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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!!!

3 days ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

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. Sheriff Cubbage would like to extend his thanks and appreciation to his staff for going above and beyond everyday. The efforts put forth by our staff is not done for recognition but because it is the right thing to do.This message was received today on our Facebook Page messenger. Pictured is Corporal Daniel Hinegardner and Deputy Ray Leeth helping someone who attended the festival over the weekend.

"We were visiting your beautiful county for Cooter's Good Ol Boy festival over the weekend. We were very impressed how friendly and helpful everyone was. We were particularly impressed by two of your officers who helped a mother push her handicapped child up the hill. Kudos to those officers and your entire department for a job well done! We look forward to visiting your county again."

Sincerely,
Cheryl and Marc Riegel
Ancram, Ny
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. Sheriff Cubbage would like to extend his thanks and appreciation to his staff for going above and beyond everyday. The efforts put forth by our staff is not done for recognition but because it is the right thing to do.This message was received today on our Facebook Page messenger. Pictured is Corporal Daniel Hinegardner and Deputy Ray Leeth helping someone who attended the festival over the weekend. 

We were visiting your beautiful county for Cooters Good Ol Boy festival over the weekend.  We were very impressed how friendly and helpful everyone was. We were particularly impressed by two of your officers who helped a mother push her handicapped child up the hill. Kudos to those officers and your entire department for a job well done!  We look forward to visiting your county again.

Sincerely,  
Cheryl and Marc Riegel 
Ancram, Ny

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Awesome!

Good job guys..

Daniel Hinegardner

Love our officers!

That's how they roll! 👍😎

Good Job guys.I also love seeing things like this .what a nice way to help someone handicapped.God bless. Our. PCSC!.

I wouldn't expect you anything less from Daniel, one of the nicest guys I know💙

Wonderful job guys.

Great job guys I love seeing things like this!!!! Well done PCSO!!

How nice that someone from out of town would take the time to appreciate you all. Thanks for all you do from someone who should say it more often.

Amen great job guys

Well done PCSO!! Thank you for all you do.

How sweet

Just the good ole boys

Good people do good deeds. It's called serving the people. Thank you. I would like to mention, however, there were many volunteer hours donated this past weekend but our officers were all on the clock. It's good to see they were put to good use. Makes a statement for our small county.

These are the things I love to read on FB. 👍🏼

We appreciate all you do, sending prayers to keep you all safe while doing such a Great job.

Great job guys thats what its all about. When people from out of town take time to post something that means alot for our county and our law enforcement. They put their lives on the line for us day in and day out. We need to do something for them for a change

Price less!!

Great job guys!

So good to see good!!!!!

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1 week ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

Wow. What an exciting weekend for Page County! A big thanks to Ben “Cooter” Jones and Alma Viator for bringing Hazzard Nation to the Shenandoah Speedway this weekend! The men and women of the Page County Sheriff’s Office enjoyed working the event and meeting so many supportive people. From the artists, the cast, volunteers, event staff and attendees, all were very supportive of our presence and thankful for our service! We are glad to report there were no incidents to speak of, no traffic issues and the event went smoothly and just as planned. Command Staff from the Sheriff’s Office, Page County Emergency Services Department, Virginia State Police, VDOT and the Shenandoah Police Department collaborated with Cooter’s staff for months ahead of the event, preplanning for disasters, weather events, traffic crashes and congestion, emergency medical events and lost or missing persons.

We had one particular incident where a four year old child with autism went missing. Our missing child protocol was immediately put in to place and the child was found by first responders within minutes and reunited with the mother. Preplanning and coordination made this protocol smooth and effective!

We were told by a stage manager with the artists, that she was very impressed with the professionalism and friendliness of the officers assigned to the security staff. She said that there are many places they travel to that police won’t even speak to them. She said that the security detail was great to work with!

Chris Jackson with the Band Confederate Railroad sent a message saying, “This is Chris Jackson from Confederate Railroad. I was just wanting to tell the Sheriff thank you for sending your officers out yesterday to the show. Wanted to say how professional all of your officers were and how they was willing to help any way they could.”

Staff also assisted with multiple medical emergencies (mainly heat related) and assisted many elderly and handicapped individuals back and forth from the parking area to the festival grounds.

We are thankful for the many people who supported our local restaurants, hotels, businesses and gas stations. This county is fortunate to have events such as this and hope that we can assist with future events. Thanks again for all of the support! Check out a few of the pictures captured this weekend!
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1 week ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

Wow. What an exciting weekend for Page County! A big thanks to Ben “Cooter” Jones and Alma Viator for bringing Hazzard Nation to the Shenandoah Speedway this weekend! The men and women of the Page County Sheriff’s Office enjoyed working the event and meeting so many supportive people. From the artists, the cast, volunteers, event staff and attendees, all were very supportive of our presence and thankful for our service! We are glad to report there were no incidents to speak of, no traffic issues and the event went smoothly and just as planned. Command Staff from the Sheriff’s Office, Page County Emergency Services Department, Virginia State Police, VDOT and the Shenandoah Police Department collaborated with Cooter’s staff for months ahead of the event, preplanning for disasters, weather events, traffic crashes and congestion, emergency medical events and lost or missing persons.

We had one particular incident where a four year old child with autism went missing. Our missing child protocol was immediately put in to place and the child was found by first responders within minutes and reunited with the mother. Preplanning and coordination made this protocol smooth and effective!

We were told by a stage manager with the artists, that she was very impressed with the professionalism and friendliness of the officers assigned to the security staff. She said that there are many places they travel to that police won’t even speak to them. She said that the security detail was great to work with!

Chris Jackson with the Band Confederate Railroad sent a message saying, “This is Chris Jackson from Confederate Railroad. I was just wanting to tell the Sheriff thank you for sending your officers out yesterday to the show. Wanted to say how professional all of your officers were and how they was willing to help any way they could.”

Staff also assisted with multiple medical emergencies (mainly heat related) and assisted many elderly and handicapped individuals back and forth from the parking area to the festival grounds.

We are thankful for the many people who supported our local restaurants, hotels, businesses and gas stations. This county is fortunate to have events such as this and hope that we can assist with future events. Thanks again for all of the support! Check out a few of the pictures captured this weekend!
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1 week ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

Wow. What an exciting weekend for Page County! A big thanks to Ben “Cooter” Jones and Alma Viator for bringing Hazzard Nation to the Shenandoah Speedway this weekend! The men and women of the Page County Sheriff’s Office enjoyed working the event and meeting so many supportive people. From the artists, the cast, volunteers, event staff and attendees, all were very supportive of our presence and thankful for our service! We are glad to report there were no incidents to speak of, no traffic issues and the event went smoothly and just as planned. Command Staff from the Sheriff’s Office, Page County Emergency Services Department, Virginia State Police, VDOT and the Shenandoah Police Department collaborated with Cooter’s staff for months ahead of the event, preplanning for disasters, weather events, traffic crashes and congestion, emergency medical events and lost or missing persons.

We had one particular incident where a four year old child with autism went missing. Our missing child protocol was immediately put in to place and the child was found by first responders within minutes and reunited with the mother. Preplanning and coordination made this protocol smooth and effective!

We were told by a stage manager with the artists, that she was very impressed with the professionalism and friendliness of the officers assigned to the security staff. She said that there are many places they travel to that police won’t even speak to them. She said that the security detail was great to work with!

Chris Jackson with the Band Confederate Railroad sent a message saying, “This is Chris Jackson from Confederate Railroad. I was just wanting to tell the Sheriff thank you for sending your officers out yesterday to the show. Wanted to say how professional all of your officers were and how they was willing to help any way they could.”

Staff also assisted with multiple medical emergencies (mainly heat related) and assisted many elderly and handicapped individuals back and forth from the parking area to the festival grounds.

