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Posts from April 2014
by Sheriff Tony Lippa posted Apr 30 2014 10:47AM
Week Ending April 19, 2014
Date Investigating Officer Violator Information Charges
04/14/2014 Deputy S.A. Smith Patricia Guardiola, 52,
Woodford, VA
assault & battery
04/16/2014 Deputy S.A. Buttner Richard B. Hardy, 27,
Ruther Glen, VA
breaking & entering, grand larceny, and larceny w/intent to sell
04/17/2014 Inv. K. DiGravio Diana Gough, 63,
King George, VA
two counts of assault & battery and contributing to the delinquency of a minor
04/17/2014 Inv. K. DiGravio Dean R. Franklin, 36,
Fredericksburg, VA
driving under the influence and reckless driving
04/17/2014 Inv. K. DiGravio Nicola Danfora, 65,
Hanover, VA
malicious wounding
04/17/2014 Inv. K. Digravio Joseph A. Barnes, Jr., 27,
Hanover, VA
failure to register
by Natatia Bledsoe posted Apr 30 2014 10:44AM
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 2014 
 
LARCENY: 
Fredericksburg United Methodist Church, 308 Hanover St, 4/25 – 4/29 10:00 a.m. A church 
official reported that an unknown person stole the license plates from a church-owned vehicle. 
No suspects or witnesses at this time. 
Wegman’s, 2281 Carl D Silver Pkwy, 4/29 5:10 p.m. A shopper reported that an unknown 
person stole her paycheck from her unlocked vehicle. No suspects or witnesses at this time. 
ARRESTS: 
Joann Pangle, 26, of Stafford was arrested for shoplifting from Walmart. 
Filed Under :
Topics : Law_Crime
People : Joann Pangle
by Diane Richardson posted Apr 30 2014 10:24AM
MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH INVOLVING BICYCLIST: On April 28 at 11:20 p.m., a Charles County Sheriff’s officer was patrolling the area of Smallwood Drive near Mall Circle when a bicycle entered the path of his cruiser. The officer did not have enough time to react and struck the bicyclist. The bicyclist, a 33-year-old male from Waldorf, was transported to a hospital where he was admitted with serious injuries; the officer was not injured. Cpl. B. Saunders of the Traffic Operations Unit is investigating.
STOLEN MOTORCYCLE RECOVERED: On April 28 at 12:30 p.m., Cpl. B. Saunders observed a motorcycle being driven recklessly in the area of Route 228 and Crain Highway. He attempted to stop the motorcycle but the driver fled. Cpl Saunders broadcast a lookout for the vehicle and maintained a visual on it. The motorcycle stopped for a red light at which time Cpl. Saunders approached the operator on foot and ordered him off the bike. A computer check revealed the motorcycle had been stolen from Greenbelt. Justin Ricardo Daniels, 22, of Clinton, was arrested and charged with theft and several traffic violations.
BURGLARY REPORTED: On April 26 at 5:45 p.m., a man reported someone broke into his home in the 3000 block of Palmer Place in Waldorf and stole prescription opiate medications. Officers are pursuing leads. POII C. Garner is investigating.
TWO MEN CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED MURDER OF ACQUAINTANCE: On April 26, Charles County Sheriff’s detectives arrested DeAndre Campbell, 19, of Waldorf and Stephen Jordan, 18, of Indian Head in connection with assaulting a 21-year-old male who Campbell only knew as an acquaintance. The assault occurred on April 23 at 10:30 p.m. on a dirt road near the 3700 block of Linkins Road in Indian Head. The victim had agreed to meet with Campbell but was attacked by Campbell and two other men. The victim was assaulted then dragged into a wooded area where he was left for dead. Before fleeing, the suspects stole the victim’s shoes. The victim was able to summon help and was flown to a hospital with severe facial wounds. At the onset, detectives had few leads; however, they were able to subsequently link Campbell and Jordan to the assault. Campbell and Jordan were charged with attempt murder, first-degree assault, second-degree assault, and robbery. Charges are pending against a juvenile suspect. Detectives Wimberly is investigating.  
VANDALISM/RACE, RELIGIOUS, ETHNIC EVENT: On April 23 at 5:45 p.m., officers responded to the Nanjemoy Community Center at 4375 Port Tobacco Road for the report of vandalism. Investigation showed someone used chalk and drew offensive images and swastikas  on a sidewalk and on the basketball court.
THEFT: An air conditioner was reported stolen from a house in the 10800 block of Demarr Road in White Plains sometime during the last few weeks. Officer P. Hood is investigating. 
CALL FOR ALTERCATION LEADS TO DWI ARREST AND DISCOVERY OF ASSAULT:On April 23 at 1:42 a.m., officers responded to 2360 Old Washington Road in Waldorf for the report of a large fight in the parking lot of a bar. When officers arrived, many of the people had already left and officers dispersed the remaining crowd. At the same time, officers received a call about a possible drunk driver in Waldorf. The caller said a pick-up truck was north on Route 301 when the driver ran over the median, struck a few small trees, and continued on Crain Highway.  Officers followed a trail of fluids that were leaking from the vehicle and located the truck at a nearby motel. Officers located the driver in one of the rooms and determined he was impaired. In addition, officers located another man in the room who had a small puncture wound to his neck. Both men said they had been at the bar when the fight occurred. The man said he was stabbed with an unknown object but he did not realize it until later. He was transported to a hospital where he was treated and released.  The driver, Edward Welch, 18, of Waldorf, was arrested and charged with driving while impaired, driving under the influence, negligent driving and other traffic violations. Officer J. Clagget is investigating.
 
