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by AP posted May 3 2012 11:47AM
THURSDAY, MAY 3, 2012
ASSAULT:
Spirits, 816 Caroline St, 5/3 2:00 am. A resident reported that while he was inside the bar, he
witnessed three male subjects verbally antagonizing another customer. The same party further
reported that when the patrons all left the establishment and walked out onto the sidewalk, he
saw the three males continuing to taunt the other customer. When the witness tried to
intervene, the three males assaulted him, forced him to the ground and kicked him in the face
and back. The three assailants then left the scene. The victim was treated by the Fire
Department’s EMS personnel, but he refused transport to the hospital for his injuries. Officers
interviewed a number of individuals who witnessed the altercation and the three possible
suspects have been identified. The investigation is ongoing.
LARCENY:
1400 block Kenmore Ave, 4/18 – 5/2 2:10 pm. A resident reported that his bicycle was stolen
from the storage area of his apartment building. No suspects or witnesses at this time.
ARRESTS:
Armando Escobar, 43, of Fredericksburg was arrested for shoplifting from Bottom Dollar.
Susan Woolf, 59, of Ruther Glen was arrested for shoplifting from Giant.
Verna McCroskey, 52, of Fredericksburg was arrested for drinking in public.
Jennifer Thomas, 22, of Fredericksburg was arrested for shoplifting from Walmart.
Mark Morris, 49, of no fixed address was arrested for public intoxication.
Juvenile female, 16, was arrested for shoplifting from Old Navy.
Michael Allen, 33, of Spotsylvania was arrested for drinking in public.
Michael Lynch, 44, of Stafford was arrested for possession of marijuana.
Jason Fordham, 29, of Fredericksburg was arrested for possession of marijuana and possession
of cocaine.
Nicholas Paone, 21, of Spotsylvania was arrested for public intoxication.
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05/03/2012 11:47AM
Fredericksburg Police Incident Reports
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