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Fugitive Wanted in Multiple States Arrested

Public Information Officer Sarah Maroney, October 06

A man wanted in multiple states is in custody after an investigation into a theft at a Stafford County motel.

On October 5 at a.m., Deputy B.W. Gildea took a report for a theft that occurred at the Sleep Inn ( Warrenton Road). The victim reported the license plates were stolen off of her vehicle while it was parked at the motel.

Deputy Gildea was later conducting a business check at the (Full Story & Photos)

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Public Information Officer Sarah Maroney, October 05

UPDATE: Angel Vanberkom has been located safe.

The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office is searching for year-old Angel Vanberkom. She is 5’4” tall and weighs lbs. She has black hair and hazel eyes. She has pierced ears and a nose piercing on the right side. She may traveling to Kansas City, Missouri.

Anyone with information Angel's whereabouts is asked to contact the Sheriff Office at () (Full Story & Photos)

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Pursuit of Robbery Suspects Ends with Arrests

Public Information Officer Sarah Maroney, October 05

Two suspects are in jail after a robbery and pursuit in Stafford County yesterday evening.

At p.m. last night, the Stafford Sheriff’s Office received a call for a robbery by knife at a home in the Villas at Falls Run. While Deputy S.P. Whitt responded to the residence to take a report, other deputies began canvassing the area for the suspect vehicle. The victim advised he witnessed the suspects (Full Story & Photos)

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Public Information Officer Sarah Maroney, October 05

The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office is searching for year-old McKenzie Hall. She is 5’4” tall and weighs lbs. She has brown hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information McKenzie's whereabouts is asked to contact the Sheriff Office at () (Full Story & Photos)

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STAFFORD COUNTY, VA — Two people were arrested after separate police pursuits in Stafford County on Sunday, Sept. 5 and Monday, Sept. 6. One pursuit began after a reported breaking and entering, while the other started after an attempted traffic stop, according to the Stafford County Sheriff's Office.

On Sunday, Sept. 5 around 3 a.m., Stafford County deputies received a report of a break-in at TJ's car wash on Garrisonville Road. Witnesses told police that a man was using a crow bar to break into the business's payment machine.

When deputies arrived at the scene, the suspect entered a Toyota Corolla and fled the scene. The deputy attempted to initiate a traffic stop, but the suspect continued to flee, according to the sheriff's office.

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"The suspect drove at a high rate of speed westbound on Garrisonville Road before turning onto Dunn Drive and then Worth Avenue," the sheriff's office wrote in a report. "The suspect disregarded several stop signs before turning right onto Onville Road."

The vehicle pursuit ended after the suspect turned onto Evans Lane, which is a dead end. Authorities claimed that the suspect attempted to make a U-turn at the end of the street, but a deputy used his police vehicle to hit the Toyota Corolla, ending the chase.

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The sheriff's office said that a money box was stolen from TJ's car wash and thrown from the Toyota Corolla during the pursuit. The box was later returned to the business, according to police.

Authorities identified the suspect as Jason Razawich. He is charged with felony eluding, carrying a concealed weapon, possession of a controlled substance, vandalism, possession of burglary tools and petit larceny.

Another police pursuit occurred in Stafford County around 11 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 6. A Stafford County deputy pulled over a vehicle for speeding on Warrenton Road.

When the deputy asked the driver for his license and registration, the driver said he did not have them, according to the sheriff's office. The driver then fled the scene in his car, police said.

"At the intersection, the driver ran a red light, gaining the attention of a Virginia State Police trooper," the sheriff's office wrote on Facebook. "The trooper and the deputy pursued the vehicle as it made a U-turn back onto northbound Warrenton Road."

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The deputy and the trooper reported losing sight of the fleeing car on Storck Road. Later in the day, other Virginia State troopers located and stopped the vehicle near Mountain View Road, police said.

The driver was identified as William Hampton, a Stafford resident. He is charged with felony eluding, driving on a revoked license, and reckless driving. He was held without bond at the Rappahannock Regional Jail.

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A Stafford resident operating a four wheeler on the road was unable to escape justice after a pursuit through White Oak yesterday.

At p.m. Deputy S.C. Jett observed a man riding an ATV on Bethel Church Road. He was aware of several prior complaints in this area by a suspect that matched this description. The ATV operator began riding the four wheeler in the wrong lane of travel and Deputy Jett activated his emergency equipment.

The ATV driver looked back when the emergency equipment turned on, nearly wrecking the four wheeler in the process. Instead of stopping, the suspect cut through the yards of several homes on Hickory Hill Overlook Court.

Deputy Jett had information the ATV driver might reside on Wood Landing Road, so he doubled back to check that area. Deputy Jett’s astute knowledge of his assigned zone paid off, as he quickly located the suspect turning onto Wood Landing Road. The suspect then turned down a driveway and went into the backyard of a residence. Deputy Jett parked his patrol car and followed the ATV tracks around the home. When he arrived in the backyard, he could see the suspect, still on the ATV, peeking around the other side of the home.

Deputy Jett was able to sneak up behind the suspect and take him into custody. He was identified as Kenneth Strother, Strother’s response was “Okay, okay, you got me.” He could not have been more correct. Strother had a strong odor of alcoholic beverage on his breath and glassy eyes. Field sobriety tests were administered and Strother was found to have three prior DUI convictions.

Strother was ultimately charged with felony DUI, felony driving revoked, driving DUI revoked, eluding, reckless driving and operating an ATV on the highway. He was held without bond at the Rappahannock Regional Jail.

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DNA on cigarette leads to arrest in Stafford car thefts

STAFFORD, Va. (WRIC) &#; The Stafford County Sheriff&#;s office has made an arrest in a series of vehicle thefts that took place last December.

Vehicles at several locations in Stafford were broken into, with wallets, credit cards and purses reported stolen. The stolen cards were later connected to fraudulent transactions. Two vehicles were also stolen in the area, and later recovered in Prince William County.

Detective A. Sanchez Jr. of the Stafford Sheriff&#;s Office also recovered one vital piece of evidence from one of the cars: a cigarette, presumably smoked and discarded by the perpetrator, left behind in one of the cars.

DNA from the cigarette was matched to Kanissha Bowles, 23, of Woodbridge. But Bowles wasn&#;t arrested until this month, when a sheriff&#;s deputy responded to a disturbance at a local Dollar Tree.

There, a suspect provided the deputy with a false identification &#; but the deputy identified Bowles and arrested her for providing false identification.

Bowles also had outstanding warrants from Prince William and Spotsylvania Counties. She&#;s now charged with two counts of grand larceny, five counts of vehicle tampering, three counts of credit card theft and three counts of larceny.

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