Charles County Crime Solvers offers rewards of up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest or indictment of a person responsible for a crime in Charles County. Anyone with information about an unsolved crime or the location of a fugitive may contact Charles County Crime Solvers by calling 1-866-411-TIPS, texting CHARLES + the tip to CRIMES (274637) or submitting tips online at tipsubmit.com. All individuals who provide tips through Crime Solvers will remain anonymous. Learn more at the CCSO’s website.
 
by Officer Ericca K. Figueroa posted Apr 29 2014 3:09PM
Incidents and arrests released on:                                                                            Tuesday, April 29, 2014
 
 
**INCIDENTS**
 
 
Strong Armed Robbery – On April 29th at 5:28AM, police responded to the area of Minnieville Rd and Dale Blvd in Woodbridge (22193) to investigate a robbery.  The victim, a 26 year old man of Lorton, reported to police that he was approached by two unknown men while in a vehicle, stopped at a traffic signal, at the above referenced intersection.  During the encounter, the men displayed a handgun and demanded money. The victim was relieved of his wallet and an undisclosed amount of US Currency before the men fled from the area on foot. No injuries were reported.
                Suspect Description:
                Black male, between 25 & 30 years of age, 5’8”, 210lbs with medium build
                Last seen wearing a black t-shirt and black pants
 
                Black male [no further physical description]
                Last seen wearing a white and black t-shirt and black pants
 
Strong Armed Robbery – On April 27th at 10:08PM, police responded to the Shell Gas Station located at 3186 River Heritage Blvd in Woodbridge (22026) to investigate a robbery.  The victims, a 45 year old man and a 33 year old man, both of Woodbridge, reported to police that they were approached of a group of unknown men and women while walking in the above area. During the encounter, one of the men displayed brass knuckles and demanded money. The victims were relieved of an undisclosed amount of US Currency before the suspect, along with the group of men and women, fled the area on foot.  No injuries were reported.
                Suspect Description:
Black male, between 18 & 25 years of age, 6’0”, 165lbs with medium build, black hair and brown eyes
                [No further description]
 
 

Indecent Exposure – On April 26th at 3:11PM, police responded to the 3400 block of Brookville Lane in Woodbridge (22192) to investigate the report of an indecent exposure.  The victims, a 14 year old girl and a 12 year old girl, both of Woodbridge, reported to police that an unknown man exposed himself, while standing across the street from them, in the above referenced area. The suspect fled the area prior to police arrival. 
Suspect Description:
                Black male, between 20 & 30 years of age, 6’0”, 170lbs with thin build
                Last seen wearing a blue hoodie style sweatshirt, blue jeans and black shoes
               
 
Unattended Death - On April 23rd at 3:35PM, police responded to the Prince William-Manassas Regional Adult Detention Center located at 9320 Lee Avenue in Manassas (20110) to investigate the report of an unresponsive female inmate.  The inmate, a 41 year old woman of Manassas, was found unresponsive by detention center staff on April 23rd at 3:29PM.  Detention center medical personnel responded to the inmate and performed CPR, along with correctional officers, until rescue personnel arrived.  The inmate was transported to an area hospital where she was later pronounced deceased.  The death appeared to be from apparent medical complications. A final autopsy report is pending.
                Identified:
                The deceased has been identified as Carolyn Nichols HACKNEY, 41, of Manassas
 
