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--Stanley Fire Hall 5-8pm, Oct 17
--Father's Heart Worship Center, 493 Hamburg Road, Luray 9:30-11:30am Oct 21
--Shenandoah Community Cntr 5-8pm, Oct 22
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--Stanley Fire Hall 5-8pm, Oct 17
--Father's Heart Worship Center, 493 Hamburg Road, Luray 9:30-11:30am Oct 21
--Shenandoah Community Cntr 5-8pm, Oct 22
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Can we be grand parents to get gifts for our grand kids

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Our administrative offices will be closed on Monday October 14, in observance of Columbus Day. Our offices will reopen on Tuesday October 15, at 8am. ... See MoreSee Less

On September 24 & 25, 2019 the Page County Jail was inspected by the Virginia Department of Corrections for a "Local Facility Inspection". This is the second DOC inspection under Sheriff Cubbage’s administration that has received a 100% compliance score by DOC. Sheriff Cubbage would like to thank all of the staff that made this compliance score possible and is proud that our jail facility is clean, well maintained and in 100% compliance with the strenuous Virginia Department of Corrections Standards. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations! Great job to the staff and their continued efforts to maintain a secure and safe facility for everyone!

Great job to the entire staff!

Thanks for making the county look good with another 100%. You and your staff are awesome.

Great job! Congratulations!

Wow, WTG, great accomplishment

Awesome job, keep it up

That is awesome! I know those standards are strenuous! Congrats !

Congratulations. I'm proud of all of you 👏👏

Congratulations. A fully merited recognition.

Great job!

Great job 👍

Awesome job!

Congrats!!

Congratulations!

Congratulations

Congratulations....

Congratulations

Congratulations!

Congratulations!!

Congratulations

Congratulations Chad Cubbage I am proud of you and your staff

Congrats

Congrats

Awsome job

Great!!!

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Blessings

Can I buy one of those patches?

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***VEHICLE UPDATE TO DEATH INVESTIGATION***

The 2019 Jeep Cherokee pictured is NOT an actual photograph of the vehicle we are searching for. However, it is the same year, make, model, and color as the jeep owned by Larry Johnson Little, JR., a person of interest, in the ongoing death investigation from 10/1/2019. The vehicle we are searching for has personalized VA license plate OSNAPS. If you see a vehicle matching this description please contact the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office at 540-459-6100, case agent Sgt. Kolter Stroop.
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Sending prayers to all family members, friends and coworkers.

Always in our hearts. ❤💚💜🧡💛💙🖤😥😥😥

Sorry, I just found out today. You're all in my Prayers !

Sending prayers to his family friends and co workers

Everything was beautiful about his life. You will be so missed. We loved you. Sending thoughts and prayers to all the family.

Prayer’s for family an all PCSD🙏🙏

Beings back memories. Me doing several end of watch announcements where I worked. RIP 417. Your brothers and sisters have it from here.

A very emotional service but seeing the love and support from the community and public servants was beyond words. Lots of tears. Continue to pray for the family and coworkers.

Prayers for all.

So sad i hate the last call i cryed when the tones dropped it bought back memories of the day we had to puthim in the ground. RIP 417 End watch here on earth and start in heaven... thank you for all you did!!

Prayers 🙏🙏 love you buddy 😘

Sooo Heartbreaking . Rip 417

Prayers for the entire family.

Goosebumps. May God comfort you, all.

Rest in peace #417. KEEP IT TRUE VA BLUE!

Praying for family

Prayers for peace and comfort!!

That is so sad Prayers for all

A an honorable life dedicated to protect and serve his community! He will be missed!

May you Rest In Peace Ray Ray! #417

Prayers to all 🙏🙏

So sad. I met him once while visiting my son. He seemed very sweet and my sympathies to his family, friends, and colleagues.

Gone but will never be forgotten!

Loved you Ray Ray

Prayers to all 🖤💙🖤

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While our department has had a rough week, we are happy to share something positive. Meet “URI”. He is our newest addition to our K-9 unit. He and his handler, Deputy Shane Turner are currently in training and he should be hitting the streets in a few weeks! We are excited to have “URI” joining us. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations Shane!

Welcome URI ! ! CONGRATULATIONS ALL ! !

Congratulations Shane

Congratulations Shane!!

Congratulations

Best of luck URI and handler!!! He's such a cute fella!!!!

Welcome to Uri. Lol. Nice pics of the back of this sweetheart. How about a face shot? He looks very strong and protective 🌸

Awesome news! Welcome URI!!

Congratulations

As always great proactive work Chad. Thank you!

Congratulations Officer Turner & URI

Welcome URI to the county. Beautiful addition.

Congratulations URI!!!!

Congrats Shane Turner! Good luck to you and URI! Love you brother! Stay safe fam!! 💕

Welcome URI, you are just Beautiful!

Awesome Cheyanne Fowler check out our new K9

Congratulations Shane Turner and Welcome Uri

Welcome URI! Ready to put you to work!

Congratulations Shane Turner and page county sheriffs office.

Awesome . Welcome URI .

Welcome URI and stay safe out there to both of you!

