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Happy Father’s day

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

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

4 days ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

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

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great job

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it sure does look nice

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

Great job

Looks beautiful!!

Looks great

Looks Good

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

~ Harry S. Truman

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

~ Harry S. Truman

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

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

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

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

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

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Prayers

Prayers for all 😪

From Sheriff Cubbage and the men and women of the Page County Sheriff’s Office, Congratulations to the Luray & Page County High School Class of 2019! We wish you a bright and successful future! ... See MoreSee Less

From Sheriff Cubbage and the men and women of the Page County Sheriff’s Office, Congratulations to the Luray & Page County High School Class of 2019! We wish you a bright and successful future!Image attachment

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Congratulations to our next generation

Sheriff Cubbage would like to announce that the Page County Sheriff's Office has been awarded a $5,000 Virginia Rules Grant through the Office of the Attorney General to assist with the accommodation of the Youth Summer Camp for 40 youth applicants. More information on the Summer Youth Camp will be coming in the near future! Stay tuned! ... See MoreSee Less

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Fantastic. I sponsor each year because it is a terrific program.

Wonderful!! Would love to have my son be a part of that!!

How old do the kids have to be to go to this?

My son did was a part of the youth camp last year and it was the best week of his summer! This is the best program for page county kids that I have seen yet! And all of the officers involved do this for our kids because they truely enjoy it not because they have to which makes it so much better! Thanks to everyone involved in this program for our kids!

That is great!

Is this based on a Families ability to pay or free to the 40 campers?

My daughter went last year and she loved it and had so much fun .

Ashley Leggettsee can you get Austin in it.

How old do they need to be for youth camp. Have a 6 year old

Mario Retrosi

Kori Hannah for Jordan?

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I always wear my seatbelt. It is foolish not to. But somebody tell me why it is the business of government to enforce this behavior. A waste of time.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the men and women of the Warren County Sheriff's Office and the family of former Sheriff Daniel McEathron. ... See MoreSee Less

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Good individual and really helped the community in a lot of ways. Prayers.

Prayers for both his family and his work family! 💙

Prayers for his family and his fellow officers.

Prayers for his family and Fellow Officers!💙🙏🏻

Prayers for his family, coworkers and friends.

He was a really good man. My he rest in peace. Prayers for the family

Prayers for his family 🙏

Prayers 🙏🙏🙏

Prayers... 💔💔💔

Prayers

prayers

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Did you know??

Many places in the U.S. claim to be the first to celebrate Memorial Day, but there's only one small town officially identified as the birthplace. In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed legislation stating that Waterloo, New York, is the originator of Memorial Day in the U.S. The town first observed a day to remember fallen soldiers on May 5, 1866.

We pause to remember those who have paid the ultimate price for our freedom!

We hope you have a safe and blessed Memorial Day Weekend!
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Did you know??

Many places in the U.S. claim to be the first to celebrate Memorial Day, but theres only one small town officially identified as the birthplace. In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed legislation stating that Waterloo, New York, is the originator of Memorial Day in the U.S. The town first observed a day to remember fallen soldiers on May 5, 1866.

We pause to remember those who have paid the ultimate price for our freedom! 

We hope you have a safe and blessed Memorial Day Weekend!

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I will always be a student of history , thank you for sharing

Congratulations to Deputy Logan Hull and Deputy Amber Brown that graduated from the 139th Basic Law Enforcement and 124th Basic Jail Officer sessions today at the Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Academy! Pictured is Captain Randall Williams, Deputy Logan Hull, Sheriff Chad Cubbage, Deputy Amber Brown, Major Pete Monteleone and Captain Jeremy Keyser. Both deputies will now move in to a field training program that will last 14 weeks. Field training expands on the skills learned in the basic academy with teaching individual department policy and procedure. ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to Deputy Logan Hull and Deputy Amber Brown that graduated from the 139th Basic Law Enforcement and 124th Basic Jail Officer sessions today at the Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Academy! Pictured is Captain Randall Williams, Deputy Logan Hull, Sheriff Chad Cubbage, Deputy Amber Brown, Major Pete Monteleone and Captain Jeremy Keyser. Both deputies will now move in to a field training program that will last 14 weeks. Field training expands on the skills learned in the basic academy with teaching individual department policy and procedure.

