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****BREAKING NEWS - Toms Brook Murder****

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Sandy vardell

This is so sad:(

Nikki Abe Viv Abe

You trust Strasburg police? I won’t there is something wrong in that town starting with them and their drunk of a mayor ...

Don't know them but very sad!

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****BREAKING NEWS****

Media Release pending in Toms Brook murder case.
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****BREAKING NEWS****

Media Release pending in Toms Brook murder case.

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Cody Hayes

Tracy Sullivan Mary Elizabeth Merit

we are waiting

Cheryl Burton

Can’t y’all please delete an block Tracy Ingram?? They don’t even live around here an always so ignorant an nosy!!

I heard who was involved but don't want to say in case the information is inaccurate. Just so sad!

Stacey Roberts wth😧

Chad Pruitt! What is going on out there man?! I'm glad you guys arent too close...but close enough

OMG my family lives there...

Viv Abe Nikki Abe

Haley Cahill

JJ Wilson

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8 hours ago

The Winchester Star

Tomorrow in The Star (8/22): Police investigate a stolen human skull in Winchester, Evan Goodenow writes.

Some Rappahannock Electric Cooperative board members make about $40,000 per year working as little as eight hours per week, Onofrio Castiglia reports.

Also, Robyn Miller, the new interim executive director of WATTS, says the charity has offers for land and buildings to construct a permanent, year-round home, Onofrio Castiglia writes.

Pictured: Appearing in a sign anchored to the wall of a house next door, Realtor Kendra Layman watches Urban Development employee Mason Gyovai of Winchester as he cleans the front yard of a neighboring property on East Cork Street in Winchester on Wednesday.

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Tomorrow in The Star (8/22): Police investigate a stolen human skull in Winchester, Evan Goodenow writes.

Some Rappahannock Electric Cooperative board members make about $40,000 per year working as little as eight hours per week, Onofrio Castiglia reports. 

Also, Robyn Miller, the new interim executive director of WATTS, says the charity has offers for land and buildings to construct a permanent, year-round home, Onofrio Castiglia writes. 

Pictured: Appearing in a sign anchored to the wall of a house next door, Realtor Kendra Layman watches Urban Development employee Mason Gyovai of Winchester as he cleans the front yard of a neighboring property on East Cork Street in Winchester on Wednesday.

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Runaway Juvenile

The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance with locating a runaway juvenile who was last seen at her Waynesboro home on August 15, 2019 at approximately 0700HRS.

Keleigh-McKenna Savannah Eccles
B/F
AGE: 17
5’05”
150 lbs.
HAIR/Brown
EYES/Brown

LSW: grey sweat pants and a grey hoodie. She left the home on foot.

The family has had limited contact with her, via a cell phone app, since she left home. She is believed to be in Charlottesville, VA.

A photo is attached

If anyone has any information about this runaway juvenile, please contact the Augusta County Sheriff’s Office at 540-245-5333 or Crime Stoppers at 800-322-2017.
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Runaway Juvenile

The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance with locating a runaway juvenile who was last seen at her Waynesboro home on August 15, 2019 at approximately 0700HRS.

Keleigh-McKenna Savannah Eccles
B/F
AGE: 17
5’05”
150 lbs.
HAIR/Brown
EYES/Brown

LSW: grey sweat pants and a grey hoodie. She left the home on foot.

The family has had limited contact with her, via a cell phone app, since she left home. She is believed to be in Charlottesville, VA.

A photo is attached

If anyone has any information about this runaway juvenile, please contact the Augusta County Sheriff’s Office at 540-245-5333 or Crime Stoppers at 800-322-2017.

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Prayers for a safe return home!

Keleigh your church peeps love you!

Prayers and shared.

Praying big!

Prayers for safe return

Many prayers!!

Prayers she is found

Prayers for safe return. In Jesus Name. Amen Amen Amen

Prayers that she is found and gets home safely.

Prayers , come home Keleigh. So many love you.

Praying she returns home safely

Oh Jen, I pray she is found soon!!

Oh Keleigh please go home. This world just isn’t safe to be alone where your parents can’t locate you. Lots of people will act nice to you when really they’re just trying to use you Please call home and get home safely. May God hold you in His care.

Sending prayers

Prayers

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Praying

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Prayers for safe return An everyone

Come home Keleigh! So many people love you and always will.

