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Fredericksburg Incident Report

by - posted Dec 26 2012 2:19PM
FREDERICKSBURG POLICE INCIDENTS
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 2012
BURGLARY:
Rappaport Companies, 1320 Central Park Blvd, 12/20 – 12/21 9:00 a.m. An employee at one of
the business suites reported that an unknown person gained entry to her office by breaking in
through the door. Three other office doors were also found damaged, although nothing appeared
to be stolen from any of the businesses. The investigation is ongoing.
100 block Wellington Lakes Dr, 12/24 7:00 p.m. A resident reported that an unknown person
broke into her apartment through a locked window and stole a computer game system. The
investigation is ongoing.
LARCENY:
1700 block Franklin St, 12/21 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. A resident reported that a Christmas
decoration was stolen from her front yard. No suspects or witnesses at this time.
Lafayette Coin Laundry, 2012 Lafayette Blvd, 12/21 – 12/22 8:00 a.m. The owner reported that
an unknown person broke into the game machine and stole a quantity of coins. No suspects or
witnesses at this time.
700 block Littlepage St, 12/21 – 12/22 10:00 a.m. A resident reported that a cast iron set of table
and chairs was stolen from the front driveway. No suspects or witnesses at this time.
ABC Store, 1416 Carl D Silver Pkwy, 12/22 5:20 p.m. An employee reported that three teenage
females stole bottles of liquor by concealing them in a purse. The investigation is ongoing.
1700 block Washington Ave, 12/22 – 12/23 7:55 a.m. A resident reported that his radio/CD
player was stolen from his vehicle. No suspects or witnesses at this time.
Plank Road Laundromat, 2014 Plank Rd, 12/23 12:50 p.m. An employee reported that a quantity
of cash was stolen from the register. The investigation is ongoing.
VANDALISM:
900 block Charlotte St, 12/19 – 12/21 9:00 a.m. A resident reported that a tire on his vehicle was
slashed. No suspects or witnesses at this time.
800 block Monument Ave, 12/21 – 12/22 8:00 a.m. A Spotsylvania resident reported that three
of her vehicle tires were punctured and her car was scratched and damaged while it was parked
on the street. No suspects or witnesses at this time.
100 block Lafayette Blvd, 12/22 – 12/23 3:00 p.m. A resident reported that an unknown person
dented her vehicle while it was parked on the street. No suspects or witnesses at this time.
DUI ARRESTS:
Amin Moori, 65, of Fredericksburg was arrested for DUI in the 3300 block of Fall Hill Avenue.
ARRESTS:
James Esposito, 26, of Fredericksburg was arrested for two counts of domestic assault and
battery.
Vanessa Harrate, 33, of no fixed address was arrested for public intoxication.
James Brown, 61, of no fixed address was arrested for failure to appear in court and possession
of alcohol after being interdicted.
Regina Brooks, 55, of Fredericksburg was arrested for public intoxication.
Melvin Mosley, 31, of Fredericksburg was arrested for domestic assault and battery.
Pisawat Sanginthirath, 39, of Spotsylvania was arrested for violation of a protective order.
Marquise Alston, 24, of Fredericksburg was arrested for domestic assault and battery.
Bernhard Randhahn, 45, of Fredericksburg was arrested for simple assault.
Donald Brown, 53, of Fredericksburg was arrested for shoplifting from Walmart.
Ulysses Karpedah, 30, of Spotsylvania was arrested for felony shoplifting from Walmart and on
an outstanding warrant from Prince William County charging him with failure to appear in court.
Printice Meredith, 31, of no fixed address was arrested for shoplifting from Wegmans.
Bryan Abeyta, 24, of Spotsylvania was arrested for urinating in public.
Theresa Doyle, 26, of Fredericksburg was arrested for public intoxication.
Adam McGhee, 28, of Fredericksburg was arrested for public intoxication.
David Abraham, 26, of Stafford was arrested for public intoxication.
Sheldon Franklin, 26, of Fredericksburg was arrested for domestic assault and battery and felony
strangulation.
Christopher Booth, 34, of Fredericksburg was arrested for domestic assault and battery and
public intoxication.
Darren Acors, 25, of Spotsylvania was arrested for urinating in public.
Roberto Quiles, 25, of Fredericksburg was arrested for assault and battery.
Juvenile female, 17, was arrested for shoplifting from Target.
Juvenile female, 17, was arrested for shoplifting from Target.
Rashem Melendez, 21, of no fixed address was arrested for trespassing.
Rachelle Baumgardner, 21, of no fixed address was arrested for trespassing.
Marque Stewart, 28, of Stafford was arrested for public intoxication and on a warrant from
Stafford County charging him with failure to appear in court.
Melvin Saunders, 24, of King George was arrested on a warrant from King George County
charging him with failure to appear in court.
Kelly Nunnally, 23, of Stafford was arrested for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.
Tilghman Drumheller, 24, of no fixed address was arrested for possession of marijuana with
intent to distribute, eluding, providing false identification to avoid arrest, and resisting arrest.
Drumheller was also served with outstanding warrants from Stafford and Spotsylvania Counties
charging him with probation violation and failure to appear in court.
Melvin Davis, 67, of Spotsylvania was arrested for shoplifting from Walmart.
Julie Park, 33, of Woodford was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and felony
shoplifting from Kohls.
Heidi Lambert, 25, of Spotsylvania was arrested for shoplifting from Walmart.
Angionette Washington, 38, of Fredericksburg was arrested for shoplifting from 7-Eleven.
Edwin Hernandez, 28, of Spotsylvania was arrested for felony possession of a schedule I,II
narcotic, public intoxication, and on an outstanding warrant from Prince William County
charging him with failure to appear in court.
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12/26/2012 2:19PM
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