Lakewood Road between US Hwy 340 Business and Millcreek Road will be closed for an undetermined amount of time, due to a semi hitting the train trestle. Norfolk and Southern and VDOT have been contacted to inspect the bridge. ... See MoreSee Less
Special hand made gift for our Luray Middle SRO Lisa Atwood! All of our SRO’s build a special bond with the students at each school. SRO Atwood always does a great job and we are proud to have her on our team! ... See MoreSee Less
Sheriff Chad Cubbage would like to remind the citizens of Page County, that the Board of Supervisors meeting is tonight. Tuesday February 18, 2020 at 7:00pm. The meeting will be held at the County Administrative Building 103 S. Court Street Luray, Va., second floor. Gary Cornelius will be presenting the Board of Supervisors the results of an independent study on the issues involving the Page County Jail's inmate population, staffing and construction. Sheriff Cubbage would like the citizens to hear the concerns addressed in the study and the recommendations in which we can address them. ... See MoreSee Less
Be aware of the Apple/I-CLOUD scam! I-CLOUD/Apple will not contact you by phone. These are scammers attempting to get your bank information. DO NOT give out any personal information! ... See MoreSee Less
Update ***UPDATE: 2/15 @ 5:40PM LEVI NORWOOD has been APPREHENDED. Wanted for the murder of his mother and brother, Levi Norwood has been apprehended in North Carolina. He was taken into custody after store employees called in a shoplifter to police. The 2007 Toyota Camry Levi Norwood was reported to be driving has also been recovered at the time of his arrest. Sheriff’s detectives are enroute to North Carolina at this time. ... See MoreSee Less
Meet our K-9 handlers and their partners. Deputy John Fry with Uri and Deputy Jared Thomas with Art. Deputy Fry recently completed his K9 handler certification. K9's are important resources when it comes to battling the drug problems and as well as search and rescue efforts. We are proud of both of our K9's and our handlers who commit to many hours of training and dedication to the K9 program, even when off duty. Thanks, guys! ... See MoreSee Less
What handsome pups!💙🐾 And Congrats to the officers! I had inquired a while back about what kinds of toys and treats they are allowed so I could make gift baskets for the county's K9's as well as Quba from LPD, but no one ever got back to me. Could someone please contact me with this info?
Congratulations to the two new canines and the officers and also congratulations to our Sheriff's Department
Congratulations John!! I knew you was going to become someone special,when I supervised you in my YCC group at SNP. VERY PROUD 🙌👏!! Congratulations Jared as well!!
Proud of the 4 of you!
Outstanding! Thank you all for your commitment and hard work.
Next step… TVs “Top Dog” competition😁
John may the lord keep you safe as you protect the community!! You are a great guy with the right heart.
Congratulations. Stay safe while you keep our community safe.
Thank you all for your hard work.
Beautiful animals ❤️🐾. Great job guys !
So very proud of John. This means so much to me.
Great work John & Jared! Pups, too! 👏👏👏👏
Great asset to the Department. Congratulations
Those dogs are so beautiful. Congratulations guys
Congrats to all.
Now let's hear about you running the dogs periodically on the schools parking lots. Let's let the community know that drugs in the schools will not be tolerated.
Thanks for devoting yourself to being a policeman and being a K9 handling. Helping to fight the drug problem here in the county. Please be careful and again thank you.
Hi Everyone. Welcome. Stay safe out there and may God Bless You...
Congratulations to two great teams!
Congratulations to all
Prayers for God's protection! Thank you for your service.
Drug enforcement is a cooperative effort among all law enforcement agencies in Page County. Through cooperative efforts with patrol, investigators assigned to the Northwest Regional Drug Task Force and Luray Police Department, more dangerous drugs have been removed from the streets of Page County. These operations are occurring on a weekly basis. Sheriff Cubbage wants to send a clear message that drugs and drug trafficking in Page County will not be tolerated. Charges are pending. ... See MoreSee Less
Not sure who is handling the PCSO social media, but they are doing a fantastic job! So many informative posts. Too, I enjoy the posts recognizing community/PCPS efforts and awards!!! Great work and great improvement to previous years.
