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Spotsylvania Crime Solvers

Here’s the latest crime solvers report. If you know anything about these cases, text SEE911 to Crimes (274637) or call 540/582-5822.

First up, the Sheriff’s Office is looking for Marcus Samuel Jackson, relating to charges of First Degree Murder, Use of a Firearm in Commission of Murder and Show Cause for Bond Revocation.

He is described as a black male, 19 years old, 5’10” and 140 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He has tattoos on his right arm: “DC” and “202.” If you know anything, this is CFS#  11-006724.

Here is a photo of Johnson:

And here are the other crimes:

Residential Breaking and Entering

Fawn Lake, Little Bay Harbor Way- At about 10 a.m. on Jan. 31, the victim said that when she returned from walking her dog, the basement door was open. There were fresh foot prints on the snow but it does not appear that anything was stolen or that entry was made. Sheriff’s office is requesting any information on suspicious persons in the area. CFS- 11-008515

Residential Breaking and Entering

Lee’s Parke, Yellow Birch Dr.- Sometime between 4 p.m. and 10:45 p.m. on Jan. 27, entry was possibly made into a residence through an unlocked window. DVDs, CDs, Blu-Rays, XBox gaming system, Gateway computer and keyboard, Dell flat screen monitor, Wii gaming system, five or six Wii games, Blu-Ray player, Mac Book laptop, a wooden jewelry box containing a pearl necklace, gold earrings, and gold charms was stolen. A  42″ TV was also damaged  during the crime. CFS- 11-0011057

Grand Larceny

Lake Wilderness, Flank March Ln.- On Jan. 29, the Sheriff’s Office learned that  between Dec. 1 and Jan. 26,  a 2003 White Yamaha Warrior Motorbike, valued at $5,000 was stolen from behind a residence. CFS- 11-011784

Grand Larceny

Liberty Equipment, 10879 Houser Drive.- Sometime between 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 28 and  10 a.m. Jan. 29, the victim stated that several cordless Snapon impact wrenches, a cordless drill and light combo, and a Matco air ratchet was stolen from a work vehicle. It appears that the lock on the property’s gate was broken and entry was made. CFS- 11-011677

Larceny

The Trails, Tipperary Trail- Sometime during the overnight hours of Jan. 25, someone entered an unlocked vehicle and stole two CD cases with CDs.CFS- 11-010427

Larceny

Surry Woods, Ascot Circle- Sometime during the overnight hours of Jan. 25, the victim said someone broke her vehicle window and stole her purse from under the passenger seat. The purse contained several credit cards and identification. CFS- 11-010428

Larceny

Breezewood, Kernwood Dr.- Sometime during the overnight hours of Jan. 27, someone entered several unlocked vehicles. One vehicle had  two Garmin Nuvi GPS, one Logitec remote for a projector, and one XM satellite receiver stolen. The other vehicles were missing Garmin GPS’s and change. CFS- 11-011237 , 11-011232

Larceny

Breezewood, Breezewood Dr.- Sometime during the overnight hours of Jan. 27, someone entered an unlocked vehicle and stole a Garmin Nuvi GPS. CFS- 11-011216

Larceny

Breezewood, Sanford Circle- Sometime during the overnight hours of Jan. 27, someone entered an unlocked vehicle and stole a Black GPS. Several residents in the area also reported that someone went through their unlocked vehicles. CFS- 11-011395

Larceny

Breezewood, Merrymount Dr.- Sometime during the overnight hours of Jan. 27, someone entered an unlocked vehicle and stole Magellan Maestro 4250 GPS. CFS- 11-012126

Vandalism

Rapidan Drive- Sometime between Jan. 24 and Jan. 26, a vacant home sustained $10,000 in water damage to its walls, flooring and ceilings. It appears that someone entered the home and intentionally left the water running. CFS- 11-010524

Vandalism

Scafa’s Italian Restaurant, 10349 Courthouse Rd- Sometime between Jan. 29 and Jan. 31, the business front window, valued at $200 was . This is the second time within the month that the window was broken. CFS- 11-012553, 11-003164

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  • ed newell

    the killer turned himself in

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