Beautiful dog. The guy’s not bad either.

Welcome Shane!!

Congrats Shane and Uri

Glad too see it

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Funeral Service Information for Deputy Raymond Leeth.

Service to be held Thursday, October 3, 3:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 116 Lakeview Drive, Woodstock, VA. Pastor Banks Swanson will officiate.

A celebration to be held immediately following from 4-6 at the Strasburg Moose Lodge, 572 Red Bud Road Strasburg, VA. 22657.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Page County Sheriff's Office Foundation P.O. Box 713, Luray, Virginia 22835.

Online condolences may be left at www.valleyfs.com Arrangements by Heishman Funeral Home Inc., Valley Funeral Service Branch, Edinburg.
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Funeral Service Information for Deputy Raymond Leeth. 

Service to be held Thursday, October 3, 3:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 116 Lakeview Drive, Woodstock, VA. Pastor Banks Swanson will officiate. 

A celebration to be held immediately following from 4-6 at the Strasburg Moose Lodge, 572 Red Bud Road Strasburg, VA. 22657. 

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Page County Sheriffs Office Foundation P.O. Box 713, Luray, Virginia 22835. 

Online condolences may be left at www.valleyfs.com Arrangements by Heishman Funeral Home Inc., Valley Funeral Service Branch, Edinburg.

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So sorry for your loss.God Bless all of you.🙏

So deeply sad and sorry for everyone's loss 💔😢 🙏

I am so 😐 sorry. Such a young life.

So sad. Sending prayers

Prayers

Still doesn’t feel real 😔 such a great guy with a big heart

RIP... ❣️

RIP

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Raymond Forrest Leeth, 29, of Strasburg, Virginia died September 26 in his home. Raymond was born in Fairfax, Virginia, to Karen and Gary Leeth. He was a 2008 graduate of Central High School, and attended Liberty University.

Ray was a Deputy Sheriff with Page County Virginia and a long time Emergency Room EMS Tech with Winchester Medical Center.

Ray loved what he did, took great pride in his work and enjoyed his coworkers, liked to make them laugh and smile. He was an excellent musician, liked auto mechanics, riding motorcycles, and was a true animal lover.

Ray had a beautiful belief in his social responsibility. He loved being a part of his community, and helping his fellow man and critters alike, this was his calling. Bringing comfort, and making family or friends smile and laugh is what made life meaningful for Ray; it showed in everything he did.

Raymond is survived by his Mother and Step-Father Karen and Ray Hoadley, Father and Step-mother Gary and Donna Leeth, Sister Rachel Leeth, Grandparents Donald and Kay Feeser and Fiance Kaitlyn Juergens.

Service to be held Thursday, October 3, 3:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 116 Lakeview Drive, Woodstock, VA. Pastor Banks Swanson will officiate.

A celebration to be held immediately following from 4-6 at the Strasburg Moose Lodge, 572 Red Bud Road Strasburg, VA. 22657.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Page County Sheriff's Office Foundation P.O. Box 713, Luray, Virginia 22835.

Online condolences may be left at www.valleyfs.com Arrangements by Heishman Funeral Home Inc., Valley Funeral Service Branch, Edinburg.
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Raymond Forrest Leeth, 29, of Strasburg, Virginia died September 26 in his home. Raymond was born in Fairfax, Virginia, to Karen and Gary Leeth. He was a 2008 graduate of Central High School, and attended Liberty University. 

Ray was a Deputy Sheriff with Page County Virginia and a long time Emergency Room EMS Tech with Winchester Medical Center. 

Ray loved what he did, took great pride in his work and enjoyed his coworkers, liked to make them laugh and smile. He was an excellent musician, liked auto mechanics, riding motorcycles, and was a true animal lover. 

Ray had a beautiful belief in his social responsibility. He loved being a part of his community, and helping his fellow man and critters alike, this was his calling. Bringing comfort, and making family or friends smile and laugh is what made life meaningful for Ray; it showed in everything he did. 

Raymond is survived by his Mother and Step-Father Karen and Ray Hoadley, Father and Step-mother Gary and Donna Leeth, Sister Rachel Leeth, Grandparents Donald and Kay Feeser and Fiance Kaitlyn Juergens. 

Service to be held Thursday, October 3, 3:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 116 Lakeview Drive, Woodstock, VA. Pastor Banks Swanson will officiate. 

A celebration to be held immediately following from 4-6 at the Strasburg Moose Lodge, 572 Red Bud Road Strasburg, VA. 22657. 

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Page County Sheriffs Office Foundation P.O. Box 713, Luray, Virginia 22835. 

Online condolences may be left at www.valleyfs.com Arrangements by Heishman Funeral Home Inc., Valley Funeral Service Branch, Edinburg.

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He was an amazing person. During my fight with addiction I spent 10 months in Page county jail from march to December 2017. He was a officer for the Jail. He was actually very approachable and truly cared about the inmates well being. My heart is heavy for this loss of an amazing man. My heart goes out to the family and everyone else that Leeth made an impact on in his life. 💙🙏🏼🇺🇸

I am so sorry for your deep loss. My heart, prayers and thoughts go out to the entire family and friends.