Excellent work PCSO! Keep it up. I’m hopeful that recent grant money, partnerships and recent staff reassignments will enhance the continued drug enforcement and prevention efforts. Thank you!
Great job to the officers for getting this horrible stuff off the streets. Keep up the great work and God bless you all
Keep going! Someone needs to check into these young ones, 14-16 year olds, at the school doing drugs and posting it all over social media like it's funny. That's where it starts, so in 10 years this isn't them your busting!
Good job!! Keep the drugs off our street and county.
They will just snitch and be out 🤷🏻♀️ no one in this county does the time they need to do..
Awesome!! Get them off the streets and out of our county
Great job Sheriff Cubbage and staff.
Great job 👍 keep that stuff and those that are doing off the streets
I think there are many of us that are afraid to report suspicious activity for fear of retaliation by the person who gets reported. As the mother of a son who died from a drug overdose, I also have zero tolerance if I even see suspicious activity, which I have in my neighborhood.
Way to go guys! Love seeing these updates. May I ask what, if any strategies there are for targeting youth and education?
great job now clean up page county
Hopefully the court system will give them the max. Thanks for doing a great job
Praise the Lord....great kob sheriff Cubbage..
Get those eighths of the street! Good job!
Great job Sheriff Chad coverage I say get them all I know you're doing the best you can do if I get everyone you can take these people off the street
Great job! Keep the valley clean and safe
Get them all. Thank you so much.
Thank you, keep up your good work.
Keep up the great work.
Lets not forget the numerous business's of Page County who cooperate. We can stop this!
Congratulations to Mary Cubbage and Leslie Jenkins for completing the week long Basic Communications Course at the Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Academy! We look forward to working with you both!Mary Cubbage and Leslie Jenkins have completed the week long Basic Communications Officer course at the Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Academy.
Sheriff Cubbage is excited to announce that in partnering with Page County Public Schools, Page County has been awarded the “No Kid Hungry Grant”. Selected organizations will receive shelf stable meals to be able to aid in the relief of hungry children in rural areas during the course of interactions with them. We look forward to this exciting implementation of a program that will help the children in our area! ... See MoreSee Less
Great news!!! Another needed and productive partnership with the schools. You guys are doing a fantastic job at not only recognizing the community’s needs, but also actively involved in the provisions!!❤️❤️❤️
Awesome!! So glad for programs like this to help feed our needy children!
Sheriff Cubbage announces that on Thursday February 6, 2020 the Page County Sheriff’s Office was notified by the United States Department of Agriculture, that we were awarded a grant to replace our aging animal control vehicle. The amount of the award is $20,400.00. A vehicle will be purchased from the state procurement program “EVA” in the coming weeks. Grants like this save our county tax dollars! Our grant specialist is proactively seeking out grants that will benefit our agency and the citizens of Page County. ... See MoreSee Less
On Wednesday February 5, 2020 Sheriff Cubbage met with other Virginia Sheriffs in Roanoke to discuss upcoming 2A legislation and the steps that are being taken to protect the rights of citizens of the Commonwealth. There is overwhelming support from Sheriffs across the Commonwealth, to unite in the effort to make sure no unconstitutional law infringes upon our citizens. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you Sheriff Cubbage And all of the law enforcement officers out there for standing up. To protect our constitutional rights!!!
Thanks to Sheriff Cubbage and all the other Law Enforcement officials.
Other than vague references to unconstitutional laws, can you please point to any specific legislation that is moving in Richmond? Are any of the bills that have passed committee consideration or passed either house “unconstitutional,” in your opinion? What makes them so? What method do you and your fellow sheriffs plan on deploying to determine whether any measure that passes is unconstitutional and how do you plan to challenge them?
