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Spotsylvania Crime Solvers

Here’s the weekly crime report from Spotsylvania Crime Solvers. If you have any tips,  Text SEE911 to Crimes (274637) or call 540/582-5822.

Residential Breaking and Entering

Virginia Heritage- Deputies responded to an alarm call in the area of West Dranesville Dr. at about 9:35 p.m. on Nov. 17.  When the Deputies arrived the homeowner was already on scene. The deputies cleared the home and discovered that a window was broken and a screen had been partially cut. It does not appear that anything was stolen at the moment. CFS – 10145499

Residential Breaking and Entering

Lafayette Village- Deputies responded to a residential breaking and entering in the area of  . It appears that unknown subject / subjects forced their way into a residence and stole a 42- inch RCAflat screen TV and an XBOX 360 system. This crime occurred sometime between noon on Nov. 19  and 8 a.m. on Nov. 20. CFS – 10146469

Commercial Breaking and Entering

Fredericksburg Hardwood Supply (121 Industrial Dr.)- orced entry was made and a green

Kawasaki KFX400 ATV was stolen from Fredericksburg Hardwood Flooring Supply on Nov. 21,  between 7 p.m. and 8 p.m.CFS – 10147059

Attempted Burglary, Residential

The Woods of Massaponax – Nov. 22, at about 11:50 a.m., two subjects attempted to enter a residence in the area of Oak Pond Way. The outer glass of a door was broken with a brick. Two men were seen running from the residence immediately after the attempt was made. The first subject is described as black male, late teens or early twenties, long dreads and wearing blue jeans. The second subject is described as white male, late teens or early twenties with a stocky build. CFS – 10147310

Grand LarcenyWal-Mart (10001 Southpoint Parkway)- On Monday, Nov. 22 at 10:38 p.m., two subjects

entered the store and loaded two shopping carts with 4 TVs and left without paying for them.

They loaded the TVs in a gold minivan and left. The subjects were described as a white female,

18-22 years old, 5’5” tall with long hair dyed blond over dark brown and a white male, 18-22 years old,

6’0” with a thin build, mustache and close cut beard. The following TVs were shoplifted: Vizio 42” LCD

flat screen TV, LG 42” LCD flat screen TV, Samsung 40” LED flat screen TV and a Sony 40” LCD flat

screen TV. CFS- 10147320

Grand Larceny

Strober Materials (10 Collins Dr.)- Between 7 p.m. on Nov. 20 and 10 a.m. on Nov. 22, A 61-inch Bobcat Procat ZTR zero turn riding lawn mower was stolen. The lawn mower is valued at over $7,000 and belongs to Liberty Equipment. CFS- 10-147825

Grand Larceny (Motor Vehicle Theft)

Hand Construction (125 Industrial Dr.)- Sometime between 8 a.m. on Nov. 9 and 8 a.m. on Nov. 19, an international dump truck, a John Deere 555G loader, and a heavy equipment trailer were stolen. CFS- 10-146053

Grand Larceny

South Oaks- In the area of Oak Glen Ct., a motorized Gray and Black Huffy Beach Cruzer bicycle was stolen from a driveway. The motorized bicycle is valued at $350. CFS- 10147466

Grand Larceny

Salem Church Library Parking Lot – Between  3 p.m. and 4 p.m. on Nov. 20, a vehicle was entered and a purse in plain view was stolen. The purse contained a Cannon digital camera, an MP3 player and credit cards. CFS- 10146632


Tidewater Plains- Near Limburg Court, between 5 p.m.on Nov. 17 and 10 a.m. on Nov. 18. A Virginia License plate, KGK 5191, was stolen off  a vehicle.CFS- 10145693


Meadowbrook- Near Rebecca Road, and between the hours of midnight and 3 p.m. on Nov.  20. Virginia License plate XLP 2891 was stolen off of a vehicle. CFS- 10146599


Spotsylvania Towne Centre- Around 5 p.m. on Nov. 21, a victim reported that a male with a white shirt and brown hair bumped into her backside and continued to run. She later discovered that her wallet with ID,debit card and $40 in cash was missing. A separate witness said they observed a juvenile matching the same description running and bumping into other people in the mall. CFS- 10147033


Chancellor Green- Late Nov 17 and the morning of Nov 18t, someone  broke the window of an Oldsmobile with a brick. The crime occurred in the area of St. Patrick St. CFS- 10145574


  • Martin (Marty) Work

    Is CRIME SOLVERS going to be part of the Spotsy dialogue with its citizens or represent part of a distraction from real accountability and transparency in our local government?

  • CP Unit

    Not sure what you mean. Crime Solvers is a program that is ran by Spotsylvania Citizens (with the assistance of the Sheriff’s Office). What is on crime solvers are facts and assistance is needed to help out victims. There are no smoking mirrors in Crime Solvers. It is exactly, what it is suppose to be. Nothing more, nothing less.