Package deliveries resuming at LOW
Lake of the Woods has re-established Postal Service package delivery to its mail stations following the apprehension of two suspects in a series of mailbox break-ins.
An updated Orange County Sheriff’s Office press release said that it executed a search warrant last Thursday at 200 Lakeview Parkway that led to arrests in the rash of break-ins and vandalism dating back approximately 18 months. The investigation, according to the release, has been a joint effort by the Sheriff’s Office, Lake of the Woods Security and the U.S. Postal Investigation Service.
Kimberle Hodsden, 31, of Stafford County was charged with petit larceny and falsely identifying herself to a law enforcement officer. Christopher Earl, 34, of Lakeview Parkway was charged with grand larceny and destruction of property. Hodsden’s court records show her maiden name as Earl.
Christopher Earl was released Sunday on $2,000 secured bond after turning himself in to authorities at the Central Virginia Regional Jail. Hodsden remains incarcerated at that facility.
Lake of the Woods Association General Manager Phillip Rodenberg confirmed that, at the association’s request, parcel deliveries to the LOW mail stations had been re-established Monday.