• Wawa, 275 Butler Road, 01/26, 10:56 p.m. Deputies responded to the convenience store regarding reports of a theft of a motor vehicle. Upon arrival, they learned the victim had left his car unlocked and running while he went inside the store. In the meantime, a male subject driving a vehicle stolen in Spotsylvania County earlier that day exited the stolen vehicle and stole the victim’s vehicle. The investigation is ongoing.


  • China Wok, 364 Garrisonville Road, 01/25. The back door of the restaurant was vandalized by an unknown suspect attempting to gain entry. The investigation is ongoing.
  • Barclay Lane, 01/28. Vandalism of vehicle reported. Driver’s side windows and windshield found shattered. There was also a broken headlight and a dent in the hood. There are no suspects at this time.


  • Gallery Road, 01/25. The father of an 8-year-old male juvenile reported a possible attempted abduction. An older white male driving a white van got out of the vehicle and told the boy, who was walking home, to get in the van, prompting the boy to run home. The investigation is ongoing. Deputies have been conducting extra checks in the area.


  • Navy Federal Credit Union, 308 Worth Avenue, 01/27. A large truck backed into the victim’s parked vehicle, leaving a large dent in the rear bumper, while she was inside the bank. The suspect vehicle then left the scene. The investigation is ongoing.
  • Town Square Circle, 01/28. The caller reported damage to the front bumper of his vehicle parked outside of his apartment. There are no suspects at this time.


  • Target, 1090 Stafford Market Place, 01/25, 10:06 p.m. Loss prevention detained a female subject, identified as Lisa Spence, 34, of Stafford for concealing over $500.00 worth of merchandise. Earlier that day, the female subject had also stolen merchandise from the Target located at 25 South Gateway Drive. She was subsequently taken into custody for grand larceny. A search of her person subsequent to arrest yielded controlled substances. Spence was incarcerated at Rappahannock Regional Jail without bond on charges of grand larceny and possession of controlled substances.
  • Panera, 1005 Stafford Market Place, 01/25. Victim’s wallet stolen from purse while at Panera and the stolen credit cards were fraudulently used afterwards. The investigation is ongoing.
  • 900 block of Eastern View Drive, 01/28, 9:00 p.m. Firearm reported stolen from residence. The investigation is ongoing.


  • MacGregor Ridge Road, 01/25, 12:21 p.m. Victim scammed out of $950.00 by caller impersonating his grandson. The investigation is ongoing.


  • 1500 block of Meadow Drive, 01/28. Deputies responded to a reported disturbance with a weapon. The victim told deputies he was walking in front of his home when two male subjects got out of their vehicle and approached him. One of the subjects brandished a firearm and threatened to shoot him. Deputies canvassed the area, but were unable to locate the suspects. The investigation is ongoing.


  • 01/21, 4:25 p.m. A traffic stop for a violation led to the arrest of a suspect for possession of marijuana. Jeremiah Headson, 41, of Manassas received summonses for possession of marijuana, fictitious registration, and expired registration.


  • 401 Warrenton Road, Motel 6, 01/29, 1:48 a.m. Sgt. Aubry and additional units responded to a reported disturbance at the motel regarding two female subjects and a male subject who were involved in a verbal altercation. Sgt. Aubry took the male subject, identified as Cory Jones, 38, of Fredericksburg into custody for public intoxication after becoming belligerent and refusing to go back to his room. On the drive to the Sheriff’s Office, the suspect threatened to kick the windows and called Sgt. Aubry obscene names. He was charged with disorderly conduct and drunk in public. During the jail intake process, the suspect became combative and repeatedly attempted to pull away from Sgt. Aubry and the jail officers. He was incarcerated at Rappahannock Regional Jail on a secured bond and received an additional charge of obstruction by force.

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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