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Congratulations and welcome to the greatest dept there is

Congratulations to both new deputies. Enjoyed working with both during BLE Academy!

Congratulations I wish we had known. Your dad and I are Very proud of you.

Congratulations Logan Hull

Congratulations to both of you.

So proud of you amber congrats to u and Logan

Congratulations and welcome to the greatest dept there is

Congrats Logan and Amber. You’ll make a great addition to the staff! Thank all of you who protect and serve everyday. God bless. ❤️❤️

Congratulations Guys!

Amber Brown so proud of you sweetie xoxo

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!! Cannot wait for you all to come on board!!!

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!! Cannot wait for you all to come on board!!!

Congratulations. And thank you all for what you do.

Congratulations

Amber Brown so proud of you sweetie xoxo

Congratulations!

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Congratulations

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Congratulations!

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Our administrative offices will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2019 in observance of Memorial Day. We will reopen on Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 8:00am. ... See MoreSee Less

Our administrative offices will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2019 in observance of Memorial Day. We will reopen on Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 8:00am.

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Please be safe,everyone!

It's here

The following is a briefing from the National Weather Service Baltimore/Washington as of 6:00 AM Thursday, May 23rd.
Threats: Isolated to scattered severe thunderstorms capable of producing damaging winds and large hail
Timing: This afternoon and evening
Locations: Much of Maryland, the eastern Panhandle of West Virginia, as well as portions of Northern Virginia and the Washington D.C. metro area. Risk of severe weather increases as one heads northward, with highest risk along the PA border.
Overview and Impacts:
• Low pressure tracking across the northern Great Lakes today will usher in a cold front into the region this afternoon and evening
• Showers and thunderstorms will trigger ahead of and along the front this afternoon and into this evening
• A few of the thunderstorms may become severe with damaging winds and large hail being the primary threats
• Locations along extreme northern Maryland near the Mason Dixon Line have the greatest potential of seeing severe storms
• Further south, confidence in location and timing of the severe thunderstorm threat lessens as it will be dependent upon the progression of the cold front
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Happy National EMS Week! We thank all EMS providers out there that do so much for our communities. Thanks to the local volunteer EMS agencies and County EMS that both provide support and assistance to the Sheriff’s Office! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you all so much for all you do to keep us safe.

4 weeks ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

It's National Police Week. Today, we remember the fallen and honor those who are serving. In 2018, there were 163 Law Enforcement Line of Duty Deaths in the United States. 152 were males, 11 were females. The average age was 42 years old with the average tour of duty spanning 13 years and 2 months. There were also 28 Line of Duty K-9 deaths. So far in 2019, there have already been 41 Line of Duty Deaths across the United States. This week, if you see a police officer, remember that they are someone's father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. They are human! Thank them for what they do and the sacrifices they make for their communities. Through out the week, we will feature Deputies from the Page County Sheriff's Office. It's important for communities to know the officers that serve them!It's National Police Week. Today, we remember the fallen and honor those who are serving. In 2018, there were 163 Law Enforcement Line of Duty Deaths in the United States. 152 were males, 11 were females. The average age was 42 years old with the average tour of duty spanning 13 years and 2 months. There were also 28 Line of Duty K-9 deaths. So far in 2019, there have already been 41 Line of Duty Deaths across the United States. This week, if you see a police officer, remember that they are someone's father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. They are human! Thank them for what they do and the sacrifices they make for their communities. Through out the week, we will feature Deputies from the Page County Sheriff's Office. It's important for communities to know the officers that serve them! ... See MoreSee Less

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God bless our wonderful police and a huge thank you to them!

Thank you all for your commitment n service to our wonderful county! R.i.P to those who've lost their lives in the line of duty! 💙💙💙

God blessed all of you. Be safe.

Thank you

A Big thank you to each and every one in law enforcement for you dedication and service each day. God bless and keep each one safe every day.

