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Sheriff’s report

On November 15, 2009, Sergeant K. l. Mundy stopped a vehicle for a traffic infraction.  After investigating, Matthew J. Lohr, 49, of Williamsburg was charged with driving under the influence.  He was released on a personal recognizance bond and a court date of December 2, 2009 was set.   

On November 18, 2009, Deputy C. S. Wooldridge received information about a previously reported break in.  After investigating, a male juvenile was charged with grand larceny and receiving stolen goods.  He was released to his parents and petitions were obtained.   

On November 21, 2009, Deputy J. K. Miller responded to a reported disorderly person in Bowling Green.  After investigating, Leonora Bently, 46, of Woodford was charged being drunk in public.  She was released when sober and a court date of January 29, 2010 was set. 

On November 21,2009, Deputy P. H. Blasiol responded to a reported assault in Ruther Glen.  After investigating, James Bradley, 40, and Cynthia Bradley, 37, of Ruther Glen were both charged with assault.  Both were released on a personal recognizance bond and a court date of November 6, 2009 was set. 

Caroline County Sheriff’s Office Wrap Up


According to Sheriff Tony Lippa, Caroline Deputies made 4 drug arrests, 1 DUI arrests, 10 domestic violence arrests, 82 other criminal arrests and issued 12 animal control summons or arrests during the past week.  The deputies served 238 civil papers, issued 194 traffic summonses, handled 16 motor vehicle crashes, responded to 19 alarm calls, and dealt with 6 juvenile offenders.  The Sheriff’s Office Communications Center dispatched 417 calls for service and handled 1,071 telephone inquiries.  The CCSO also logged 51 calls assisting outside agencies and had 333 self-initiated calls.

***self-initiated call = This is a call that the deputy self initiates, not one that has been assigned.***

 From recent Fredericksburg police reports:

Target, 1180 Carl D Silver Pkwy, 11/18 6:20 pm. A loss prevention employee detained a male subject after observing him concealing items of merchandise. Michael Villeneuve, 18, of Milford was arrested for shoplifting and released by the officer on a summons.

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