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Police reports Feb. 25-March 3 that include local residents

Culpeper Sheriff's badge (free clip art)

Culpeper Sheriff’s badge (free clip art)

Information obtained from:
Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office, Feb. 25-March 3:

Feb. 25
Marcus Emmett Dean, 38, Jeffersonton, assault and battery-family
George William Hill, 48, Rhoadesville, assist other agency, DUI
Paul David Asero, 18, Jeffersonton, violate protective orders

Feb. 26
Guy Wesley Merritt, IV, 23, Amissville, possession of marijuana
Nicholas Cain Pullen, 19, Etlan, fail to appear

Feb. 27
James Bernard Franklin, 37, Brandy Station, contempt of court
Jeremy Burnett Adams, 30, Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language
John Wayne Christoph Holt, 18, Culpeper, taking indecent liberties with child
Crystian Aureliano Lopez, 21, Culpeper, driving w/suspended or revoked license, sale, distribute marijuana

Feb. 28
Towanda Raye Harris-Thomas, 41, Culpeper, fail to appear on felony charge
Holly Renee Panos, 20, Culpeper, probation violation
Carla Tennille Medley, 27, Rixeyville, assault and battery-simple
Michael Wesley Jenkins, 23, Sterling, violate condition of release, possession of controlled substances, monument: intentional damage, assault and battery-simple

March 1
Matthew Alan Coffey, 39, Culpeper, fail to appear on civil matter

March 2
Sharon Kay Washington, 47, Mitchell, fail to appear
Tikis Lavarr Gales, 37, Culpeper, arrest prior to requisition, fugitive arrest
Tiffiney Evonne Swann, 27, Culpeper, possession of marijuana
Olegario Martinez, 53, Hyattsville, Md., fail to appear

March 3
Richard Daniel Peters, Jr., 35, Culpeper, probation: violation on felony charge
Culpeper Police Department, Feb. 25-March 3:

Feb. 25
Kenneth Wayne Murray, 26, Fredericksburg, possession of controlled substances
Garrett Obrien Portela, 21, Manassas, fail to appear on felony charge
Haron Lamar Bland, 27, Culpeper, shoplift alter price/conceal – goods

Feb. 26
Austin Everett Peck, 19, Culpeper, grand larceny
Santos Lopez-Perez, 34, Culpeper, no drivers license, driving under the influence of alcohol, drinking while operating motor vehicle
Janette Louise Grayson Yates, 27, Warrenton, shoplift alter price/conceal – goods
Heather Lyn Tyler, 30, Culpeper, fail to appear on misdemeanor charge, fail to appear
Nikki Ann Breeden, 21, Fredericksburg, fail to appear
Richard Leon Grayson Yates, 35, Warrenton, shoplift alter price/conceal – goods

Feb. 27
Larry Lee Williams, 49, Culpeper, unlawful filming or photographing of another, unlawful dissemination or sale of images of another
Shawn Lang Walker, 35, Culpeper, fail to appear on misdemeanor charge
Valerie Tuel, 35, Culpeper, manuf., sale, possession controlled substance
Thaddaeus Seth Mason, 26, Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language
Kristina Lynn Cole, 28, Culpeper, contempt of court
Manika Lynn Roach, 35, Rhoadesville, revocation of suspended sentence and probation
John Samuel Marrs Jr., 59, Madison, assault and battery-police officer or firefighter, resisting arrest
Stephen Douglas, 29, Culpeper, petit larceny
Geraldo Lopez-Juarez, 22, Culpeper, driving under the influence of alcohol

Feb. 28
Joseph Warren Jones, Sr., 51, Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language
James Edward Eleazer Jr., 20, Culpeper, embezzlement
Michael Edward Proctor, 51, Culpeper, fail to appear on misdemeanor charge
Desmond Alexander Marshall, 22, Culpeper, possession of marijuana
Alexander Hunton Burke, 26, Culpeper, possession of controlled substances, possess or distribute controlled paraphernalia
Cody Steven Fry, 22, Danville, driving under the influence of alcohol

March 1
David Franklin Brown, 48, Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language
Jesse Lorenzo Aguilar, 21, Culpeper, fail to pay fines, costs or penalties