Great job guys...I have your backs!!!! 🖤💙🖤

Thank you

Thank you for your service

A sincere thank you to each and every one of you who put your lives in danger to protect ours. God bless you and your families!!❤️❤️❤️

Thanks for your service 🙏

Thank you

Thank you all for your service.

Thanks for your service

Thank you all for your service

Thanks for All You do!! God Bless🙏

Thank you!

Thanks for all you do! God Bless you all!

Thank You!

Thank you for your service and stay safe.....

Thank you so much in helping to keep us safe!!!

Thank you so very much for your dedication and protection.

Thanks for your service!! God Bless all of you

Thank all of you for everything you do💛

Thanks from the bottom of my family's heart

Thanks to all law enforcement officers for you devotion, service and sacrifice. Stay safe and go home after your shift.

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As police week continues with today being PEACE OFFICER'S MEMORIAL DAY, we pay tribute to those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. Take just a few minutes to watch. Here are the nationwide Line of Duty Deaths for 2019 thus far;

Total Line of Duty Deaths: 42

Accidental 1
Automobile crash 5
Drowned 1
Duty related illness 1
Gunfire 18
Gunfire (Inadvertent) 1
Heart attack 5
Motorcycle crash 1
Struck by vehicle 7
Vehicular assault 2

Total Deaths by Month

January 10
February 11
March 8
April 7
May 6

Total Deaths by State

Alabama 2
Arizona 1
California 2
Colorado 1
Florida 2
Georgia 3
Illinois 4
Louisiana 1
Maine 1
Maryland 1
Minnesota 1
Mississippi 2
New York 1
North Carolina 1
Ohio 2
Oklahoma 1
Puerto Rico 1
Tennessee 3
Texas 3
Tribal Police 1
U.S. Government 3
Utah 1
Virginia 1
Washington 2
Wisconsin 1

Total Deaths by Gender
Male 39
Female 3

Statistics

Average age 42

Average tour of duty 12 years, 10 months

Total K9 Line of Duty Deaths: 5

Duty related illness 2
Gunfire 2
Gunfire (Inadvertent) 1Copyright Disclaimer: I DO NOT take ownership for the clips or the music used in this video. All rights belong to their respective owners. I beg you to suppo...
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Prayers for the families of the fallen and prayers for protection over the ones still serving. Thanks to all of you for your service. May God bless each of you.

Prayers for the families of the fallen and prayers for protection over the ones still serving. Thanks to all of you for your service. May God bless each of you.

God bless them all and also those currently serving. Pray for their safety!

May God be the families of the fallen ,& may God protect those out there protecting us .In Jesus name Amen

1 month ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

It's National Police Week. Today, we remember the fallen and honor those who are serving. In 2018, there were 163 Law Enforcement Line of Duty Deaths in the United States. 152 were males, 11 were females. The average age was 42 years old with the average tour of duty spanning 13 years and 2 months. There were also 28 Line of Duty K-9 deaths. So far in 2019, there have already been 41 Line of Duty Deaths across the United States. This week, if you see a police officer, remember that they are someone's father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. They are human! Thank them for what they do and the sacrifices they make for their communities. Through out the week, we will feature Deputies from the Page County Sheriff's Office. It's important for communities to know the officers that serve them! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you for all u do for our little towns and county u may not get all the thank you'd derive but u do an amazing job💙🖤👮‍♀️👮‍♂️

Thank you for all you do.

1 month ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

It's National Police Week. Today, we remember the fallen and honor those who are serving. In 2018, there were 163 Law Enforcement Line of Duty Deaths in the United States. 152 were males, 11 were females. The average age was 42 years old with the average tour of duty spanning 13 years and 2 months. There were also 28 Line of Duty K-9 deaths. So far in 2019, there have already been 41 Line of Duty Deaths across the United States. This week, if you see a police officer, remember that they are someone's father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. They are human! Thank them for what they do and the sacrifices they make for their communities. Through out the week, we will feature Deputies from the Page County Sheriff's Office. It's important for communities to know the officers that serve them!It's National Police Week. Today, we remember the fallen and honor those who are serving. In 2018, there were 163 Law Enforcement Line of Duty Deaths in the United States. 152 were males, 11 were females. The average age was 42 years old with the average tour of duty spanning 13 years and 2 months. There were also 28 Line of Duty K-9 deaths. So far in 2019, there have already been 41 Line of Duty Deaths across the United States. This week, if you see a police officer, remember that they are someone's father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. They are human! Thank them for what they do and the sacrifices they make for their communities. Through out the week, we will feature Deputies from the Page County Sheriff's Office. It's important for communities to know the officers that serve them! ... See MoreSee Less

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God bless our wonderful police and a huge thank you to them!

