Free Lance-Star reporter Robyn Sidersky covers Caroline County government and schools. You can reach her at 540/374-5413 or email@example.com. You can follow coverage on Facebook or Twitter as well.
On April 12, 2010, Deputy G. J. Hamilton stopped a vehicle for a trsffic infraction in Ruther Glen. After investigating, Daniel Mulligan, 26, of Ruther Glen was charged with driving on a revoked license – 3rd offense. He was held under a $1500 bond and a court date of April 21, 2010 was set.
On April 12, 2010, Deputy S. L. Chapman responded to a disturbance in Bowling Green. After investigating, Mark J. Brooks, 39, of Bowling Green was charged with being drunk in public. He was released on a personal recognizance bond and a court date of May 7, 2010 was set.
On April 13, 2010, Deputy G. J. Hamilton responded to a disturbance in Partlow. After investigating, Joshua R. Dobbins, 20, of Partlow was charged with assault, destruction of property, resisting arrest and grand larceny. He was ordered held without bond and a court date of April 14, 2010 was set.
On April 16, 2010, Deputy J. O. Cecil stopped a vehicle for a traffic infraction. After investigating, Paul Hall, 30, of Ruther Glen was charged with driving under the influence and driving on a suspended license. He was ordered held under a $1000 bond and a court date of April 16, 2010 was set.
On April 17, 2010, Deputy S. L. Chapman responded to a disturbance in Bowling Green. After investigating, James R. McKinney, 26, of Bowling Green was charged with being drunk in public. He was released on a personal recognizance bond and a court date of June 4, 2010 was set.
Caroline County Sheriff’s Office Wrap Up
According to Sheriff Tony Lippa, Caroline Deputies made 6 drug arrests, 2 DUI arrests, 4 domestic violence arrests, 159 other criminal arrests and issued 40 animal control summons or arrests during the past week. The deputies served 293 civil papers, issued 103 traffic summonses, handled 1 motor vehicle crash, responded to 15 alarm calls, and dealt with 2 juvenile offenders. The Sheriff’s Office Communications Center dispatched 464 calls for service and handled 1,754 telephone inquiries. The CCSO also logged 24 calls assisting outside agencies and had 256 self-initiated calls.
From recent Fredericksburg police reports:
BREAKING AND ENTERING:
Kenny’s Auto Brokers, 1101 Lafayette Blvd, 5:45 pm. A witness reported he noticed the door to the business was partially open and made entry to ensure no one had broken in. The witness immediately noticed that the interior office had been rummaged through and heard noise coming from the rear of the shop. He confronted two male subjects who then ran from the business and left the area on bicycles. Officers in the area were able to locate the two subjects who were then arrested and positively identified by the witness. David Keys, 21, of Ruther Glen and Michael Tarr, 40, of Locust Grove were both charged with Breaking & Entering with Intent to Commit Grand Larceny. Keys and Tarr both had outstanding warrants which were also served and are currently incarcerated under no bond.