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Protect your confidential papers and support Stafford County Crime Solvers at our shredding event Saturday, April 8 from 8 am-12 pm.  CLICK HERE for the event flyer.
Pre-registration for the Rabies Clinic Saturday, April 8 is going on now.  CLICK HERE for the event flyer.
Reserve your spot today to be a part of the Community Yard Sale to benefit Stafford Crime Solvers.  CLICK HERE for the event flyer for reservation details.
Mark your calendars now for the first Stafford County Sheriff's Office Autism Awareness Day!  On Saturday, September 30, be a part of the fun when the community comes together with vendors, informational panels, live demos, moon bounce, food trucks and more.  CLICK HERE for the Save the Date flyer.

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Employee Theft Results in Arrest

Public Information Officer M.C. MORRIS MONCURE, March 22

On March 21, 2017, at approximately 7:09 PM, Deputy C.N. Mireles responded to a larceny at the Rite Aid located at 1095 International Parkway. When he arrived he met the loss prevention officer who advised a store employee, Tyra Powell, had been making suspicious returns of store merchandise. The loss prevention officer stated Ms. Powell would ring up a cash sale and if the customer failed to take the receipt, would use it to fictitiously return the item and pocket the cash. These returns had ... (Full Story & Photos)

Tyra Jean Powell - Booking Photo
Tyra Jean Powell - Booking Photo

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Arman Masud Chowdhury - Booking Photo
Arman Masud Chowdhury - Booking Photo

Attempted Assault on Law Enforcement Results in Arrest

Public Information Officer M.C. MORRIS MONCURE, March 21

On March 20, 2017, at approximately 11:54 PM, Deputy W.C. Betush was stopped in the parking lot of 1739 Jefferson Davis Highway when a Honda CRV pulled into the lot and parked approximately 10 feet away from his marked cruiser. Deputy Betush felt that the subject was possibly in need of assistance and he exited his cruiser in order to speak with the driver. The Honda’s driver, a male subject, kept his window up, put his vehicle in park and exited the vehicle. The male began to walk towards Deputy ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Custody Struggle Ends in Arrest

Public Information Officer M.C. MORRIS MONCURE, March 20

On March 18, 2017, at approximately 4:50 PM, multiple units responded to a disturbance at the Walmart located at 125 Washington Square Plaza involving an estranged couple engaged in a custody dispute.

The male, later identified as Casey Irvin, learned that his estranged wife was shopping at Walmart with the couple’s children. He arrived at the store, and before entering, cut both passengers’ side tires of her vehicle. Mr. Irvin then proceeded into the store and attempted to retrieve his children ... (Full Story & Photos)

Casey Donald Dean Irvin - Booking Photo
Casey Donald Dean Irvin - Booking Photo

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Antwon James Mincey - Booking Photo
Antwon James Mincey - Booking Photo

Traffic Accident Leads to Multiple Charges

Public Information Officer M.C. MORRIS MONCURE, March 20

On March 19, 2017, at approximately 1:24 AM Deputy M. R. Flick responded to a reported hit and run in the area of 2862 Jefferson Davis Highway behind McDonald’s.

Upon arrival, Deputy Flick observed a silver Nissan situated on top of a median. He also observed uprooted shrubs and a broken McDonald’s entrance sign. There were two male subjects standing near the Nissan’s driver’s door. As he approached, one of the males walked away. Deputy Flick made contact with the remaining subject and was ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Couple Charged after Restroom Incident

Public Information Officer M.C. MORRIS MONCURE, March 13

On March 13, 2017, at approximately 2:05 AM, Deputy S.P. Whitt and Deputy A.P. Hansen responded to a suspicious person at the Wawa on Butler Road. Upon arrival, deputies were advised by a store employee that a male and female subject entered the store a short time earlier and now were both in the women’s restroom.

Deputies entered the restroom and observed a female subject on the floor and a male subject attempting to help her put on her shoes. A strong odor of alcohol was also emitting from ... (Full Story & Photos)

Nathan Wayne Pacifico - Booking Photo
Nathan Wayne Pacifico - Booking Photo

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