Thank you all for your commitment n service to our wonderful county! R.i.P to those who've lost their lives in the line of duty! 💙💙💙

God blessed all of you. Be safe.

Thank you

A Big thank you to each and every one in law enforcement for you dedication and service each day. God bless and keep each one safe every day.

Great job guys...I have your backs!!!! 🖤💙🖤

Thank you

Thank you for your service

A sincere thank you to each and every one of you who put your lives in danger to protect ours. God bless you and your families!!❤️❤️❤️

Thanks for your service 🙏

Thank you

Thank you all for your service.

Thanks for your service

Thank you all for your service

Thanks for All You do!! God Bless🙏

Thank you!

Thanks for all you do! God Bless you all!

Thank You!

Thank you for your service and stay safe.....

Thank you so much in helping to keep us safe!!!

Thank you so very much for your dedication and protection.

Thanks for your service!! God Bless all of you

Thank all of you for everything you do💛

Thanks from the bottom of my family's heart

Thanks to all law enforcement officers for you devotion, service and sacrifice. Stay safe and go home after your shift.

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1 month ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

It's National Police Week. Today, we remember the fallen and honor those who are serving. In 2018, there were 163 Law Enforcement Line of Duty Deaths in the United States. 152 were males, 11 were females. The average age was 42 years old with the average tour of duty spanning 13 years and 2 months. There were also 28 Line of Duty K-9 deaths. So far in 2019, there have already been 41 Line of Duty Deaths across the United States. This week, if you see a police officer, remember that they are someone's father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. They are human! Thank them for what they do and the sacrifices they make for their communities. Through out the week, we will feature Deputies from the Page County Sheriff's Office. It's important for communities to know the officers that serve them!It's National Police Week. Today, we remember the fallen and honor those who are serving. In 2018, there were 163 Law Enforcement Line of Duty Deaths in the United States. 152 were males, 11 were females. The average age was 42 years old with the average tour of duty spanning 13 years and 2 months. There were also 28 Line of Duty K-9 deaths. So far in 2019, there have already been 41 Line of Duty Deaths across the United States. This week, if you see a police officer, remember that they are someone's father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. They are human! Thank them for what they do and the sacrifices they make for their communities. Through out the week, we will feature Deputies from the Page County Sheriff's Office. It's important for communities to know the officers that serve them! ... See MoreSee Less

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God bless our wonderful police and a huge thank you to them!

Thank you all for your commitment n service to our wonderful county! R.i.P to those who've lost their lives in the line of duty! 💙💙💙

God blessed all of you. Be safe.

Thank you

A Big thank you to each and every one in law enforcement for you dedication and service each day. God bless and keep each one safe every day.

Great job guys...I have your backs!!!! 🖤💙🖤

Thank you

Thank you for your service

A sincere thank you to each and every one of you who put your lives in danger to protect ours. God bless you and your families!!❤️❤️❤️

Thanks for your service 🙏

Thank you

Thank you all for your service.

Thanks for your service

Thank you all for your service

Thanks for All You do!! God Bless🙏

Thank you!

Thanks for all you do! God Bless you all!

Thank You!

Thank you for your service and stay safe.....

Thank you so much in helping to keep us safe!!!

Thank you so very much for your dedication and protection.

Thanks for your service!! God Bless all of you

Thank all of you for everything you do💛

Thanks from the bottom of my family's heart

Thanks to all law enforcement officers for you devotion, service and sacrifice. Stay safe and go home after your shift.

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Reminder that the TRIAD conference is tomorrow! ... See MoreSee Less

Reminder that the TRIAD conference is tomorrow!