 

**ARRESTS**
 
Narcotics Investigation – On April 28th, detectives from the Street Crimes Unit concluded an investigation involving prostitution. As a result of the investigation, a search warrant was conducted in the 2600 block of Prince William Parkway in Woodbridge (22192).  During the search, detectives located an undisclosed amount of US currency and items consistent with prostitution. A traffic stop, also related to the investigation, was conducted in the above referenced area. As result of the stop, detectives located a schedule I narcotic [MDMA] and marijuana. Following the investigation, all five accused were arrested without incident.
                Arrested on April 28th:
                Brittany Nell CLARK, 23, of no fixed address
                Charged with prostitution and maintaining a bawdy place
                Court date: unavailable | Bond: unavailable
 
                Tanesha Lacole EPPS, 27, of 149 Peppertree Wy in Pittsburg, California
                Charged with prostitution and maintaining a bawdy place
                Court date: unavailable | Bond: unavailable
 
                Gary Wayne HARRIS, 54, of 14800 Cloverdale Rd in Woodbridge
                Charged with solicitation of a prostitute
                Court date: unavailable | Bond: released with a summons
 
                Jamal Isaac ROANE, 35, of 15277 Lord Culpeper Ct in Woodbridge
Charged with possessions of a schedule I or II narcotic [MDMA], possession of marijuana and maintaining a bawdy place
Court date: unavailable | Bond: unavailable
 
Marvin SANCHEZ, 33, of 3651 Morgan Ct in Dumfries
Charged with solicitation of prostitution
Court date: unavailable | Bond: released with a summons
 
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by Natatia Bledsoe posted Apr 29 2014 11:07AM
TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 2014 
 
LARCENY: 
Hobby Lobby, 1360 Carl D Silver Pkwy, 4/28 2:00 p.m. – 7:50 p.m. An employee reported that 
an unknown person stole her wallet from her purse in the break room. The victim’s credit cards 
were later used to make fraudulent purchases at area stores. The investigation is ongoing. 
FRAUD: 
Gamestop, 1667 Carl D Silver Pkwy, 4/25 – 4/28 10:30 a.m. A manager reported that three male 
subjects paid for merchandise using fraudulent traveler’s checks. The investigation is ongoing. 
ARRESTS: 
Joshua Stoddard, 22, of Spotsylvania was arrested for public intoxication and possession of 
marijuana. 
Kristin Voit, 49, of no fixed address was arrested for public intoxication. 
Joshua Abbott, 23, of Fredericksburg was arrested for public intoxication. 
Filed Under :
Topics : Law_Crime
by Officer Ericca K. Figueroa posted Apr 29 2014 11:06AM
Incidents and arrests released on:                                                                            Monday, April 28, 2014
 
**INCIDENTS**
 
Strong Armed Robbery – On April 24th at 3:52PM, police responded to the area of Yellow Lily Ct and Rosemary Dr in Manassas (20109) to investigate a robbery.  The victim, a 15 year old female juvenile of Manassas, reported to police that while walking in the above area she was approached by an unknown female. During the encounter, the female struck the victim with her fist and took her cell phone before fleeing from the area on foot. Officers were not able to locate the female. No injuries were reported.
                Suspect Description:
                Black female, between 16 & 17 years of age, 5’2”, 120lbs with thin build and black hair
                Last seen wearing a black cheetah print shirt, black legging style pants and black boots
 
Commercial Burglary – On April 26th at 8:50AM, police responded to Chemung Contracting, located at 7201 Rail Line Ct in Gainesville (20155).  An employee reported to police that the burglary occurred between April 25th at 8:00PM and April 26th at 6:55AM. There were no signs of forced entry. Entry was made through an unsecure door. Miscellaneous tools, valued around $12,700, were reported missing.
 
Commercial Burglary – On April 24th at 1:32PM, police responded to Trinity Kitchen and Bath located at 13164 Centerpoint Wy in Woodbridge (22193) to investigate a burglary.  An employee reported to police that the burglary occurred between April 24th at 2:51PM and April 25th at 8:30AM. Entry was gained when an unknown person(s) pried open a secured door.  A laptop, valued around $2,000, was reported missing.
 
Residential Burglary – On April 26th at 9:07PM, police responded to the 11800 block of Sinclair Ln in Manassas (20112) to investigate a burglary. The homeowner reported to police that the burglary occurred between April 15th at 11:15PM and April 17th at 1:30PM.  There were no signs of forced entry.  An undisclosed amount of US Currency, metal detectors and a game system controller, valued around $250, were reported missing.
 