So sad. His future was always so bright. Great person to everyone. He will be missed and stay in our memories forever.

So very sorry for your loss,sending prayers

Gary, so sorry to see this post about Raymond. My condolences, and prayers for you and your family!

Prayers of to all of you missing this amazing young man.

Gary my friend, I am sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

R.I.P. Thank you for your service and sacrifices. Prayers for his blue and blood families.

I had no idea, such a loving and sweet guy! My family has had the pleasure of his expertise through WMC many times. Prayers for his family, friends and coworkers.

Can't believe that u r gone. It was an honor and privilege to know you. Always enjoyed the times you came to visit Chet and me. RIP brother thank you for your service and devotion to duty we'll take it from here

Wow. Life cut way too short. Prayers and condolences for family, friends, and all that knew and loved him.

With heartfelt sympathy to the family

My heartfelt condolences 2 the family,co-workers and friend's , may God comfort each of u and grant u all his peace .Thank God 4 His service.R I P

Prayers to family

May God hold his family close to his side at this very difficult time,Prayers🙏

Miss see you at work prayers out to his family

Prayers for family and friends,Ray was an amazing person and will be greatly missed ❤️

Rest easy Ray. Thank you for always keeping me company and being my buddy! You are greatly missed.

So sorry to hear of this loss. Thoughts/Prayers to his family & the department.

Rest In Peace Brother #417 We will miss you Buddy.

Oh no he was in my wedding as a guest seater. Prayers going up for all

Sending prayers to family & friends, a life gone to soon

So sorry to hear about the deaf of this officer.God bless his family and all his coworkers.And page county sheriff's office.

R.I.P Brother. Prayers for you and your family. God Bless.

So sorry, prayers for the family, fellow men and women in blue!

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Thanks to everyone for the thoughts, prayers and outpouring of love shown during the loss of our friend and fellow officer. Ray was always wanting to make sure others were having a good day. He would try to make a bad situation good. In his honor, we ask that you do something nice for someone. A random act of kindness, a smile, a hug or just a handshake. We never know what someone is going through. That random act may be the key to change someone’s outlook on life. While we as a department grieve and cope with the loss, we also move forward with a mindset that tomorrow is not guaranteed. We will do our best while we are here, to honor the person that we come to know as a kind and gentle soul. We will do our best to conduct ourselves as Ray did and always remain humble and kind.

Funeral arrangements are still pending.
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Thanks to everyone for the thoughts, prayers and outpouring of love shown during the loss of our friend and fellow officer. Ray was always wanting to make sure others were having a good day. He would try to make a bad situation good. In his honor, we ask that you do something nice for someone. A random act of kindness, a smile, a hug or just a handshake. We never know what someone is going through. That random act may be the key to change someone’s outlook on life. While we as a department grieve and cope with the loss, we also move forward with a mindset that tomorrow is not guaranteed. We will do our best while we are here, to honor the person that we come to know as a kind and gentle soul. We will do our best to conduct ourselves as Ray did and always remain humble and kind. 

Funeral arrangements are still pending.

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My thoughts and prayers goes out to his family and friends

May God comfort each and everyone that knew and loved him.......continue prayers for all 🙏🏼

Prayers for all who was acquainted with/and worked with him, and to the family.

Sending prayers to his family and friends.

Prayers for all of his family, friends and co-workers.

I'm so sorry to hear this, I knew Ray Ray at Greenfield Assisted living, he was a very kind and caring young man, this is such a lose for the many people that have ever had the pleasure of knowing him. RIP Ray Ray

So very sorry for the loss of your fellow officer and friend. Condolences also for his family. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

Prayers 🙏🏽 God bless the family

Prayers for his family and co-workers. So sorry to hear.

Prayers for the family. He really treated my daughter with the upmost respect Monday morning in her first accident. He really tried to make a bad situation for her and make her feel that everything was gonna be OK. God bless

Prayers and comfort to all.

That was so kindly said. And all very true. He was a great example to follow. This was such a tragic and heartbreaking loss for anyone that ever met him. RIP Ray.

RIP,,,,Prayers for everyone.

Prayers for the family

So sad. Prayers for his co workers and his family.

Thoughts and prayers for family, friends and co-workers.

Prayers for all.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all and the family

Prayers to everyone who knew him..so sad

Prayers for all who knew him

So sorry to hear this. 😢My thoughts & 🙏are with each member of Page County Sheriff's Office, their friends & family. Also for Officer Ray's family. May God bring healing to all of you at this time. 🇺🇸 💕👮‍♂️🚔🚓

Prayers for all

Sending prayers to all

Sending prayers.so sad

Sending lots of prayers

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Prayers and condolences to family & friends R.I.P

Prayers for his family, fellow officers and co-workers.

This is so sad. Prayers for the family and Sheriff's Department.

Prayers for family and friends, you were so very special to me RIP my friend ❤️

Deepest condolences to his family and his L.E. family.