Sheriff Cubbage would like to say thank you to all of the Correction Officers out there, especially those at the Page County Sheriff’s Office. They are often working behind the scenes conducting many transports, court security details and providing jail/inmate security. Thanks for all you do! ... See MoreSee Less

Sheriff Cubbage would like to say thank you to all of the Correction Officers out there, especially those at the Page County Sheriff’s Office. They are often working behind the scenes conducting many transports, court security details and providing jail/inmate security. Thanks for all you do!

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They also help mentor, set example, to the lost... Thank you

Sheriff Cubbage and the staff of the Page County Sheriff’s Office would like to say THANK YOU to our teachers who invest so much in our children! They go above and beyond and don’t get near enough credit for what they do! Also a big THANK YOU to all nurses during National Nurses Week, especially to our nurses on staff at the Sheriff’s Office. Your dedication and your commitment to public service goes above and beyond. Have a great week! ... See MoreSee Less

Sheriff Cubbage and the staff of the Page County Sheriff’s Office would like to say THANK YOU to our teachers who invest so much in our children! They go above and beyond and don’t get near enough credit for what they do! Also a big THANK YOU to all nurses during National Nurses Week, especially to our nurses on staff at the Sheriff’s Office. Your dedication and your commitment to public service goes above and beyond. Have a great week!Image attachment

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Also a huge THANK YOU to the deputies who watch over the schools everyday to make sure our kids are safe... I Would like to personally thank Deputy Rob Marshall.. Who is the deputy at Springfield elementary school. He goes above and beyond to make ALL the children special. So THANK YOU MR.ROB.

Showers and possible thunderstorms are expected tonight into Sunday morning. Locally heavy rain is possible that could lead to flooding of small streams and creeks. One to two inches of rain are expected. #DCwx #MDwx #VAwx #WVwx ... See MoreSee Less

Showers and possible thunderstorms are expected tonight into Sunday morning. Locally heavy rain is possible that could lead to flooding of small streams and creeks. One to two inches of rain are expected. #DCwx #MDwx #VAwx #WVwx

FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM THIS EVENING THROUGH SUNDAY
MORNING...

The National Weather Service in Sterling Virginia has issued a

* Flash Flood Watch for portions of Maryland, The District of
Columbia, Virginia, and West Virginia, including the following
areas, in Maryland, Anne Arundel, Carroll, Central and
Southeast Howard, Central and Southeast Montgomery, Charles,
Frederick MD, Northern Baltimore, Northwest Harford, Northwest
Howard, Northwest Montgomery, Prince Georges, Southeast
Harford, and Southern Baltimore. The District of Columbia. In
Virginia, Arlington/Falls Church/Alexandria, Clarke, Culpeper,
Eastern Loudoun, Fairfax, Frederick VA, Greene, Madison,
Northern Fauquier, Northern Virginia Blue Ridge, Page, Prince
William/Manassas/Manassas Park, Rappahannock, Rockingham,
Shenandoah, Southern Fauquier, Stafford, Warren, and Western
Loudoun. In West Virginia, Eastern Pendleton, Hardy,
Jefferson, and Western Pendleton.

* From this evening through Sunday morning

* Widespread showers will develop this evening along with possible
thunderstorms and locally heavy rainfall is expected. Average
rainfall amounts will be between 1 and 3 inches with locally
higher amounts around 4 inches possible.

* Heavy rainfall in short periods of time may cause creeks and
streams to rapidly rise out of their banks along with the
potential for flash flooding in urban areas.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

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

You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action
should Flash Flood Warnings be issued.
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Emergency Management Officials:

Good morning. The following is a briefing from the National Weather Service Baltimore/Washington as of 5:05 AM Saturday, May 4th.

Threats and Timing: Locally Severe Storms late this afternoon and evening. Flash Flooding tonight into Sunday.

Location: Entire Area.

Overview and Impacts:

Low pressure will develop along a boundary late this afternoon into tonight before slowly moving offshore Sunday.

Showers are expected along with scattered thunderstorms. Rain will be locally heavy at times which may lead to flash flooding of small streams and creeks as well as urban areas. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for the Washington and Baltimore Metro areas as well as northern Virginia, central Maryland, and portions of the Potomac Highlands. Localized flooding is possible elsewhere as well.

