BURGLARY

  • 1000 block of Eastern View Drive, 02/09, 2:53 p.m. Female subject reported breaking and entering at her residence. There were no signs of forced entry, but there was obscene language written on a bedroom wall. The incident remains under investigation.

VANDALISM



  • Rollinswood Lane, 02/09. Female subject reported vandalism of a residence and a vehicle. Deputies observed obscene language written in red paint on the side of the vehicle and residence. There was also toilet paper hanging from trees on the property. The incident remains under investigation.
  • Kelley Hill Lane, 02/09. Male subject reported vandalism of a vehicle. Deputies observed that one of the tires had been slashed. The incident remains under investigation.

LARCENY

  • Walmart, 217 Garrisonville Road, 02/09. Loss prevention reported observing a female subject fraudulently return DVDs she did not purchase in exchange for a gift card. Janae Kendrick, 29, of Stafford was taken into custody on 02/10 after Deputy Torrice contacted her and she admitted to stealing from the store. She was incarcerated at Rappahannock Regional Jail on a secured bond and charged with petit larceny and obtaining money by false pretenses.
  • Walmart, 217 Garrisonville Road, 02/08, 1:30 p.m. Loss prevention reported observing a female subject fail to scan all of her merchandise at the self-checkout. The subject was identified as Iris Rodriguez Mills, 60, of Triangle. She was taken into custody and incarcerated at Rappahannock Regional Jail on a secured bond on charges of concealment of merchandise.
  • Walmart, 217 Garrisonville Road, 02/08. Loss prevention reported observing a female subject steal merchandise from the store during three separate incidents. Deonte Cooke, 32, of Woodbridge was arrested and released on summonses for concealment of merchandise.
  • 300 block of Decatur Road, 02/07. Trash cans reported stolen from resident’s driveway. The incident remains under investigation.
  • 500 block of Rumford Road, 02/05, 11:57 a.m. Firearm reported stolen from vehicle. The incident remains under investigation.

FRAUD

200 block of Bridgewater Circle, 02/09. Victim reported scam after an individual claiming to be with Microsoft billing called her and offered her a refund, saying she had recently overpaid. She provided them with her email and home addresses, and later received another call from the same individual, claiming they accidentally deposited too much money into her bank account. They then requested that she pay them back by purchasing gift cards. At that point, the victim realized she was the target of a scam. She stopped answering their calls, but they left a message saying they’d lock her out of her computer. Eventually, she was unable to log onto her computer and called the Sheriff’s Office to report the scam. The incident remains under investigation.

TRAFFIC OFFENSES

  • Giant, 550 Celebrate Virginia Parkway, 02/08, 2:17 p.m. Victim reported that her vehicle was damaged by a hit and run driver while she was inside the grocery store. Deputies observed damage to the passenger side of the vehicle and the rear bumper. There are no suspects at this time.

DRUGS

  • 2612 Jefferson Davis Highway, 01/31. On this date, Deputy Demirci conducted a traffic stop in the area of Weis Markets after observing a vehicle with an expired inspection sticker. As the deputy approached the vehicle, he observed the driver making furtive movements. He then observed the driver put something in his mouth and throw his head back. The deputy made contact with the driver who was identified as Mario Martinez, 20, of Stafford. He ordered the suspect to exit the vehicle and noticed a green leafy substance on the corners of his mouth. He was taken into custody and admitted to swallowing marijuana. Martinez was released on summonses for possession of marijuana, obstructing justice, driving with a revoked license, and a traffic violation.
  • Interstate 95 Northbound—Mile Marker 136, 02/09, 7:05 p.m. Deputy Bolinsky initiated a traffic stop after observing a vehicle traveling above the posted speed limit. The driver was identified as Katlyn Morningstar, 29, of Pikesville, MD. She told the deputy her license was suspended. Deputy Smith and his K9 partner, Lobo, then responded to the scene. Lobo alerted on the vehicle during an open air sniff. A substance consistent with marijuana and multiple containers with a white powdery substance and white powdery residue were located during a search of the vehicle. Several pill capsules and drug paraphernalia were also located during the search. Morningstar was taken into custody and later released on an unsecured bond. She is charged with speeding, driving suspended, possession of marijuana, and possession of controlled substances.

This report does not encompass all of the reported crimes that may have occurred in the county, but only those noted for media interest. Anyone with information regarding the incidents listed in this report is asked to contact the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office at (540) 658-4400.

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