2 days ago
The National Weather Service has issued a TORNADO WATCH for Page County until midnight tonight. This is in addition to the flood watch. ... See MoreSee Less
Appreciate the info!
Well we hear of threats of tornados, strong winds, etc, but never is stated where to go for protection , ie, shelters, community centers, etc.? Is anything set up or provided for protection or is it , to each his own ? Thanks ..under the house ! Lol
3 days ago
Sheriff Chad Cubbage is pleased to announce that today, 500 lbs of potatoes were planted at the Page County Sheriff's Inmate Garden. This is the third consecutive year for this project. ... See MoreSee Less
Awesome job and savings!!!!!
Good job Chad
My question is what's done with the wonderful food that comes from the garden? I know there's many families that could benefit from it
That’s a lot of potatoes hope you had a lot of inmates that’s good for them to get out and get some sun great job
GREAT JOB SHERIFF !!!!!!!!!!!!
Wonderful. That's the way all jails should do
Way to go Sheriff
I think all jails should do this to help on expenses and cut food costs at them
Suprised the ground is dry
Only thing I've ever read that he's done something good..
Sheriff Cubbage would like to extend his thanks and appreciation to the men and women of the Page County Emergency Communication's Center during National Public Safety Telecommunicator's Week. Dispatchers are not given enough credit when it comes to the world of public safety. They are a true first responder. They are often the calm in the midst of chaos and they are our lifeline. Thank you for all you do! ... See MoreSee Less
We Appreciate all your Sacrifices in our county. May God bless you for giving of yourself to help others. May when there is a need in your life that the help will be there for you. Thanks again for being there 24/ 7
Your so right..these people do not get the credit they deserve. They have to put up with alot of different situations some crazy..some ridiculous and most are life threatening. I speak from experience..my son has been a dispatcher for alot of years..he puts in alot of hours and takes his job very serious. And it takes a toll..physically,emotionally, and mentally. KUDOS to all the dispatchers who put themselves out there for our community and thank you 😊Casey Burner
Sheriff Cubbage would like to extend his congratulations to Deputy Jared Thomas and his new partner “Art”. Art is the Page County Sheriff’s Office K-9. Deputy Thomas recently graduated from K-9 handler school in North Carolina. Art has been with the department for a while, but due to his original handler leaving the department and manpower shortages, Art was not able to be on the street without a certified handler. Now that Deputy Thomas has been certified they will be on patrol as a team.
Deputy Thomas and Art have had a very successful first week back. Art has already assisted several officers with free air sniffs and in seizing several narcotics, including one seizure of approximately 3oz. of suspected methamphetamine.
Art is an important part of our team and our goal of taking dangerous drugs off of the streets. Being a K-9 officer takes a lot of commitment and dedication. Deputy Thomas and Art will attend continuous training each month, constantly perfecting their skills. Congratulations to Deputy Thomas and to Art on a job well done! ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations great job Jared and Art
Always great to hear about a job well done congratulations
Congratulations Deputy Thomas and K-9 Art.
Beautiful dog...good luck, Jared!
Awesome get that crap off of our streets...
Awesome Deputy Thomas! Prayers to you and Art. Keep us safe❣️
Great job, Jared.
Just curious why isn't there everything posted anywhere about the 3 oz that was found and on who
Way to go
🔥🔥 Important Information 🔥🔥
The Forestry Service is having a 1500 acre prescribed burn, also known as a hazard reduction burn, today, Wednesday April 10 and tomorrow, Thursday, April 11. The fire will be during the day, through dark, and again tomorrow. However, smoke may be visible for a few days after.
The fire will take place at Catback Mountain near Fort Valley and Page County areas; with smoke visible to surrounding areas.
Crisman Hollow Road and several hiking trails will remain closed during the burn. ... See MoreSee Less
Ah ok. I saw some ashes flying around wondering where it came from.
Lynaya Grace lmfao found out what I was smelling through the house. 😂
Sally Petty...in case you all are wondering.
Sheriff Cubbage would like to congratulate the 5th grade class of Shenandoah Elementary for their completion of the DARE program. The topics that were covered during the 10 lessons were, using the DARE decision making model to help students make safe and responsible decisions, effective listening, good communication styles, as well as bullying and ways to report bullying. The Page County Sheriff’s Office is excited to continue teaching the DARE program with students in the future! ... See MoreSee Less
Great job olivia!!!
Great job chad
Great job Livvy
Excellent job kids!!!
Such a great program. Glad to see it back.
Great job kids, parents and PCSO. Thank you to the Sheriff and his staff for understanding the need and value of drug education in our schools. ❤️❤️
Aaron Rudy Dean
What's with all the smoke on the mtn
On Monday April 1, 2019 the Page County Sheriff's Office responded to a call for suspicious activity on Mim's Road. The caller reported a red Toyota sedan sitting along the roadway with a Hispanic male driver. The vehicle had been sitting in the area for several hours only moving out of the roadway to allow other vehicles to pass. If anyone in the area saw or had any interactions with the driver of this vehicle, please contact Lieutenant Tim Lansberry at 540-743-6571. ... See MoreSee Less
I believe this person was outside our church Luray UMC about a month ago... Wouldn't move or talk to anyone & blocked the road between the church & post office. Then finally drove away...
Maybe it was a P.I. A lousy one if so. Someone been cheating in the area?! 😂
Maybe he was homeless and parked there to get some sleep?
Maybe he was simply waiting for someone, a pizza to be delivered or something like that. Who thought it was so suspicious.
Sheriff Cubbage would like to congratulate the Luray High School Forensics team for placing 4th overall, out of 17 2A schools at the 104th VHSL State Forensics Championship! They also placed 1st place Extemporaneous, 2nd place Humorous Interpretation, 3rd place Prose, 4th place Storytelling, 4th place Original Oratory and 5th place Duo Humorous. Congratulations to the team! ... See MoreSee Less
The Virginia Forensic Science Academy has concluded its Ninety-Seventh Session. Sheriff Chad Cubbage and the Page County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce that Lieutenant Tim Lansberry has successfully met all requirements and is hereby a graduate as of March 29, 2019.
The Academy’s objective is to provide high-level training to qualified crime scene search officers. Law enforcement personnel learn to properly recognize, document, collect and preserve laboratory examination, items of physical evidence found at crime scenes. The Academy participant becomes familiar with the capabilities and limitations of the modern forensic laboratory in examining the spectrum of materials which can be collected as evidence in criminal cases.