Confidence has increased in regards to the potential of flash flooding.

Mainstem river flooding is possible Sunday into Monday, but confidence for this to occur is low at this time.
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The National Weather Service has issued a SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH for Page County until 10pm tonight, May 3rd. ... See MoreSee Less

The National Weather Service has issued a SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH for Page County until 10pm tonight, May 3rd.

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TRIAD Conference is next week!!

Sheriff Cubbage and the staff of the Page County Sheriff's Office would like to welcome Major Peter J. Monteleone as Chief Deputy.
Major Monteleone served as an Airman 1st Class, E-3 in the United States Airforce and holds a Liberal Arts Associates Degree from Lord Fairfax Community College. He started his law enforcement career in 1996 with the Stanley Police Department and served the town until January 2000 at which point he was appointed as a Narcotics Investigator with the Page County Sheriff's Office, sworn as a Special State Police Agent with the Northwest Regional Drug Task Force. From August 2000 to April 2012 Major Monteleone served as Police Chief for the Town of Shenandoah, Police Department. He then accepted the position as Police Chief (April 2012-June 2012) and Village Manager for East Palestine, Ohio from June 2012 to March 2019.
Major Monteleone says that he is "Full of excitement and optimism at this opportunity to come back to Page County to serve as the Chief Deputy for the Page County Sheriff’s Dept. I am Thankful to Sheriff Chad Cubbage for having faith in my abilities to carry out the duties involved with this position. I spent 20 years of my life in Page County and am very pleased to return to this wonderful area to serve the citizens. Over the last 7 years my experience as The Police Chief and Village Manager for the Village of East Palestine Ohio and the previous 16 years in Page County law enforcement has prepared me to take on the challenges that are ahead."
Welcome Major Monteleone!
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Sheriff Cubbage and the staff of the Page County Sheriffs Office would like to welcome Major Peter J. Monteleone as Chief Deputy. 
Major Monteleone served as an Airman 1st Class, E-3 in the United States Airforce and holds a Liberal Arts Associates Degree from Lord Fairfax Community College. He started his law enforcement career in 1996 with the Stanley Police Department and served the town until January 2000 at which point he was appointed as a Narcotics Investigator with the Page County Sheriffs Office, sworn as a Special State Police Agent with the Northwest Regional Drug Task Force. From August 2000 to April 2012 Major Monteleone served as Police Chief for the Town of Shenandoah, Police Department. He then accepted the position as Police Chief (April 2012-June 2012) and Village Manager for East Palestine, Ohio from June 2012 to March 2019. 
 Major Monteleone says that he is Full of excitement and optimism at this opportunity to come back to Page County to serve as the Chief Deputy for the Page County Sheriff’s Dept. I am Thankful to Sheriff Chad Cubbage for having faith in my abilities to carry out the duties involved with this position. I spent 20 years of my life in Page County and am very pleased to return to this wonderful area to serve the citizens. Over the last 7 years my experience as The Police Chief and Village Manager for the Village of East Palestine Ohio and the previous 16 years in Page County law enforcement has prepared me to take on the challenges that are ahead.
Welcome Major Monteleone!

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The perfect person for the job! PCSO is so very fortunate to have this highly qualified and experienced person join the team. Congratulations, Pete. Both the PCSO and the community are blessed to have you as the Chief and as a resident.

Pete Monteleone is a great guy, have known him all of my life, you all are lucky to have him. Good luck

God bless you all and keep you all safe! a huge thank you to all the police for all you've done!

Met this man many years ago, at an event we were both attending. I'm not close, or friends with him, but he was polite, welcoming, and friendly. Congratulations on the new addition!

Welcome back pete good luck in the new position

Welcome back Pete!!! Congratulations

Welcome home.

Welcome home Pete!!

Glad you all are back.

Do I like Him no I love the man. Great choice and Great leader like the Sheriff. Never forget the night he saved me from being shot with a rifle. A man doesn't forget something like that.

Welcome back to the area

Welcome back Pete!