We are thankful for the many people who supported our local restaurants, hotels, businesses and gas stations. This county is fortunate to have events such as this and hope that we can assist with future events. Thanks again for all of the support! Check out a few of the pictures captured this weekend!
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Great picture 💕

I was there had a very awesome time

Great picture!

So cute

What a cutie ❤️🐾. And the deputy don’t look to bad either !! Lol 😂

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1 week ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

Wow! What a weekend! Sheriff Cubbage and the men and women of the Page County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank Ben “Cooter” Jones and Mrs. Alma for bringing Hazzard Nation to Page County this weekend.

We were very pleased with the event and the smooth operation of a unified command. For the last several months, command staff from the Sheriff’s Office, Page County EMS, Shenandoah Police Department, Virginia State Police, VDOT and Cooter’s Staff met and worked on an operations plan as well as preplanning for events such as weather disasters, active shooter, lost or missing persons and traffic issues. We are happy to report that we had a great weekend with only minor issues.

One incident of a lost 4 year old autistic child was resolved within minutes due to the smooth effectiveness of the plan that was put in place by our staff. He was reunited with his mother in under five minutes of being reported to law enforcement.

We had many folks show their appreciation to us. From a simple “thank you” to bringing us water and buying lunch. Everyone was extremely supportive of our efforts.

Even the artists and their staff shared their appreciation and thankfulness of what we do and for being at the festival. A manager for one of the groups said that she was very impressed with all of the officers on the security detail. She boasted about their professionalism and being so nice. She said that many times they travel to places where officers won’t even communicate with them.

Chris Jackson of the band Confederate Railroad sent the following message to our Facebook Page - “This is Chris Jackson from Confederate Railroad. I was just wanting to tell the Sheriff thank you for sending your officers out yesterday to the show. Wanted to say how professional all of your officers were and how they was willing to help any way they could.”

We would like to say thanks for visiting our local restaurants and businesses. Our community is a great place to visit! We encourage you to come back and visit again! Thanks again for allowing us to be a part of this special event! Check out some of the photos!Wow. What an exciting weekend for Page County! A big thanks to Ben “Cooter” Jones and Alma Viator for bringing Hazzard Nation to the Shenandoah Speedway this weekend! The men and women of the Page County Sheriff’s Office enjoyed working the event and meeting so many supportive people. From the artists, the cast, volunteers, event staff and attendees, all were very supportive of our presence and thankful for our service! We are glad to report there were no incidents to speak of, no traffic issues and the event went smoothly and just as planned. Command Staff from the Sheriff’s Office, Page County Emergency Services Department, Virginia State Police, VDOT and the Shenandoah Police Department collaborated with Cooter’s staff for months ahead of the event, preplanning for disasters, weather events, traffic crashes and congestion, emergency medical events and lost or missing persons.

We had one particular incident where a four year old child with autism went missing. Our missing child protocol was immediately put in to place and the child was found by first responders within minutes and reunited with the mother. Preplanning and coordination made this protocol smooth and effective!

We were told by a stage manager with the artists, that she was very impressed with the professionalism and friendliness of the officers assigned to the security staff. She said that there are many places they travel to that police won’t even speak to them. She said that the security detail was great to work with!

Chris Jackson with the Band Confederate Railroad sent a message saying, “This is Chris Jackson from Confederate Railroad. I was just wanting to tell the Sheriff thank you for sending your officers out yesterday to the show. Wanted to say how professional all of your officers were and how they was willing to help any way they could.”

Staff also assisted with multiple medical emergencies (mainly heat related) and assisted many elderly and handicapped individuals back and forth from the parking area to the festival grounds.

We are thankful for the many people who supported our local restaurants, hotels, businesses and gas stations. This county is fortunate to have events such as this and hope that we can assist with future events. Thanks again for all of the support! Check out a few of the pictures captured this weekend!
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Your presence was obvious, thank you for that it was great experience for me and my wife from PA

Thanks to you all for everything you did. We had a great time at the festival

You all were amazing !! It was a pleasure to of met all of you ! Thank you for protecting us, being kind and keeping everything in order and people safe !!! Kudos to you all !! Stay safe

I was very impressed with all of the police presence at this event.I am from Ontario,Canada and felt completely safe in Luray Virginia. This is my second time to come to a Dukes Event. Plan to come back again. Thank you for a great week end.

Thank you for keeping us safe, had no need to worry and was able to sit back, relax and enjoy the show, stay safe out there! ❤

Yall were amazing and so very nice thank.you for your service

Thank you all for doing such a good job this weekend!

Great pictures, thanks for what everyone did this weekend.

Very nice photos

Thank you all for all you do.so glad everything went smooth.

It's was a great weekend Awsome Job to all that helped out shows were great

Was there both days, I was surprised with all the officers that were there. With all the Dukes shows I've been to I've never once heard of any issues, they are all usually pretty good ol boys! But if there was any trouble, I had no worries. Glad they were there and that everything went smooth. Traffic detail was fabulous. Everyone from the dept seemed very nice. Overall this event was very well planned out. Thank you all for what you do and also to Ben and Mrs Alma for the event and of course everyone who had a hand in it.

When I was in line for an autograph, I saw some of the officers getting a photo and short video with the Mayberry Deputy, very funny! Any chance on them officers sharing that with us Dukes fans??

Thank you for helping me when I was overheated, Sheriff Cubbage.

It was a great time! With all the craziness in the country today, I never felt unsafe one time! Thank you for all you do!

Try posting again. Thank you to all the deputies who served the event and Page County everyday. Was Sheriff Cubbage not pictured helping?

That is great that Page County Law Enforcement, EMT'S, State Police, etc. represented Page County so well...to prepare for the event and be ready for any possible problems and to have thought through beforehand their reaction/s. A dedicated force. So glad that no really big problems and glad the little boy only separated from his mom 5 or so minutes. Kudos again to Page County Sheriff's team. The town officers that helped. The Rescue EMT'S that participated. Everyone involved. Page County needs good exposure like this...drawing people here and they spend money here...helps locale business. They have great time here in the area...love the scenery and friendly atmosphere and people. Go home tell co workers. Tell family. Tell friends. HOPEFULLY they will come visit. (Sorry I rambled and had run on sentences but just had to Praise the people who did a great job ❤)

Good pictures

I was concerned having to travel through Shenandoah both days to get to work, but the officers did a great job keeping traffic moving.

Growing up going to Luray Virginia area I've seen the Luray PD (may have been sheriff's officers) but when they said they respond fast no joking on that one! I seen them respond I guess for a suspicious vehicle and they were like flies on crap (didn't take them long) I thought well wouldn't wanna be in the shoes of whoever screwed up (I was younger).... Even though I never got to meet them thank y'all for your hard work! And keep it up!

Frankly, Page County Sherriff's Office is one of the stars of the show for all the reasons above. Going back to 'Last Stand', it wouldn't be a Luray Cooter's event without you!

WHAT! No Leonidas in the pictures?

Ryan Rakow Rebecca Weigle for your all 😂

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Check out this list of apps that parents should be aware of as the school year approaches. ... See MoreSee Less

Check out this list of apps that parents should be aware of as the school year approaches.

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Thank you! Be safe!

Lynn Renee Anderson

Art taking a break at National Night Out last night! ... See MoreSee Less

Art taking a break at National Night Out last night!

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Hes a pretty dog!

2 weeks ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the men and women of the Rockingham County Sheriff's Office and to the family and friends of Mrs. Raven Morgan.Our hearts are deeply saddened by the loss of Raven Morgan who passed away last night unexpectedly. Raven had been a highly valued member of the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office since 2013. We will never forget her friendly and compassionate demeanor, dedicated service and contagious smile that we were blessed to have with us over the past six years at our Office. Please keep Raven’s family and friends in your thoughts and prayers as well as her extended family here at RCSO during this extremely difficult time. ... See MoreSee Less

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the men and women of the Rockingham County Sheriffs Office and to the family and friends of Mrs. Raven Morgan.