The nine-week course of study also provides officers with the necessary background information and practical application techniques which, coupled with the students previous experience permits maximum utilization of the forensic sciences to their departments and the Criminal Justice System of the Commonwealth.
Lieutenant Lansberry is assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division and has been employed with the Page County Sheriff’s Office since 2010. He was previously employed with the Luray Police Department from 2005 - 2010. Not only will he utilize the skills learned at the Forensic Science Academy in his daily duties, but also as a Basic Crime Scene Investigation Instructor at the Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Academy.
Sheriff Cubbage takes pride in sending deputies to intensive training that can be utilized to make the Sheriff’s Office more efficient and better able to serve the citizens of Page County. ... See MoreSee Less
Way to go! “CSI: Page County”‼️👍
Congratulations..so very proud of you..TIM
Way to go Little Timmy.
Congrats! Page co is lucky to have you!!
In 2015, I was a candidate running for Sheriff of Page County. I saw a huge need in building relationships and teaching preventable evidence based curriculum to our children in Page County. When I took office in 2016, I wanted to have an overnight summer camp for the children in Page County that would be free for them. With the efforts from my staff, the local businesses, and you the Citizens of Page County, We have made this camp possible the last two years. We have raised over 7,000 dollars, received 4,000 dollars in grant money, we have the opportunity to teach Virginia Rules each year, all while giving kids the opportunity of a lifetime. While teaching Virginia Rules, we teach them the dangers of Drugs, Alcohol, Bullying, and smoking. The camp teaches individual skill sets and team building principals. We have had the opportunity to visit local venues such as Luray Caverns, Yogi Bear Camp Ground, Flotzie’s Soft Serve, Lake Arrowhead, and Shenandoah River Outfitters. As the Sheriff of Page County, I want to thank you and all my staff for making this possible for our youth. We have sent 64 children to this camp, and I look forward to adding to this number in years to come. The application will be handed out in the next coming weeks to children for upcoming 5th -7th grade. As your Sheriff, I look forward to the 2019 Page County Sheriff’s Camp on July 28-August 1st. This is a short video of the 2018 Summer Camp.
Camp Presentation with son.mp4
drive.google.com ... See MoreSee Less
Thank You for this camp. Im glad my child also got to experience this last year as it got him outdoors.
Awesome job well done PCSO !!
How amazingly awesome! ❤
Amazing. Thank you PCSO!!!
Excellent program that required a lot of dedication, effort and networking. As with most things, prevention is the best hope and it's the same with the drug crisis. If we can prevent/deter our youth from ever trying or experimenting with drugs, then the cycle can be broken and gradually improve. This drug epidemic can never be "arrested" out of existence. Unfortunately, our justice system with it's protective laws, isn't designed to allow it. Educating our youth is our only hope for true change and hope. Good job, PCSO, for implementing this summer camp and realizing the value and promise of tomorrow's generation.
Keep up the good work Boss!
Congratulations to our ECC Director Christopher Molina on completing the Center Manager Certification Program, a 40-hour rigorous course of lecture and lab for current or aspiring 9-1-1 managers and supervisors, through the National Emergency Number Association (NENA). 21 Participants from different states completed the training. ... See MoreSee Less
Sheriff Cubbage would like to wish the Page County High School girls basket ball team the best of luck in their quarterfinal state play off game tonight! ... See MoreSee Less
Good Luck Lady Panthers! Bring home a WIN!! 🏆
Your not driving them?
Sheriff Cubbage extends his congratulations to the 68 fifth grade students at Stanley Elementary School for their completion of the DARE program! Topics covered during the course included decision making using the DARE decision making model, bullying and forms of bullying, ways to report bullying and other activities, effective listening and good communication style. The Page County Sheriff's Office looks forward to working with the DARE program in the future. ... See MoreSee Less
Great Job Congradulations!
Over the last few days, the “MoMo Challenge” has made national headlines. Sheriff Cubbage would like to remind parents and guardians, to keep an eye on your children’s electronic devices and what they are browsing/posting. Communicate with your children about the dangers of cyber space and internet safety. The National Online Safety Council has a link to resources for parents to utilize. Please follow the link and browse the materials. As always, take a common sense approach and communicate with your kids about what they are surfing. Stay safe!
nationalonlinesafety.com/resources/platform-guides/momo-online-safety-guide-for-parents/ ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for sharing!!!
Thanks for sharing
Download family link on your child's tablet or phone I have it on my 8 year olds phone and she can't get on YouTube or download games unless authorized by me or my husband
Thank you for sharing!
It is also important to note that if you want to search for this, open up an incognito window to do it so it doesn’t go there on your YouTube account.
Melissa Jennifer John
It's a mo mo challenge and stupid... kids or something came up with this idea and put it all over fb...I just wonder how many kids will die..that the sad part..
Heather Kling Joey Shenk, Brittany Kling Jonathan Bosley, Sabrina Dawn Buracker, Regina Darlene St. Clair look at this.
Paige Pasternack. Watch out for this!
Sheriff Cubbage and the Page County Sheriff's Office would like to extend our condolences to the family and friends of Shenandoah councilman, Dave Hinkle. We are grateful to Mr. Hinkle for his service to the community over the years and are sorry for the loss to the citizens of Shenandoah.
Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. God bless. ... See MoreSee Less
Sending thoughts and prayers to the family and friends.
Prayers for comfort to everyone.
Deepest Condolences Prayers 😢🙏
Sending deepest sympathy and prayers to all his family
Prayers for him and his family.
Prayers for his family and friends, 🙏🙏🙏, he was a great man that always did a good job and showed so much respect .he will be missed by many.
Prayers for family and friends 🙏🙏🙏
Prayers for him and the family he was also my night school teacher great man
My family has always been close to this loving family. We sure will miss that smile and laughter.
Heartfelt Symphany and Condolence to his Family
So very sorry to hear this..prayers to Lori and family.
Condolences and prayers for family
Please accept my sincere condolences for him and his family. Thank you for your service. May God Bless all 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏
Thoughts and prayers
He was a good man and will be missed by many. Sympathy to his family and friends.
Prayers for the family
Prayers of comfort for the family
Prayers for the family
So sorry for your loss. Prayers and God bless each of you .
Prayers for the family
Prayers for the family
Prayers for the family
Prayers for family
He was a great man ... Our prayers are with the family !