Welcome back to the county Pete,I missed u

Congrats! A huge asset to the office and we look forward to working with him!

WELCOME BACK HOME!!!!!

Welcome home Pete we’re glad your back!!

He is a great man! will do a wonderful job!

Welcome back Pete

Welcome Back !

Welcome back☺️

You clean up pretty good!

Welcome Back

Welcome back!

Welcome back

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Sheriff Cubbage and the entire staff of the Page County Sheriff's Office would like to wish Major Phillip Baker the very best in retirement. As of today May 1, Major Baker is officially retired! We wish you great health and happiness in the next chapter of your life! Thank you for your service and dedication to the department and to the people we serve! ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations Major Baker.

CONGRATULATIONS Major

Congrats and thank you for your service

Thank you for your service to our community. Enjoy your retirement 😊

Congratulations Major Baker on your retirement

Congrats on the retirement and thank you for being a role model for many!

Best of luck to you

Congratulations!!! Best of luck to you and thank you for your service

May you enjoy your retirement for many many years to come. Thank you for all your years of service to the community.💕

Congrats 🎉. Thanks for your service

Congratulations on your retirement!

Thank you for your service!🇺🇸

Enjoy Retirement is Great

Happy retirement and God bless ❤️💙💚💜🧡thank you for your service

Congrats Major, you are going to missed. Your knowledge and dedication are attributes not easily found anymore. Best wishes for a stress free future!

Congratulations Phil

Congrats Maj Phil Baker! Many blessings on your retirement and future endeavors. You truly deserve every bit of it. Your leadership will truly be missed.

Enjoy retirement and thank you for your service.

Congratulations sir another great man

Happy retirement .

Congratulations and enjoy.

Big shoes to fill...CONGRATULATIONS

Happy retirement

Congratulations Phillip!

Congratulations Major Baker!

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The Page County Sheriff’s Office maintains a drug drop off bin, located in the Criminal Investigations Building at 315 W. Page Street. During the hours of 8am - 430pm Monday thru Friday, our lobby is open for your convenience, to drop unused or unwanted medications for disposal. No liquid medications or sharps are accepted. ... See MoreSee Less

The Page County Sheriff’s Office maintains a drug drop off bin, located in the Criminal Investigations Building at 315 W. Page Street. During the hours of 8am - 430pm Monday thru Friday, our lobby is open for your convenience, to drop unused or unwanted medications for disposal. No liquid medications or sharps are accepted.Image attachment

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K-9 Deputy Jared Thomas and his partner Art doing some training this past week. It’s important not only for the handler to maintain his skills, but also for the dog to maintain his! ... See MoreSee Less

Several Investigators completed CIT in April. CIT is training that is designed to improve the criminal justice and mental health systems and to help prevent inappropriate incarceration of individuals with mental illness. CIT gives officers the ability to see first hand the effects of mental illness and the appropriate steps to address subjects with mental illness. Sheriff Cubbage supports the CIT program and is proud to have officers within the department who have completed CIT, including Cpl. Jason Aleshire, who won CIT officer of the year in 2018. ... See MoreSee Less

Several Investigators completed CIT in April. CIT is training that is designed to improve the criminal justice and mental health systems and to help prevent inappropriate incarceration of individuals with mental illness. CIT gives officers the ability to see first hand the effects of mental illness and the appropriate steps to address subjects with mental illness. Sheriff Cubbage supports the CIT program and is proud to have officers within the department who have completed CIT, including Cpl. Jason Aleshire, who won CIT officer of the year in 2018.

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Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations

Definitely a good program!!

Jason Aleshire

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Our annual Easter egg hunt was held last weekend at the Ralph Dean Recreation Park in Luray. The weather was beautiful, the crowd was great and the kids had a blast! We would like to thank our partners in this great event, the Luray Police Department and the Town Of Luray for making this day possible. ... See MoreSee Less

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It was awesome

It was awesome

Congratulations to Sgt. Clay Nevitt for completing the DCJS General Instructor course at our regional academy last week! ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to Sgt. Clay Nevitt for completing the DCJS General Instructor course at our regional academy last week!