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Prayers for all and the families

Wonderful lady. She will be missed. Prayers for her family and friends.

Prayers for all

Prayers.

God bless

Prayers for her family, friends and co workers. So sad.

Prayers

Prayers for the family

Prayers for the family

Prayers for her family

Sending prayers for all RCSO

RIP , 🙏🙏🙏🙏😪😪😪

Sending prayers.

RIP prayers

Prayers

Prayers 🙏

Thank you

Prayers

🙏🏻

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We are at National Night Out at the Luray Greenway and the Hawksbill Pool In Stanley! Come see us! ... See MoreSee Less

We are at National Night Out at the Luray Greenway and the Hawksbill Pool In Stanley! Come see us!

This weekend is the "Good Ole Boys" Fest at the Shenandoah Speedway. The area of 340 & Precision Drive and 340 in the area of the Speedway is expected to become congested with heavy traffic early on Saturday morning and through the day on Sunday. Local traffic is encouraged to avoid the area if at all possible. Expect significant delays on Saturday and Sunday. ... See MoreSee Less

This weekend is the Good Ole Boys Fest at the Shenandoah Speedway. The area of 340 & Precision Drive and 340 in the area of the Speedway is expected to become congested with heavy traffic early on Saturday morning and through the day on Sunday. Local traffic is encouraged to avoid the area if at all possible. Expect significant delays on Saturday and Sunday.

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James Robertson

Brittany Saville

Melissa Robertson let's all go

3 weeks ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

Another successful Sheriff’s Camp has come to an end! Til next year! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you Chad for all that you have accomplished.

Thank you so much for the opportunities during the week ... Avery had a blast!

Happy Summer!

Thank you all for all you do for these kids!! Bri had a blast and has taken the opportunity to tell everyone all about camp. 😀

Big thanks to the sheriff's department my son had a great time!!

Such a great job Chad and all from the department. This camp could keep maybe one child from going wrong , what a blessing that would be

Thank you guys

Thanks Chad working with the kids is better than locking them up later in life you are doing a great job for our county good luck 🍀 in the election

Thanks you’ll for all you’ll done for the kids this week. 2 of our girls got to go and they loved it !

Awesome job. What a great thing for the kids !!

Thank you guys my child had a wonderful week with you guys

Thank you for all you do for the children

It was a assum week, for every one

Looks like fun.

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3 weeks ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

Day 4 - A day of bowling and a trip to Luray Caverns! ... See MoreSee Less

Day 4 - A day of bowling and a trip to Luray Caverns!Image attachmentImage attachment

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Awesome,fun times and kids love it!

Lots of smiles! Keep posting.

Great camp for the kids

What fun for everyone!

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS EXTENDED SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
WATCH 547 TO INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING AREAS UNTIL 9 PM EDT THIS
EVENING

IN VIRGINIA THIS WATCH INCLUDES 17 COUNTIES

IN CENTRAL VIRGINIA

ALBEMARLE CITY OF CHARLOTTESVILLE
GREENE

IN NORTHERN VIRGINIA

LOUDOUN

IN NORTHWEST VIRGINIA

CITY OF WINCHESTER CLARKE FREDERICK
MADISON PAGE RAPPAHANNOCK
SHENANDOAH WARREN

IN WESTERN VIRGINIA

AUGUSTA CITY OF HARRISONBURG CITY OF STAUNTON
CITY OF WAYNESBORO ROCKINGHAM

THIS INCLUDES THE CITIES OF BERRYVILLE, CHARLOTTESVILLE, CROZET,
FRONT ROYAL, HARRISONBURG, HARRISONBURG, LEESBURG, LURAY,
MADISON, SHENANDOAH, STANARDSVILLE, STANLEY, STAUNTON, STAUNTON,
STERLING, STRASBURG, WASHINGTON, WAYNESBORO, WAYNESBORO,
WINCHESTER, WINCHESTER, AND WOODSTOCK.
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🙁 Do Not Want.

3 weeks ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

Day 3 - Special thanks to all of our sponsors who make Sheriff’s Camp happen every year! ... See MoreSee Less

Check out these upcoming PACA sponsored events! ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

Breakfast, Ropes Course and Slurpees all around on Day 2! ... See MoreSee Less

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Love this thank you

Looks fun😎😎😎

Love this!

Looks like they are having a blast!

Looks like they are having fun.

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3 weeks ago

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Good picture! Thank you for sharing! Be safe!

Beautiful!!

Beautiful

Aww they are beautiful

Where was this

Cate Mitchell, they're everywhere here too

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Day 1 of Sheriff’s Camp - Yogi and BooBoo decides to pay a visit! ... See MoreSee Less

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What r the campers ages for this

Cassey L Whiteside

Cassey L Whiteside James Whiteside

Patty Secrist 😂

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Summer Youth Camp 2019 has begun!

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Have a great week and be safe. Praying for you guys

Have a great time and be safe

Have a great week guys and gals!!!

Have a great time

Have fun be safe

Have fun

Megan McCoy

Looking forward to seeing you all this week, have fun!

enjoy

Jenny Rae Bracken

Make good memories!

Can't wait to see you all Tues

Excellent. Keep posting!

Awesome group

Prayers for a safe week

Kenneth Boyd Lindsey Hunsberger Kelly Butler

AMEN!

Have fun Kayli Pennington!

Prayers for a safe and fun time....

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The National Weather Service in Sterling Virginia has issued a Flash Flood Watch for Page County and surrounding areas.

* Flash Flood Watch to include portions of western Maryland,
Virginia, and eastern West Virginia, including the following
areas, in western Maryland, Central and Eastern Allegany and
Extreme Western Allegany. In Virginia, Augusta, Central
Virginia Blue Ridge, Culpeper, Eastern Highland, Greene,
Madison, Northern Fauquier, Northern Virginia Blue Ridge,
Page, Rappahannock, Rockingham, Shenandoah, Southern Fauquier,
Warren, and Western Highland. In eastern West Virginia,
Eastern Grant, Eastern Mineral, Eastern Pendleton, Hampshire,
Hardy, Western Grant, Western Mineral, and Western Pendleton.

* From noon EDT today through late tonight

* Multiple rounds of showers and thunderstorms capable of
producing heavy rainfall are likely. Areal average rainfall of 1
to 2 inches is expected, with isolated totals of 4 inches
possible. Much of this rain may fall in short periods of time in
any one given location, resulting in the risk for flash flooding
this afternoon into tonight.
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****CALLING ALL ANIMAL LOVERS***

From the Page County Animal Shelter -

WE NEED FOOD IMMEDIATELY!!!!!

We are almost to our last bags of cat and dog food!!!!

We are asking the community for donations of Purina Dog Chow (Green bag) and
Purina Cat Chow (Blue Bag).

Any size bag would be greatly appreciated!

Our hours for donation deliveries are
Monday-Friday: 9-5 (Closed 12-1 for lunch)
Saturday: 9-12
Sunday: CLOSED

**With not everyone able to come to the shelter with donations, our address is

1261 Goodrich Road,
Stanley, VA 22851

Thank you all so much for your support!!!**
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We were out of town this weekend and when we returned I saw the “donations received” post first from the shelter! Gotta say this town and its folks make me proud to live in Page County♥️🐾 God Bless!

I'll donate has well

Done ✅ sent via Amazon

Passed on!

Ill def be donating!!

Dana Knight

If anyone is interested amazon has 57 pound bags w free shipping for 25.80. www.amazon.com/Purina-Complete-Adult-Chicken-CHICKEN/dp/B07913DNPW/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?keywords=purina...

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The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning, which is in effect from 11 AM to 9 PM EDT Saturday.

* HEAT INDEX VALUES...Up to 108 due to temperatures in the upper
90s, and dewpoints in the lower 70s.