Prayers and condolences to family and friends. Rest in Peace.🙏

Prayers and Condolences too his family and all the ones who k we and Loved him R.I.P 417

prayers for his family and co- workers

Prayers to family and fellow officers.

Prayers for the family

Prayers and Condolences to the Family

May God have your hand and lead you home to the place that you will rest and watch over us down here and protect us from heaven. Sending strength to those that you have left behind with a broken heart.

Deepest condolences great man we will all miss him

Rest in Peace! Praying for family

Thoughts and prayers to all

Thoughts and prayers🙏

Prayers for all🙏

Thoughts and Prayers for all who knew him.... 🙏🙏🙏

Prayers 🙏🏻🙏🏻

Prayers 🙏

Prayers 🙏

Prayers! 🙏

Praying for all those affected

GOD BLESS 🙏

Prayers.

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With heavy hearts, we regret to inform you of the sudden and unexpected death of Page County Deputy Raymond Leeth. Deputy Leeth began his career with the Page County Sheriff’s Office in April of 2016, where he was assigned to the jail division.
In 2018, Deputy Leeth was selected to fill an animal control position within the patrol division. He attended the Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Academy, graduating with BLE Class # 138 in November of 2018, where he affectionately and jokingly earned the nickname “Lethal Weapon.” Deputy Leeth served as a daylight patrol officer with Animal Control being his primary responsibility.
Deputy Leeth was always polite, professional and respectful to those he had contact with. Deputy Leeth’s last shift was on Tuesday September 24, where he participated in the Alzheimer’s Fundraiser at Whispering Pines. He even took a turn at dunking Sheriff Cubbage in the dunking booth.
While we may have only known Raymond Leeth, the deputy, there are others who knew Raymond Leeth as a son, brother, grandson and friend. On the other side of the badge is a human. A human that shares the same feelings, heartaches and joy that everyone else feels. So while we as a department have lost a deputy, many have lost a friend.
Deputy Leeth passed from this life last night at his home. We ask that you keep the family, friends, relatives and co-workers of Raymond Leeth in your thoughts and prayers.

Arrangements will be posted once they are available.
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I served with him I Shenandoah County when I was with New Market Police Dept and at the PCSO. He was a fine Deputy and a tribute to his career. He will be greatly missed😢😢😢 Great sense of humor and a valiant warrior. May God rest his soul

So sorry to hear about the sudden loss. Prayers to the family and to the Dept.

So sorry to hear of the death of Ray Leeth. He was my pepper spray partner during SCSO Auxiliary Deputy training. I will miss you, my brother. May you rest in peace!

Rest in peace my Brother for you have surely earned it. Those you’ve left behind will hold the line from here. Prayers forthcoming for the family of this fallen hero, both Blood and Blue!

So Very Sorry To Hear This Keeping All In Our Thoughts And Prayers RIP Brother !!!

So sorry for your loss..sending prayers and deepest condolences to his family, his work family, and our community.

Gary and I want to thank all who have offered their prayers and condolences to us at this extremely difficult time. We are brokenhearted over Ray's unexpected death. We never thought we could experienced such anguish and despair. We feel we are only able to stand because we are being held up by love of friends. Thank you.

This is so sad. He was so nice. I litterly spoke with him the other day. What a loss. My condolences. Prayers for his close friends and family. 😢

So sorry for his family's loss as well as that of his law enforcement brothers and sisters. RIP Prayers for peace and comfort.

Sending prayers for his families, both blood and blue, during this unimaginably difficult time.

My condolences to the family and brothers and sisters in brown. God Bless!

My prayers are with his family...blood and blue. I’m so very sorry for your loss.

My heart goes out to his family and friends.

I am so very sorry. I can't imagine the pain, but you have honored him so beautifully in this post. May the department and his family feel comfort as the community wraps our arms around you. And may he rest peacefully. 💙

Sad to hear. Sudden passing. Prayers to the PCSO family.

So sorry for the loss within the community. I worked with him just Monday. Every time I've ever ran into him, he was always an ardent professional overwhelmingly positive and motivating. Prayers for family and friends, as well as the PCSO and local community.

Many heartfelt prayers. I just spoke with him a few days ago, he will definitely be missed.

Omg no!! I worked with him at RSW. He was such a sweet guy and really enjoyed what he did. He’s definitely going to be missed. Prayers for his family and coworkers! My heart breaks!!

Oh my goodness!! So sorry to hear of the loss of this young man! He always brightened a room when he walked into it!! He had such an amazing personality and a smile on his face!! He will he missed! Praying for his family and the police dept as well!!

Prayers to Deputy Leeth's Family and Friends as well as his Page County Sheriff's office Family. Rest Easy Brother we will take it from here!!! - Deputy David Lotts- Augusta County Sheriff's office!!!😥

So sorry to hear this. Prayers for his family and the entire sheriff's Department.God bless you all.

Ray was a good guy hard worker and an awesome band mate. He will be missed. Prayers and condolences to his family. You will be missed brotha!