March 2
Kenneth Duane Pennington, 62, Centreville, fail to appear
Katrina Marie Sebeckis, 33, Lawrenceville, possession of controlled substances
Melissa L. Lambert, 36, Jeffersonton, obtaining money by false pretenses
Anthony Othello Newman, 45, Culpeper, fail to appear
Douglas Edward Taylor Jr., 46, Madison, fail to appear on felony charge
Diamonec Adoulpus Tibbs, 27, Orange, fail to appear

March 3
Falecia Dawn Bright, 25, Rixeyville, possession of controlled substances, trespass
Samantha Starr Marks, 24, Woodville, forging, uttering, obtaining drugs by fraud, false statement to obtain property
Adam Joseph Fetter, 34, Vienna, revocation of suspended sentence and probation
Jeffrey Scott Martz, II, 22, Madison, shoplift alter price/conceal – goods
Charvez Ray Robinson, 26, Culpeper, stolen goods: buy/receive, larceny
Evelin Martinez Castillo, 24, Unionville, fail to appear

Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office Arrests Three During Traffic Stops

JShellington

JShellington

Press release by Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office:

Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office arrested two this week for eluding.

At about 2:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 10, 2015, Deputy Charles Burgoon initiated a traffic stop for defective equipment on a white minivan on northbound James Madison Highway at Brandy Road. When the vehicle stopped, the driver- later identified as Johnathan B. Shellington, 27, of Catlett- fled from the vehicle and into a field. Deputy Jonathan Kerns, K9 Karma, and Corporal Charles Wheeler responded to assist in searching for Shellington. Culpeper Police Department assisted by setting up a perimeter. CCSO units tracked Shellington through a briar patch and across a creek and located him under a school bus in a VDOT storage lot about a quarter-mile from the minivan. Burgoon arrested Shellington for eluding and found him to be wanted by Fauquier County for three probation violations on original robbery, breaking and entering, and malicious wounding charges. Shellington is held without bond at Culpeper County Jail.

TShellington

TShellington

A passenger, Tina M. Shellington, 30, of Catlett, was arrested for obstruction of justice for providing false information to law enforcement about Mr. Shellington’s identity. She was released from Culpeper County Jail with a $1500 secured bond.

Leavell

Leavell

At about 8:44 p.m. Thursday, March 12, Deputy Joshua Haught initiated a traffic stop for defective equipment on a green and silver Dodge pickup on northbound James Madison Highway, about 0.5 mile north of Braggs Corner Road. The vehicle continued in the right lane at about 40 mph, and Haught called a pursuit at Brandy Road. The vehicle accelerated to about 80 mph, passing vehicles in the left lane, into Fauquier County, and Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office joined the pursuit. The vehicle turned on Route 28, came back into Bealeton, and pulled into a long driveway on Collins Lane, where the driver- later identified as Rodney D. Leavell, 29, of Culpeper- fled from the vehicle. Fauquier deputies apprehended Leavell as he tried to run into a bar. He was transported to Culpeper magistrate’s office and held without bond at Culpeper County Jail on Haught’s driving revoked and Felony eluding charges, Fauquier County’s Felony and misdemeanor eluding and driving revoked warrants, and an outstanding CPD probation violation warrant for an original DUI charge.

Culpeper Police Department Make Two Arrests in the SunTrust Bank Robbery


Press Release from Culpeper Town Police:

Detectives of the Culpeper Police Department have made two arrests in connection to the January 6th, 2015 bank robbery that occurred at the SunTrust Bank located in the Meadowbrook Shopping Center.
On February 3rd, 2015, Detectives of the Culpeper Police Department arrested and charged Giovanni A. Waters, age 31, of the 1100 block of Vantage Place in Culpeper. He was charged with Felony Possession of a Firearm after being a Convicted Felon and being an Accessory After the Fact, which is a Misdemeanor. Mr. Waters is currently incarcerated in the Culpeper County Jail.