My love Ron Madison we definitely made the right decision by moving to a great place to raise our babies
Sheriff Chad Cubbage would like to invite the citizens of Page County, to the Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday February 18, 2020 at 7:00pm. The meeting will be held at the County Administrative Building, second floor. Gary Cornelius will be presenting the Board of Supervisors the results of an independent study on the issues involving the Page County Jail's inmate population, staffing and construction. Sheriff Cubbage would like the citizens to hear the concerns addressed in the study and the recommendations in which we can address them. ... See MoreSee Less
This is a great opportunity for the citizens to hear, first hand, the findings and the incarceration challenges the Sheriff and staff have and continue to face. Good transparency and way to inform taxpayers.
Threat: Freezing Rain; Flooding Location: Freezing Rain for the Allegheny Highlands; entire area for possible Flooding Timing: Wednesday night into Thursday morning for Freezing Rain (February 5th-6th, 2020); Thursday through Thursday night for possible Flooding (February 6th-7th, 2020) Overview and Impacts: • A cold front will drop through the region Wednesday. • Shallow colder air will filter south into the region Wednesday night. • A wave of low pressure will approach from the southwest, bringing increasing chances for precipitation as the aforementioned shallow cold air drains south. • This may result in a period of freezing rain Wednesday night, particularly for the Allegheny Highlands and higher elevations west of I-81, as well as along the Pennsylvania border near and west of the Catoctin Mountains. Recent model trends have been colder, but the weak nature of high pressure to the north casts doubt on just how cold it will get Wednesday night. • A second, stronger, low pressure system will move northeast across parts of the region Thursday into Thursday night. • A prolonged period of moderate to perhaps heavy rain could lead to localized flooding, which may persist into Friday especially on larger rivers. ... See MoreSee Less
Threat: Freezing Rain; Flooding Location: Freezing Rain for the Allegheny Highlands; entire area for possible Flooding Timing: Wednesday night into Thursday morning for Freezing Rain (February 5th, 2020); Thursday & Thursday night for possible Flooding (February 6th, 2020) Overview and Impacts: • A cold front will drop through the region Wednesday. • Shallow colder air will filter south into the region Wednesday night. • A wave of low pressure will approach from the southwest, bringing increasing chances for precipitation as the aforementioned shallow cold air drains south. • This may result in a period of freezing rain Wednesday night. Recent model trends have been colder, but the weak nature of high pressure to the north casts doubt on just how cold it will get Wednesday night. • A second, stronger, low pressure system will move northeast across parts of the region Thursday into Thursday night. • A prolonged period of moderate to perhaps heavy rain could lead to localized flooding. ... See MoreSee Less
Check it out! Congrats to the staff of the animal shelter!BIG NEWS! Congratulations are in order to the amazing staff at the Page County Animal Shelter. For the second year in a row, they’ve been designated “no kill” for maintaining an euthanasia rate of less than 10 percent for 2019, with an overall save rate of 94.6%!! They work with several rescue groups; Cat’s Cradle, Save the Tails, Ragged Mountain Dogs, Humane Society of Warren County, SPCA, to name a few, in order to make this happen. The huge strides the shelter has made are only achievable through the staff’s hard work, dedication and compassion for the animals in their care. If you see Jami, Shelby, Hali, Courtney or Danika, please let them know how much their efforts are appreciated! Thank you, ladies. Another proud day for Page County!! #pagecova #teampageco ... See MoreSee Less
Attention those in the Stanley area!⚠️ Attention Stanley residents!!! Company 24 will be doing a control burn of a residence in the 1800 block of US HWY 340 W around 7PM. There will be smoke in the area and flames will be visible from the road, use caution in this area! Thank You! ⚠️ ... See MoreSee Less
At approximately 12:30 pm on February 3, 2020, Page County Sheriff’s Office apprehended John McClure and Melissa Dempster on outstanding felony warrants. Special thanks to Shenandoah Police Department Officer Jeff Courtney and K-9 Allan for their response and assistance in this incident. Additional charges are pending. ... See MoreSee Less
Did you know that the first “official” Groundhog Day was in 1887? The earliest mention of it was in 1840! After the infamous movie “Groundhog Day” in 1993, over 40,000 people attend the annual ceremony at Gobbler’s Knob in Punxsutawney, Pa.!