Lifting his family ,coworkers, & friends up in prayer. So very heartbreaking.......RIP Deputy

We are so sorry to hear of this loss <3 prayers and love from Arlington County Animal Control to the friends, coworkers, and family of Deputy Leeth

So very sorry for his Law Enforcement family and his family and friends my thought and prayers are with all of you

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God bless you

My condolences to the dept

Prayers sent

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Prayers

prayers

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Prayers

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Who passed ?

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So terribly sad to hear of this. All our love and prayers are with his family, friends, and brothers and sisters in Blue 💙🖤💙✝️

Prayers to the family

Sincere heartfelt Sympathy to his Family

Y’all are in my thoughts and prayers.

Prayers

Prayer to all

Prayers

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oh no. what happened.

VSP feels your loss💔

Who passed away?

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If your civic organization, parenting group or church group would like to schedule a "Hidden in Plain Sight" program, please check out the flyer and contact the number so that we can schedule it. ... See MoreSee Less

If your civic organization, parenting group or church group would like to schedule a Hidden in Plain Sight program, please check out the flyer and contact the number so that we can schedule it.

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Yesterdays Dunk Tank Fun for raising money for The Alzheimer's Association at Whispering Pines Assisted Living

Sheriff Chad Cubbage and The Page County Sheriff's Office helped to raise money & awareness for Alzheimer's awareness.

Yesterday brought us all together to help fight for a cause that effects our community and all communities greatly!

*Come Join us for our Annual Page County Walk To End Alzheimer's October 5, 2019 @ Ruffner's Plaza @ 8:30 am to register and continue the fight for our loved onesYesterdays Dunk Tank Fun for raising money for The Alzheimer's Association at Whispering Pines Assisted Living

Sheriff Chad Cubbage and The Page County Sheriff's Office helped to raise money & awareness for Alzheimer's awareness.

Yesterday brought us all together to help fight for a cause that effects our community and all communities greatly!

*Come Join us for our Annual Page County Walk To End Alzheimer's October 5, 2019 @ Ruffner's Plaza @ 8:30 am to register and continue the fight for our loved ones
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Thanks to all of the men and women who serve their communities day in and day out!

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Thank you Chief Trout and the Dayton Police Officers! Thank you for keeping us safe! Prayers for all of you! 🙏

Thanks to all who serve.

Thank you all.

Thanks for all you do for us. God bless each and everyone of you.

Thank you all and God bless.

Thank you!!!! You are appreciated!!

Thank you for putting everything on the line for all of us. God bless.

Thank you - we truly appreciate you!

Thank you all for everything you do!

Thank you for your service

Thank you for your service.

Great presence by the PCSO at the PCHS/LHS football game last night! From smooth directing of traffic to a quick response to a physical and potentially dangerous altercation, all was handled professionally and safely by the officers. Thank you!!

a huge thank you and God bless!

Thank you!!!!

Thank you

Thank you.

Thank you

Thankyou for ur service, not everyone is cut out for that line of work. U are one of a kind

Thank you all for your service.. Prayers for all of you. May God Bless you and watch over you.

Thanks for all officers for all that you do keep us safe..

Thank you to everyone who protects us everyday

Thank you for keeping everyone safe you are a true hero

Thanks Mike Wagoner

Thanks Tim Foster 😁

Thank you for your service. 💗

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SRO’s at Page and Luray High Schools showed their school spirit today while directing school traffic. Sheriff Cubbage wishes both teams the best during tonight’s rivalry game and most of all, remember these times are some of the most fun and memorable times of your life! Have a great game! ... See MoreSee Less

SRO’s at Page and Luray High Schools showed their school spirit today while directing school traffic. Sheriff Cubbage wishes both teams the best during tonight’s rivalry game and most of all, remember these times are some of the most fun and memorable times of your life! Have a great game!Image attachment

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Love the school spirit!

Great presence by the PCSO at the PCHS/LHS football game last night! From smooth directing of traffic to a quick response to a physical and potentially dangerous altercation, all was handled professionally and safely by the officers. Thank you!!

Good luck guys

Go Page!!!

Go Bulldogs

Go blue

Bulldogs 🏈

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What a beautiful photo the background is one of Gods beautiful creations, love the in GOd we trust , and you are the men we trust to get the job done ,,, thank you for all you do

Thank you for your service!!!

Thanks for all you do! God bless you all!

great photo of you all! And love the In God We Trust on your vehicle!

Keep up the good work!

Great picture of our wounderful Sheriff Chad Cubbage thank you guys for all u do! And love the in god we trust on the vehicles!!!

Great photo!!

Beautiful backdrop!

Love it

David H. Cox Fred Gregory

Thanks for the stickers and sign !!

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Check out the 2019 Fall Triad Conference information!

The Page County Sheriff’s Office has received multiple calls for vehicles being burglarized. These incidents are not isolated to one particular area of the county. Please ensure that your vehicles are locked and valuables are secured. Increased patrols will be taking place. If you notice any suspicious activity in your neighborhood or suspicious persons, please contact the Page County Sheriff’s Office at 540-743-6571 or if it is an emergency call 911. ... See MoreSee Less

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Around 2 months ago, I was 1 of 6 people whose cars were vandalized. The sheriffs office did their job and arrested them. For that I am appreciative. But since then, nothing more has been mentioned of it. Like it never happened. All I know is that 1 adult and 2 juveniles from Shenandoah county had been apprehended. Channel 3 news had covered it in the beginning and not one mention in our local paper! No name released of the one adult who was arrested. Nothing. I'm not holding my breath on the court to do anything with them much less restitution for the damages caused. Nope, a tap on the wrist and they walk out of the court house laughing all the way home.