Residential Burglary – On April 25th at 3:49PM, police responded to the 4800 block of Kentwood Ct in Woodbridge (22193) to investigate a burglary. The homeowner reported to police that the burglary occurred between 7:45AM and 3:45PM. Entry was made through a rear sliding glass door that was pried open. Various property, prescription medication and an undisclosed amount of US Currency, valued around $1,800, was reported missing.
 

Residential Burglary – On April 25th at 1:54PM, police responded to the 2800 block of Myrtlewood Dr in Dumfries (22026) to investigate a burglary.  The homeowner reported to police that the burglary occurred on April 24th between 9:00AM and 10:00PM.  Entry was made into a garage attached to the residence through an open garage door.  Entry was not made to the inside of the residence.  A bicycle, valued around $200, was reported missing.
**ARRESTS**
 
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Malicious Wounding – On April 27th at 9:14AM, police responded to the 12700 block of Tadworth Pl in Woodbridge (22193) to investigation a domestic disturbance. The victim, a 25 year old woman of Woodbridge, reported to police that she and the accused, a known acquaintance, had a verbal altercation which escalated. During the encounter, the accused struck the victim in the face with his fist before fleeing from the residence. The victim then reported the incident to police.  Following the investigation, the accused was arrested without incident.
                Arrested on April 27th:
                Charleston Lamar HARRIS, 31, of the 12700 block of Tadworth Pl in Woodbridge
                Charged with malicious wounding
                Court date: unavailable | Bond: unavailable
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Possession of Child Pornography – On April 23rd, detectives from the Special Victims Unit concluded an extensive investigation involving the possession of child pornography by a registered sex offender. As a result of the investigation, two search warrants were executed, one in the 9000 block of Jerrys Cir in Manassas (20111), and the second, in the 7500 block of Prince Cole Ct in Manassas (20110). While conducting the searches, detectives located an electronic device containing child pornography. Following the investigation, the accused was arrested without incident.
                Arrested on April 23rd:
                Randy William HERMAN, Jr., 26, of 7504 Prince Cole Ct in Manassas
                Charged with 10 counts of possession of child pornography
                Court date: June 12, 2014 | Bond: Held without bond 
 
Filed Under :
Topics : Law_Crime
by Natatia Bledsoe posted Apr 28 2014 12:25PM
MONDAY, APRIL 28, 2014 
 