Prayers for family
Sheriff Cubbage and Darryl Haley enjoyed playing dodgeball and having lunch with the kids at Shenandoah Elementary School, yesterday. Building relationships with our youth for a safer community. ... See MoreSee Less
We had a wonderful time with both of you
Donald Franklin Estes Jr, the Escapee from Middle River Regional Jail, and Patti Lynn Lucas, who was charged with aiding Estes in the escape, were both arrested in Texas last night. ... See MoreSee Less
Sheriff Chad Cubbage was appointed to the Vice-Chairman position of the Northwest Regional Drug Task Force on Thursday, February 7th. The Task Force consists of the following counties: Page, Warren, Clarke, Frederick and Shenandoah. Sheriff Cubbage looks forward to serving in this capacity on the Task Force. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations Chad! Good job!
Congrats. Chad Cubbage
Wow! Such a great honor. Congrats!!!
Way to go Chad Cubbage! I know you will do a great job!
Congratulations Chad Cubbage
Congratulations Chad Cubbage
Congrats Chad Cubbage
Way to go Sheriff
Congratulations to Sheriff Cubbage. I hope this task force makes a difference to reduce the drugs in the valley.
Congrats Chad Cubbage
On Wednesday, Feb. 6th, Sheriff Cubbage enjoyed spending time with Darryl Haley and the kids at Stanley Elementary School. ... See MoreSee Less
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The Page County Sheriff's Office would like to extend our sympathy and condolences to Trooper Dowell’s family, the Virginia State Police and our entire law enforcement family. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone involved.
God Bless and stay safe!VSP Mourning Loss of Trooper Killed in Cumberland County Shooting
The Virginia State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation’s Appomattox Field Office is investigating a shooting in Cumberland County that claimed the life of a Virginia State Police trooper and resulted in the death of the shooting suspect. The incident occurred Monday, Feb. 4, 2019.
Trooper Lucas B. Dowell, 28, was a member of the Virginia State Police Tactical Team that was assisting the Piedmont Regional Drug and Gang Task Force with executing a search warrant at a residence in the 1500 block of Cumberland Road/Route 45, just north of the town limits of Farmville. The Tactical Team had made entry into the residence shortly before 10 p.m. Monday when an adult male inside the residence began shooting at them. The Tactical Team members returned fire, fatally wounding the male suspect.
Trooper Dowell was transported to Southside Community Hospital in Farmville where he succumbed to his injuries. Trooper Dowell becomes the Department’s 66th line of duty death. The Chilhowie, Va. native graduated the Virginia State Police’s 122nd Basic Session in November 2014. Since graduation he has been assigned to the Virginia State Police Appomattox Division; his latest assignment was on patrol in Area 20, which encompasses the City of Lynchburg, and Amherst and Campbell counties. He was a member of the Appomattox Division Tactical Team - the equivalent of a SWAT Team. He is survived by his parents and a sister.
“This is an extremely difficult day for the State Police,” said Colonel Gary T. Settle, Virginia State Police Superintendent. “We are humbled by Lucas’ selfless sacrifice and grateful for his dedicated service to the Commonwealth. He will forever be remembered by his State Police Family for his great strength of character, tenacity, valor, loyalty and sense of humor.”
The adult male suspect, Corey Johnson, 44, died at the scene. His remains were transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Richmond for examination and autopsy. State police are still in the process notifying next of kin. The male suspect was the only individual inside the residence at the time of the shooting. The search warrant was being conducted as part of an ongoing narcotics investigation.
No other troopers were injured in the shooting. In accordance with Virginia State Police policy, the two troopers who fired their weapons have been placed on administrative leave. ... See MoreSee Less
Sheriff Cubbage would like to give a big thank you to Doug Rudolph and Rudy's for hosting the coffee with citizens on Jan. 25th. Questions and concerns were addressed and good conversation was enjoyed. Thanks to all who came out! ... See MoreSee Less
Just a quick comment, it would be nice if you host one of these question and answer sessions in the evening for those of us that works during the day. I've ways wanted to come to one but I work during the day.
Two great guys
The Page County Sheriff’s Office is seeking applications for Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services certified Law Enforcement officers. Candidate must be able to pass entry level testing, departmental physical which includes drug testing, and a background investigation.
Salary will be determined by experience, but positions do come with a competitive benefits package that includes VRS retirement and Hazardous Duty Supplement, life and viable health insurance options, as well as generous annual and sick leave. Applications can be downloaded from our website at www.pagesheriff.com, or picked up at our Administration Office, which is located at 110 South Court Street (beside the Mimslyn Inn).
Completed applications may be hand-delivered to the Administration Office, or mailed to the Page County Sheriff’s Office at 108 South Court Street, Luray, Virginia 22835. The Page County Sheriff’s Office, and the County of Page are Equal Opportunity Employers. ... See MoreSee Less
The Page County Sheriff's Office extends our deepest sympathies and prayers to Captain Wes Dellinger of the Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office in the tragic loss of his mother. Wes was a former deputy with Page county and our hearts go out to him and his family. ... See MoreSee Less
Prayers for the family
So sorry for your loss. Praying for you and family 🙏🏻
Praying for all.
Sending prayers to Wes and all the Dellinger family
My deepest sympathy for the loss of his dear Mom! 🙏
Sending prayers to all
Wes,you have my sympathy and prayers for the loss of your mother
Heartbreaking! Prayers for the family!
Prayers and hope
Sending prayers 🙏
May God be with him and his family at this time and may he give them peace.
Sheriff Cubbage knows it is always a good day when you can share smiles with first graders at Luray Elementary! And Darryl Haley made that happen with his amazingly delicious pound cake!
Caring community, spanning generations = Positive Local Life! ... See MoreSee Less
On Friday, January 25th, Sheriff Cubbage will be at Rudy's Diner in Shenandoah from 9:00-10:00 a.m. to address any questions or concerns of Page Co. citizens. Come on out and enjoy conversation over a cup of coffee. ... See MoreSee Less
This is a photo of one of our patrol cars. On Friday night, while at the scene of a motor vehicle crash, our deputy had the south bound lane of US HWY 340 blocked in the area of Lakewood Road. The emergency lights were activated on this vehicle and other police vehicles that were at the scene.
A motorist came through the area and struck the rear of the patrol car. Fortunately, the deputy that was in the driver’s seat, was not injured, nor was the driver of the other vehicle involved. There was also another deputy who was in the roadway at the time that was able to move out of the way.
