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Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 189
Stafford, VA 22555

Physical Address:
1225 Courthouse Rd.
Stafford, VA 22554

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Annual Report 2016

Upcoming Events

Visit Sedona Taphouse in downtown Fredericksburg Mondays in May to support the Virginia Special Olympics. During lunch or dinner, get their 8 oz. Black Angus Flat Iron Steak for only $6 (normally $16) and STH donates $1 to help support the olympians. Just dine in, purchase a drink and only enjoy one per person. CLICK HERE for the event flyer.
Participate in this non-competitive, two round shoot to support Special Olympics Virginia.  CLICK HERE for full details and the registration form (due by June 16). 
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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Man Convicted of 2015 Burglary of Stafford Restaurant

Public Information Officer M.C. MORRIS MONCURE, May 25

A Stafford jury convicted David George Clark of Baltimore, Maryland on multiple charges stemming from the burglary of a local restaurant that occurred in the fall of 2015.

On September 9, 2015, at approximately 7:30 AM Deputy H.D. Young responded to a reported vandalism at the Hunan House Restaurant located on Plantation Drive. Upon arrival, he found a shattered door with an opening large enough ... (Full Story & Photos)

David George Clark - Booking Photo
David George Clark - Booking Photo

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Photo of approximately 40,000 bees.
Photo of approximately 40,000 bees.

Fight or Flight - 40,000 Bees Relocated after Animal Control Call

Public Information Officer M.C. MORRIS MONCURE, May 23

At 6:39 on the evening of May 17 Animal Control Officer Anthony McCall responded to James Madison Circle to assist with “a swarm of bees the size of a small child.”

The size of the swarm was approximately 3 feet tall and 2½ feet wide. A.C.O. McCall is a self-admitted “chicken” when it comes to bees. But because of his community knowledge and professional relationships, he knew that Nathan Thompson ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Man Arrested for Obtaining Money by False Pretenses

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

On May 21, 2017, at approximately 2:29 PM, Deputy J.W. Hutcheson responded to a Larceny at the Walmart located at 11 Village Parkway. Upon arrival, he made contact with the Loss Prevention staff member and learned that earlier in the day a male, later identified as Joshua Abell, had stolen two knife/cutlery sets and a portable charger. The Walmart representative advised that the male was observed ... (Full Story & Photos)

Joshua Adam Abell - Booking Photo
Joshua Adam Abell - Booking Photo

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Dominick Omega Ridore - Booking Photo
Dominick Omega Ridore - Booking Photo

Fight Leads to Arrest

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

Late in the evening on May 19, 2017, Sgt. D.R. Colona received information from the staff at Mick’s Sports Bar and Grill, located at 2866 Jefferson Davis Highway, that six males had been refused entrance to their establishment because they would not provide identification. The males threatened to return with firearms and advised the staff that they were all “strapped.” The same males were intermittently ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Multiple Charges Stem from Warrant Service

Public Information Officer MARGARET MORRIS MONCURE, May 18

On May 17, 2017, at approximately 10:56 PM, Deputy C.L. Smith responded to a domestic disturbance at a residence on Vista Woods Road. The deputy was familiar with one of the involved parties, Michael Nageotte, and knew him to be currently wanted for failure to appear in Stafford Court. Deputy S.B. Sparry also responded to the residence.

Upon arrival, deputies were advised that the subject causing ... (Full Story & Photos)

Michael Joseph Nageotte - Booking Photo
Michael Joseph Nageotte - Booking Photo

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Man in Custody after Bridge Incident over U.S. Route 17

Public Information Officer M.C. MORRIS MONCURE, May 17

On May 16, 2017, at approximately 7:21 AM multiple patrol units responded to a male subject experiencing a mental health crisis standing on the overpass bridge overlooking U.S. Route 17/Warrenton Road. Sergeant E. D. Chinault arrived at the scene and observed a male standing on the wall of the bridge poised to jump. A member of the Quantico Fire Department was already on the scene offering assistance ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Profile in Service - Sergeant Carol Burgess

Public Information Officer M.C. MORRIS MONCURE, May 17

Sergeant Carol Burgess has a “heart for the kids” and finds joy in nearly every human encounter. Sergeant Burgess joined the Stafford Sheriff’s Office in 2003, after serving in the Army and the Arlington Sheriff’s Office. In 2004, when she became a Middle School Resource Officer (SRO), she was one of six SRO’s at the time; each Middle School SRO covered three schools. Her schools were Drew, Gayle ... (Full Story & Photos)

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