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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 Requesting Public Assistance in Home Invasion case

Crime scene (free clip art)

Crime scene (free clip art)

Press release from Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office:

Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a home invasion that occurred Monday, February 2, 2015, in the 10700 block of Settletown Place.

At about 3:30 a.m. two males broke into the residence and held the 78-year-old female victim at gunpoint as they stole firearms and an undisclosed amount of cash. Both are described as wearing dark clothing and masks. They left the scene in a vehicle. The victim was unharmed.

Sheriff Scott Jenkins is requesting the public’s assistance for any information that may lead to identification of those responsible for this crime. Information can be provided anonymously through Culpeper Crime Solvers number at 540.727.0300. The Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division can be reached at 540.727.7523 or through the E-911 center at 540.727.7900.

Editor’s note: According to Google Maps, Settletown Place is in Boston, VA.

Shooting in Culpeper Leaves One Dead, One Injured. Culpeper Sheriff Asks for Public’s Assistance

Scene of Shooting at Cherry Hill Road Residence (photo credit Culpeper County Sheriff's Office)

Scene of Shooting at Cherry Hill Road Residence (photo credit Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office)

Press release by Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office:

Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shooting that occurred Sunday morning (November 2, 2014) in the 11000 block of Cherry Hill Road.

Dispatchers received the call for shots fired at about 12:02 AM November 2, 2014. The first units to arrive found two victims of apparent gunshot wounds: Corey D. Clanagan, 19, of Culpeper, deceased at the scene, and Connor A. Settle, 21, of Front Royal, who was transported to Culpeper Regional Hospital. Clanagan and Settle were attending a party at 11009 Cherry Hill Road hosted by one of the residents, Tori Bayne, 21. Approximately 24 attendees remained at the scene, with about 100 fleeing after the shooting.

Scene of Shooting at Cherry Hill Road Residence (photo credit Culpeper County Sheriff's Office)

Scene of Shooting at Cherry Hill Road Residence (photo credit Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office)

Units from the Sheriff’s Office are on the scene at this time, and investigators are interviewing witnesses. A Sheriff’s K9 unit located a firearm near the scene.

Scene of Shooting at Cherry Hill Road Residence (photo credit Culpeper County Sheriff's Office)

Scene of Shooting at Cherry Hill Road Residence (photo credit Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office)

Sheriff Scott Jenkins is requesting the public’s assistance for any information that may lead to identification of those responsible for this crime. Information can be provided anonymously through Culpeper Crime Solvers number at 540-727-0300540-727-0300. The Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division can be reached at 540-727-7523540-727-7523 or through the E-911 center at 540-727-7900540-727-7900.

CRIME PREVENTION GETS A BOOST WITH NEW SEE SOMETHING, SEND SOMETHING® MOBILE APP

See Something Send Something

See Something Send Something

Press release provided by Virginia State Police Public Relations Director

Virginia 3rd State in Nation to Launch Safety Mobile Application

RICHMOND, Va. – With the month of December being one of the busiest times of the year for the Commonwealth’s airports, highways, malls, restaurants, movie theatres, places of worship, and countless festive venues, Virginia residents are encouraged to keep their environments safe. Because suspicious activity can happen anywhere at any time, Virginians now have another means of helping safeguard themselves and their community, especially during the holiday season.

Today, the Virginia State Police launched the new crime prevention mobile application See Something, Send Something®. The reporting app enables suspicious, criminal activity to be captured as a photo or written note and sent to the Virginia State Police.

“The fundamentals of investigating and solving a crime haven’t changed,” said Major Rick A. Jenkins, Deputy Director of the Virginia State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation, at the press conference held in Prince William County, Va., Friday to launch the app. “But, keeping the public engaged with us through the crime-solving, tip-sharing process has evolved and now so have we. This app is simply the 21st century version of the traditional telephone crime tip line or hotline.”

The application, which can be downloaded at no cost for iPhone and Android phone users, also includes information on what to look for and when to report suspicious activity. The service is already available in Pennsylvania and Louisiana. The app does not replace 911 and should not to be used for someone needing immediate police action or to report an emergency.

The photograph or information submitted by a citizen via the app goes to the Virginia State Police for review and analysis. If the tip is relevant to an ongoing criminal investigation or incident, then it will be forwarded on to the investigating law enforcement agency. If the tip is unfounded, then the information provided, and the name and phone number of the tip’s provider, are permanently deleted. There is no archiving of tips or collection database.

The app provider, My Mobile Witness, uses patent-pending privacy protection software for safeguarding the integrity of tips and citizens’ personal information. The system allows law enforcement to engage citizens without tracking one’s location or storing personal information. Submitted tips are immediately removed from the mobile device and purged from the My Mobile Witness system once delivered to the Virginia State Police for analysis.

To help encourage Virginians to download and use the app, a 30-second public service announcement has been produced and is available for viewing/download at www.vsp.virginia.gov.

See Something, Send Something® Mobile App Fact Sheet

Who receives my tips? Tips are routed through a network of State Police organizations and state offices of homeland security and preparedness.

Will somebody send police? No. If you require immediate police action or other emergency services dial 911 or, to reach the Virginia State Police, dial #77 on your mobile phone.

Does the service work throughout the country? Yes, geo-tagged tips are routed to the appropriate participating law enforcement agency or intelligence center.

Does the App actively track me or my location? No. Photos and notes are geo-tagged only at the time of submission. The app does not actively track your location or movements.

Can I remain anonymous? All information associated with your tip submission will be protected and kept strictly confidential by law enforcement. If information you submit warrants additional investigation, it may be forwarded to the appropriate investigating agency on a need-to-know basis.

Will somebody contact me? The system allows citizens to act as additional eyes and ears in the fight against crime, suspicious activity, terrorism, etc. In rare instances, law enforcement may contact you for additional information if your tip is deemed of high value or connected to an ongoing investigation.

Why is the picture or note removed from my phone after I submit a tip? This is done to protect potential evidence and proper chain of custody. If you submit a tip of high value the appropriate the participating law enforcement agency retains the only copy.

Can I save pictures to my library before submitting a tip? Can I recover pictures or notes after they are sent? No. The app does not allow for a photo to be attached and sent.

Does Virginia allow an app user to receive alerts? Not at this time, but is a service being considered as a future possibility.

Is there a cost associated with using the service? While there is no charge to download or use the See Something, Send Something application for Iphone and Android users, standard data rates apply. Check with your carrier regarding data plans, options and rates.

Who is My Mobile Witness in the user agreement? My Mobile Witness is the exclusive provider of the patent-pending See Something, Send Something technology used by law enforcement.

Is my information given to third party advertisers, marketers or anyone other than law enforcement? My Mobile Witness does not and will not sell your information. It passes information onto law enforcement when and if you submit a tip. Your information is not retained in the My Mobile Witness database. Once routed to the appropriate law enforcement agency, your tip, name and number are immediately deleted from the provider’s server. The My Mobile Witness privacy policy is available online at www.mymobilewitness.com.

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