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Natatia Bledsoe is the public information officer for the Fredericksburg Police Department.

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Daily Crime Report 7/29/2014

Recent police reports and arrests in Fredericksburg:

ARSON:

Library Services Distribution Center, 125 Olde Greenwich Dr, 7/25 2:00 a.m.  Employees reported that they found fire debris and evidence of a fire that had been purposely set on the rear loading dock of the business.  The below photos from a surveillance camera show two suspects who are believed to be involved in the incident.  Anyone with information about the identity of these individuals should contact Detective Patrick Lamb at 540-654-5740.  UPDATE: These juvenile suspects have been identified and have been referred to juvenile intake authorities for possible charges.

arson suspects

 

LARCENY:

1000 block Wicklow Dr, 7/27 – 7/28 5:00 p.m.  A resident reported that an unknown person stole the rear license plate from her vehicle.  No suspects or witnesses at this time.

VANDALISM:

VRE Lot, 200 block Prince Edward St, 7/28 6:55 a.m.  A commuter reported that an unknown person broke a window on his vehicle.  No suspects or witnesses at this time.

George Washington Regional Commission, 406 Princess Anne St, 7/25 – 7/28 11:30 a.m.  The director reported that an unknown person broke a window on the building.  No suspects or witnesses at this time.

300 block Pitt St, 7/21 – 7/22 8:00 a.m.  A resident reported that an unknown person damaged the antenna and tail light on her vehicle.  No suspects or witnesses at this time.

DUI ARRESTS:

Wesley Robinson, 34, of Alexandria was arrested for DUI in the 1200 block of White Street.

ARRESTS:

Robert Boyer, 55, of Fredericksburg was arrested for public intoxication.

Emily Morris, 22, of Locust Grove was arrested for trespassing on the riverbank after dark.

Marcus Waples, 22, of Ruther Glen was arrested for trespassing on the riverbank after dark.

 

 

 

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