Thank you for all the patrols you do and all the interest you show in the citizens of Page County.

Land of Shenandoah we had a pressure washer walk right off our deck last month.

It happened in elkton as well. Last Wednesday night.

Thank you for all you do - we truly appreciate you 💕

Be nice to know what area.

Keep your doors locked.Probably teenagers.which mean's no justice.If adult's plea deal

Been happening in Luray for months. This is just now making news? 🤦🏼‍♀️

Hit my neighborhood last night

Better hope a Cop catches them in the act and I don’t. Just sayin.

No Ring cameras?

Maybe it’s the homeless problem we have in Shenandoah?

I hope these stupid thugs go down soon! I just saw where they hit Hilldale subdivision last night.

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Today we remember.

Eighteen years have passed but we will never forget.In order to showcase what I can do for your next event, I put together a 9/11 Memorial video featuring live footage, voice clips and pictures from before and... ... See MoreSee Less

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No we will. Not never forget.prayers.

So sad!

No NEVER prayers

For sure

No we will never forget

Never forget

None of us should EVER forget ☹️

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Check out this training available to all first responders and anyone in the public who is interested in attending. This training is free and is sponsored by the Page County Farmer's Association! ... See MoreSee Less

Check out this training available to all first responders and anyone in the public who is interested in attending. This training is free and is sponsored by the Page County Farmers Association!

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Excellent ! this is so important , kudos to the Page County Farmers for holding this training 🙂

Great training, every rural town should offer this!!!!

Age requirements please

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THIS FRIDAY !!

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Great idea.

Awesome

Congratulations to Investigator Kenneth Boyd for completing the DCJS General Instructor course at the Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Academy last week. As a general instructor, Investigator Boyd can return to our regional academy and instruct in various law enforcement topics. There is a recertification requirement that has to be met every two years, in order to maintain instructorship. ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to Investigator Kenneth Boyd for completing the DCJS General Instructor course at the Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Academy last week. As a general instructor, Investigator Boyd can return to our regional academy and instruct in various law enforcement topics. There is a recertification requirement that has to be met every two years, in order to maintain instructorship.

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CONGRATULATIONS! I went through that as well and that is no easy task

Congratulations Kenneth 🙂

Congratulations, Kenneth!!

Congratulations well done.

Congratulations Kenneth

Congratulations,Kenneth!

Congrats Kenny

Congratulations

Congratulations!!!👏

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations!

Congratulations

Congratulations!

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations!

Congratulations

Congratulations!

Congratulations

Congratulations

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Sheriff Chad Cubbage announces a new partnership with Page One. The Page County Sheriff’s Office recently partnered with Lois Shaffer, manager of Page One, in an effort to help provide families in need with homes for their pets. This was accomplished at no cost to the taxpayers, as all of the materials were donated and the inmate work detail built the houses. Page One will be distributing the homes to families at their office. ... See MoreSee Less

Sheriff Chad Cubbage announces a new partnership with Page One. The Page County Sheriff’s Office recently partnered with Lois Shaffer, manager of Page One, in an effort to help provide families in need with homes for their pets. This was accomplished at no cost to the taxpayers, as all of the materials were donated and the inmate work detail built the houses. Page One will be distributing the homes to families at their office.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Awesome thought ! BUT I hope animals rights are enforceful bc too many animals are chained outside 24/7 and often just another piece of property thats neglected

Maybe there should be a program that gives pet food out also. And pay for some vet care ( vet could discount price) I think pets are family and should live inside with you. Not chained up outside in hot and cold weather and maybe get interaction once a day when feed

Good job Chad and Lois!

How wonderful!!!!! Thank you for blessing these families!

Great work Chad and Lois!

This is wonderful for the pets in that county.

That is a wonderful thing....

That is so awesome!

That is a great program !!!!!

Great Job

Thank u for thinking about the pets

This is awesome. Great contribution from PCSO Inmate Work Detail too.

This is great! Not only taking care of our citizens in need but giving something worthwhile to participate in to the inmate work detail.

That is awesome.💘👍❤

Absolutely the greatest idea ever! Thank you for helping the furrbabies in need!❤ now, if you could get some straw donated, they would be ready for the winter months!❤❤❤ stuff them well.

Great news!

Matt I think it's a plug for Page One. The Sheriff's Dept is a huge help to Page One. This was a great way to show their help.

Thank you Chad Cubbage for all your hard work and all you have done for our county.

That is so nice Thank you

This is great!!

Great idea!

That was AWESOME!!!!

Great ...!!!!