BURGLARY: 
900 block Myrick St, 4/24 – 4/27 7:00 p.m. A resident reported that an unknown person entered 
the home while she was in the process of moving and stole money and other items of value from 
the house. The investigation is ongoing. 
LARCENY: 
100 block Hillcrest Dr, 4/25 8:00 a.m. A resident reported that she saw a male subject steal a set 
of tires and rims from the patio area of her home. The suspect fled from the scene in a gold 
Buick. A short time later, the suspect was located at Dunning Mills Inn and he was taken into 
custody without incident. The stolen property was recovered at a tire shop in Spotsylvania 
County and returned to the victim. Steven Lee Roberts, 26, of no fixed address was arrested and 
charged with felony larceny, possession of stolen property with the intent to sell, and attempting 
to obtain money by false pretenses. 
Mary Washington Hospital, 1001 Sam Perry Blvd, 4/26 12:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. A Stafford 
resident reported that an unknown person stole her vehicle from the parking lot of the hospital 
and returned it to another parking space with damage to the exterior. The investigation is 
ongoing. 
1500 block Princess Anne St, 4/21 – 4/26 3:15 p.m. A resident reported that an unknown person 
stole an outdoor heater and a lawn mower from his back yard. No suspects or witnesses at this 
time. 
1500 block Princess Anne St, 4/21 – 4/26 3:15 p.m. A resident reported that an unknown person 
stole an outdoor heater and a lawn mower from his back yard. No suspects or witnesses at this 
time. 
1500 block Kenmore Ave, 4/26 3:30 p.m. A Stafford resident reported that an unknown person 
broke a window on her vehicle and stole a wallet and other items of value from inside. No 
suspects or witnesses at this time. 
Giant, 1245 Jefferson Davis Hwy, 4/26 5:00 p.m. A patron reported that an unknown person 
stole a jacket and other items of value from his unsecured vehicle in the parking lot. No suspects 
or witnesses at this time. 
TGI Friday’s, 1160 Carl D Silver Pkwy, 4/26 11:00 p.m. A manager reported that two male 
subjects left the restaurant without paying for their meals. The investigation is ongoing. 
2100 block Idlewild Blvd, 4/26 – 4/27 2:00 a.m. A resident reported that she and her husband 
returned home and found that their vehicle had been driven by an unknown person and returned 
to a parking space around the corner from its original location. The investigation is ongoing. 
City Dock, 200 Sophia St, 4/27 11:25 a.m. A witness reported that an older white male wearing 
jeans and a striped shirt stole a length of chain from the Irish Brigade memorial. The witness also 
reported that the suspect left the scene riding a black bicycle. The investigation is ongoing. 
Walmart, 1800 Carl D Silver Pkwy, 4/27 2:30 a.m. A loss prevention officer reported that an 
unknown suspect driving a UHaul truck broke into a storage crate and stole a large number of 
used vehicle batteries. The investigation is ongoing. 
DUI ARRESTS: 
Chad Garnett, 27, of Stafford was arrested for possession of heroin, possession of drug 
paraphernalia, and DUI in the 1700 block of Carl D Silver Parkway. 
Donnell Green, 45, of King George was arrested for DUI in the 900 block of the Blue and Grey 
Parkway. 
Antwan Benthall, 26, of Spotsylvania was arrested for DUI in the 1300 block of Central Park 
Boulevard. 
ARRESTS: 
Domingue Washington, 26, of King George was arrested for possession of marijuana. 
Willie Woodard, 23, of Spotsylvania was arrested for destruction of property. 
Terrence Kandeh, 31, of Fredericksburg was arrested for destruction of property. 
Sarah Newton, 21, of no fixed address was arrested on a warrant from Stafford charging her with 
domestic assault and battery. 
Terrio Weathers, 22, of Richmond was arrested for possession of alcohol on the riverbank. 
Evan Morton, 20, of Richmond was arrested for underage possession of alcohol. 
Steven Williams, 22, of Stafford was arrested for shoplifting from Walmart. 
Nicole Warren, 23, of Spotsylvania was arrested for failure to appear in court. 
Riley Rehberg, 18, of Spotsylvania was arrested for trespassing on the riverbank after dark. 
Matthew Smith, 19, of Partlow was arrested for trespassing on the riverbank after dark. 
Ethan Oakley, 19, of Fredericksburg was arrested for trespassing on the riverbank after dark. 
Jean Novenario, 20, of Fredericksburg was arrested for trespassing on the riverbank after dark. Austin Scott, 20, of Spotsylvania was arrested for trespassing on the riverbank after dark. 
Kelsey McPeters, 19, of Fredericksburg was arrested for trespassing on the riverbank after dark. 
Yaroslav Maslov, 18, of Stafford was arrested for trespassing on the riverbank after dark. 
Haley Fisher, 19, of Stafford was arrested for trespassing on the riverbank after dark. 
Heather Evans, 18, of Spotsylvania was arrested for trespassing on the riverbank after dark.
by Diane Richardson posted Apr 28 2014 11:29AM
Charles County Sheriff Rex W. Coffey said officers have arrested and charged Tonya Renae Riffe, 34, and Lila Juanita Smith, 27, both of Waldorf, in connection with two separate cases of kidnapping and robbery that occurred within the past few days.  The first abduction was reported on April 25 but actually occurred on April 23 at 1 p.m., when a 70-year-old man was walking toward his car in the parking lot of Food Lion at 100 Drury Drive in La Plata. A white female approached and placed an object in his back and told the victim to get in his car or she would harm him. The man complied. The woman directed the victim to drive a short distance where they stopped and picked up a black female. The women then directed the man to drive to a nearby bank but he claimed he did not use a bank so they demanded to be dropped off in a neighborhood in Waldorf. 
On April 26, at 5:30 a.m., a 17-year-old male was leaving the Westlake Dash-In at 2007 Smallwood Drive. As he approached his car near the gas pumps, he noticed a white female standing near the driver’s side. The female displayed a gun and told the victim to get in the car; he complied. The suspect then told the victim to drive a short distance where they picked up a black female. Both women demanded the victim drive to a nearby ATM. The victim was not able to get money from the ATM so they took the money from his wallet. They got out of the car at a nearby business. 
 
