 5/28, 7:41 p.m. Deputy L.T. Ward responded to a vandalism. The victim advised a family member broke multiple glass items within the residence due to her cell phone services being suspended for punishment for not doing the dishes. A permitted warrant for destruction of property was obtained. Briggs Lane, 5/29, 7:52 p.m. Deputy M.N. Sayegh and Deputy S.A. Hensley responded to a vandalism. The victim advised he had a verbal altercation with a neighbor earlier in the day. In retaliation for the disagreement, the suspect would vandalize the victim’s camper and assault him. The suspect was discovered to be wanted out of Stafford County for two counts of animal cruelty. He was charged with assault and battery, destruction of property, and served on his outstanding warrants. He was held at Rappahannock Regional Jail on a $10,000 secured bond. 
  • WARRANT SERVED Mine Road, 6/5, 11:25 a.m. Deputy B.W. Gildea was investigating an assault when he discovered one of the parties involved was wanted out of Stafford County for brandishing a firearm. After settling the assault claim, Gildea served the suspect on his warrant. He was released by the magistrate on personal recognizance. 

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