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April 2, 2014 - April 8, 2014

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The number one killer of teenagers is motor vehicle accidents, accounting for more than 5,000 deaths each year.  Friday and Saturday nights and early Saturday and Sunday mornings have the highest number of driving accidents involving teenagers.  A 16-year old driver is 42% more likely to be involved in a motor vehicle accident than a teen one year older.

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TEEN DRIVERS

Drive sober and always ride with a sober driver.

Always wear your safety belt, even when close to home.

Insist that all passengers also wear their safety belts.

Be familiar with the vehicle you’re driving, and use the safety devices.

Be a defensive driver, be alert, and have a good attitude.

Never tailgate.

Focus on your driving and avoid distractions .

Limit the number of passengers riding in your car.

Avoid competitive driving.

Follow traffic laws and drive at safe, legal speeds.

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PARENTS OF TEEN DRIVERS

Supervise your teen’s driving time.

Let your teen practice driving while they have a permit.

Continue practice driving during the first year of licensed driving.

Put a limit on the number of passengers allowed in the car.

Limit your teen’s driving during periods of increased risk.

Establish a time by which your teen must be home.

Insist that your teen and any passengers wear safety belts.

Set limits on the areas a teen can drive.

Prohibit your teen from driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Encourage your teen to use good judgment.

Be a good role model.

Support graduated licensing.


Weekly Crime Report:

MALICOUS WOUNDING-SURRY WOODS/WINDSOR PLACE

Ascot Circle and Loriella Park Drive, on April 2, 2014, between 9:30PM and 9:45PM, the victim was walking on Loriella Park Drive when a vehicle stopped and an unknown male struck the victim on the head with a hard object. The victim could not see the assailant or the occupants in the vehicle. The assailant boarded the vehicle and left. The victim was taken to the hospital for treatment.  CFS 14-031538


ARMED ROBBERY-LEE’S HILL~COMMERCIAL CENTER

Hampton Inn, 4800 Market Street, on April 8, 2014, between 10:25PM and 10:30PM, the victim was in the parking lot when the suspect  showed a firearm and took the victim’s wallet then fled towards the Denny’s Restaurant on Route 1. Suspect is a black male, 50 to 60 years, 6’00, 160 lbs., wearing dark clothing and had a 3 to 4” revolver. Investigation continues.  CFS 14-033580


ROBBERY (ATTEMPT)-LEE’S HILL~COMMERCIAL CENTER

Fairfield Inn, 10330 Spotsylvania Avenue, on April 3, 2014, between 12:30AM and 12:35AM, the victim was walking back towards the entrance of the Inn when someone demanded the victim’s wallet. The suspect held a light to the victim’s face and demanded the wallet again. The victim refused and ran into the Inn and asked the clerk to call 9-1-1. A K-9 track led to the area of the nearby restaurant.  CFS 14-031556


BREAKING AND ENTERING DAYTIME-WAVERLY VILLAGE

700 block of Barkley Drive, on April 7, 2014, between 2:20PM and 2:25PM, the victim and a 20 year old grandson were home when the victim heard someone attempting to break in through the grandson’s bedroom window, while he was sleeping. The victim yelled at the three suspects and they ran to a waiting truck. A neighbor saw the suspects running towards a truck and was able to read the license plate. The registered owner was contacted and is being interviewed. Nothing was taken and damage was to a window screen is valued at $50.00.  Investigation continues.  CFS 14-033104


BREAKING AND ENTERING-CHANCELLORS WEST

8600 block of Lee Jackson Circle, on April 6, 2014, between 12:01AM and 9:00AM, someone   broke into the residence and stole 11 civil war buttons from a display. One of the buttons is valued at $1,000.00 and the other ten are valued at $5,000.00. The victim has a suspect.  CFS 14-032735


BREAKING AND ENTERING NIGHTTIME-SALEM RUN

11500 block of Rowan Court, between April 8, 10:45PM and April 9, 2014 10:50PM, a male attempted to break into the residence by banging on the front door. The victim thought it was a family member and opened the door.  Standing there was a male pointing a silver handgun. The suspect begin to walk inside and the victim slammed the door closed and activated the deadbolt lock, then called 9-1-1. The suspect is a black male, 18 to 30 years, 5’5”, and 150 to 175 lbs.  CFS 14-033584


