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Spotsylvania Crime Solvers

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Here’s this week’s Crime Solvers list. As always, if you know anything, text SEE911 to 274637 or call 540/582-5822.

Homicide

Breezewood Forest East- At about 11:39 p.m. on Jan. 16, deputies responded to a call about gunshots in the area of Cottonwood Court. The deputies were able to locate the victim of a homicide. It appears that the victim was shot and then dragged into the woods. Spotsylvania authorities are seeking any information on this homicide to include vehicle or vehicles leaving the area. CFS- 11-006724

Robbery

W M Rogers Apartments- The victim flagged down an officer and said he had just been robbed at gun point in the area of Pool Drive. The robbery occurred at about 11:40 p.m. on Jan. 14. The victim said that three black males were involved in the robbery and that they may have fled in a blue Chevy passenger vehicle. Authorities are also interested in any information on a white Cadillac that was in the area during and after the time of the robbery. The victim said his wallet containing identification, cell phone and $167 was stolen.CFS- 11-005975

Residential Breaking and Entering

Salem Run Townhouses- At about 2:30 p.m. on Jan. 17, witnesses said they were behind an address near Brentwood Drive performing maintenance when they heard a crash. They turned around and saw a white female with blonde hair breaking a window in a town home. They asked her what she was doing, the female jumped through the broken window and yelled, “I locked my self out.” The witnesses walked toward the home, and the suspect immediately left  through the front door and got into a blue older midsize SUV, possibly a Highlander. The home owner was contacted and said she does not know anyone matching the suspect’s description and  that no one had permission to be in her home. A green metal pipe that was used during the break in was recovered and is being processed for evidence. CFS- 11-006899

Residential Breaking and Entering

Breezewood- Sometime between 7 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on Jan. 18, a home in the area of Coleman Lane was entered. The victim said  she noticed that her home was “ransacked”.”  The suspect (s) entered through a window. The window appears to have been lifted with a pry-type tool.  The following items were stolen: two Smith & Wesson 6-shot revolvers (loaded with five rounds); a Dell 1521 silver laptop computer with a Harley-Davidson sticker above the keyboard; Playstation 3 gaming system with two controllers and a webcam; 20 Playstation games; a wooden jewelry box; a woman’s gold wedding band; two gold  cuff links,;a woman’s gold class ring size 8 with green and white inlay, from 1952; a woman’s gold sapphire ring; a woman’s gold and emerald ring with diamond chips; costume jewelry–eight to 10 lapel pins, four to six necklaces, two or three anklets–and a blue Apple iPod Nano. The items are valued at about $5,000. CFS- 11-007266

Commercial Breaking and Entering

Katts Country Kitchen, 11513 Tidewater Trail- Sometime between 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 17 and 10 a.m. on Jan. 18, unknown criminals entered the business and stole two tool sets, a Sony surround sound radio, two Hobart industrial meat slicers, an ASUS laptop computer, two Casio cash registers with $800 in cash, two microwave ovens, a commercial vacuum, a DVR and an HP computer with a flat screen monitor. The victim said the stolen items are valued at $25,000.CFS- 11-007234

Commercial Breaking and Entering

Country Carpets, 406 Hudgins Rd- Sometime between 5 p.m. on Jan 15 and 9:30 p.m. on Jan. 16, someone broke a door and entered the building. A change jar containing $300 was stolen. The suspects also stole the surveillance system’s hard drive computer. CFS- 11-006687

Breaking and Entering

Indian Acres, 6437 Morris Rd- Sometime between Dec. 20 and Jan. 17, several trailers were broken into. A Chrome Raven .25 caliber pistol, a 15-inch Polaroid Widescreen LCD TV, a Playstation 2 and cash were stolen. Several trailers were also vandalized. CFS- 11-006978, 006144, 006994, 006945, 007157

Motor Vehicle Theft

American Heritage Homes, 9201 Elys Ford Road- A 1995 Tan  1840 Case Skid Steer Loader was stolen from a construction site in the area of the Estates of Chancellorville. This crime occurred between 3:30 p.m. on Jan. 13 and 1 p.m. on Jan. 14. CFS-11-005806

Grand Larceny

Sometime between the Jan. 1 and Jan. 17, someone made entered an unoccupied home in the area of the 9000 block of Brock Rd. and stole a home air conditioning unit valued at $15,000. CFS- 11-006857

Grand Larceny

Plantation Forest- Sometime between noon on Jan. 13 and 6:15 a.m. on Jan. 14, two unlocked vehicles parked in the area of Plantation Forest Dr were entered and two Garmin GPS units with mounts were stolen. CFS- 11006343

Grand Larceny

Bowman Center, 11720 Main St.- The business owner said that t sometime between 8 p.m. on Jan. 13 and 8 a.m. on Jan. 14, six rolls of copper wire valued at about $450 were stolen from Century Electric. CFS- 11005751

Grand Larceny

YMCA, 5700 Smith Station Rd- Between the hours of 6:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Jan. 13, unknown suspects stole a Sprint Blackberry Curve phone, Apple iPhone, a Wachovia debit card and a EBT card from an unlocked locker. The victim said the stolen card was used at several locations shortly after the larceny occurred. The suspects are described as a clean cut black male, about 17 to 20 years of age, wearing a black hoodie and jeans. The second suspect is described as a light skin Hispanic male. The suspects are possibly driving a gold Dodge. CFS- 11-005576

Grand Larceny

Will Mason and Josh Inc., 406A Hudgins Rd- Sometime between 5:30 p.m. on Jan. 13 and 1 p.m. on Jan. 17, a large rectangular, amber LED light bar was stolen from the top of a work truck. The light was valued at $1,000.00 CFS- 11-006878

Larceny

Timbers- Sometime between the Jan. 12 and 13, a victim living near Albany Street reported that both of the license plates (VA tags DOUG1) were stolen from his vehicle. CFS- 11-005579

Larceny

Sylvania Heights- Sometime between 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. on Jan. 16, a victim said someone came by and stole his black metal Mail Box mailbox from his yard in the area of Bend Farm Road. CFS- 11-006629

Vandalism

First Baptist Church of Love, 124 Bend Farm Road- Sometime between Jan. 16 and 17, unknown subject (s) broke two windows valued at $400. CFS- 11-006980

Vandalism

Summers Landing- In the area of Cinnamon Teal Dr and between noon on Jan. 14 and 8 a.m. on Jan. 15,  a mailbox valued at $35 was damaged. CFS- 11-006530

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