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Fredericksburg Police Incident Reports

by - posted Aug 6 2012 11:29AM
MONDAY, AUGUST 6, 2012 
BURGLARY: 
City Lights Hair Salon, 1004 Charles St, 8/4 12:20 am. An employee of a downtown business reported that he witnessed a male subject kicking in the rear door at 1004 Charles Street. Police checked the business but did not find anyone inside or anything stolen. The suspect was described as a white male with short hair, approximately 6 feet tall, and wearing a white polo shirt with horizontal stripes and blue denim shorts. Police searched the area but were unable to find anyone matching the suspect description. Damage was also found on the rear door of Olde Town Butcher at 405 William Street. That damage also appeared to be from an attempt to kick the door open. The investigation is ongoing. 
Fredericksburg Baptist Church, 1019 Princess Anne St, 8/4 12:35 am. Police in the area were searching for the above suspect when they heard glass breaking and saw a large object being thrown from a window of the church. Officers set up a secure perimeter around the building and while doing so, they heard crashing sounds coming from inside. A short time later the suspect exited through the front door and immediately surrendered to police. While he was being taken into custody, the suspect spit on one of the officers and continued to spit after he was placed in a patrol vehicle. A police canine checked the interior of the building and cleared it without locating anyone else. Two stained glass windows were found damaged as well as a door that had been removed from its hinges. The suspect apparently gained entry to the building by forcing the lock on the front door, which was also damaged. Edmund Whitehead, 22, a second lieutenant in the Royal British Navy and currently deployed to Quantico, was arrested for burglary, destruction of property, and assault on law enforcement. He was incarcerated at the Rappahannock Regional Jail. Whitehead was not implicated in the damage done to City Lights Hair Salon. 
LARCENY: 
Hyperion Espresso, 301 William St, 8/3 8:40 am. A King George resident reported that his iPhone was stolen while he was at the coffee shop. The victim activated the tracking device on the phone and used a computer at the Visitor Center to monitor the phone's location to various points downtown. When police arrived, the phone's last location was pinpointed at Micah Ministries. With assistance from the Micah staff, the phone was found in the possession of a man inside 1013 Princess Anne Street. Taurean Hansley, 30, of no fixed address was arrested for felony larceny and incarcerated at the Rappahannock Regional Jail under a $1000 bond. 
Relax Inn, 1904 Princess Anne St, 8/1 - 8/4 11:00 am. A guest reported that personal documents were stolen from his room. No suspects or witnesses at this time. 
1900 block Blue Gray Pkwy, 8/4 6:00 am - 11:50 am. A King George resident reported that her scooter broke down and she left it on the side of the road and continued to work. The scooter was later located at a business in Spotsylvania County where two male subjects were attempting to sell it to the store. The store manager contacted the Sheriff's Office because he found the sale suspicious. A Spotsylvania deputy arrested the two suspects and met a City officer at the magistrate's office so charges could be placed by both jurisdictions. Juan Rosa, 27, and Jose 
Rivera, 31, both of Fredericksburg were arrested and each charged with motor vehicle larceny and conspiracy to commit larceny (Fredericksburg charges) and possession of stolen property and attempting to obtain money by false pretenses (Spotsylvania charges). Rosa and Rivera were incarcerated at the Rappahannock Regional Jail, each under a $2500 bond. 
Army National Guard, 1700 Jefferson Davis Hwy, 8/4 9:00 am - 12:30 pm. A Spotsylvania resident reported that his drill bag containing gear was stolen from the facility. The investigation is ongoing. 
400 block Virginia Ave, 8/4 - 8/5 11:00 am. A resident reported that an unknown person rummaged through both of his vehicles and stole a purse from one of them. No suspects or witnesses at this time. 
Bottom Dollar, 515 Jefferson Davis Hwy, 8/5 8:00 pm. An employee reported that a female subject concealed items of merchandise in a bag and then left the store without paying. The suspect was described as a white female in her 20's and she drove from the scene in a maroon Toyota. The investigation is ongoing. 
DUI ARRESTS: 
Adam Parker, 48, of Spotsylvania was arrested for DUI in the 900 block of Jefferson Davis Hwy. 
Theresa Woolfrey, 40, of Fredericksburg was arrested for DUI in the 1100 block of Jefferson Davis Highway. 
Turmell McKay, 31, of Stafford was arrested for DUI in the 1600 block of Princess Anne Street. 
ARRESTS: 
Taylor Diggins, 24, of Stafford was arrested for possession of alcohol on the riverbank. 
Rosa Olivencia, 42, of Lynn, Massachusetts was arrested for domestic assault and battery. 
Crystal Hicks, 27, of King George was arrested for shoplifting from Walmart. 
Shannon White, 24, of King George was arrested for possession of marijuana and shoplifting from Walmart. 
Laverne Byrd, 28, of Colonial Beach was arrested for possession of marijuana and shoplifting from Walmart. 
Dion Rankin, 42, of Woodbridge was arrested for possession of alcohol on the riverbank. 
Jesse Crabtree, 23, of Spotsylvania was arrested for public intoxication. 
Adrian Aley, 18, of King George was arrested for underage possession of alcohol. 
Zachery Debernard, 20, of King George was arrested for underage possession of alcohol. 
Daniel Balek, 20, of Spotsylvania was arrested for trespassing on the riverbank. 
Lee Nunn, 19, of Spotsylvania was arrested for possession of marijuana.
Jordan Asher, 24, of Locust Grove was arrested on a warrant from Stafford charging him with felony larceny.
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