BREAKING AND ENTERING-COMMERCIAL

4103 Lafayette Blvd, between April 5, 5:00PM, and April 7, 2014, 8:20AM, someone broke into the business and stole nearly $45.00 in cash, and went through some office cabinets and drawers. Nothing else appeared to be missing. No suspect.  CFS 14-033076


GRAND LARCENY FROM A BUII.DING

Massaponax High School, 8201 Jefferson Davis Highway, on April 4, 2014, between 10:30AM and 10:57AM, someone took a white8 GB Apple IPhone 4S from the victim’s backpack. It is valued at $300.00. No suspect.  CFS 14-033358


GRAND LARCENY SHOPLIFT

Victoria’s Secret, 3102 Plank Road, on April 6, 2014, at 4:22PM, an unknown person stole 77 bra’s valued at $4,250.00 from the bins located near the wide entrance to the store. No suspect.  CFS 14-032848


GRAND LARCENY SHOP LIFT-SOUTHPOINT INDUSTRIAL PARK

Wal-Mart, 10001 Southpoint Parkway, on April 5, 2014, between 3:40PM and 4:15PM, a black male, 5’10”, thin, a tattoo on the neck, loaded a with Dyson vacuum cleaner, Bostich Tool sets,  and a pair of work boots, totaling $1,120.00, and then exited through the garden area. The suspect loaded the merchandise in a gold color Chevrolet Trailblazer and left.  CFS 14-032534


GRAND LARCENY SHOPLIFT

Belk, 3102 Plank Road, on April 2, 2014, between 4:30PM and 5:15PM, three males and a female took clothing and placed it inside of a bag, then went to a counter where they removed the security tags. When the thieves noticed the loss prevention officer, they ran out of the store and were last seen going towards the parking lot. Suspects are three black, skinny males, no further physical description, and a black female, heavy set, shoulder length hair and wearing glasses.  The clothing tags were recovered and the total from the tags is $500.00.  CFS 14-031471


LARCENY FROM AUTOMOBILE-SALEM RUN TOWNHOUSES

11900 block of Marion Court, on April 3, 2014, between 12:01AM and 12:39PM, someone stole a black Coach wallet and the 2015 validation sticker from rear license plate. The victim does not know where or when the items were taken. Value of the wallet and contents is $75.00, and value of the registration is $15.00. No suspects.  CFS 14-031700


GRAND LARCENY FROM AN AUTOMOBILE-WATFORD

10300 block of Watford Lane, between April 3, 11:00PM and April 4, 2014, 4:30AM, someone entered two unlocked vehicles and stole $2.00, a black IPhone valued at $100.00, and a laptop computer valued at $300.00. The other entered vehicle is a white van; nothing was taken. No suspects.  CFS 14-031928


GRAND LARCENY FROM AN AUTOMOBILE

Morton’s Power Equipment, 5099 Jefferson Davis Highway, on April 4, 2014, between 4:35PM and 4:45PM, someone stole a pressure washer from the owner’s van. The washer was in the back of the unlocked van. The washer is a Honda brand, is valued at $3,500.00. No suspects.  CFS 14-032160


GRAND LARCENY FROM AN AUTOMOBILE

Food Lion Stores, 10871 Tidewater Trail, on April 7, 2014, between 7:00PM and 9:00PM, an unknown person broke the right door window on the red Kia Spectra and took a pack of cigarettes valued at $5.00, a pair of Dolce & Gabbana sun glasses valued at $200.00, and pair of gold/black  earrings valued at  $5.00. No suspect.  CFS 14-033196


GRAND LARCENY FROM AN AUTOMOBILE-THE TIMBERS

400 block of Cleveland Court, on April 4, 2014 between 4:00PM and 8:30PM, the victim gave a ride to two females, to several places. The victim had placed the money in the rear seat pocket on the driver’s side.  The victim suspects both of the females of taking the $398.00. The victim knows them by their street names.  CFS 14-032231


GRAND LARCENY FROM AN AUTOMOBILE-MOTT’S RUN RESERVOIR

6600 block of River Road, on April 5, 2014, between 1:00PM and 2:30PM, someone broke the right rear passenger window of the 2010 Toyota Highlander SUV and stole a large medium purse containing $10.00, credit cards, debit cards, a check book, a black Apple IPhone 4S with a bright orange Otterbox case, and assorted personal papers. The car window is valued at $100.00, and no value is listed for the other items. No suspect.  CFS 14-032497


