Stafford County Sheriff's Office

Public Safety Center
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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Public Information Officer Amanda Vicinanzo, January 17

Since December 2019, there have been approximately seven reports of thefts of catalytic converters throughout Stafford County. The thefts occurred at all times of the day and night; however, most were between 1:00 a.m. and 3:30 a.m. It only takes a few minutes for thieves to cut and remove the catalytic converters, which are normally sold to scrap yards for cash. Once removed and after the vehicle ... (Full Story & Photos)

Stafford Sheriff's Office Recognizes Target Loss Prevention Officer

Public Information Officer Amanda Vicinanzo, January 14

Partnerships are a critical component of our efforts to keep the community safe.

Thanks to our partnership with the loss prevention office at the Stafford Marketplace Target, earlier this month we were able to locate and arrest a woman wanted out of both Stafford County and Prince William County. She was first observed by a loss prevention officer stealing vacuums at the store. Just days later, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Public Information Officer Amanda Vicinanzo, January 14

Stafford, VA. A man was arrested on Monday night by deputies with the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office after a verbal dispute over tacos with a Taco Bell employee led the suspect to pull a knife and threaten to assault employees.

On January 13, 2020, at approximately 8:11 p.m., Deputy Bolinsky responded to reports of a disturbance with a weapon at the Taco Bell located at 730 Warrenton Road. The ... (Full Story & Photos)


Public Information Officer Amanda Vicinanzo, January 13

The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to receive reports from residents who have lost thousands of dollars in a phone scam involving Green Dot MoneyPak cards and Vanilla cards.

Here is how the scam works:

The victims are contacted by a caller who claims to be a member of the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office. The caller informs the victim that there is a warrant out for their arrest ... (Full Story & Photos)

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