What’s your prediction for tomorrow? Will Phil see his shadow or not?? ... See MoreSee Less
Be On the Look Out in the Shenandoah Area!***01/31/2020 - KEVIN LEE MCALISTER JR. HAS BEEN ARRESTED***
Fugitive Files: KEVIN LEE MCALISTER JR. DOB: February 1997 Last Known Address: Elkton, VA Wanted For: Felony Possession of Controlled Substance, Felony Abduction, District Court Capias (Fail To Appear), District Court Capias (Pretrial Services Violation) Anyone with information on the whereabouts of this individual is asked to contact the Rockingham County Sheriff's Office at (540) 564-3800. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to all of the officers! Thank you for everything you all do to help keep our county safe.
Congratulations to all but tell that ole Donnie Dorrough I said to enjoy retirement. We worked together years ago.
Page county Sheriffs Office has great officer. All I have met have been very respectful. I personally appreciate them and the leadership has been the best. Thank you Chad and all your staff for working for the citizens of Page.
Great work! Congratulations everyone!
We don't live in a perfect World never will thank you for controlling the problems in our area were not all bad
Tonight the Page County Sheriff’s Office held our annual awards banquet. Multiple deputies were recognized for life saving awards and other achievements. Check out the photos for more details. Special thanks to Stanley Fire Department Auxiliary for the delicious meal! ... See MoreSee Less
My condolences too Family so very sorry my prayers too you as well may she R.I.P
Many prayers of comfort for family members and friends. 🙏🙏😇🌹
Condolences and prayers
So sad prayers for everyone when u work in this line of work u never know if you will make it home so thank everyone for risking their lives too protect others police firefighters all who help to protect and serve god bless you all
This morning, Sheriff Cubbage and staff, along with members of Luray and Stanley Police Department, Page County EMS and Stanley Fire Department, had a send off for Stanley Elementary School Student Brayden Rodriguez. Brayden is heading to NIH Hospital in Bethesda, Md. for treatments for Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID). During this time he will be away from his home, family and friends. Stanley Police Department gave him some goodies for his trip and Captain Chad Brown provides him with an honorary Stanley Police Badge. Sheriff Cubbage provided him with an honorary Sheriff’s badge and swore him in as an honorary deputy. The most touching moment for us all was when those in attendance came together in prayer for Brayden. The escort then proceeded to Stanley Elementary School, where his friends and teachers awaited with banners and well wishes and then proceeded past Mt. Carmel Academy where the entire school waved him on. We would ask that you keep this little man and his family in your thoughts and prayers over the next few months. True heroes don’t wear capes. Today our hero was Brayden! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you all again! It was beyond amazing. It was moving, emotional....and just awesome. We cannot express enough how much we appreciate the support and love. For anyone wanting to follow Brayden's journey, please feel free to join his page where we will update regularly: www.facebook.com/groups/184209251610246/
Prayers for Brayden and his family GOD BLESS HIS JOURNEY HE IS ABOUT TO TAKE KEEP HIM SAFE AND BRING HIM HOME HEALTHY AS A YOUNG MAN SHOULD BE .. So proud of Stanley Police. And Fire Department. On their Salute to send This young man on to NIH
How Great of all in the Sherriff department .the stanley police department and the fire department so sweet many Prayers for this fellow and his family
Wishing you Brayden all the best. Stay strong with what is ahead of you and your family. 💕
Awesome job by the entire community.
Thank you, Page County Sheriff's Office - as a patient in the Primary Immunodeficiency community, this feels like it was for all of us. Cheering you on from SC, Brayden!!
Prayers for Brayden and his family. It’s such a wonderful thing when the community comes together to show their support!