* IMPACTS...The heat and humidity may cause heat stress during
outdoor exertion or extended exposure.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

An Excessive Heat Warning means that a prolonged period of dangerously high temperatures will occur. The combination of
extreme temperatures and high humidity will create a dangerous situation in which heat illnesses are expected. Check in on relatives and neighbors.
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Thank you for sharing. Stay safe out there.

1 month ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

Update from the owner - He's little dirty, but Tanner is back home.

A guy found him in a field off Sandy Hook Rd.

Thanks again for the post and helping to get the word out!
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So happy! Yay

Yay, so glad...

So proud he’s home ❤️👌

Great

Great news. Have been on lookout for him on Woodland Pk.

Hooray!👍❤

Awesome

He's home! Yay!

Glad your fur baby has been found 😀 Been keeping an eye out for him on Old Forge Rd

So glad he is home

Yay!!!!!

Robin Henry he's been found

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The National Weather Service in Baltimore MD/Washington has
issued a Heat Advisory, which is in effect from 11 AM to 9 PM EDT
Friday.

* HEAT INDEX VALUES...100 to 104 degrees on Friday due to
temperatures in middle to upper 90s and dewpoints in the upper
60s to lower 70s.

* IMPACTS...Dangerously high temperatures and humidity could
quickly cause heat stress or heat stroke if precautions are
not taken.
A Heat Advisory means that a period of high temperatures is
expected. The combination of high temperatures and high humidity
will create a situation in which heat illnesses are possible.

Take extra precautions if you work or spend time outside. When
possible, reschedule strenuous activities to early morning or
evening. Know the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat
stroke. Wear light weight and loose fitting clothing when
possible and drink plenty of water.

To reduce risk during outdoor work, the Occupational Safety and
Health Administration recommends scheduling frequent rest breaks
in shaded or air conditioned environments. Anyone overcome by
heat should be moved to a cool and shaded location. Heat stroke
is an emergency - call 911.
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Yes this is serious my uncle Jimmy had a heat stroke when he was a kid parking cars at the caverns some almost 6o years ago ,it was hot close to upper ninties 100 degrees, went it had already taken effect ,almost killed him ,it messed his nervous system completely up, I seen what it did, alot of ya probably knew or know him ,Jimmy Moyer ,He worked at the hospital ,janitor ,if you dont think heat can kill you ,or mess you up ,Look what it did to my uncle ,Jim's a humble person to .So everyone in the heat drink plenty of water stay away from caffeine if you can when out working in it ,be safe ,this post is for all of us what the heat can do when we take it for granted ,Lord bless and use common sense next couple days.

Update from the owner - He's little dirty, but Tanner is back home.

A guy found him in a field off Sandy Hook Rd.

Thanks again for the post and helping to get the word out!
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Update from the owner - Hes little dirty, but Tanner is back home.

A guy found him in a field off Sandy Hook Rd.

Thanks again for the post and helping to get the word out!

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Great!! Poor baby

Thanks to Page County SO for posting and everyone else for sharing, it's greatly appreciated!

Yay, Ray Drutis! So happy to hear Tanner is home! 🤗

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"Near Luray" where?

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Good morning. The following is a briefing from the National Weather Service Baltimore/Washington as of 6:00 AM Thu, Jul 18th 2019:

Threats: Excessive heat, possible severe weather and flooding

Location & timing:
For heat, most of the area Friday through the weekend (except for the ridges in the Allegheny and Potomac Highlands). The highest heat indices are expected along and east of the I-95 corridor.

-For potential severe weather and flooding, the entire area late Sunday into Monday
Overview and Impacts:

· Dangerous heat indices are expected Friday through Sunday with the highest heat indices expected Saturday and Sunday. An Excessive Heat Watch has been issued for the Washington and Baltimore Metropolitan areas, most of Maryland, northern Virginia and the eastern Panhandle of West Virginia for late Friday morning through Sunday evening.

· Heat indices around 100 to 115 degrees are likely across most of the area, with the highest values near and east of Interstate 95. The hottest days are likely to be Saturday and Sunday. Heat indices may hold in the 80s and 90s each night as well, especially for Washington DC and Baltimore metro. If the prolonged heat and humidity are realized, it will become a significant threat to anyone exposed to the heat for an extended period of time.

· Heat indices will likely only fall to 80 to 90 overnight Friday night and Saturday night, enhancing the threat for heat related illnesses

· A cold front will start dropping into the area late Sunday into Monday, bringing significant relief to the heat in the form of showers and thunderstorms which may be accompanied by damaging wind gusts or flooding.
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Thank you for sharing.

Please ask people to keep there pets in also 👍

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Please everyone bring your pets in they can't help themselves 😭

People stay smart. Stay out of the heat ad much as possible. Keep your pets inside, and if they are outside pets, please keep them in shade and with plenty of fresh water

Great reminder. Thanks

I think Friday’s temp is off a little for Harrisonburg. WHSV says the actual temp will be 97 but feel like over 100

Are you cooling off your horse and how are the chickens handling all this

Dangerous to even be out in that kind of weather and I’m going home to it and I think I just wrote you to tell you that our heat pumps can’t handle the heat like that stay safe

Just rode my bike to town to get some food and sunscreen. Was not too bad, except for my perisable foods.

Not good stuffy now

Please do 🥵

Laurie Fowler

Whitney Dean

Wow

Isaiah Alger

Kisha Tolliver the temperature is rising 🥵🥵🥵

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Special Weather Alert -

Threats: Dangerous heat and humidity, isolated threat for severe thunderstorms and flooding.

Timing:
· Heat Wednesday through Sunday. Dangerous heat and humidity is most likely Friday through Sunday.
· A few thunderstorms may become capable of producing locally damaging wind gusts or isolated instances of flooding Wednesday and Thursday.

Overview and Impacts:
· A warm front will lift north of the area today, resulting in increasing heat and humidity; heat index values of 100 to 105 are likely Wednesday, and are possible Thursday.
· The remnants of Tropical Cyclone Barry will bring increasing moisture Wednesday and Thursday. This increasing moisture may fuel thunderstorms capable of producing a few damaging wind gusts or isolated instances of flooding, particularly Wednesday afternoon and evening.
· Dangerous heat and humidity are becoming increasingly likely for Friday through Sunday. Heat indices around 105 to 115 degrees are possible each afternoon and early evening. Heat indices may hold in the 80s and 90s at night (especially near and east of Interstate 95). If the prolonged heat and humidity are realized, it will become a significant threat to anyone exposed to the heat for an extended period of time.
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Thank you for sharing.

Important to keep eyes out for kiddos and animals left in cars or outside unattended. Thank you for keeping us safe. ❤️

Get your supply of food and water be careful cousin and watch uncle while auntie in Alaska

Thanks for letting us know

Megan Parietti we may want to cook out Thursday!

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1 month ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

Max has been found!**** UPDATE ****

Max has been found and has been reunited with his owners. It has been reported to us that he is ok but weak. Thanks for all of the shares!

This is Max. He was vacationing with his family on Skyline Drive and now Max is missing. He was last seen in the area of the Skyland Lodge on the Skyline Drive. He was wearing a blue collar with tags. He is an elderly dog and an emotional support dog for the owner. If any one sees or comes in contact with Max, please call (703)400-9583 or (202)390-4741. (This was posted at the request of staff at Skyland Lodge.)
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Awesome! I hope hes in good shape?

Yayyy! So happy your home with your family.

Praise the Lord! Wonderful news!❤

Yay, so happy for all..

So happy you have Max with his family!

Awww that's awesome 😍

Wonderful news!

So glad!!!!

