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Fredericksburg Police Incident Reports

by - posted May 14 2012 11:57AM
MONDAY, MAY 14, 2012
 
 
ASSAULT:
1100 block Lafayette Blvd, 5/13 10:10 am. A homeless female reported that she was walking
through the parking lot of a business on Lafayette Blvd and saw a male subject sitting in a car.
The female continued walking. The man got out of the vehicle and approached the victim,
grabbed her by the arm, and demanded that she perform a sex act. The victim was able to
break free and ran from the scene unharmed. The suspect was described as a white male in his
50’s, approximately 5’9” and 260 pounds, wearing a blue T-shirt, blue ball cap, and black
pants. The suspect’s vehicle was described as a newer model four-door sedan, silver in color.
The investigation is ongoing.
 
BURGLARY:
800 block Cobblestone Blvd, 5/14 4:45 am. A resident reported that he was awakened by a
loud noise in his apartment. He walked into his living room and found an unknown male
standing in the room. The resident yelled at the intruder, who then ran out the back door,
jumped the balcony railing, and fled on foot toward Lafayette Boulevard. The victim did not
report anything stolen. The suspect was described as a white male in his 20’s, approximately
5’ 8” and 185 pounds, with short dark hair and no facial hair. The suspect was wearing a black
zip-up jacket and black pants. The investigation is ongoing.
 
LARCENY:
Charlotte International, 1609 Dixon St, 5/10 8:40 pm – 5/11 9:00 am. The owner reported that
the tires and rims were stolen from a vehicle on the lot. No suspects or witnesses at this time.
Quarles Petroleum, 1701 Fall Hill Ave, 5/1 – 5/12 8:00 am. A resident reported that the
catalytic converter was stolen from his vehicle. No suspects or witnesses at this time.
400 block Pelham St, 5/12 – 5/13 5:30 am. A resident reported that a tree was uprooted and
stolen from the front of her residence. No suspects or witnesses at this time.
 
VANDALISM:
800 block Grove Ave, 5/6 – 5/13 2:20 pm. A resident reported that the glass in her back door
was shattered. No suspects or witnesses at this time.
2500 block Manor Ct, 5/13 8:00 pm. A resident reported that the windshield on his vehicle
was shattered by BB shot. A juvenile suspect has been identified and the investigation is
ongoing.
Cal Ripken Ballpark, 1200 Wicklow Dr, 5/12 – 5/14 6:30 am. An employee reported that
graffiti was found spray painted inside a storage building and on the hood of a lawn tractor
owned by the foundation. No suspects or witnesses at this time.
 
DUI ARRESTS:
Andrew Ford, 23, of Culpeper was arrested for DUI in the 3200 block of Plank Road.
Jacob Myers, 25, of Fairfax was arrested for DUI in the 2100 block of Plank Road.
Mathew Jenkins, 19, of Fredericksburg was arrested for DUI and underage possession of
alcohol on Lee Drive at Lafayette Boulevard.
Michael Deluca, 53, of New Preston, Connecticut was arrested for DUI in the 1000 block of
Hospitality Lane.
Juan Garcia, 55, of Spotsylvania was arrested for DUI in the 800 block of William Street.
 
ARRESTS:
Duane Graves, 45, of no fixed address was arrested for possession of alcohol on the riverbank.
John Talley, 31, of Fredericksburg was arrested for assault and battery.
Christopher Skinner, 26, of Fredericksburg was arrested for public intoxication.
Mathew Grimes, 25, of Stafford was arrested for possession of alcohol on the riverbank.
Martinez Wright, 22, of Fredericksburg was arrested for public intoxication and assault and
battery.
Zestherleena Robertson, 24, of Fredericksburg was arrested for abuse/neglect of a child.
Hermida Perdomo, 36, of Harrisonburg was arrested for animal cruelty.
Brian Brandrup, 29, of Spotsylvania was arrested for resisting arrest and on a warrant from
Stafford charging him with felony shoplifting.
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Topics : Law_Crime
Location : Connecticut
05/14/2012 11:57AM
Fredericksburg Police Incident Reports
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