Absolutely wonderful for this Lil boy 💙 to see his community come together for him and his family today. God Bless each and everyone of you for all you did for him. Made the tears flow😭😭 Prayers to him and his family 🙏🙏
Prayers for this little guy. This is so touching how the community came together and gave this brave little boy a great farewell. This is so Awesome what a great community we live in. 🙏🙏🙏❤
Thank you all for such a wonderful send off! One he will not soon forget! Because of the love our community coming together, perhaps will make this just a little easier.... please pray with me... Father, we come united together and lift Brayden, his family and his caregivers at the hospital. We lift Brayden for healing in his body. That You will give him a special touch that brings comfort. peace and healing. Father, we remember his family as they travel to and from the hospital that You will bring them travel mercies and hearts full of peace. We ask You will keep the joy in their hearts simply to help with the peace as they begin this journey. Father we ask for great wisdom to each doctor, nurse and any other person helping him. We thank You Father for loving us so much that we can come asking for Your help. We thank You for each and every step as You touch this family. We love You Lord and can't wait to hear some great news of healing! We praise You!! Amen!
This makes my heart happy! Brayden is such a strong and brave little boy! Thanks Stanley PD and PCSO! ❤️
This was very heart warming. I don't know this little boy but wish him a speedy recovery. Glad to be part of a caring community!
This absolutely touched my heart on so many levels!! The togetherness, praying,support and love you all shown this young man and his family is one of the most amazing things I’ve ever come across! And the life lesson of these things you have instilled in the other children’s lives is astounding! God speed healing for Brayden and many prayers going up for his family!! This is what a community does ! The values have been lost for so long and it makes my heart smile for all you have done!! 🙏🙏🙏❤️❤️❤️
Page County Strong! I’m so proud to live in such a great town! Thankyou To our Men in uniform aka All Law Enforcement, EMS and many others 🙏!
I know this Brayden will never Forget! I pray he will rise above this next challenge he’s facing. May God Bless to All!!
Praying for Brayden and his family, and thank you to the awesome community Sheriff, Police and fire department. Praise the Lord for his blessings on all!
Many prayers for Brayden and his family can't help but to be so proud of page counties communities for their kindness shown
This is one reason I applied to this dept. the true community policing. Being out there and involved in ALL aspects of the community. I’m hope I get hired and have a opportunity to work with such great staff
The men and women of the Fraternal Order of Police, Front Royal/ Warren County Lodge #33 extend our thoughts and prayers to Brayden and his family and look forward to his speedy return to his community!!!
What an amazing thing to do for this youngman. Chad Cubbage, you and your deputies are truly amazing, along with so many in Page County. What a way to come together and show this little boy what it is to care and show support. God Bless you Brayden. My love, thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. 🙏❤
So sweet and thoughtful. Prayers for full recovery Braden!
Prayers being sent for Brayden and his family. This is such a heartwarming support not only from the community but the LEO, FF & EMT'S in Page. God bless each of you.
How awesome! It brought tears to my eyes! Best wishes to Brayden and the rest of your family! Please keep us posted. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🥰
Praying for Brayden! What a blessing to live in such a loving community!
We have an awesome God who hears all and sees all.....thanks to all involved and prayers for Brayden and family
I love seeing the sheriffs department being active with citizens and things that affect our community! We need to see more of this!! Congratulations a job well done
Prayers for brayden... Such a great way to let him know hes loved and supported by many
We would like to congratulate Dispatch Supervisor Danielle Rhinehardt for being chosen as dispatcher of the year for Page County ECC. Danielle was chosen by her peers to receive this award. We would like to thank Danielle for her dedication and service to the citizens of Page County and for always being one to have our backs on the radio!Congratulations Danielle Rhinehart! She was voted as Page County Emergency Communications Center "Dispatcher of the Year" by her peers.