Our message is simple. Please, pay attention when driving and don’t allow unnecessary distractions to divert your attention. Focus on the road and your surroundings. This could have been a lot worse for the driver of the other car and our deputies on scene.
§ 46.2-921.1 of the Code of Virginia states that drivers are to yield right-of-way or reduce speed when approaching stationary emergency vehicles on highways. Slow down, move over!
Since January 1, 2019, nationwide, there have been 3 police officers killed in the line of duty after being struck by vehicles while on scene of traffic stops or at the scene of an emergency. Please do your part in not becoming a statistic. ... See MoreSee Less
I Thank God no one was Hurt! The Very bright blue lights blinded the other person that was driving. They were not being distracted. Nor were they speeding. They came around the curve and could not see due to three police cars with those very bright lights that blinded them.
glad everyone was ok
Glad that the officer is ok
I'm glad everybody is ok God bless
Thank God no-one was hurt
Thank the good Lord everyone is ok.
Wow, so glad everyone is ok, hope the person that did this was charged and found out was so important that they weren't paying attention.
Wow glad everyone is ok.
So happy no one was injured r worse
So Thankful our Leo's are Safe ...💙
Glad that the officers are OK
I know the person that hit the cop car he was going around the curb and with all 3 cop lights it blinded him even the tow truck said he had a hard time seeing!
It's scary how many people drive in auto pilot or in a fog (not to mention cell phones or managing children in the back seat). Lost count of how many times I've moved over for emergency vehicles on the shoulder and glanced in my rearview only to see the fool behind me hold a straight line and miss the emergency vehicles by inches. Law enforcement should set up "move over traps" like they do speed traps.
Glad that the officer is ok
Wow prayers all be safe🙏pray
Glad everyone is ok
God is good
So glad all were okay.
So glad all were okay.
Glad the deputy was ok. But wish the deputies would be mindful of speed limits when pedestrians are walking.
That area is a very dangerous area!
So glad everyone is ok..prayers for all officers and Rescue. people.
Wake up!!! Pay attention!!!!
Scary out there for our law enforcement these days. I am a BIG supporter of the “move over law” and see many who can safely change lanes not doing so- and not slowing down- always aggravates me.
Thank God no one was hurt!!
PAGE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
2018 Statistics for Publication
Information Compiled by Major Phil Baker
Total Initiated Arrests: 679
Traffic Offenses: 345 (12 of these being Speeding, average of 19.6 MPH over)
DUI Arrests: 27
Narcotics Offenses: 140
Incident Reports Completed: 433
Supplemental Reports Completed: 55
Traffic Crash Investigations: 82
Criminal Papers: 1,331
Civil Papers: 11,758
Total Calls for Service: 17,968
Animal Control Calls for Service: 1,331
Property Check Cards: 9,591
Business/Citizen/School Interactions: 248
School Resource Officers: 5 full-time, 1 part-time
Community Crime Prevention Events: 31
Alcohol/Tobacco Compliance Checks: 34 hours
Saturated Patrol (“Party Patrol”): 92 hours
Rape Aggression Defense System Courses: 1 (Instructed); 3 (Assisted)
Sporting Event Security: 50 events
Sheriff’s Summer Youth Camp: 32 participants / 5 days
Average Daily Inmate Population (PC Jail): 70 (2018 Calendar Year)
Average Daily Inmate Population (MRRJ): 67* (2018 Calendar Year)
Average Daily Inmate Population (RSW): 44 (9 month period from April through December)
Inmate Transports: 1,221
Transport Mileage: 93,008 miles
Mental Health Transports: 46
Mental Health Transport Mileage: 8,317 miles
Total Court Hours: 2,209 hours
Total Persons Scanned at Entrance: 27,890
Weapons Located: 0 Firearms
108 Pepper Spray
2 Miscellaneous Other
Cases carried/assigned: General – 147
Narcotics – 159
Grand Jury Indictments: General – 144
Narcotics – 24
Departmental Evidence/Property Seized: 933 pieces
Narcotics Investigator Seizures: 3,178 grams Methamphetamine (Street Value $381,360)
550 grams Marijuana (Street Value $16,500)
2 Marijuana Plants (Street Value $7,000)
30 dose units Prescription Medication (Street Value $1,500)
1 gram Heroin (Street Value $120)
2 grams Cocaine (Street Value $240)
$17,076 U.S. Currency
Patrol/Crime Prevention and CID conducted 131 hours of specialized drug interdiction activities, in addition to the standard duty schedules.
NADDI Drug Drop Box Collection: 129 pounds of prescription and/or over-the-counter drugs
NOTE: We do not accept liquids or needles.
EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS CENTER
Non-Emergency Telephone Calls: 47,677
9-1-1 Emergency Calls: 10,582
Dispatched Calls for Service: 28,559 ... See MoreSee Less
Could you read your messages on Facebook and do something about the dogs left out in these cold temperatures please
Awesome job !
Wow! That is a lot of mess going on out there. Be careful 👮♀️ officers 👮♀️!
I'm astounded by the dispatch calls. That's A LOT of calls!! PCSD is very busy. It's got to be a challenge for the SD to do all of this with its limited resources due to restricted budget. Kudos to you guys and the department for making it work even through the unreasonably tight budget crunch.
Could we see the stats for Domestic violence arrests, please?
Great job well done
Good good guys n gals...Ty
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receipts? It takes me 5 minutes flat to lose reciepts!
Happy New Year! God Bless! Thank you for all you do!
Happy and Blessed New Year 🙏
Have a happy and safe new year!
Happy New Year! Be safe
Happy New Year
Happy New Year!!!!!
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OF YOU. YOU ALL BE SAFE IN 2019.
HAPPY NEW YEAR PAGE COUNTY !!
Happy New Years
Happy New Year
HAPPY NEW YEAR
May you and your Department have a
Happy New Year to y'all
Happy New Year
Chief J. Roy of the Lord Fairfax Community College Police Department, and Sgt. Stephen Owens of the Page County Sheriff's Office, recently completed a 4 week R.A.D. training program. Stay tuned for dates in 2019! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to our Sheriff for supporting this training and to our 3 awesome instructors! They are truly passionate about women's self defense and it shows in the way they teach the class.
This post looks like one of those "SPOT THE DIFFERENCES" games.:D Great job, everyone, and thank you for all you do!