Best news EVER !! 💛

Yay

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Threats: Excessive heat, isolated severe thunderstorms and flooding
Timing:
· Heat peaks Wednesday, and again Friday into Saturday
· A few thunderstorms may become capable of producing locally damaging wind gusts or isolated instances of flooding Wednesday into Thursday
Overview and Impacts:
· A warm front will lift north of the area Tuesday, resulting in increasing heat and humidity; the heat is expected to peak Wednesday, when heat index values of 100 to 105 are likely.
· The remnants of Tropical Cyclone Barry will bring increasing moisture Wednesday into Thursday. This increasing moisture may fuel thunderstorms capable of producing a few damaging wind gusts or isolated instances of flooding.
· Heat and humidity will increase again, with a second peak likely Friday into Saturday; heat index values of 100 to 110 are likely during this time.
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Threats: Excessive heat, isolated severe thunderstorms and flooding
Timing:
·  Heat peaks Wednesday, and again Friday into Saturday
·  A few thunderstorms may become capable of producing locally damaging wind gusts or isolated instances of flooding Wednesday into Thursday
Overview and Impacts:
·  A warm front will lift north of the area Tuesday, resulting in increasing heat and humidity; the heat is expected to peak Wednesday, when heat index values of 100 to 105 are likely.
·  The remnants of Tropical Cyclone Barry will bring increasing moisture Wednesday into Thursday. This increasing moisture may fuel thunderstorms capable of producing a few damaging wind gusts or isolated instances of flooding.
·  Heat and humidity will increase again, with a second peak likely Friday into Saturday; heat index values of 100 to 110 are likely during this time.

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Thank you for the information

Thank you for sharing.Have a safe day.

That’s awesome. I can put my winter coat away !

Glad for this to be over. Come on fall

Please people watch out for our poor little furry friends 🐕🐈🐩🐱 please make sure they can get shade and cool water. ♥️

Tammy Dean Ponn

Tammy Wood

Pam Ancheta

Kristin Ballester we need to show Mo

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***** Car Vandalism UPDATE *****

Through a joint investigation with the Page County Sheriff's Office, Luray Police Department and the Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office, suspects in the rash of vehicle vandalisms have been identified and charges are pending. Thanks to the Woodstock Police Department for their assistance in this case as well.
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Good job

Awesome! Thank you for keeping our community safe

Excellent work!! Thanks for continued efforts from our Sheriffs Dept. and all other Law enforcement officers in keeping our city ,county , state businesses & residents safe!!

Thanks Great job!!

Thanks to all local police departments and VSP for keeping our communities safe!

You are doing a great job!!

Great work!!!

Always glad to reach across the mountain to help!

Fantastic!! Job well done. Thank you LEO’s for all you do.

Great work

Good job.

Good job! 👍🏻

So glad to know they have been identified.

Excellent police work!

Great job!

Great job

Great job!

Great job!

Awesome job Page County Sheriff’s Office🚓

Great Job !!!

Great job

Great Job; 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

Great job!!!👏👏👏👏

Great job 👍

Good!

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Learn about recent scams and how to recognize the warning signs. Read the FTC’s most recent alerts or browse scams by topic at this link - www.consumer.ftc.gov/features/scam-alerts.

Remember that scammers are always trying to get your money!
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Learn about recent scams and how to recognize the warning signs. Read the FTC’s most recent alerts or browse scams by topic at this link - www.consumer.ftc.gov/features/scam-alerts.

Remember that scammers are always trying to get your money!

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That's nice what about house phones? Once they start I get around 6 calls one right after another. It's always the same thing over again, I'm so sick of it.If I want anything I'll call and get It myself

FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 PM EDT THIS EVENING...

The National Weather Service in Sterling Virginia has expanded
the

* Flash Flood Watch to include portions of Virginia and eastern
West Virginia, including the following areas, in Virginia,
Augusta, Clarke, Eastern Highland, Frederick VA, Page,
Rockingham, Shenandoah, Warren, and Western Highland. In
eastern West Virginia, Eastern Grant, Eastern Mineral, Eastern
Pendleton, Hampshire, Hardy, Western Grant, and Western
Pendleton.

* Until 8 PM EDT this evening

* Showers and thunderstorms are expected this afternoon and
evening. Torrential rainfall may lead to totals exceeding 2
inches in a short period of time. This may cause flash
flooding of small streams and other poor drainage urban areas.
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Thank you for your service! Be safe! Grateful to be retired in the mid Atlantic area!

So tired of rain

Of course

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Traffic Advisory!

Multiple vehicles across the county were vandalized last night to include broken windows and tires being slashed. If anyone has any information on the vandalism of the vehicles, please contact the Page County Sheriff's Office at 540-743-6571. Thanks! ... See MoreSee Less

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More security cameras can help catch people who choose to break the law. It may not stop them, but it will certainly help convict them.

We have a place in Luray. Is there a specific area where this happened?

Where? Or at least... The general areas?

Carrie Zimmerman

Cody Painter

Mario Retrosi

April Good Mike Cook here’s about your truck!

Christian Judd Randall Felicia Long here it is again, this is crazy!😶

Disrespectful punks

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1 month ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

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**** UPDATE ****

Max has been found and has been reunited with his owners. It has been reported to us that he is ok but weak. Thanks for all of the shares!

This is Max. He was vacationing with his family on Skyline Drive and now Max is missing. He was last seen in the area of the Skyland Lodge on the Skyline Drive. He was wearing a blue collar with tags. He is an elderly dog and an emotional support dog for the owner. If any one sees or comes in contact with Max, please call (703)400-9583 or (202)390-4741. (This was posted at the request of staff at Skyland Lodge.)
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**** UPDATE ****

Max has been found and has been reunited with his owners. It has been reported to us that he is ok but weak. Thanks for all of the shares! 

This is Max. He was vacationing with his family on Skyline Drive and now Max is missing. He was last seen in the area of the Skyland Lodge on the Skyline Drive. He was wearing a blue collar with tags. He is an elderly dog and an emotional support dog for the owner. If any one sees or comes in contact with Max, please call (703)400-9583 or (202)390-4741.   (This was posted at the request of staff at Skyland Lodge.)Image attachment

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So happy for Max and his family!

Praying for sweet Max to be reunited with his family. Dear Jesus, please lead this boy into the arms of his family and keep him safe and those that are looking for him. Amen!

Prayers that he will be found

Shared in Charlottesville, Virginia. Prayers Max is found safe.

Prayers he is found safe!

Please keep us updated. Prayers he is found safe.

Will keep Max in prayers and his owners that he will be safely returned.

Praying for a safe return.

Praying that he is found quickly and returned to his owner! 🐾🙏

So. Happy

Is there an update on this doggie? Has he been found?

Shared, I hope this baby finds his way back! He looks like a real sweetheart!! ❤️😪

So happy

Here Is the latest update that I got from the owner...He hasn’t been found, but he’s been sighted all week. He is somewhere in the woods between the two Skyland entrances. It’s still a big area. He’s in survival mode and is afraid of people. He runs when people call his name. Please don’t call his name or chase him if you see him. Today is day 8. We sit and wait at his known locations, but still no luck. Driving by isn’t enough. Some yummy treats would be great. Thanks for all the concern..both the daughter and her saw him at a distance on Friday -- NEAR THE LODGE. Because Max is in survival mode, and still near the lodge he is scared...

Yay! 😊

Yay! 😊

Call Full Tilt Tracking. Lisa Parker Jones and K9 Ruger are amazing!

I'll be hiking in that area tomorrow and will keep an eye out for Max.

🙏🙏🙏❤️❤️❤️

Max has been found today Monday a little weak and dehydrated but okay

He is found

I guess he was not leashed?

This is Central Virginia

Poor baby

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FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT THROUGH LATE TONIGHT...

The National Weather Service in Sterling Virginia has expanded
the

* Flash Flood Watch to include portions of western Maryland,
northwest Virginia, and West Virginia, including the following
areas, in western Maryland, Central and Eastern Allegany and
Extreme Western Allegany. In northwest Virginia, Frederick VA,
Madison, Northern Virginia Blue Ridge, Page, Rappahannock,
Shenandoah, and Warren. In West Virginia, Eastern Grant,
Eastern Mineral, Hampshire, Hardy, Morgan, Western Grant, and
Western Mineral.