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Media Release

On Wednesday, August 21, 2019, at approximately 9:00 A.M. officers of the Waynesboro Police Department were investigating at an incident of a stolen firearm in the 400 block of Lombardy Circle. The alleged suspect was Zachary Dewar Tomey, 22 years of age from Waynesboro. This incident posed an officer safety and community issue.

The Waynesboro public schools were immediately placed on a modified lockdown as a precautionary measure to ensure the safety of all students while the suspect was at large.

Officers of the Waynesboro Police Department coordinated a 2.5-hour search for Tomey; he was subsequently arrested in the 1600 block of New Hope Road. The investigation into the theft of the firearm is currently ongoing.

Waynesboro Public Schools have now been cleared for regular operation.

Zachary Dewar Tomey Status:
· Arrested for violation of VA Code 18.2-119, Trespassing
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Media Release

On Wednesday, August 21, 2019, at approximately 9:00 A.M. officers of the Waynesboro Police Department were investigating at an incident of a stolen firearm in the 400 block of Lombardy Circle. The alleged suspect was Zachary Dewar Tomey, 22 years of age from Waynesboro. This incident posed an officer safety and community issue.
  
The Waynesboro public schools were immediately placed on a modified lockdown as a precautionary measure to ensure the safety of all students while the suspect was at large.

Officers of the Waynesboro Police Department coordinated a 2.5-hour search for Tomey; he was subsequently arrested in the 1600 block of New Hope Road. The investigation into the theft of the firearm is currently ongoing.

Waynesboro Public Schools have now been cleared for regular operation.
 
Zachary Dewar Tomey Status:
·        Arrested for violation of VA Code 18.2-119, Trespassing

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Thank you WPD for keeping our children safe! I commend you for making them your priorities. I am so thankful for you! God bless our Police Dept! 💙🙏🏻

Thank you WPD for all that you do!!!! Sending prayers for you guys safety always!!

Thanks WPD for doing a job well done and looking after our families safety.

Waynesboro and surrounding areas have produced some of the dumbest individuals I've ever seen thank you Waynesboro PD

Thank you officers.my prayers are for your safety always.

Thank you WPD for keeping our Community and Schools Safe

Thank you WPD! 💙

Thank you for taking care of our children..good job

Great job and thank you

Great job

Great job WPD

Props to WPS and WPD for handling this situation swiftly.

Thank you, Waynesboro Police Department & Waynesboro Public Schools for acting quickly to make sure our children were kept safe!!

Great job . Now make drugs in waynesboro top priority! Take waynesboro back!

He wonders by my apartment next time he wants to come around I'll be sure to call the cops

Waynesboro Police Department Thank you all for keeping us safe!! You all rock so much❤️❤️❤️

He is not clean! This I know for a fact

And he walked by the kids bus stop morning and evening smh.

He was arrested for trespassing. He was not the person who took the gun He has been clean for a month got a good job and straightened up for his baby

Eyes filled with tears .. bet-cha them eyes wasn't teared up when he was stealing someone else's property .

I don't believe those are tears, looks like he is stoned

Aww hes crying

Zach Rouhselang

William Good

Courtney Hope Britt

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14 hours ago

Virginia State Police

#VSP Seeking Witnesses to Fatal #LoudounCounty Crash

As the investigation continues into last week's fatal crash that claimed the life of a 34-year-old Aldie, Va. woman and injured her 4-year-old daughter, state police is looking to hear from witnesses about the crash. Several have come forward already, but state police would like to hear from anyone else who may seen the crash occur or saw the 2012 Volkswagen CC on Belmont Ridge Road prior to the crash. Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Virginia State Police Leesburg Office at 703-771-2533 or email us at questions@vsp.virginia.gov.

Virginia Trooper A.N. Patsios is investigating a two-vehicle crash in Loudoun County. The crash occurred Aug. 14, 2019 at 7:20 a.m. on Belmont Ridge Road near Legacy Park Drive.

A dark gray, 4-door 2012 Volkswagen CC was traveling south on Belmont Ridge Road when it ran off the left side of the road, went over the curb, through the median and into the northbound lanes of Belmont Ridge Road. The Volkswagen struck head-on a northbound 2013 Subaru.

