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Stafford, VA 22555

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Stafford, VA 22554

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Attempted Second Degree Murder Charges

PIO Ryan Wilbur, December 06

A Spotsylvania man is being held without bond after a brutal assault in North Stafford last week.

On November 30th, at approximately 6:38 p.m. deputies received a call from someone on Town Square Circle claiming they were attacked and they were dying. Deputies rushed to the scene where they located the badly beaten victim. Deputy C.C. Lee administered emergency medical aid while they awaited medics. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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DUI Arrest

Major Shawn Kimmitz, December 05

A Woodbridge woman was jailed after a serious accident in Vista Woods subdivision Saturday evening.

On December 3rd at 6:00 p.m. deputies responded to a pedestrian struck accident in the 100 block of Choptank Road. The incident is still under investigation, but the initial investigation revealed a 2000 Dodge Durango driven by Melissa Jones, 43, struck a teenage juvenile walking in the area.

Deputy ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Juvenile Jailed after Joyride

PIO Ryan Wilbur, November 15

A juvenile was detained at the conclusion of a stolen vehicle pursuit last night.

On November 14th at approximately 7:22 p.m., Deputy C.C. Lee responded to the area of Shelton Shop read for a report of a stolen vehicle. The work van was stolen out of Prince William County and the owner was tracking the vehicle via GPS. When Deputy Lee arrived in the area, he observed the suspect vehicle and attempted ... (Full Story)


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No Caption Police Pursuit Produces Plenty of Charges

PIO Ryan Wilbur, November 14

Two individuals earned a spot at Rappahannock Regional Jail after a movie like pursuit ended in a crash.

On November 12th at approximately 1:00 a.m., Deputy J.D. Hurt observed a vehicle with a fake temporary license plate at Wawa located at 105 Garrisonville Road. Deputy Hurt attempted to stop the vehicle; however, as the title implies, the vehicle did not stop. The vehicle got onto Southbound Interstate ... (Full Story & Photos)

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