On February 9th, Detectives charged Edward L. Ferris, age 29, of the 15000 block of Gibson Mill Road in Culpeper with Felony Armed Robbery of the SunTrust Bank, Use of a Firearm in the Commission of a Felony, and Felony Wearing a Mask in Public.

Mr. Ferris was already incarcerated in the Culpeper County Jail for an unrelated Fail to Appear charge. Detectives and members of the Street Crimes Unit located Mr. Ferris inside Mr. Waters’ residence on January 29th. He was held without bond on this unrelated charge.

“Detectives from the Culpeper Police Department have worked on this investigation for hundreds of man hours. This investigation is fluid and is still active at this time” states Lieutenant Andrew Terrill.

Currently, this investigation is still being investigated by the Culpeper Police Department and the F.B.I. First Sergeant Todd Durica, of the Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office has also been instrumental in this case as well.

“This has truly been a team effort of law enforcement working together to make sure violent criminals are held accountable for their actions as well we’re very appreciative from the citizens in the case that provided information to us directly or through Culpeper CrimeSolvers” states Chief of Police Chris R. Jenkins.

This investigation is still active and on-going by the F.B.I and the Culpeper Police Department, as more arrests are expected in this case. Again, if anyone has any information in this case or has any information pertaining to Mr. Ferris or Mr. Waters is asked to call Detective Luke Altman at (540) 829-5507 or you can always remain anonymous with Culpeper CrimeSolvers at (540) 727-0300.

MLK Holiday Weekend Arrests By Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office

Press release from Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office:

A number of traffic stops led to arrests over the holiday weekend.

 

Hernandez

Hernandez

At about 1:30 a.m. Saturday, January 17, 2015, Deputy Oliver Brugoto stopped a silver BMW for improper display of tag on Sperryville Pike at Saint Jameson Road. Deputy Brugoto, Deputy Jonathan Kerns and K9 Karma searched the vehicle and found alcohol and marijuana. The driver, Anthony G. Hernandez, 18, of Culpeper, was charged with possession of marijuana and contributing to the delinquency of a minor and committed to Culpeper County Jail on a $1000 secured bond. A 17-year-old passenger was charged with possession of marijuana and underage possession of alcohol and released on a summons.

At about 5:00 p.m. Saturday, Sergeant Michael Wootten observed a green Dodge pickup speeding on Germanna Highway eastbound at Fox Neck Road. When Wootten activated his emergency lights, the vehicle increased its speed before stopping at Lignum Walmart. The driver, Jose I. Alvarez-Torres, 23, of Fredericksburg, was charged with driving without a valid license, reckless driving by speed, and eluding and released on a summons.

Welch

Welch

At about 8:40 p.m. Deputy Kerns stopped a white truck for driving behavior and littering on Madison Road at Sunset Lane. Kerns and K9 Karma searched the vehicle and found heroin. A passenger initially gave a false name to Kerns and was found to be wanted on a Prince William County capias. Ryan S. Welch, 21, of Midland, was charged with giving false ID to law enforcement, littering, and possession of schedule I/II narcotics and held without bail at Culpeper County Jail.

Rebollar-Velazquez

Rebollar-Velazquez

The driver, Carlos E. Rebollar-Velazquez, 29, of Orange, was charged with possession of schedule I/II narcotics and driving without a valid license and committed to Culpeper County Jail on a $2000 secured bond.

Coates

Coates

At about 1:30 a.m. Sunday, January 18, Sergeant Wootten observed a silver Chevrolet run a stop sign on Nalles Mill Road at Braggs Corner Road. Wootten found the driver, Carter M. Coates, 26, of Orange, to be intoxicated. Coates was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving without a valid license, and failure to stop at the stop sign and committed to Culpeper County Jail until sober on a $3000 unsecured bond.

Wood

Wood

At about 2:30 a.m. Sunday, Deputy Charles Wheeler stopped a Ford Mustang for an equipment violation on Brandy Road at Guinn Lane. Deputies Wheeler and Kerns and K9 Karma searched the vehicle and its occupants and found narcotics on passenger Daniel Z. Wood, 18, of Keswick. Wheeler charged Wood with possession of cocaine and possession of marijuana, and he was released on a $3500 unsecured bond.

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