On November 28th, 2018, Deputies from the Page County Sheriff’s Office responded to a complaint of threats near the Town of Stanley. Upon arrival, Deputies were informed of a situation involving the possible abuse of a dog.
Through the investigation, it was determined that the animal’s owner was attempting to return a dog to the breeders from whom he purchased the animal from, pursuant to the civil contract that had been agreed upon. Due to the physical condition of the animal, the breeders refused to accept the animal, but requested that the animal be seen by a veterinarian or by the SPCA. Upon speaking with the animal’s owner, Deputies were informed that the animal was under the care of a licensed veterinarian, which was confirmed. Deputies informed the owner that the animal needed to be taken to the veterinarian and contacted Animal Control agents in the jurisdiction in which the owner resided.
The Page County Sheriff’s Office has remained in communication with the Louisa County Animal Control Office to ensure that any criminal offenses were thoroughly investigated, and that the animal was receiving proper care.
Based on the fact that the owner and animal were residents of Louisa County, the Page County Sheriff’s Office could not address any criminal charges related to this incident. Based on the fact that it was stated, and confirmed, that the animal’s owner was providing veterinary care the Page County Sheriff’s Office could not seize the animal.
The Page County Sheriff’s Office is committed to providing quality Animal Control services to our community. While we understand that the information and photographs that have been distributed as a result of this incident create immediate outrage, we also want to ensure that our community receives the same information that our staff had at the time their actions were taken. ... See MoreSee Less
Why isn’t there a budget for weekend workers . Animals don’t just die or are abused Mon thru Friday One resolution might be to get some volunteers together and try to have at least some coverage ?
And more on a thing AR Sheriff's Department is doing a great job our Police Department is doing a great job are far department does a great job do not put them down
If I Board of Supervisors would allow him to have extra men or women then they could keep someone 24/7 but you are to get your facts on that one check it out the Board of Supervisors won't allow him to have extra men don't judge our Sheriff's Department are Luray Police Department unless you get the facts
Trust me the animal control in the county is behind in the times just like a lot of other things ,sorry but the truth is the truth .There should be a permanent full time animal control officer on duty and not be off on the weekends. Every time I have called about a situation ,I either get that the person is off till Monday or something else. And if the animal looked bad it should have been taken from that person ,period .I don’t know the whole story , just that the law doesn’t work for the innocent animal ,just the worthless person inflicting the harm. Rant over
Not always true that the owner is worthless!There are circumstances that are often out of the owners hands.Get ALL the facts before you judge.
On November 11th, 2018, Deputies with the Page County Sheriff’s Office charged Larry Dewayne Meadows with Reckless Handling of a Firearm and Shooting from the Roadway in the area of Weaver Hollow. This incident was apparently related to illegal hunting practices.
As normal with the on-set of hunting season, the Page County Sheriff’s Office has begun to receive increasing number of calls for illegal hunting activities. The Page County Sheriff’s Office takes these complaints seriously and will respond to, and enforce, any violations that are observed.
Citizens are encouraged to call the Page County Emergency Communications Center at (540) 843-0911 or the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries at (866) 721-6911 if they observe any suspicious, or illegal, activity. ... See MoreSee Less
On Wednesday, Nov. 28th, Sheriff Cubbage and Supervisors Larry Foltz and Morgan Phenix will be at Hawksbill Diner in Stanley from 9:00-10:00 a.m. to address any questions or concerns of Page Co. citizens. Come on out and enjoy conversation over a cup of coffee. ... See MoreSee Less
Our hearts and prayers go out to our brothers and sisters in blue at the Winchester Police Department, in the loss of Officer Hunter Edwards, who was tragically killed in the line of duty last night in Winchester. Edward's was a four year veteran of the department. He leaves behind his wife and small step son. Please remember them in your prayers. ... See MoreSee Less
Prayers to family and friends 🙏🙏
Prayers for the family
Prayers for family and friends.
Prayers for the family and friends
Prayers for everyone
Sending lots of prayers and hugzzzz
Prayers for his family and friends during this difficult time.
Prayers for all
RIP IN PEACE SIR and prayers for the family. I support our thin blue line
THANK YOU FOR BEING ONE OF THE BEST!
From our Law Enforcement Family to Yours, We Wish You a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving! ... See MoreSee Less
On Thursday, Nov. 15th, Sheriff Cubbage and Supervisors Mark Stroupe and Larry Foltz will be at Hawksbill Diner in Stanley from 9:00-10:00 a.m. to address any questions or concerns of Page Co. citizens. Come on out and enjoy conversation over a cup of coffee. ... See MoreSee Less
The Page County Sheriff's Office would like to extend our sincerest thanks to all of the Veterans who have served and who are serving, including the Veterans of our office.
“Courage is contagious. When a brave man takes a stand, the spines of others are often stiffened.” – Billy Graham ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for your service🇺🇸
Thanks for your Service to All the Veterans
This #armymom thanks you
Corporal Jason Aleshire received the CIT Officer of the Year in an awards ceremony in Blacksburg, Virginia. Effective CIT programs enhance community collaboration, develop a stable infrastructure and provide outstanding training to improve criminal justice and mental health system response to individuals with mental health issues. Corporal Aleshire is a 12 year veteran of the Page County Sheriff’s Office, currently assigned as a Supervisor in the jail. We congratulate him on his efforts to assist those in crisis. ... See MoreSee Less
Congrats Corporal Aleshire!!What an impressive award to receive and an honor to have you serving the citizens of Page County. God bless.
Congratulations.... so very proud of you!!
Congratulations and way to go!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Congratulations Jason Aleshire.
Congratulations !!!Great job !!!!
Congratulations great job
Congrats Jason Aleshire!
Congrats Jason Aleshire
Congratulations Jason Aleshire 😁
Congratulations to you!!! Job well done!!!
good job Jason
That's awesome!! Congrats
Sheriff Chad Cubbage would like to congratulate deputies of the Page County Sheriff's office who graduated from the Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Academy today. Deputy Alex Gray, Deputy Garrett Cook, Deputy John Fry and Deputy Raymond Leeth were part of the 138th Basic Law Enforcement Class. Recruits spend eighteen weeks, studying topics such as traffic law, criminal law, rules of evidence, crime scene processing, firearms, defensive tactics and driving, just to name a few. After graduation, the recruits will spend 12-14 additional weeks in field training, getting hands on experience. We wish them safety and success in their careers. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations a great assest to our sheriffs dept
Congratulations!!! Be safe and prayers for all and thank you for all you do.
