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Stafford Alert

More North Stafford Arrests for Larceny from Vehicles
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By Public Information Officer MARGARET MORRIS MONCURE
April 24, 2017

On April 23, 2017, at approximately 3:56 AM, a resident of Widewater Village called the Sheriff’s Office to report suspicious subjects going through vehicles in the area of Acadia Street and Glacier Way. The caller provided a description of three black males with backpacks, dressed in all dark clothing. Patrol units responded quickly to the area. Deputy J.A. Mangan entered the neighborhood on foot and observed three males matching the description provided. When the subjects noticed the arrival of law enforcement, they ran toward the wood line. All subjects were commanded to stop; Deputy Mangan brought one of the subjects to the ground and took him into custody. Multiple patrol units continued to search for the other two subjects.

During the search, Deputy E. C. Taylor observed one of the subjects and began chasing him. He ran out of his shoes in the middle of the street. A few moments later a subject was observed jumping a fence from one yard to another. Deputy R.T. Philippsen pursued that subject and detained him. The search continued for the remaining shoeless subject. K-9 “Steele” began to track and the area was canvassed by patrol units for the next several hours. At approximately 11:54 A.M. Deputy B.J. Reed encountered a juvenile male riding a bicycle in the area and conducted a consensual encounter. The male subject identified himself and told Deputy Reed that he was visiting from out of town and had attended a party in Stafford the previous evening. Deputy Reed observed the subject was wearing sandals but his socks were completely wet and covered in grass. The subject was detained and interviewed. A search of his person recovered a key fob that returned to a stolen vehicle out of Prince William County.

As each subject was apprehended, they were identified and searched. Among the other items recovered were multiple credit cards, cash, a stolen laptop, and a total of eight cell phones. All three subjects were from Dumfries. A 17-year-old of Fort Fisher Court and a 16-year-old of Sedgewick Place were charged with Grand Larceny, Possession of Burglary Tools, Conspiracy to Commit a Felony, Obstructing Justice, and Resisting Arrest. Both were placed in the custody of the Juvenile Detention Center. Barry Lee Trammel, age 18 of Wayne Drive in Dumfries, VA., was charged with Possession of Burglary Tools, Grand Larceny, Conspiracy, Vehicle Tampering and two counts of Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor. He was incarcerated at the Rappahannock Regional Jail and is held on no bond.

Barry Lee Trammell - Booking Photo
Barry Lee Trammell - Booking Photo

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