One of her peers had this to say about her: "Danielle has always been one to follow the guidelines. She is brisk when it comes to answering the radio and dispatching calls. She never strays from protocol which makes her an outstanding dispatcher. She is confident, compassionate, and a great communicator." ... See MoreSee Less
Just a small example of working with other agencies including Luray Police Department and federal agencies to fight the drug problem in our community. Great job to all involved to make this a successful case and prosecution! ... See MoreSee Less
Our office continues to receive information on telephone scams daily. One of the more popular scams continues to be the "Social Security Scam". Over the weekend, deputies took a complaint of a phone call to a citizen that appeared at first to be an automated call. The recording requested that the citizen press "1" to speak with someone with the "Social Security Administration". When they pressed one, a live person came on the line and began telling the citizen that there is a problem with their social security account and they need to clear it up. The person on the other end of the line provided an "ID number" and a phony story that there was a scam on the citizens account, tied to drug cartel and that there was a $70,000.00 discrepancy. They encouraged the citizen to go to the bank and send money to them in order to clear things up so it did not damage the citizen's credit. When the citizen informed them that the banks were closed due to a holiday, they told the citizen that they would call back on the next day, but told the citizen not to discuss the conversation with anyone, including the spouse.These scams are continuing everyday. Please do not give out any of your personal information! One of the numbers that is showing on caller IDs, is (800)514-6446. The Social Security Administration will not contact you by phone. Be aware! ... See MoreSee Less
Let people know that the phone number doesn’t necessarily matter. It’s very easy for anyone to buy spoof or burner numbers now. That’s why a lot of scam calls lately are also coming from what look like local numbers.
I got one similar, only it was a call to "pay my back taxes". I listened to everything they said, just to see how far they'd go. When i asked how they got this info, they said they had all the info on everyone.. so when i said internal revenue and s.s. never call, they send letters, he hung up.
I would also like to let people know that if they get mail from banks other than the ones they use, don’t throw it away as junk mail. Make sure you open it because someone has been going online opening checking accounts in my name and I would have never known if I hadn’t opened it.
Report all of this to the attorney General in your area, that's what I do
I got a call. I turned it around on them and started asking them question. It take long they hung up.
I turn it around and say they are speaking to the sheriff's department. They hangup everytime.
I pressed 1 and when they came on said " warren cty sheriff fraud division" they hung up saying wrong number lol! I loved it
Anyone who would scam and scare the elderly is definitely a low life person. Should be put in jail if caught. It makes me so mad that they take people's hard earned money.
I have been getting a lot calls about my computer
I get that call all the time
I received a call, I hung up
I get them all the time
I don't answer numbers I don't know. Problem solved for me
On Thursday January 16th, Page County Sheriff’s Office was requested to assist the United States Marshals and Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office with apprehending Samuel Ray Louk, who was wanted on multiple warrants from Rockingham County. Information was received that Louk was in Page County and possibly armed and dangerous. Once located, as officers enclosed on the location, Louk evaded police and led them on a chase on US Hwy 211 West, leading East back toward the town of Luray. Louk allegedly committed multiple traffic violations during the pursuit and damage to private property. Luray Police Department assisted in the pursuit, utilizing spike strips to attempt to stop the suspect. Spike strips were deployed and successfully took out tires on the suspect vehicle. The pursuit ended as the suspect lost control and crashed in to a wood line along US Hwy 211 West. The suspect then ran on foot in to a field where he was arrested a short time later on the outstanding warrants. Multiple additional charges are currently pending in this case. The Page County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Luray, Stanley and Shenandoah Police Departments, as well as the Virginia State Police, Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office and the United States Marshals. ... See MoreSee Less
What in the world could have been goin through this guys mind to make him think it was a good idea to run from the police ??,kinda crazy if you ask me ,now he has really ruined his life ,what’s wrong with people 🤔🤷♀️ ,glad he was apprehended but he put a lot of people’s lives in jeopardy !!Thanks to law enforcement for getting this felon off the streets ,maybe in prison he will have time to think about all he has done and get right
Wow. Thanks for sharing Judy. It’s such a shame that anyone wastes their life that God has given them. Prayers for him and his family that he turns the Lord for help.
Thanks to all the LEs that we’re out in the bitter cold searching for him. Way to go!!
FANTASTIC job everyone. Thank you so very much for all you do to keep us, our family and friends safe... THANK YOU ! !
