Natatia Bledsoe is the public information officer for the Fredericksburg Police Department.
Daily Crime Report 1/11/2013
Recent police reports and arrests in Fredericksburg:
200 block Riverside Manor Blvd, 1/8 (reported 1/10) 4:00 p.m. An 18-year-old resident reported that three male subjects came to his door and asked where they could find another resident of the house. When the man refused to provide any information, the three subjects pulled handguns out of their waistbands and displayed them in a threatening manner. The three unknown subjects ran from the scene when a neighbor intervened by telling them that police were on the way. The three suspects were all black males approximately twenty years of age; two of them had dreadlocks. The investigation is ongoing.
Courtyard Marriott, 620 Caroline St, 1/9 10:15 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. A guest reported that an item of jewelry was stolen from her room. No suspects or witnesses at this time.
2300 block Jefferson Davis Hwy, 1/10 7:15 p.m. A Spotsylvania resident reported that an unknown person damaged the interior mechanism of the driver’s side door on his vehicle in an apparent attempt to force open the lock. No suspects or witnesses at this time.
Brian Ingram, 33, of Woodbridge was arrested for DUI and refusal to submit to a blood or breath test in the 2900 block of Plank Road.
Gary Sears, 51, of no fixed address was arrested for failure to appear in court and failure to comply with a court order.
Vincent Bordeau, 53, of Stafford was arrested for shoplifting from Bottom Dollar.
Rhonda Gibson, 47, of Spotsylvania was arrested for shoplifting from Wegmans.
Christopher Staples, 30, of Spotsylvania was arrested for shoplifting from Walmart and on outstanding warrants from Spotsylvania charging him with possession of stolen property and fraud.
Richard Harper, 30, of no fixed address was arrested for aggressive solicitation.
Zachary San Pietro, 22, of Manassas was arrested for possession of marijuana.
Jermain Epperson, 28, of Spotsylvania was arrested for possession of a counterfeit bank note and attempting to obtain money by false pretenses.