U do so much for the people thank you

That’s really nice! ❤️

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Our administrative offices will be CLOSED Monday September 2, 2019 in observance of Labor Day. The office will re-open at 8am on Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019. ... See MoreSee Less

On August 29, 2019 Deputy Rob Marshall SRO at Springfield Elementary School, administered the Heimlich maneuver on a Kindergartner, who was choking on a grape. Deputy Marshall administered four abdominal thrusts and was successfully able to dislodge the grape.

All of our sworn staff are CPR/AED/First Aide/NARCAN certified and receive re-certification training every two years. It is important that we certify our staff in these simple yet crucial life saving measures.

We are glad that Deputy Marshall was able to assist the student and we are happy to report that the child was okay after this scary experience. A job well done to Deputy Rob Marshall!
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Wonderful job.I am sure the family is very thankful for job well done.

Great job! Thank you!

Our boys absolutely love Deputy Marshall, he's such a blessing to our school!

As a mom of 3 and 2 in school...our RO in Shenandoah Co is my kid's favorite person at school. They are such great roll models and true heroes in emergencies. 🖤💙🖤

Thank goodness! Great job!

Thank you for looking out for all of our children!

Job well done, Deputy Marshall! Thank you! God Bless! 🙏

Thank you so much, Deputy

Thank you, Deputy Marshall, for keeping our children safe while at school!

Thank you and great job!

Awesome, I did it last year in my classroom. God was with me in that moment.

Thank you, Deputy Marshall!

Awesome!! Thank you for always looking out for our kids! 🙏🏻

Thank you and great job

Awesome job Deputy !

Great job Rob!

Thank goodness he was there and aware! Thank you Deputy!! I will be cutting grapes till my little graduates.

Awesome job Deputy Marshal! A wonderful hero🤗🤗

Thank god for him saving this child’s life. 🙏🏻

Thank you, Deputy Marshall, for taking quick action and using your training effectively!

Awesome job Rob 🙂

Excellent work Deputy Marshall! Glad you were there to be able to help.

God Bless you Deputy Marshall

It is nice to see recognition where it is deserved. Although this is part of the job, no one ever wants to have this happen. Thanks to Deputy Marshall, you saved a life!

Thank you for being there Deputy Marshall u saved a little life. 💙

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Next Friday!!

Inmate Garden potato harvest. The garden is winding down for the season. ... See MoreSee Less

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Some good food came out of that garden,thats wonderful!☺

This is a wonderful project and produces healthy food.

I agree this is a wonderful project.great job.

Good job!!!

Awesome!!!

I love this. I simply love this. Everyone deserves a chance and an oppertunity for positive change and I think Page County is the best for giving this oppertunity. I believe everyone all areas need to do this. There isnt enough help if any to help people create change. We need to do more to help.

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Sheriff Cubbage would like to extend his thanks to the following agencies for assisting with the search last night and this morning;

Luray Fire Department
Page County Emergency Management
Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office
Frederick County Sheriff’s Office
Shenandoah County ECC
Virginia State Police
Fairfax County Police - Fairfax 1 Helicopter
Virginia Department of Emergency Management
Virginia Radio Cache - Jim Junkins
Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries
Blue and Gray Search Team
Piedmont Search and Rescue

These agencies made the search a success! Thank you all!
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A Community at itʻs best. God Bless All.

My hat is off to you ALL! Great job! Fabulous ending to a scary situation....you’re rocking this!

Thank God!!!! And thank u all for ur service!!!!...Is he ok?!

Thanks to all who helped in this search!!!!

The word Team means Together each accomplices more. You all did a great job .Glad you found him safe.

Thanks to all ...

Thank you all goof Team work.God bless you all.

I give my thanks to everyone God bless

Good job

Thank u!

Oh wow! So glad he was found.

Did they find him and where at

If you ever need someone who can run 20 miles just come find me

😀😀😊😊😊❤❤❤

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The missing child on Kennedy’s Peak has been located and is safe. Crews are working to extricate him from the trail. ... See MoreSee Less

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Glad he was found safe.good job Page county.Thank you Jesus for everyone that helped

Glad he was found safe. Praise God 💙❤️

So thankful he is found

Everyone’s prayers worked

Thank GOD glad he is safe. Awesome job everyone. 🙏🙏

So glad to hear praise God!!!

Oh praise God glad he's been found safe

Thank God for him and his family and for all that took time to search great job ❤

So thankful he is safe.Also to all who helped to find him so easy to just say hope they fine him but someone’s has to go and do it thankful for these people who never hesitate they just move forward a job well done.God bless you all.

Glad he is safe and great job Page County

Thank God he’s safe!!!

Thank God for all who helped.

Thank you also to the page county sheriff's Dept.

Thank god! Thank you all!!!!

Thank God!!

thanks for all the hard work...glad he is safe

Thank God and all that helped in the search for a successful recovery.

Thank you Lord

Thank you God,and all of you. Thank you for sharing.

That’s great . Praise god .

Glad he is found safe

Does Page County have Project Lifesaver? Please equip this child with Project Lifesaver. 💙

Thank you!!

Way to go guys

And not hurt?!

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******* UPDATE*******

The missing child has been located and is safe. Crews are working to get him out of the trail.