Congratulations!! Job well done! May God surround you with His wisdom, guidance and safety as you serve.
Congratulations too u all and GOD BLESS AND KEEP U ALL SAFE.
Congrats to you all, And May God bless you and keep you safe! Especially Fry😎❤️
Congrats May God keep you all safe.
Congratulations to all for serving our county.
Congrats to the graduates and to all who protect and serve us daily. May God keep and bless each of you in His care as you carry out your duties daily. ❤️🙏🏻
Congrats and thank you for all that u do to keep us safe!
Stay safe guys,congrats!
Congratulations to all. Good Luck and be safe.
Congratulations to all of you. 🇺🇸
Good job guys
Congratulations to u all
Congratulations to all !! Proud of our LE !!
Congrats to all of you...
Congratulations to you all.
Congratulations Thank you CChad Cubbage
Congratulations to all!
Good job guys, congratulations
It's always a beautiful day when Darryl Haley comes to visit! Thanks for thinking of us with your delicious poundcake! You really know how to make folks feel special! ... See MoreSee Less
Attention Livestock Owners:
Please go to www.pagesheriff.com and scroll to the announcements section. You will find a livestock update form. Fillout the form and mail, or email, it back so that we can update our livestock owners list. It will help us to make contact with you when there is an emergency involving your livestock.
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Next Thursday, Nov. 8th, Sheriff Cubbage and Supervisor Jeff Vaughan will be at Northside Diner in Shenandoah from 9:00-10:00 a.m. to address any questions or concerns of Page Co. citizens. Come on out and enjoy conversation over a cup of coffee. ... See MoreSee Less
Great to see the board members working with the Sheriff to help make Page County a safe and family oriented county.
Join us at the Town of Luray Halloween event from 4-7 PM. We are located at the PAL Center! Have a safe and fun night Trick or Treating! ... See MoreSee Less
There's something weird in the neighborhood! Who ya gonna call?!
Last night's Trunk or Treat event was a HUGE success! Great community fun for all! Thanks to everyone who made it possible and especially to all the kiddos sporting awesome costumes!
Wishing everyone a Happy and Safe Halloween! ... See MoreSee Less
It was awesome. They kids had a great time !
I thought that the event was wonderful. Everyone dresses up and had some games and activities. Everyone really thought out their costumes. I know my granddaughter Gracie really enjoyed herself. Thanks to everyone involved.
Lookin good, Page County !!
Yes but it is a wonder some kids weren't hurt. Some were playing on the new wall if they would have fell that is a 10 foot wall
So. Good. Page. County.
Reminder of the Trunk or Treat at the Page County Administration Office tomorrow night! Come see us from 530 - 730pm! ... See MoreSee Less
Sheriff Chad Cubbage and Deputies with the Page County Sheriff's Office would like to thank the Luray Moose Lodge for their donation to the Page County Sheriff's Office and other First Responding Agencies in the Town of Luray, after their “Youth Safety Day and 1st Responders Dance”! The proceeds from the dance were donated to each first response agency in Luray. ... See MoreSee Less
Nice todo. This.
Valley Care Management gave a gracious donation of $2800.00 to the Page County Sheriff's Office for Project Lifesaver. We want to thank Brian Phelps and Randy Atkins, and the Valley Care Management team, for the donation.
If you have any questions about Project Lifesaver, please contact Sergeant Stevie Owens at 540-843-3382. ... See MoreSee Less
Proud to work for such a wonderful company! Good to see this!
So very wonderful to see local businesses giving back to the community. Thank you, Valley Care, for your thoughtful and generous donation!!
I know that officer. He is our second son. He sure does look like his dad.
The Page County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating the cause of a house fire that occurred at 2185 Dovel Hollow Road Stanley, Virginia on October 2, 2018. The house is a total loss as a result of the fire. If anyone has any information in regards to the fire, please contact Lieutenant Tim Lansberry of the Page County Sheriff’s Office, Criminal Investigations Division at (540)743-7810. ... See MoreSee Less
I bet it wasn’t insured either ?
Don’t run your mouth unless you know the facts
Today at 2:18 PM there will be a nationwide alert test that will alert you on your cell phone and possibly your smartwatches. This is a test of the National Wireless Emergency Alert System. ... See MoreSee Less
Didn’t get mine either but my signal a home stinks...
oops! okay it came 2 minutes after the apple user. I guess us android users are supposed to get pasted while the storm/crisis hits and the apple users have already gotten into the shelter. 😛
FAIL! 😛 My android didn't get it! FAIL!
I got it
I didn't get it
Johnna Nicole Jones
I got mine
i got iy
I GOT IT..
I didn't receive the alert. Are there steps we should take?
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. We join with our local law enforcement partners and Choices of Page County, in supporting this worthy cause. Learn more about Domestic Violence Awareness and how you can help at www.NCADV.org/SurvivorSpeaks OR choicesofpagecounty.org. ... See MoreSee Less
More women need to know they can make itwith out a man. Do not let them beat you.
For some of the comments like now if people who need it will go i believe we all need it. It affects the whole community in some way or another. Ask the person who lost a love one by a drunk driver, or a grandparent raising their addicted children babies, or the person whose husband or wife is incarcerated because of drugs, or the boss whose workers can't hold down a job etc etc. As a community we can find the solutions that would greatly benefit all of us not just those 'who need it' A much needed facility for recovery and rehab would be a start. As to the question what is this event it seems self explanatory. September is National Recovery Month focusing on recovery solutions for those with addictions. We would be having our head stuck in the ground if we didn't think there was not a problem here. WHSV just did a story about opiod problem here. www.whsv.com/content/news/Page-County-joins-opioid-lawsuit-492617981.html That is what this event is about if that answers your question. As for no women involve they have been behind the scenes like Nancy Boyer who use to have a place in Shenandoah to help women with these very issues. She has been treasure chest of contacts and a huge heart to deal with this and there will be women at side tables to share information. I do hope it's a pack house to educate, answer questions and especially to find solutions here in Page County. All we have is the jail when it gets to that point for addicts and that's unacceptable. I hope law enforcement and our sheriff attend too.
What exactly is this event?
Great idea. Now if the people who need it will just go.