The driver of the Subaru, Ammie K. Cho, 34, of Aldie, Va., died at the scene. A 4-year-old female passenger was transported to Inova Loudoun Hospital for treatment of serious, but non-life threatening, injuries. The child was secured in a child safety seat.

The driver of the Volkswagen, an 18-year-old male from Ashburn, Va., was transported to Reston Hospital Center for treatment of serious, but non-life threatening, injuries.

Charges are pending at this time, as the investigation remains ongoing.

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#VSP Seeking Witnesses to Fatal #LoudounCounty Crash 

As the investigation continues into last weeks fatal crash that claimed the life of a 34-year-old Aldie, Va. woman and injured her 4-year-old daughter, state police is looking to hear from witnesses about the crash. Several have come forward already, but state police would like to hear from anyone else who may seen the crash occur or saw the 2012 Volkswagen CC on Belmont Ridge Road prior to the crash. Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Virginia State Police Leesburg Office at 703-771-2533 or email us at questions@vsp.virginia.gov. 

Virginia Trooper A.N. Patsios is investigating a two-vehicle crash in Loudoun County. The crash occurred Aug. 14, 2019 at 7:20 a.m. on Belmont Ridge Road near Legacy Park Drive. 

A dark gray, 4-door 2012 Volkswagen CC was traveling south on Belmont Ridge Road when it ran off the left side of the road, went over the curb, through the median and into the northbound lanes of Belmont Ridge Road. The Volkswagen struck head-on a northbound 2013 Subaru. 

The driver of the Subaru, Ammie K. Cho, 34, of Aldie, Va., died at the scene. A 4-year-old female passenger was transported to Inova Loudoun Hospital for treatment of serious, but non-life threatening, injuries. The child was secured in a child safety seat. 

The driver of the Volkswagen, an 18-year-old male from Ashburn, Va., was transported to Reston Hospital Center for treatment of serious, but non-life threatening, injuries. 

Charges are pending at this time, as the investigation remains ongoing.

Loudoun County Sheriffs Office Loudoun Fire And News Alerts

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Prayers for all so sad

Praying for all involved.

Oh so sad prayers for all especially that sweet little one that lost its momma.

My thoughts and prayers are with both families during this most tragic time.

Prayers for all involved.

Prayers

Request for witnesses - if anyone can help spread the word, it will be very much appreciated: www.fox5dc.com/news/virginia-state-police-investigating-fatal-crash-in-loudoun-county

Here in northern Virginia you take your life in your hands especially when you travel on a 2 lane road. I wish all of our roads had a concrete barriers in between. So sad

Prayers

Prayers.

Thank you for doing a thorough investigation and not just blaming this 18 year old. Heartbreaking accident for everyone involved!

Christ have mercy on us

🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏😪😞😭😧

Wow how sad looks like a high speed impact

Everyone is quick to judge the 18 year old saying it was his fault. You never know if he suffered a medical emergency behind the wheel and that caused him to run off the road. I witnessed a man having a seizure behind the wheel before. You just never know the circumstances! With that being said, all involved have my prayers.

So sad

Pretty safe to blame the 18 year old male involved.

What was the speed limit of the road there? It looks like a residential area. Thats crazy.

VST will get them!

Looks like some one on wrong side of the highway. Wasn’t reconstruction call on scene to investigate? They usually do in a fatality with 2 or more cars. Call Tommy Turner he knows everything!

Why haven't you named the 18 year old? Seems odd to me...

Horrific.

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Police impersonator/Arrest

The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office arrested Christopher Brian Breeden, 34, on August 20th, 2019 after receiving a report of a suspicious person at Hill Crest Apartments, Staunton.

Deputies were dispatched to Spring Crest Ln., at approximately 0413 hours for the report of a man who was knocking/banging on apartment doors and identifying himself as a police officer.

Upon arrival, deputies spoke with witnesses who said a man, later identified as Christopher Brian Breeden, was causing a disturbance. The complaining party informed deputies that Breeden was seemingly intoxicated and reeked of alcohol.

The witness added that Breeden identified himself as a police officer and tried to enter the man’s apartment, stating that he wanted to make sure everything was in order in his home. The tenant denied Breeden access.

Deputies found Breeden in the parking of the apartment complex. He made several incoherent statements and exhibited signs of intoxication.

Breeden was subsequently arrested for public intoxication and impersonation of a police officer.
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Police impersonator/Arrest

The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office arrested Christopher Brian Breeden, 34, on August 20th, 2019 after receiving a report of a suspicious person at Hill Crest Apartments, Staunton.