GRAND LARCENY FROM AN AUTOMOBILE-SOUTHPOINT INDUSTRIAL PARK

5100 block of Southpoint Parkway, on between April 7, 7:00PM and April 8, 2014, 6:00AM, someone entered a blue 1991 Ford E-350 and stole three black Kirby Sentria model 2, Vacuum cleaners. Each is valued at $3,000.00. No suspects.  CFS 14-033316


GRAND LARCENY FROM AN AUTOMOBILE

Spotswood Baptist Church, 4009 Lafayette Blvd, on April 7, 2014, between 8:00AM and 1:30PM, someone entered the unlocked vehicle and stole checks and $41.00 cash that were to be deposited. Numerous checks totaling $3,214.25 were taken. Also taken is a Nautica black and white woman’s jacket valued at $100.00. No suspect.  CFS 14-033327


GRAND LARCENY OTHER

Bob’s Car Wash, 10500 Leavells Road, on April 5, 2014 between 10:30AM and 11:00AM, the victim placed a wallet in the area of a vacuum cleaner and later went to get it and it was gone. The wallet is a gray Michael Kors brand, gray and silver, valued at $200.00, a Global Entry Card, $1.17, 10 to 15 blank checks, two credit cards and two debit cards. No suspect.  CFS 14-032764


GRAND LARCENY OTHER

6100 block of Massey Road, on April 2, 2014 between 12:01AM and 9:00AM, someone stole a red Husky log splitter from rear yard of the residence. Tracks were visible and they ended a short distance away. The splitter is valued at $1,000.00. No suspects.  CFS 14-031236


GRAND LARCENY OTHER

4900 block of Lewiston Road, between April 5, 9:30PM and April 6, 2014, 12:50PM, someone broke into the Lean-To Shed and stole an orange and gray plumber’s electric snake valued at $300.00, two metal animal traps, fifteen old 1960’s license plates, a small metal chicken coop, assorted tools from a truck’s tool box, valued at $50.00. No suspects.  CFS 14-032778


GRAND LARCENY OTHER-WINEWOOD

11400 Maplewood Drive, on April 5, 2014, between 6:00PM and 7:15PM, the victim placed an Apple IPhone 4, on a picnic table then went to cut wood for a campfire. When the victim returned for the phone, it was missing. There were about 30 people attending the picnic. The phone is valued at $300.00.  CFS 14-032579


GRAND LARCENY OTHER-SHERATON HILLS EAST

11800 block of Taft Drive, on April 5, 2014, between 2:00AM and 6:00AM, someone stole an IPhone 4S, that was in a purse in a bedroom. The phone is white and valued at$250.00. The victim suspects the boyfriend who was in the room at the time. No one else was present.  CFS 14-0323870


PETIT LARCENY FROM A BUILDING-LEE’S HILL~COMMERCIAL CENTER

Work Force Center, 10304 Spotsylvania Avenue, between April 7, 10:00AM and April 8, 2014, 5:20PM, someone stole a brown Vera Bradley multicolor wallet valued at $55.00, containing $30.00, credit cards, personal papers, debit cards. The purse was on top of a chair, covered with a coat. The victim named a person of interest who was in the building and is known to steal wallets from doctor’s offices.  CFS 14-033311


PETIT LARCENY FROM AN AUTOMOBILE-LEE’S HILL~COMMERCIAL CENTER

Fredericksburg Work Force Center, 10304 Spotsylvania Avenue, on April 6, 2014, between 7:00AM and 3:00PM, someone entered the unlocked silver 2000 Mercury Sable and stole a brown wallet, valued at $20.00, containing $20.00, and a Wells Fargo debit card. No suspect.  CFS 14-033392


PETIT LARCENY FROM AN AUTOMOBILE

Bethlehem Baptist Church, 4700 Massaponax Church Road, on April 8, 2014, between 12:45PM, and 12:55PM, bike riders parked their vehicles on the church parking lot, and when they returned they noticed that someone had broken into some automobiles and saw a white male standing by a parked vehicle. The male quickly boarded a purple Hyundai and sped away. Someone in the group noted the license plate information. The deputy checked on the plate and the car had been reported stolen in Georgia.  The suspect has been identified and active warrants are outstanding here and in other jurisdictions.  CFS 14-033401