This is what we need here thru this bill that just passed the Senate. "In addition to slowing the distribution of opioids, the legislation aims to enhance recovery efforts by supporting comprehensive recovery centers that will provide housing, job training, and medically supervised withdrawal management. Ten million dollars in grant money will be given to qualified applicants each year from 2019 to 2023 to support the creation of these centers." www.google.com/amp/s/www.cbsnews.com/amp/news/senate-passes-comprehensive-opioids-bill/
My hearts sorrow is a family member with severe fractured wrist on oxycotin thru the Hope Clinic in Fisherville for months and months and when they shut down due to over prescribing his turn to heroin lands him in prison. Now our county sues distributors while our loved ones sit behind bars. My deep hearts sorrow.
I applaud our county leaders for taking action in filing this suit. Our county has suffered true damages because of pharmaceutical greed. "The harmful impact of opioids in Page County cannot be overstated. The most recent publicly available data shows that 32.1 of every 1,000 babies born in Page County in 2016 suffered from neonatal abstinence syndrome. That is nearly five times higher than the statewide rate of 6.7 cases per 1,000 births. In 2011, Page County reported zero Hepatitis C cases. By 2016, its case rate was 367.1 cases per 100,000 people, which was nearly triple the statewide rate. The financial cost of the opioid epidemic has been tremendous for the County. For example, Page County’s jail is overcrowded with inmates that are incarcerated due to illegal drug use and other criminal activity that is highly correlated to prescription drug abuse. The number of children placed in foster care in the County has skyrocketed in recent years due to the effects that opioid addiction has had on households in the County. The lawsuit aims to recover these types of costs and costs associated with the purchase of opioids prescribed to County employees."
Ummm Tim May they appear to have forgotten all those initials after your name. 😂
No women involved?
On Tuesday September 18, 2018 the Page County Sheriff’s Office received a call in reference to a person who was possibly endangered and trapped by rising flood waters of the Shenandoah River in the Fort Stover area.
Deputies from the Page County Sheriff’s Office and Officials from Page County Emergency Services responded to assess the conditions. The Page County Sheriff’s Office deployed the 5 Ton military truck and was able to successfully access the area. The high clearance vehicle allowed for smooth navigation across a flooded back wash. The area was checked for the individual and contact was made with them and an additional resident, both who were safe and neither wished to be evacuated.
It is only through the use of these specialty vehicles, that we are able to further our rescue efforts during floods and heavy snow storms. Having these resources at our disposal eliminates the need to wait for hours for specialty vehicles to arrive from out of jurisdiction.
We still advise that no resident cross any standing or moving water. It is only through training and specialty use vehicles that we are able to complete these tasks. ... See MoreSee Less
All be careful mainly at night and can't see it til too late. Thanks to all first responders for all you do.
Some of the rds are closed due to high waters. Please be careful everyone
Good job in acquirng these vehicles! I hour those people don't regret their decision not to leave with you when they could! That river is steadily rising.
That you officers rescue and fire Dept. For all you do for the citizens in your county please listen the them don't cross the water you never know what is under it like the road could be washed out anyway just listen
Thank you officers. Please be safe
Donna Mitchell, going to the cabins!
good job to the responders and those who called but realize not everyone will let a little rain run them away
Our dispatch center is receiving an unusually high number of calls in reference to a phone scam. The scammer states that they have a warrant for you arrest if you don't pay fees to avoid being arrested.
PLEASE, do not provide them with any information!! THIS IS A SCAM! Most of these scammers are located outside of the United States, therefore we have very few options to deal with them.
We can't stress enough, DO NOT TALK TO THEM, AND DO NOT PROVIDE THEM ANY OF YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION!!
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Got one yesterday and today.. when are you coming to arrest me.. I should have 4 charges...lol🤣 They even left voice messages.
They made their rounds here in Woodstock yesterday, too. Even called one of our officers and as you can imagine, he had a good time with him. 😂😂
This garbage has been going on for awhile now, these folks are desperate!
If you don't recognize the number just answer "sheriffs office, fraud division and wait......."
No cop is going to call and say "hey i have a warrent for your arrest" or call and "ask for money". I always mess with them if they call me and they hang up super quick😂
I just received one. Said from the IRS. Said they have 4 warrants and will come after me.
IRS call for me before. Crazy thing after you talk to them if you tell them no then try to call the number, it says its not in service..IDK how they do that
Just got one about IRS! Would never fall for that because the whole IRS is a scam!
(gets up and unplugs landline) problem solved. 😛 if they try the cell the spam catcher should block them.
Dis they have an ancient and say the cops would come get you? That you have many arrests pressed on you? I had one. It was a recording and still spoke bad grammar! Lol!
I've gotten a few of them. And just about all of them have a call # starting with 540742.... I stopped answering my cell phone if I don't know the number. And since I'm in our local cubscouts, there are times I should answer but wont because of it.
Thank You; I’ve already received a call on my home, and cell. I have the two numbers, but I doubt it would help.
Try blocking the number they call from it might help
My husband just received 2 calls within 10 minutes apart for warrants.
We got this call today... Just hung up!
Just got the call claimed they were the IRS and that local LE was coming to arrest me in 24hrs if I don't pay. Funny guess the same thing last month I was supposed to be arrested within 24hrs last month LOL! Beware of this and other phone scams I have had many others in the last few months.
Thank you for sharing this information. They wanted my social security number and I told them I would not give that over the phone.
I keep getting ones saying it's my Grandson & he has been in an accident, I asked his name & was told it's your oldest, when I said I only have one, he hung up. Also wasn't saying my name right. I always hang up & call my grandson, who is at work.
They called us 6 times in one day, don’t answer the phone!!!!
I got one yesterday and today 🤣 I can’t believe anyone would fall for it
Got one on my answering machine, with # to call back to.
Not only have I received this call, I got a call today from a man saying he was the IRS. Same people. Today's number was 703 201 8563.
I just got a recorded one on my answering machine with a TX number.... They even left a call back number.
I got one this morning! Scary! Be careful everyone!
We got one alitte while ago
...FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT EDT TONIGHT THROUGH
The National Weather Service in Sterling Virginia has issued a
* Flash Flood Watch for PAGE COUNTY from midnight tonight through Monday evening.
* Moderate to locally heavy rain will overspread the area late tonight into Monday morning. The steadiest rain may move out of the area Monday afternoon, but additional showers and isolated thunderstorms are likely through Monday evening. More locally heavy rain is possible during this time.
* The soaking rain may cause creeks and streams to rise out of their banks as well as flooding in urban areas. Locally heavy rain does pose the threat for some creeks and streams to rapidly rise out of their banks as well as the potential for localized flash flooding in 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. ... See MoreSee Less
How’s the Land of Shenandoah?