Deputies were dispatched to Spring Crest Ln., at approximately 0413 hours for the report of a man who was knocking/banging on apartment doors and identifying himself as a police officer.

Upon arrival, deputies spoke with witnesses who said a man, later identified as Christopher Brian Breeden, was causing a disturbance. The complaining party informed deputies that Breeden was seemingly intoxicated and reeked of alcohol. 

The witness added that Breeden identified himself as a police officer and tried to enter the man’s apartment, stating that he wanted to make sure everything was in order in his home. The tenant denied Breeden access.

Deputies found Breeden in the parking of the apartment complex. He made several incoherent statements and exhibited signs of intoxication.

Breeden was subsequently arrested for public intoxication and impersonation of a police officer.

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Well done! As always great job ACSO deputies!

Great job!

Well 2 down ( one by Staunton PD and this one...) how many more to go? And do they not realize that if they cleaned up their act and put in some effort local agencies are happy to train qualified applicants for their reserves... goodness gracious.

Thank you ACSO!

Thank you ACSO

Then again, I forgot about the jails corruption. You charge inmates $3/day (just to feed them food you get from the Blue Ridge Food Bank for free) so your deputies are making sure you get 'em and keep 'em! Cha-ching $$!!! How is a privately owned jail even legal? Anyone else been wondering this for the past umpteen years?! Am I right, or am I right 😑

Good job ACSO. VOTE SMITH ON THE 5TH.

Has there been an attempt to determine if this is the same individual impersonating police in the crimora area?

Yes because all the cops look just like this with a beard and all that.

Goonie ????

Annette Argenbright

Eden Floyd Brian Floyd

Andrea Saunders tag ben

Really, Smith? If an insane person can't face trial for murder because they aren't in the right state of mind--how the HELL can you charge a DRUNKEN, "INTOXICATED" man whom is BLATANTLY not in any correct state of mind, with Impersonating a f*cking Officer? Albeit, if he were sober, Breeden would have never gone around knocking as such, "pretending" to be law enforcement. Hell, who is to say that this gentleman wasn't so INEBRIATED that in his mind he really was the law? Not an imposter? How can that be proven without a doubt in any court of law? This is why I wanna go back to school to finish my law degree, and this is also why you need to get your hiney gone from our Sheriff's Office! Which Officer was this young man impersonating, exactly: one of your doped up deputies, the married drug task officer who sleepa with informants, officers stealing evidence...I could go on. Poor kid. A public intoxication charge would have sufficed. I absolutely cannot fathom how Impersonating an Officer will even hold up.

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17 hours ago

Warren County Sheriff's Office

Check out Lieutenant Kirkland's visit to the Humane Society today!Lieutenant Kirkland stopped by today to show off the beautiful Tinkerbell!

Tinkerbell is a 12 week old female who needs to find a forever family.

Lieutenant Kirkland has been with the Sheriff's office for 16 years! She has 2 dogs and 2 cats at home, and works as a school Resource Officer.

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Check out Lieutenant Kirklands visit to the Humane Society today!

Reminder that school starts tomorrow in Page County! Please allow extra travel time in the morning and watch for kiddos standing by the roadways waiting on the buses. We wish all of the teachers, staff, students and parents a great year! ... See MoreSee Less

Reminder that school starts tomorrow in Page County! Please allow extra travel time in the morning and watch for kiddos standing by the roadways waiting on the buses. We wish all of the teachers, staff, students and parents a great year!

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Thank you! Be safe!

I remember being a kid. I would not be happy with the reminder. And I would be even LESS happy it started before September!

They don't stop for Red Lights on US 340 like they should! Need tickets and a lesson in safety for children!!!

Summer thunderstorms.....need we say more?
Please be smart and stay safe!!!!!!
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Summer thunderstorms.....need we say more?
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HPD School Resource Officers are glad to be back on the first day of school and are looking forward to another great year. Good luck to all the students and staff of Harrisonburg City Schools! ... See MoreSee Less

HPD School Resource Officers are glad to be back on the first day of school and are looking forward to another great year.  Good luck to all the students and staff of Harrisonburg City Schools!

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Thank you!

Awesome team! Thanks! We love serving you lunch!