* Through late tonight

* Slow moving showers and thunderstorms are expected this
afternoon and tonight. Torrential rainfall may lead to totals
exceeding 2 inches in a short period of time. This may cause
flash flooding of small streams and other poor drainage urban
areas.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.

You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action
should Flash Flood Warnings be issued.
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Thank you for sharing

Thanks praying

Prayers

The National Weather Service in Sterling Virginia has issued a

* Flash Flood Watch for portions of western Maryland, Virginia,
and eastern West Virginia, including the following areas, in
western Maryland, Central and Eastern Allegany and Extreme
Western Allegany. In Virginia, Augusta, Central Virginia Blue
Ridge, Eastern Highland, Nelson, Page, Rockingham, Shenandoah,
and Western Highland. In eastern West Virginia, Eastern Grant,
Eastern Mineral, Eastern Pendleton, Hampshire, Hardy, Western
Grant, Western Mineral, and Western Pendleton.

* From 2 PM EDT this afternoon through this evening

* Slow moving showers and thunderstorms are expected this
afternoon into this evening. Torrential rainfall may lead to
totals exceeding 2 inches in a short period of time. This may
cause flash flooding of small streams and other poor drainage
urban areas.
A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.

You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action
should Flash Flood Warnings be issued.
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Thank you so much and I am very blessed. Thank you for your protection of our county and qll you do to keep us safe.

Wow. GLAD TO BE A TOP FAN..IT'S A HONOR..GREAT SHERRIFF DEPARTMENT. ...HERE IN PAGE COUNTY..GOD BLESS AND PROTECT YOU ALL...

Thank you all very much.And God protect and bless you all for what you do every day.

******** Per Warren County the 2 year old has been returned safe! Jashar R. Ashby, 21 is still wanted. ***********

Virginia #AMBERAlert ACTIVATION: The Warren County Sheriff's Office has requested an AMBER Alert activation for an abducted 2-year-old male.

Raequon Alan Ashby, 2,is a white male with curly, brown hair and blue eyes. He is 1'9 in height and weighs 25 lbs. He was last seen wearing a light-blue "Paw Patrol" shirt with a dark collar and red/black light-up "Paw Patrol" shoes.

He was abducted by Jashar R. Ashby, 21. Ashby is a black male with brown eyes and blond dreadlocks. He is 5'10 in height and weighs 130 lbs. He was last seen wearing a purple camouflage shirt.

The suspect's vehicle, a red 2008 Chrysler Town and Country minivan with Virginia license plate: VTR 8376, was recovered abandoned overnight at a Warren County boat ramp. The suspect was last seen the afternoon of July 3, 2019 in the 100 block of Park Way in Front Royal, Va.

Anyone with information concerning the child or the adult Ashby should immediately call 911 or the Warren County Sheriff's Office at 540-635-4128 or #77 on a cell.

Virginia Department of Transportation Public Safety Virginia Front Royal, Virginia Town of Front Royal, Virginia Front Royal Police Department
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******** Per Warren County the 2 year old has been returned safe! Jashar R. Ashby, 21 is still wanted. ***********

Virginia #AMBERAlert ACTIVATION: The Warren County Sheriffs Office has requested an AMBER Alert activation for an abducted 2-year-old male. 

Raequon Alan Ashby, 2,is a white male with curly, brown hair and blue eyes. He is 19 in height and weighs 25 lbs. He was last seen wearing a light-blue Paw Patrol shirt with a dark collar and red/black light-up Paw Patrol shoes. 

He was abducted by Jashar R. Ashby, 21. Ashby is a black male with brown eyes and blond dreadlocks. He is 510 in height and weighs 130 lbs. He was last seen wearing a purple camouflage shirt. 

The suspects vehicle, a red 2008 Chrysler Town and Country minivan with Virginia license plate: VTR 8376, was recovered abandoned overnight at a Warren County boat ramp. The suspect was last seen the afternoon of July 3, 2019 in the 100 block of Park Way in Front Royal, Va. 

Anyone with information concerning the child or the adult Ashby should immediately call 911 or the Warren County Sheriffs Office at 540-635-4128 or #77 on a cell. 

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So glad this had a happy ending!

Praying for a safe return 🙏🙏🙏 Also they find this man 🙏🙏🙏

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Wishing you and your family a safe and blessed weekend! Happy Independence Day!

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and a safe day for all of you

To our Officers and your families - I hope you have time to enjoy the festivities and when you are working to keep us safe, please be safer!

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The following is a briefing from the National Weather Service Baltimore/Washington as of 3:00 PM Monday, July 1st 2019:
Threats: Scattered thunderstorms with the isolated threat for damaging wind gusts and large hail. Isolated threat for flooding from heavy rain. Heat indices approaching 105 degrees east of the Blue Ridge and 100 degrees west of the Blue Ridge.
Timing: Tuesday through Saturday, mainly during the afternoon and evening hours each day (July 2nd through the 6th).

Overview and Impacts:
• A west to southwest flow around high pressure over the Atlantic will usher in hot and humid conditions.
• Heat and humidity may combine to result in heat indices near 105 degrees east of the Blue Ridge, and near 100 degrees west of the Blue Ridge.
• The heat and humidity may also result in scattered thunderstorms each day, especially during the afternoon and evening hours.
• There is an isolated threat for locally damaging wind gusts and large hail. Heavy rainfall may also lead to localized flooding, especially Thursday through Saturday when moisture will be deeper.
• Confidence in exact timing and details remains uncertain at this time, but it does appear the thunderstorm coverage will be higher Thursday through Saturday when compared to Tuesday and Wednesday.
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⛈☔⛈ Thank you for the weather update. ⛈☔⛈

Thank you for sharing.

The Page County Sheriff's Office is preparing for the "Good Ol' Boys Fest" at the Shenandoah Speedway on August 10 & 11. Please see the traffic advisory for local traffic to avoid the anticipated congestion and delays of 340 near and around the speedway. ... See MoreSee Less

The Page County Sheriffs Office is preparing for the Good Ol Boys Fest at the Shenandoah Speedway on August 10 & 11. Please see the traffic advisory for local traffic to avoid the anticipated congestion and delays of 340 near and around the speedway.

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Already posted to our meander shenandoah Page.

Just saying.lots of narrow crooked roads involved here

Last year in Virginia, 126 people were killed and 13,700 people were injured in distracted driving crashes. Think about that for a moment; that’s 126 people who won’t be celebrating Fourth of July with their families this year. Instead, there’ll be an empty seat at the table. A text isn’t worth your life or someone else’s. VirginiaDMV @AAAVANEWS #DontDriveIntexticated take the pledge. ... See MoreSee Less

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I am truly amazed at how many people I see daily texting whilst driving. And they don’t even care. So many times they are driving erratically.

People should lose their drivers licences if they text while driving! law way too lenient and needs to be a lot tougher! No excuse at all for texting and driving!!

Good message.

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Inmates with the work crew stand behind the first harvest from the inmate garden. A great job to the guys who have worked so hard at the garden!

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Great job guys...

Good job guys

Nice! Great job guys!

Great program good job guy s !

Awesome great job God bless

Beautiful! Great job, folks!

Great job looks good!

Awesome job. Many blessings

Great job!

EXCELLENT PROGRAM! EXCELLENT JOB!

Nice job guys. Vegtables look great.

Great work it looks great

Great job, looks wonderful☺

Wow! Beautiful job, guys!

Beautiful harvest. Great job.

Great Job...

Great job looks good

Good job ! Vegs looks great !

Time put to good use. Great job guys!

Great job guys...

Awesome looking, what a haul.

That is awesome and veggies look beautiful

A great Gods bounty. Great job they should be proud!

Absolutely wonderful job..!!!