VANDALISM

Bethlehem Baptist Church, 4700 Massaponax Church Road, on April 8, 2014, 12:45PM and 12:55PM, someone broke the left driver window on a silver 2005 Subaru Forrester four door. Value of the window is $500.00. Suspect is a white male wanted in Georgia, and Spotsylvania.  CFS 14-033395


PETIT LARCENY FROM AN AUTOMOBILE-GRANINGER’S II MHP-AKA MOBILE 1

11500 block of Carrie Court, on April 7, 2014, between 4:00PM and 4:01PM, someone entered the unlocked black Ford pickup and stole a Cobra FS-380 semi-Automatic handgun from underneath the seat. The firearm is valued at $189.00. No suspect.  CFS 14-033132


PETIT LARCENY FROM AN AUTOMOBILE

VDOT Commuter Lot, 10800 Houser Drive, on April 7, 2014, between 5:00AM and 5:17PM, someone broke the window on the left side of the black 2009 4 door Honda Civic, and stole a Tom Tom GPS, valued at $50.00. Value of the window is $100.00. No suspect.  CFS 14-033154


VANDALISM-OAKWOOD FOREST

6100 block of Pella Lane, on April 2, 2014 between 7:00AM and 8:00PM, someone attempted to enter the residence by prying the metal flashing around the door lock. An attempt to enter was also made through the rear sliding door and entry was not made due to the metal pole and a stick that were on the door rails. No suspects.  CFS 14-031519


VANDALISM

VDOT Commuter Lot, 10800 Houser Drive, on April 7, 2014, between 5:00AM and 5:44PM, someone broke the right door window of the burgundy 1995 Honda Civic. The window is valued at $100.00. No suspect.  CFS 14-033160


VANDALISM-SOUTHPOINT INDUSTRIAL PARK

Applebee’s Restaurant, 9901 Southpoint Parkway, on April 7, 2014 between 10:00AM and 7:00PM, someone broke the left door window on the maroon 2005 Pontiac G-6, 4-door while parked on the lot. Two small holes were noted that appeared to come from a pellet gun. The value of the window is $100.00. No suspect.  CFS 14-033181


VANDALISM-SOUTHPOINT INDUSTRIAL PARK

Wal-Mart, 10001 Southpoint Parkway, on April 7, 2014, between 4:40PM and 4:43PM, someone broke the driver’s window on the silver Chrysler 300 four-door. Nothing was taken from the vehicle. A black 4-door sedan was seen leaving the area of the incident. No suspect.  CFS 14-033149


VANDALISM-SURRY WOODS/WINDSOR PLACE

11200 block of Ascot Circle, between April 7, 10:00PM and April 8, 2014 5:50AM, someone broke a window on the right side of the 2014 blue Subaru sedan. Missing is an Apple IPod valued at $200.00. Found on the floor of the vehicle was a hammer. Another vehicle, a red 1999 Ford pickup, had a broken driver door window. Nothing was missing. Value of the window is $200.00. No suspect.  CFS 14-033274


FRAUD

Riverbed High School, 12501 Mill Road, on April 5, 2014, at 3:05PM, an unknown person send a check in the amount of $2,850.00 to the reporting party, who sells Pampered Chef merchandise. An order for $500.00 worth of merchandise came with the check and instructions to cash the check, withdraw the $500.00, and return the rest of the money via Western Union.  The caller knew that it was a scam and notified the Sheriff’s Office.  CFS 14-032505


VANDALISM-THE VILLAGE AT TOWNE CENTRE

Splitsville Bowling and Billiard’s, 51 Towne Centre Blvd, on April 7, 2014, between 12:39AM and 12:46AM, someone broke the driver’s side window on the 1991 Toyota Camry while it was parked in the lot.  The window is valued at $200.00. The victim has a possible suspect.  CFS 14-032977


VANDALISM

Wal-Mart, 10001 Southpoint Parkway, on April 7, 2014, between 1:44AM and 1:47AM, someone broke the driver’s side window on the yellow 2005 Chevrolet Cavalier, 2-door. Value of the window is $200.00 and nothing was taken. The victim has a suspect.  CFS 14-032984


VANDALISM-LEE’S HILL~COMMERCIAL CENTER

Golden Corral, 10320 Spotsylvania Avenue, on April 5, 2014, between 6:50PM and 7:00PM, a citizen saw a white male strike victim’s blue 2004 Saturn, on the rear side window and pry the window molding. When the culprit noticed the witness, he boarded the vehicle that was parked next to the victim’s car, and was being driven by a white female.  The witness was unable to get the plate number. No estimate on the damage.  CFS 14-032570