Muchas felicidades para todos

Thank you for your service in our community!

To all, have a wonderful and safe year.God Bless💙

These guys are the best! Hermes and Bowers, have a great year!

T H A N K Y O U !

Thank you for your service HPD

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HPD brought an end to summer vacation for nine local students! Donations from department members provided new backpacks and supplies for their return to school along with a special visit from Chief English. ... See MoreSee Less

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Now its time for the Sheriff's dept to do this for the county. Great job!!!

THANK Y😏U SO MUCH F😊R YOUR KINDNESS!

FULL TIME POLICE DISPATCHER II WANTED:

The City of Martinsburg is accepting applications for the position of Full Time Police Dispatcher II. Shift of 4PM Midnight will apply-no day shift available. High school diploma or GED equivalent with specialized course work in general office practices and two (2) years of increasingly responsible related experience, or any equivalent combination of related education and experience.

The successful applicant will monitor telephones and radio in the dispatch center, answer all incoming calls and ascertain the nature of the call, dispatch police vehicles for emergency responses, maintain a log on radio and telephone communications, input data into the computer system, and other related duties as required. The successful applicant must be able to deal with the public and staff of the Police Department in a calm, rational and reasonable manner in often stressful situations. Must have teletype certification or be able to obtain teletype certification timely.

Starting wage of $32,235 with an excellent benefit package. Applications should be filed with the HR Director, 232 N. Queen St., Martinsburg, WV 25401 or online at www.cityofmartinsburg.org no later than Friday, August 23, 2019.
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Great opportunity! What is a teletype certification exactly? I am willing to learn!

$32,000 a year for a very high stressed job! You have got to appreciate anybody willing to do this! These are folks who do it for the job not the money!

Collet Rodda Crabill

Y'all need police that can handle situations in a calm manner

Ashley Price

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Schools will be back in session tomorrow. Please be cautious as you travel on the roads as there will be children loading and unloading from school buses. We ask everyone to work together to ensure the safety of our children throughout the school year. ... See MoreSee Less

Schools will be back in session tomorrow. Please be cautious as you travel on the roads as there will be children loading and unloading from school buses. We ask everyone to work together to ensure the safety of our children throughout the school year.

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Thanks. I wish they would have shown this on the news last night.

Thanks, simply explained

Well ,that’s explained everything . Thank you so much .

I'd edit this and ask people to share! 😉

thanks

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3 days ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

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4 days ago

Clarke County Sheriff's Department

***BREAKING NEWS***
PACHUTA - The Clarke County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help in finding the person(s) responsible for the robbery of the Pachuta One Stop overnight.

Chief Deputy Barry White tells CCHT that the suspect(s) broke into the Pachuta One Stop between the hours of 3:30 and 4:am early Sunday morning.

Multiple items were stolen from the store including cash.

Chief White asks that if anyone was in the Pachuta area this morning and may have seen anything suspicious including vehicles that was in the area to please call the Clarke County Sheriff's Department at 601-776-5252 or Crimestoppers at 855-485-8477.

You may remain anonymous when reporting.

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The Winchester Police Department has immediate openings for Virginia Certified Officers. Salary is commensurate with experience. Apply online today! www.governmentjobs.com/careers/winchesterva/jobs/2507237/police-officer-i?page=2&pagetype=jobOppo... ... See MoreSee Less

📣 Area 13-17 year-olds are invited to apply for the WPD's upcoming Teen Citizen Academy! Held from 8 a.m. - 5:15 p.m. on Saturday, November 9, this one-day crash course will introduce participants to WPD officers and provide exclusive insight into the workings of the department. Perfect for students interested in pursuing careers in law enforcement or criminal justice! Fill out the easy online application right from your phone:
📲 winchesterpolice.org/teen-citizens-police-academy
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📣 Area 13-17 year-olds are invited to apply for the WPDs upcoming Teen Citizen Academy! Held from 8 a.m. - 5:15 p.m. on Saturday, November 9, this one-day crash course will introduce participants to WPD officers and provide exclusive insight into the workings of the department. Perfect for students interested in pursuing careers in law enforcement or criminal justice! Fill out the easy online application right from your phone: 
📲 https://winchesterpolice.org/teen-citizens-police-academy

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Hunter Allen

Kaydan Shomaker

Want to do this again kid? Nathan Storey

Michelle Dunn something RJ might want to look into

Officers of the Month

Corporal Eric Neely and Patrolwoman Britney Conner have been selected as the Martinsburg Police Department’s Officers of the Month for August 2019. Eric Neely is an MPD veteran with 16 years of service and Britney Conner has a year and a half on the job. In earning the Award, both officers demonstrated superior initiative, teamwork, and attention to duty in investigations that resulted in felony arrests and the shutting down of three more drug houses.