Great coordination with our neighbors in Rockingham and great job managing such a dangerous situation in a way that was safe for Page County Residents! Thanks for all you do to make EVERYONE in our County safe, Page County Sheriff's Office!
Excellent work. Thank you and al agencies and officers involved in his apprehension! God bless.
On behalf of the Broadway Police Dept,I want to thank all involved for apprehending this subject. Job well done.
Great job, I'm thankful no one was injured
Awesome job glad everyone stayed safe.
Good job everyone! Makes us citizens feel safer.
Good job ! Glad no one got hurt .
Thank you for getting him off the streets
Thank God everyone is safe.
Thanks for doing a great job!!
God bless you all Thank you all.
Good job everyone!!
It isn’t mine.
I didn’t do it.
I won’t get caught.
This is the mentality of most criminals.
Get um boys...job well executed...
Ten minutes in jail, he will find God!
Bad boys bad boys what you going to do when they come for you
Pam Jenkins this must have been the one you passed
Greg Knight here is your high speed chase from the other day.
The administrative offices of the Page County Sheriff’s Office will be closed Friday January 17 in observance of Lee-Jackson Day. We will also be closed on Monday, January 20 in observance of Martin Luther King Day. We will re-open at 08:00 on Tuesday, January 21, 2020. ... See MoreSee Less
Sheriff Cubbage releases the stats for the Page County Sheriff's Office for 2019. You will find the stats broken down by each division, Patrol, Jail and Criminal Investigations. It was a busy year with our re-accreditation starting things off in January 2019 and our operations planning of the Dukes of Hazzard Event at the Shenandoah Speedway, that was held in August. Sheriff Cubbage is proud of the dedication of his staff and the commitment that they show day in and day out to public safety. There were many other activities that were either planned by the Sheriff's Office or deputies participated in through-out the year. Including the Youth Summer Camp, Easter Egg Hunt, National Night Out, TRIAD Events and other community interactions. ... See MoreSee Less
Here is our final 2020 Calendar Photo. We would like to thank David Foltz Photography for working with us! Our calendar is in memory of our friend and colleague, Raymond Leeth. Calendars will be available in a few weeks. There will be a post made when they are available. ... See MoreSee Less
In honor and recognition, on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, we'd like to take a minute to thank this special group of deputies/officers for all they do, not only do they help protect the faculty, staff, and students of PCPS, but for the positive relationships they build with our students. Today, we celebrate you. Happy Law Enforcement Appreciation Day! ... See MoreSee Less
Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Each day, countless men and women across America, put their lives on the line to make our communities a safer place. These men and women are fathers, mothers, brothers and sisters. They are human. They often have a fraction of a second to make decisions that could have life changing effects. They make mistakes. The vast majority are good people who deeply care about the people and the community that they serve, the same communities where they live and are raising their own families. Today, if you see an officer, show appreciation by thanking them for their service. They’ll appreciate it more than you think. Thank you to all who serve Page County, including officers in each town. Your service does not go unnoticed. ... See MoreSee Less
Sheriff Chad Cubbage and the staff of Page County Sheriff’s Office, extends thoughts and prayers to Sheriff Millholland and the men and women of the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office during their time of loss. Our prayers are also with the family and friends of Deputy Patti Williams.⭐️ The Frederick County Sheriffs Office mourns the loss of one of our own this morning. Deputy Patti Williams lost her battle with cancer this morning. Deputy Williams, you will always be remembered for all you did for the citizens of Frederick County, the Commonwealth of Virginia and all of your tireless hours with Community Connections and our older population. God bless you, your family and friends. We love you. 💙 ... See MoreSee Less
Roads in Page County are becoming extremely slick, especially secondary roadways. There are currently multiple traffic crashes in the Luray area. If you don't have to be out, STAY HOME! ... See MoreSee Less
***** UPDATE ***** We have received word that 211 is re-opened.
Route 211 West on the Shenandoah County side is currently shut down in both directions, due to a motor vehicle crash in the area of runaway lane. Avoid this area if possible. There is no estimated time for it to re-open. ... See MoreSee Less