Stafford County Sheriff's Office

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Ford T. Humphrey Building

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

Physical Address:
1225 Courthouse Rd.
Stafford, VA 22554


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One More DUI

PIO Ryan Wilbur, February 27

Today’s fourth DUI involves a hit and run that didn’t run as far as they hoped.

On February 26th at approximately 1:40 p.m. Deputy N.J. Amato responded to Greenbank Road for a hit and run. The victim advised two unoccupied parked vehicles were stuck by an unknown vehicle. Luckily, the suspect made it easy for Deputy Amato. The suspect vehicle left behind not only its rear bumper, but its license ... (Full Story)

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PIO Ryan Wilbur, February 27

A 37-year-old Stafford woman ended her night with multiple felonies after starting it by striking a Tesla.

On February 25th at approximately 8:46 p.m. Deputy S.A. Fulford responded to a hit and run on Lansberry Park Drive. The caller advised his parked Tesla was stuck and no one was around to claim responsibility. Luckily for the victim, his Tesla captured the incident on camera.

Camera footage ... (Full Story & Photos)

Wanted DUI Driver Crash

PIO Ryan Wilbur, February 27

A wanted 64-year-old Stafford man made himself rather easy to locate after crashing his vehicle in front of a deputy.

On February 25th at approximately 12:15 a.m. Deputy R.W. Stamm was traveling on Garrisonville Road when he observed something you don’t see every day. A vehicle was traveling Southbound in the Northbound lanes before running a red light. Having witnessed the traffic violation, and ... (Full Story & Photos)

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PIO Ryan Wilbur, February 27

A 20-year-old driver and 19-year-old passenger are lucky to be alive after a serious crash that took place Saturday morning.

On February 24th at approximately 5:30 a.m. Deputy B.W. Gildea responded to the area of Richmond Highway and Coachman Circle for an auto accident with entrapment. The caller advised he observed a damaged Prius in the middle of the roadway with two unresponsive males inside. ... (Full Story & Photos)



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