VANDALISM-SOUTH OAKS

5300 South Branch Road, on April 6, 2014, between 12:15PM and 12:30PM, someone broke the left rear window on the gray 2012 Ford Focus while it was parked in front of the residence.  Nothing was taken. No suspect.  CFS 14-032777


VANDALISM-SMOKETREE

11900 block of Smoketree Blvd, between April 5, 5:00PM and April 6, 2014, 8:00AM, someone broke the window on a yellow 2003 Mazda Protégé, and a black 2010 Kia, that were parked in front of the residence. Both vehicles belong in the same family. The value of the Mazda and Kia windows is 200.00 each. No suspects.  CFS 14-032719


VANDALISM-MILLGARDEN

2100 block of Minnear Street, on April 6, 2014, between 12:01AM and 8:00AM, someone fired a BB at the rear right window of the 2005 Chevrolet Avalanche 4-door. Value of the window is $100.00. No suspect.  CFS 14-032821


VANDALISM-HEATHER GREENS

10500 block of Heather Greens Circle, between April 4, 10:30PM, and April 5, 2014, 8:00AM, someone sprayed black paint squiggle lines on the tan siding. Cost to remove the paint is $20.00. No suspect.  CFS 14-032456


VANDALISM

James M. Quann Plumbing,   4700 block of Harrison Road, on April 7, 2014, between 6:00AM and 8:00AM, someone removed the valve stems from the four tires on the 1996 Ford van flattening them.  Also, someone cut several wires on a generator and an air compressor. Cost to replace the stems is $50.00, and no estimate on replacing the wires. No suspects.  CFS 14-033022


MISSILE AT A DWELLING-THE TIMBERS

The unit block of Dayton Court, on April 4, 2014, between 3:00PM and 6:00PM, someone fired a pellet at a window of the residence, causing the window to break. The cost to replace the window is $250.00. No suspect.  CFS 14-033201


VANDALISM

Texas Road House, 3940 Plank Road, on April 6, 2014, between 3:00PM and 9:00PM, someone damaged the door on the gray 1991 Acura Integra. The damage appears to be an attempt to enter the vehicle.  Cost to repair is $100.00. No suspect.  CFS 14-032937


VANDALISM

VDOT Commuter Lot, 12150, on April 4, 12:01AM, and April 6, 2014, 8:29PM, someone broke out the right door window on the Burgundy 2012 Honda Ridgeline pickup. Value of the window is $200.00. No suspects.  CFS 14-032918


VANDALISM

VDOT Commuter Lot, 12150 Gordon Road, between April 5, 12:01AM, and April 7, 2014, 11:35AM, someone broke the side window on the silver 2012 Toyota Corolla, while parked in the lot. Value of the window is $200.00. No suspects.  CFS 14-032964


VANDALISM

VDOT Commuter Lot, 12150 Gordon Road, between April 6, 10:00PM, and April 7, 2014, 12:11AM, someone broke the right side window on the 1995 Nissan pickup that was parked in the lot. Value of the glass is $200.00. No suspects.  CFS 14-032965


VANDALISM

Giant Food Stores, 10346 Courthouse Road, on April 7, 2014, between 12:01AM and 7:00AM, someone broke the left door window glass on the white 2002 Honda Civic , and took a blue flashlight from the floorboard, and 30 pennies.  Damage is estimated at $500.00. No suspect.  CFS 14-03300


LOST PROPERTY

Belk, 3102 Plank Road, on April 6, 2014, between 6:20PM and 7:00PM,  a citizen went to use the men’s room, and placed a black Sig Sauer P-938 hand gun and keys on the floor. When the citizen was leaving and picked up the keys but forgot the firearm. When the citizen returned, the weapon was not there. A search was made by mall security and Belk employees, however, the weapon was not found. It is valued at $700.00.  CFS 14-032928


FOUND PROPERTY FOX POINT

Avery Drive and Danford Street, on April 5, 2014, between 11:00AM and 12:00PM, a citizen found a black Apple IPod phone on the side of the road and turned it in to the Sheriff’s Office. It is an Apple IPod, model AT 367 valued at $150.00.  CFS 14-032782

 

For inquiries on lost or found property, contact the Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office, Evidence/Property Custodian at 540-507-7159 between the hours of 8:00AM and 4:00PM on weekdays, excluding holidays.