Florence is now a tropical storm and is expected to become a tropical depression tonight. A flash flooding threat continues through Tuesday for VDEM Region 2 Sunday night through Monday evening. Isolated tornadoes are possible Sunday night and in to Monday morning
Rainfall possibilities 1.5”—5” with higher amounts of rainfall accompanied with thunderstorms. The highest potential for flash flooding will be Monday and Tuesday. Wind gusts in elevations above 1500’….30-40 mph possible.
Although the threat for our area remains, it is not as severe as originally forecast at the beginning of the week. Please be prepared for downed trees, power outages and flooding.
We are still fully staffed and are prepared if conditions deteriorate.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO ONLY CALL 911 IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY! ONLY REPORT DOWNED TREES, ROAD CLOSURES AND ANY NON-EMERGENCY TRAFFIC TO 540-843-0911.
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What we saw this morning was heavier rain west of the Blue Ridge. That's our area. But any substantial amount of rain on ground as saturated as ours is going to produce some sort of flooding. Just thankful to the good Lord that he shifted it away from the original track projected last week. That would have devastated our valley
OK. I'm confused. The most recent radar map shows ALLLLL rain being held way south of here - like Staunton and below. No?
Page County Sheriff's Office Page County Sheriff's Office updated their profile picture.
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Threats remain from Hurricane Florence for Page County.
Continue to remain prepared and vigilant.
Hurricane Florence made landfall this morning at approximately 7:15AM near Wrightsville Beach, NC, and is forecast to slowly move westward towards Florence, SC Friday night.
The four greatest threats for our area are potential flash flooding, freshwater flooding as Florence moves north along the Appalachians Sunday night through Tuesday morning as the system departs over our area, tropical storm force winds / particularly at higher elevations, and isolated tornadoes.
Rain amounts 2-4 inches Sunday through Tuesday / footprint of heavy rain will change as the track refines / expect locally higher amounts. ... See MoreSee Less
Command Staff of the Page County Sheriff’s Office, Page County Emergency Services Officials, Page County Public Schools, and Officials from each town are continuing to monitor the briefings for Hurricane Florence from the National Weather Service.
Based on the last conference call at 11:30 hrs, our area (VDEM Region 2,) can still expect to see effects from this storm. Don’t be misled by the variation of rain total maps. These are projections of what we can expect at the onset of the storm. Keep in mind, that the storm may have imbedded thunderstorms that can drop several inches of rainfall in a short amount of time. With the ground saturation levels at 98%, these storms can and will likely produce flash flooding.
Showers and thunderstorms associated with the system can be expected Friday through Tuesday with the heaviest of the precipitation expected on Monday and Tuesday as the storm exits across the Commonwealth of Virginia, potentially moving across most of the Shenandoah Valley. Winds are expected to increase and could have gusts of 35-40 mph in some areas.
Flooding, downed trees and power outages are expected to be an issue through Tuesday for Page County. Flooding along the Shenandoah River can also be expected by not only the rain here in Page County, but any rain that falls to our south. The Sheriff’s Office, Towns and Emergency Services plan to be at full staffing through the duration of the storm and will continue to monitor the storm as it is constantly changing. PLEASE, don’t let your guard down! ... See MoreSee Less
I know longer live in Page County but I do have family and friends who do and I thank you for keeping everyone informed.
Thank You for Up Dates of Storm !! Please Be Safe Everyone !! 💜💞💜
Youll be safe
I no longer live in Page County but I do visit alot and I want to thank your Sheriff for caring and keeping in touch with the people. I will be praying
thanks b safe prayers for all of you
Thank you for keeping everyone informed. Prayers for all.🙏
Thank you for keeping us informed.
Thank you for all for your service to our community. Praying for everyone to be safe.
Special thank for the info
Thank you for the update, Keep up the good work!
Thank you for the information.
Thanks for the updates!
Franchesca Nicole Dinges
Thanks very much! 🙂
Thk u for updating info prayers for u!
PAGE COUNTY RESIDENTS:
Hurricane Florence is still going to affect our area. Our soil is 98% saturated. So, any rainfall will likely cause flooding.
Make sure your meds, food, batteries and water needs are met today! ... See MoreSee Less
My prayers from here in middle TN is for everyone's safety there in my beautiful home town. Get prepared and check on any of your elders to make sure their needs are met also while waiting for this storm. God bless each of you!
Walmart still stocked with essentials?
Autumn Nicole Trumbo
Marcus Perkins Lynn Settle
Friday's TRIAD event, Stuff the Cruiser, was our first event partnering with LD&B Insurance of Luray, Luray, Stanley and Shenandoah Police Depts. and the Page Co. Sheriff's Office. With Carla Sours (TRIAD/LD&B representative) at the helm, and her partner from work, Pam, we had an amazing day collecting items for Page County seniors!
Our community came-out in full force to support this event and by the end of the day, we had stuffed seven cruisers! Approximately 2000 items were delivered to the Page County Senior Center, including $1000.00 in monetary donations and $500.00 from LD&B Insurance!
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Great job 😇😇
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Hurricane Florence is now a Category 4 storm, with potential winds of more than 130 mph as it approaches the U.S. The hurricane is expected to make landfill in the Carolinas between Thursday and Friday.
Here are some tips to better prepare you and your family:
-> Write down important phone numbers and keep them in your wallet, as cell phones may die during a disaster or service may go down.
-> Establish an emergency plan with your family.
-> Prepare an emergency kit before the storm hits. The Red Cross recommends you that your emergency kit includes enough water for at least 3 days. Other suggested items include: non-perishable food, a flashlight, a weather radio, a first aid kit, medications, copies of important documents, cash, an emergency blanket and a map of the area.
-> Sign up for Code Red notifications NOW. This may be the most fast, effective way to be reached during the duration of the storm. To sign up visit:
-> Know where your evacuation shelters are located.
-> Start preparing your home for heavy rainfall by securing your rain gutters and clearing drains.
-> Clean your yard before the storm hits. Make sure there’s nothing in your front or back yard that could cause damage to your house or others if swept up by wind. Bring in patio furniture and bikes to name a few.
-> NEVER drive through floodwater. Remember, turn around, don’t drown!
-> Use 9-1-1 for emergencies only! For non-emergencies, call 540-743-6571. ... See MoreSee Less