That is awesome good job

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Page County is under going real estate re-assessments. Several vehicles will be traveling through the county with individuals conducting the re-assessments. These magnetic signs are on the vehicles that are conducting appraisals. You may see these vehicles on or near your property, or sitting along the roadways. The individuals conducting the assessments should be displaying the proper credentials from the County of Page. ... See MoreSee Less

Page County is under going real estate re-assessments. Several vehicles will be traveling through the county with individuals conducting the re-assessments. These magnetic signs are on the vehicles that are conducting appraisals. You may see these vehicles on or near your property, or sitting along the roadways. The individuals conducting the assessments should be displaying the proper credentials from the County of Page.

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Wonderful i havent figured a way to pay for the June ones. So happy the December ones are gonna be higher

Oh my Goodness Page County is already overpriced! Totally unreal!!! If you come to Shenandoah that part of Page county there is nothing here! We pay so much more than any other counties and for what nothing! Can’t wait to move out of Page like the other smart people that have already!

Please advise them to make their presence known to the homeowner before entering the property. Specifically gated yards where children or dogs may be out.

Keep the tourists entertained at the cost of the citizens.

GREAT! get to pay more taxes! Hope more people move to Page County from out of area soon so officials can raise taxes again get fat off them. While locals can't find jobs to pay taxes or difficult to do so and turn to more drugs. Again "Let them eat cake mentality of Page County! When does the price of anything stay the same or go down? Our pay isn't going up to pay for new taxes!

Has it been that long since the last assessment?! Gee.

Here we go again!

Great

There's ya new bridge!!!

Thats dam sure and I told them that 2..Just raised the dam taxes...

They get you two ways. Increased assessments. Increase in tax rates.

Great as if page County doesn’t already rip off it’s residents with it’s outrageous taxes

Less government, less taxes, more personal freedom.

Jeez here we go again.

Taxed to death now!

I don’t live in town limits but those of you that do are getting the ROYAL screw

Bend over and grab the ankles!!!

Target practice time

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*** Update ***

Tammy Turner has been safely located.
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Thank goodness!

Thank you Lord

Thank the Lord!!

Thank the lord

Praise God! He gets the glory!

Thank God!

Thank god

Praise the the Lord!!! Good News

AWESOME news

So glad she was found safe

Glad she's safe!!

Awesome

Amen!!

Awesome

You should update the initial post or else it’ll be shared for infinity. Update: They did. Thanks! 🙂

Amen

Thank you PCSO We will remove her photo and information as well mark her found safe at National Center For Missing and Endangered, Inc.

Where was she at

Danita

Tiffany Renae Hilliards

Jessica Marie Braxton

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*** Update ***

Jessica Good was arrested last night and is in custody. Thanks for all of the tips!
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Praise the Lord!!! I believe it was peaceful. We have to continue praying for her she get the help she need. Thank God for protecting her.

Update the original post too.

I hope the kids are safe! And nice job page co. Sheriff

Sad for her kids 🙁 Wishing the best for them <3

I'm glad the kids are safe and they got Jessica! Give her the help she needs! Great job Page County Sheriff's Office! 💗

Way to go.

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***Missing Endangered Update***

Chloe Good and Reed Higgs have been located and are safe. However, Jessica Higgs Good is still wanted.
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Thanks for the update. Dear God be with this young mother and let her know there is hope even in bad situations. I pray for peaceful surrender in Jesus Name.

Thank GOD! Whew!

Thank you Jesus

Thank you Jesus!🙏🏻

Glad that the kids are safe, hope their mom is also. Please turn yourself in you have people who are here for you.

At least the kids are safe!!!!

Mario Retrosi

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2 months ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

The Page County Sheriff's Office was awarded their 4th Re-Accreditation in 2019. The department underwent assessment January 14 - 16, 2019. The Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission spent 3 days at the department, reviewing policy and corresponding proofs of compliance with policy, touring the various PCSO facilities, a ride-a-long with a deputy, evidence room inspections and attending the static display. Evidence items were inspected to insure compliance with policy and to ensure that evidence is secured, logged and packaged in a manner consistent with the regulations of the VLEPSC. Over 190 files, administrative, operational and training files, were reviewed and the assessors found that all 190 files were in compliance.
In the review letter, the lead assessor wrote "The agency was thoroughly prepared for this assessment. It was apparent that they had worked hard to prepare their personnel and present a professional image. The Page County Sheriff and his staff were very professional and excellent hosts. We interacted with a large number of their employees. Each one of them demonstrated a high level of job knowledge, competence and job satisfaction. I wish to thank them for their efforts to make us productive and comfortable. When questions arose, they were quickly and professionally addressed by the accreditation manager and other members of the agency. The agency is obviously very interactive in the community. They consistently demonstrated a real concern for effectiveness. We found that the entire agency, but Sheriff Cubbage in particular, to be clearly committed to highest levels of professional conduct and accountability. Page County should be proud of their accomplishments."

So what is accreditation?

The Commission's goals include the following: To increase the effectiveness and efficiency of law enforcement agencies in the Commonwealth through the delivery of services; To promote cooperation among all components in the criminal justice system; To ensure the appropriate level of training for law enforcement personnel; To promote public confidence in law enforcement; and To promote the professionalism of law enforcement agencies in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
TO THE COMMUNITY:

Accreditation increases the law enforcement agency’s ability to prevent and control crime through more effective and efficient delivery of law enforcement services to the community it serves. Accreditation enhances community understanding of the law enforcement agency and its role in the community as well as its goals and objectives. Citizen confidence in the policies and practices of the agency is increased. Accreditation, in conjunction with the philosophy of community policing, commits the agency to a broad range of programs (such as crime prevention) that directly benefit the public. Accreditation creates a forum in which police and citizens work together to control and prevent crime. This partnership will help citizens to understand the challenges that confront law enforcement. Law enforcement will, in turn, receive clear direction from the community about its expectations. Thus, a common set of goals and objectives will be arrived at and implemented.

TO THE CHIEF OR SHERIFF:

Increases cooperation and coordination with other law enforcement agencies and other branches of the criminal justice system. The accreditation process requires an in-depth review of every aspect of the agency’s organization, management, operations, and administration to include:
• establishment of agency goals and objectives with provisions for periodic updating;
• re-evaluation of whether agency resources are being used in accord with agency goals, objectives, and mission;
• re-evaluation of agency policies and procedures, especially as documented in the agency’s written directive system;
• correction of internal deficiencies and inefficiencies before they become public problems;
• the opportunity to re-organize without the appearance of personal attacks.
The accreditation standards provide norms against which agency performance can be measured and monitored over time. Accreditation provides the agency with a continuous flow of Commission distributed information about exemplary policies, procedures, and projects. Accreditation provides objective measures to justify decisions related to budget requests and personnel policies. Accreditation serves as a yardstick to measure the effectiveness of the agency’s programs and services. The services provided are defined, and uniformity of service is assured. Accreditation streamlines operations, providing more consistency and more effective deployment of agency manpower.

TO THE OFFICERS:

Accreditation requires that agency policies and procedures are in written form and are available to all agency personnel at all times. Accreditation assures employees that every aspect of the agency’s personnel system is in accord with professional standards, and that the system is both fair and equitable. The agency is compelled to operate within specific guidelines. It is accountable to the Commission. The agency must stay in compliance with the standards set forth by the Commission in order to retain its accreditation. The morale of the agency is enhanced by increasing the employees’ confidence in the effectiveness and efficiency of their own agency. Operations become more streamlined and consistent. Accreditation policies address officer safety issues and provide for adequate training and equipment of the officers. Accreditation is a coveted award that symbolizes professionalism, excellence, and competence. Employees will take pride in their agency, knowing that it represents the very best in law enforcement.

