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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You can report an incident/crime by phone at 540-658-4400.  You may also report an incident/crime by clicking on the “Forms/Resources” tab above and then by clicking “Report a Crime or Incident”

News  Releases

Parental Abduction Arrest

PIO Ryan Wilbur, March 22

Two children have been returned to their father due to the hard work of multiple law enforcement agencies after a parental abduction that occurred yesterday in Stafford County.

On March 21st at 3:30 p.m. deputies responded to a call of a parental abduction. Rosa Gregg, 32, of Virginia Beach, picked up two of her biological children from Stafford Elementary School. Gregg had an active child protective ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Rosa Gregg
Rosa Gregg

Parental Abduction

PIO Ryan Wilbur, March 21

Update. We are happy to report the children have been safely located and Gregg is in custody. Thank you to everyone that assisted in this case. We will provide a further update later today.

Deputies are currently searching for Rosa Gregg. At 3:30 p.m. deputies responded to Stafford Elementary School for a report of a parental abduction. Gregg picked up both of her biological children, Riley and ... (Full Story & Photos)

Wanted Ford and Stolen Ford

PIO Ryan Wilbur, March 21

Stafford County is either really good at hide and seek, or wanted individuals are really bad at it. Another wanted man was located Sunday after deputies located a stolen vehicle.

On March 19th at approximately 6:58 a.m. Deputy M.E. Gordon was checking the Red Roof Inn, located at 386 Warrenton Road. While there, she observed a Ford Focus that was stolen out of Spotsylvania on the 16th. In an attempt ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Major Shawn Kimmitz, March 21

Spelling matters. There is no reveling in the defacement of property, especially when the suspects misspell a word. Our title should actually be “Graffiti Suspects Revealed.” A couple middle school students would have been better off spending more time in English class instead of vandalizing the school.

On March 20th at 10:00 a.m. Deputy D.J. Taylor learned of a vandalism in a restroom at Stafford ... (Full Story & Photos)



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