Page County Sheriff’s Office is working a search for a missing child with autism in the area of Kennedy's Peak. Collin Branch is a 12 year old white male with dirty blonde/brown hair and was last seen wearing a grey Under Armor polo, gray shorts, and black and white shoes with red accents. Please check waterways, pools, outbuildings, animal pens, farm equipment, vehicles, etc. Dial 911 immediately if you have any information.

Additional resources from the Virginia Department of Emergency Management Search and Rescue Teams have been requested and are enroute or on location, including K9’s, ground searchers and aircraft.
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******* UPDATE*******

The missing child has been located and is safe. Crews are working to get him out of the trail. 

Page County Sheriff’s Office is working a search for a missing child with autism in the area of Kennedys Peak. Collin Branch is a 12 year old white male with dirty blonde/brown hair and was last seen wearing a grey Under Armor polo, gray shorts, and black and white shoes with red accents. Please check waterways, pools, outbuildings, animal pens, farm equipment, vehicles, etc. Dial 911 immediately if you have any information.

Additional resources from the Virginia Department of Emergency Management Search and Rescue Teams have been requested and are enroute or on location, including K9’s, ground searchers and aircraft.

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I live in the area and drove past Kennedys Peak this morning on my way to work, I’m wondering why no Amber Alert was issued? I hate to think that I could’ve been keeping an eye out for this boy while in the area.

Thank you all.so glad he was found safe.prayers .

Thank god he was found safe .. prayers for him and his family!

Prayers for him!!!

Thank you Lord for this young boy being found and safe. Thank you too Lord for all the hard work of all searching for him.🙏🙏

Thank you God for letting him be found safely....

Glad he was found safe and it was a happy ending!

Thank the Lord he is safe and thanks to all the crews that worked so hard to find him ♥️

Glad he was found safe !

Thank God he has been found.

Glad to hear he has been found safe..good job to those searched for him

Thank God he was found

Thank God that he's been found,, safe and not harmed.

Praying for you and your family

Prayers for missing boy 👦

god is good! 🙏🏻 glad he's safe

Prayers for this child and his family

Prayers he is found safe.

Prayers for him to be found safe

Prayers he is located safe and for his family

Prayers that’s he found safe

Prayers answered!

Great job. Thank you searchers and rescuers.

Prayers that he is found same. Prayers for the family at this time.

Thank the Lord

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

Thank you! Be safe!

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

. 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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Great job guys!

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

Wonderful job guys.

Good job guys..

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

Love our officers!

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

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

Amen great job guys

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.

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

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.

So good to see good!!!!!

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

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

Awesome!

Just the good ole boys

That's how they roll! 👍😎

How sweet

Price less!!

Daniel Hinegardner

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2 months 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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2 months 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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2 months 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 😂

Like the picture.

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

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

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

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

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

Great pictures, thanks for what everyone did this weekend.

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

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! ❤

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

Your presence was obvious, thank you for that it was great experience for me and my wife from PA

Very nice photos

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??

Good pictures

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

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

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!

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 ❤)

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!

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!

WHAT! No Leonidas in the pictures?

Ryan Rakow Rebecca Weigle for your all 😂

Thank you all, for all you do!

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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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Didn't realize all these apps were available. Thankyou for sharing.

Thank you! Be safe!

Lynn Renee Anderson

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Art taking a break at National Night Out last night!

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Hes a pretty dog!

2 months 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 her family, friends and co workers. So sad.

Prayers for all and the families

Prayers for the family

Sending prayers for all RCSO

Prayers for the family

Prayers for all

Prayers for her family

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

RIP prayers

Sending prayers.

Prayers

Prayers.

Prayers

Prayers 🙏

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God bless

Thank you

RIP , 🙏🙏🙏🙏😪😪😪

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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

Melissa Robertson let's all go

2 months 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!

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

Happy Summer!

Thank you guys

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

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

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

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. 😀

Thank you for all you do for the children

It was a assum week, for every one

Looks like fun.

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2 months 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!

Great camp for the kids

What fun for everyone!

Lots of smiles! Keep posting.

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 months 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

Check out these upcoming PACA sponsored events!Image attachment

3 months 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 months ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

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Page County Sheriff's Office

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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

How can we sign kids up for this in upcoming year

Cassey L Whiteside

Cassey L Whiteside James Whiteside

Patty Secrist 😂

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Summer Youth Camp 2019 has begun! ... See MoreSee Less

Summer Youth Camp 2019 has begun!

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

Make good memories!

Excellent. Keep posting!

Have a great time and be safe

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

Have a great week guys and gals!!!

Prayers for a safe week

Awesome group

Have a great time

Have fun be safe

enjoy

Can't wait to see you all Tues

Have fun

AMEN!

Have fun Kayli Pennington!

Megan McCoy

Kenneth Boyd Lindsey Hunsberger Kelly Butler

Jenny Rae Bracken

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.

3 months 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 news. Have been on lookout for him on Woodland Pk.

Hooray!👍❤

Great

Awesome

He's home! Yay!

So glad he is home

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

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.
@1545-RCFA1
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