Sheriff Cubbage wishes to extend his thanks to his staff and the accreditation team that worked very hard to reach this great achievement!The Page County Sheriff's Office was awarded their 4th Re-Accreditation in 2019. The department underwent assessment January 14 - 16, 2019. The Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission spent 3 days at the department, reviewing policy and corresponding proofs of compliance with policy, touring the various PCSO facilities, a ride-a-long with a deputy, evidence room inspections and attending the static display. Evidence items were inspected to insure compliance with policy and to ensure that evidence is secured, logged and packaged in a manner consistent with the regulations of the VLEPSC. Over 190 files, administrative, operational and training files, were reviewed and the assessors found that all 190 files were in compliance.
In the review letter, the lead assessor wrote "The agency was thoroughly prepared for this assessment. It was apparent that they had worked hard to prepare their personnel and present a professional image. The Page County Sheriff and his staff were very professional and excellent hosts. We interacted with a large number of their employees. Each one of them demonstrated a high level of job knowledge, competence and job satisfaction. I wish to thank them for their efforts to make us productive and comfortable. When questions arose, they were quickly and professionally addressed by the accreditation manager and other members of the agency. The agency is obviously very interactive in the community. They consistently demonstrated a real concern for effectiveness. We found that the entire agency, but Sheriff Cubbage in particular, to be clearly committed to highest levels of professional conduct and accountability. Page County should be proud of their accomplishments."

So what is accreditation?

The Commission's goals include the following: To increase the effectiveness and efficiency of law enforcement agencies in the Commonwealth through the delivery of services; To promote cooperation among all components in the criminal justice system; To ensure the appropriate level of training for law enforcement personnel; To promote public confidence in law enforcement; and To promote the professionalism of law enforcement agencies in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
TO THE COMMUNITY:

Accreditation increases the law enforcement agency’s ability to prevent and control crime through more effective and efficient delivery of law enforcement services to the community it serves. Accreditation enhances community understanding of the law enforcement agency and its role in the community as well as its goals and objectives. Citizen confidence in the policies and practices of the agency is increased. Accreditation, in conjunction with the philosophy of community policing, commits the agency to a broad range of programs (such as crime prevention) that directly benefit the public. Accreditation creates a forum in which police and citizens work together to control and prevent crime. This partnership will help citizens to understand the challenges that confront law enforcement. Law enforcement will, in turn, receive clear direction from the community about its expectations. Thus, a common set of goals and objectives will be arrived at and implemented.

TO THE CHIEF OR SHERIFF:

Increases cooperation and coordination with other law enforcement agencies and other branches of the criminal justice system. The accreditation process requires an in-depth review of every aspect of the agency’s organization, management, operations, and administration to include:
• establishment of agency goals and objectives with provisions for periodic updating;
• re-evaluation of whether agency resources are being used in accord with agency goals, objectives, and mission;
• re-evaluation of agency policies and procedures, especially as documented in the agency’s written directive system;
• correction of internal deficiencies and inefficiencies before they become public problems;
• the opportunity to re-organize without the appearance of personal attacks.
The accreditation standards provide norms against which agency performance can be measured and monitored over time. Accreditation provides the agency with a continuous flow of Commission distributed information about exemplary policies, procedures, and projects. Accreditation provides objective measures to justify decisions related to budget requests and personnel policies. Accreditation serves as a yardstick to measure the effectiveness of the agency’s programs and services. The services provided are defined, and uniformity of service is assured. Accreditation streamlines operations, providing more consistency and more effective deployment of agency manpower.

TO THE OFFICERS:

Accreditation requires that agency policies and procedures are in written form and are available to all agency personnel at all times. Accreditation assures employees that every aspect of the agency’s personnel system is in accord with professional standards, and that the system is both fair and equitable. The agency is compelled to operate within specific guidelines. It is accountable to the Commission. The agency must stay in compliance with the standards set forth by the Commission in order to retain its accreditation. The morale of the agency is enhanced by increasing the employees’ confidence in the effectiveness and efficiency of their own agency. Operations become more streamlined and consistent. Accreditation policies address officer safety issues and provide for adequate training and equipment of the officers. Accreditation is a coveted award that symbolizes professionalism, excellence, and competence. Employees will take pride in their agency, knowing that it represents the very best in law enforcement.

Sheriff Cubbage wishes to extend his thanks to his staff and the accreditation team that worked very hard to reach this great achievement!
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Congratulations! Job well done!!

Congratulations. Great job guys!!!

Awesome work!!! Thank you for all you do!

Great job, guys! It sure is a lot of work but so rewarding to receive the honor!

Excellent job PCSO!!!!

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Congratulations!

Good people and a great agency.

Congratulations!!

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Congratulations! Thanks for your service.

Congratulations

Good job guys!

Great job

Congratulations Chad.

Congratulations PCSO 💙

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Check out the Code Red Info! If you have not registered your phone with CODE RED, follow the directions to do so. All emergency messages from Page County Emergency Services are sent through Code Red! ... See MoreSee Less

Check out the Code Red Info! If you have not registered your phone with CODE RED, follow the directions to do so. All emergency messages from Page County Emergency Services are sent through Code Red!

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I do not see a code red box to click

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Happy Father's Day

Happy Father’s day

In the United States, Flag Day is celebrated on June 14. It commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States on June 14, 1777 by resolution of the Second Continental Congress. The United States Army also celebrates the U.S. Army birthday on this date; Congress adopted "the American continental army" after reaching a consensus position in the Committee of the Whole on June 14, 1775. ... See MoreSee Less

In the United States, Flag Day is celebrated on June 14. It commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States on June 14, 1777 by resolution of the Second Continental Congress. The United States Army also celebrates the U.S. Army birthday on this date; Congress adopted the American continental army after reaching a consensus position in the Committee of the Whole on June 14, 1775.Image attachment

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Page County Sheriff's Office

Check out our 2019 garden! The inmate work crew is doing a fantastic job keeping the garden tilled and weeded. We have potatoes, cabbage, squash, corn, onions, peppers, tomatoes and lettuce just to name a few. We would like to send a special thanks to Page Co-Op, Southern States, Luray Ruritans, Turner's Auto Body and Jimmy Gochenour for making the garden a success. Soon the jail population will be enjoying fresh vegetables and "fruits" of their labor. The garden can be seen from US 211 across from Valley Eye Clinic.Check out our 2019 garden! The inmate work crew is doing a fantastic job keeping the garden tilled and weeded. We have potatoes, cabbage, squash, corn, onions, peppers, tomatoes and lettuce just to name a few. We would like to send a special thanks to Page Co-Op, Southern States, Luray Ruritans, Turner's Auto Body and Jimmy Gochenour for making the garden a success. Soon the jail population will be enjoying fresh vegetables and "fruits" of their labor. The garden can be seen from US 211 across from Valley Eye Clinic. ... See MoreSee Less

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I was very impressed by the report on WHSV this morning about your garden. Job well done! Great use of man power and also giving the inmates something to look forward to, to help them gain skills, feel useful and have a purpose. I admire your actions sir!

great job

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it sure does look nice

Looks very nice. They are doing a great job.!

Great job

Looks beautiful!!

Looks great

Looks Good

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“America was not built on fear. America was built on courage, on imagination and an unbeatable determination to do the job at hand.”

~ Harry S. Truman

On this 75th Anniversary of D-Day, we remember the courage and bravery of the soldiers who stormed the beaches of Normandy.
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“America was not built on fear. America was built on courage, on imagination and an unbeatable determination to do the job at hand.”

~ Harry S. Truman

On this 75th Anniversary of D-Day, we remember the courage and bravery of the soldiers who stormed the beaches of Normandy.

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I was 8 yrs. old on that day !!!

It's a shame most under 30 years old have no clue what D-Day is.

From Sheriff Cubbage and the men and women of the Page County Sheriff’s Office, Congratulations to the Mt. Carmel Christian Academy, Class of 2019! We wish you a bright and successful future! ... See MoreSee Less

From Sheriff Cubbage and the men and women of the Page County Sheriff’s Office, Congratulations to the Mt. Carmel Christian Academy, Class of 2019! We wish you a bright and successful future!