On April 27, at about 4 a.m., officers responded to a drug store on Leonardtown Road in Waldorf for a shoplifting in progress. When officers arrived, they spotted the suspects’ car in the parking lot. A computer check revealed the car was stolen. Upon making contact with the suspects, officers noted they matched the description of the two women responsible for the earlier abductions and robberies; they were taken into custody.
 
Upon further investigation, detectives assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division, with the assistance of the CCSO Emergency Services Team and patrol officers, served a search warrant at a house where the suspects were living and recovered a black BB gun and other evidence linking Riffe and Smith to the robberies. Both suspects were charged with armed robbery, kidnapping, first-degree assault, second-degree assault, use of a firearm in commission with a felony and theft. They are being held at the Charles County Detention Center. 
 
 
 
Charles County Crime Solvers offers rewards of up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest or indictment of a person responsible for a crime in Charles County. Anyone with information about an unsolved crime or the location of a fugitive may contact Charles County Crime Solvers by calling 1-866-411-TIPS, texting CHARLES + the tip to CRIMES (274637) or submitting tips online at tipsubmit.com. All individuals who provide tips through Crime Solvers will remain anonymous. Learn more at the CCSO’s website.
 
Filed Under :
Topics : Law_Crime
Location : Charles CountyInWaldorf
by Jeffrey Pearce posted Apr 24 2014 3:50PM
 
On Wednesday, 4/23/14, Street Crimes Unit Deputies Harris and Greene conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle, being driven by Anthony Miller, in the area of mile marker 117 on interstate 95.  The vehicle was stopped for a minor traffic infraction. Miller, 27 from Cleveland Heights, Ohio, was cooperative with Deputies.  During the interaction with the Street Crimes Unit Deputies, it was discovered that He, (Miller), was secreting marijuana in the vehicle.  During further investigation, Deputies uncovered over 36 lbs. of marijuana hidden in the trunk of the suspect's vehicle.  Miller was arrested for the Possession with Intent to Distribute Marijuana; over 5 pounds; a felony in Virginia.  Miller was taken before a Magistrate and was ordered held at RRJ with no bond.  The street value of the marijuana is approximately $174,000. 
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Sheriff Roger L. Harris noted several recent successes of the Street Crimes Unit; a Unit within the Criminal Investigations Division of the Sheriff’s Office.  “Since Jan 01, 2014 the Special Investigations Unit has seized approximately $75,000 in cash from various narcotics investigations, along with numerous vehicles and firearms”.  This particular Unit concentrates on Robbery crews, Larceny and theft Organizations and targets high crime areas, seeking the identification and ultimately the successful resolution to criminal activity of the particular group or organization that is committing these acts in Spotsylvania County.  The work very closely with Patrol Deputies and other CID components, such as Narcotics and General Assignments Units to help wherever and whenever they are needed.  

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by Major Michael R. LaCasse Chief Deputy posted Apr 24 2014 1:26PM
On April 21, 2014 at 8:38 pm, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 8000 block of Wilderness Woods Lane in Unionville, Virginia for reported assault and batteries.  Upon arriving, deputies discovered that not only had three people been assaulted but also a burglary had occurred and a robbery had taken place.  The three victims of the crimes were transported to a local hospital for various injuries, some of which were serious in nature.  After investigation, the Sheriff’s Office is now able to report that the following persons were arrested for the following offenses:
 
Michael T. Dyer Jr., age 24, of Rhoadesville, Virginia was arrested for three counts of malicious wounding and one count of burglary with intent to commit assault and battery while armed with a deadly weapon.
 
Crystal E. Proffitt, age 24, of Orange, Virginia was arrested for one count of conspiracy to commit robbery and one count of conspiracy to commit malicious wounding.
 
Erin P. Young, age 26, of Unionville, Virginia was arrested for one count of burglary with intent to commit assault and one count of conspiracy to commit malicious wounding.
 
Ryan Watson, age 28, of Fredericksburg, Virginia was arrested for two counts of malicious wounding.
 
William A. Manigo, age 31, of Gordonsville, Virginia was arrested for one count of malicious wounding.
 
One individual is currently wanted by the Orange Sheriff’s Office.  Jason Loving, age 31, of Fredericksburg, Virginia is wanted for one count of burglary with intent to commit assault and batter while armed with a deadly weapon.
 
Anyone with information concerning these crimes or the whereabouts of Jason Loving are asked to contact Investigator Johnny Thomas or Lt. Brad Darnell at the Orange Sheriff’s Office (540) 672-1200.
 
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