To read more, please visit:

www.martinsburgpd.org/officer-of-the-month/
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Officers of the Month

Corporal Eric Neely and Patrolwoman Britney Conner have been selected as the Martinsburg Police Department’s Officers of the Month for August 2019.  Eric Neely is an MPD veteran with 16 years of service and Britney Conner has a year and a half on the job.  In earning the Award, both officers demonstrated superior initiative, teamwork, and attention to duty in investigations that resulted in felony arrests and the shutting down of three more drug houses.  

To read more, please visit:  

http://www.martinsburgpd.org/officer-of-the-month/

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Congratulations to you both and God Bless you both and your families.

That's my son and I'm very proud of him and his work!!! Congratulations to both of them.

My Son-In-Law ❤️ Wonderful husband and Father also!

Great job ! You Go Girl, Be safe

Congratulations

Congratulations! Thank you for your service

Awesome officers 👮‍♀️ congratulations and most of all thanks for protecting our community

Congratulations. Thank you and 🙏🏼 for keeping us safe. May angel 😇 ride with you

Congratulations Eric Great job ❤️

Congratulations thank you for keeping our city safe!

Congrats officers! Thanks for keeping us safe

Congratulations very proud of you

Congratulations to both of these great officers ⭐⭐

Congratulations My nephew JR BUTCHER worked for the police department.He is missed by a lot of ppl

Congratulations to you both

Congrats to both!

Congratulations to both of you!! Great job!! Thank you and stay safe.

Congratulations!!! Great job, keep it up.

Congratulations to,you both!

Congratulations

🙌 Way to go! You guys rock! Thanks for doing what you do! Stay safe!!!

Congratulations! You are greatly appreciated!

Congratulations!

Congratulations 🇺🇸🚔

Congratulations Eric!

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1 week ago

Rockingham County Sheriff's Office - VA

The Rockingham County Fair opens today! Come by tonight and pick up a pair of RCSO sunglasses. We have plenty of give-aways all week long for the kids. Hope to see you there! ... See MoreSee Less

The Rockingham County Fair opens today!  Come by tonight and pick up a pair of RCSO sunglasses.  We have plenty of give-aways all week long for the kids.  Hope to see you there!

Thank you to Grace Covenant Church in Staunton for providing lunch for our officers and dispatchers today! ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to Grace Covenant Church in Staunton for providing lunch for our officers and dispatchers today!

We will be at the Waynesboro Target until 8pm for National Night Out! Please come visit us! ... See MoreSee Less

We will be at the Waynesboro Target until 8pm for National Night Out! Please come visit us!Image attachmentImage attachment

*** Alert ***

We have received numerous complaints in the past few days about telephone scams. We urge the public once again to not give out any personal information. Callers are posing as family members claiming they have been in accidents or even arrested, in order to get money. Just hang up !!!
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Got a scam call wanting to talk about my computer and did I have windows. I told them I did not have a computer and all my windows were on my house. Then I hung up.

This was done multiple times to my parents. They told them that my son was in jail (he was at school) and that my nephew had been in an accident (when he was actually serving his country in the Air Force). I dont know how this information is obtained by these callers to convince people that their loved ones are in need of help, but it upset my mother because she thought her grandsons were in a bad situation. Really makes me mad.

1 month ago

Berkeley County, WV Sheriff's Office

Press conference on the shooting investigation from last night at the Ladder House bar and grill. Courtesy of TV10.

Anyone with informaiton on the shooting is urged to contact the Criminal Investigations Division at (304) 267-7000.

TV10
Press release from Berkeley County Sheriff's Office 7/9/19
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Have a safe & happy 4th of July! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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Happy Independence Day. Be safe. God bless🇺🇸🇺🇸

To you as well, May God Bless you and keep you all safe keeping our community safe!! 🇺🇸😊🍉

Be safe BCP

Lt Jone plz be safe you want to stop by get something to eat we love you be careful

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