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Congratulations, Clay!!!!

Sheriff Cubbage would like to express his thanks and appreciation to the Administrative Professionals in our office. Much of their work is behind the scenes, but, is a vital part of our day to day operation. Pictured are (kneeling L-R) Tina Runyon, Office Manager, Emily Holder, Investigations Secretary and Evidence Custodian, (standing L-R) Tina Sumpter, Accreditation & Grants Administrator, Lisa Turner Administrative Assistant and Front Desk. These ladies keep us all in-check and we thank them for their service and dedication to our office. Happy Administrative Professionals Day! ... See MoreSee Less

Sheriff Cubbage would like to express his thanks and appreciation to the Administrative Professionals in our office. Much of their work is behind the scenes, but, is a vital part of our day to day operation. Pictured are (kneeling L-R) Tina Runyon, Office Manager, Emily Holder, Investigations Secretary and Evidence Custodian, (standing L-R) Tina Sumpter, Accreditation & Grants Administrator, Lisa Turner Administrative Assistant and Front Desk. These ladies keep us all in-check and we thank them for their service and dedication to our office. Happy Administrative Professionals Day!

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Thank you for your service to our community.

God Bless y'all for what you do behind the Scene. I'm so Glad you have been recognize to let our Community knows what's going on behind the scenes. Thank you

Thank you for being a part of keeping our community safe❣️

Thank you for all your hard work and efforts in keeping our community safe.

Happy Administrative Professionals Day!

Wonderful group of ladies!! They're hard working and outstanding at their jobs!!

Thank you for all you do !!

Great picture, y'all!

Thank you!

Thanks for all you do!!

Thanks

Good. Staff.

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Sergeant Stevie Owens recently provided a tour of the Page County Sheriff’s Office to Cub Scout Pack 55. Sergeant Owens spoke with the pack about the various divisions within the Sheriff’s Office and showed them some of our equipment. This is one of the many services that our Crime Prevention Unit offers. ... See MoreSee Less

Sergeant Stevie Owens recently provided a tour of the Page County Sheriff’s Office to Cub Scout Pack 55. Sergeant Owens spoke with the pack about the various divisions within the Sheriff’s Office and showed them some of our equipment. This is one of the many services that our Crime Prevention Unit offers.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Sgt. Owens is awesome. This is a great service offered to orgs/kids.

Great job with these kids they are the leaders of tomorrow!!

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Sheriff Cubbage and the Staff of the Page County Sheriff’s Office would like to wish each of you a very blessed Easter! Thank you for your prayers and support. ... See MoreSee Less

Sheriff Cubbage and the Staff of the Page County Sheriff’s Office would like to wish each of you a very blessed Easter! Thank you for your prayers and support.

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Thank you! Stay safe and thanks for your service.

Happy Easter to you all and stay safe

Happy Easter to you as well! Stay safe

Thank you, Happy Easter to all of you. Be safe out there. 🌻🕊🌷🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

Thank you for your service, hard work and dedication! Happy Easter everyone 🐇

Thank you and Happy Easter to all of you and your family as well

Thank you , Happy Easter to all.

Happy Easter.

Happy Easter to all

Happy Easter

Happy Easter to all ! 🙏

Happy Easter

Happy easter

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Tomorrow is the Big Day!

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Tina Renee Good

Kelly Broyles

Felicia Roberts

Stephanie Earles

Stacey Cave

So is this still happening tomorrow stanley postponed theirs til next Saturday I believe?

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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

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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

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

Sheriff Chad Cubbage is pleased to announce that today, 500 lbs of potatoes were planted at the Page County Sheriffs Inmate Garden. This is the third consecutive year for this project.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Awesome job and savings!!!!!

Good job Chad

Great job!!

Great job

GREAT JOB SHERIFF !!!!!!!!!!!!

Good job

Wonderful. That's the way all jails should do

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

Great job!

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

Fantastic!

Way to go Sheriff

I think all jails should do this to help on expenses and cut food costs at them

Spudtastic! 🙂

Suprised the ground is dry

Only thing I've ever read that he's done something good..

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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

Sheriff Cubbage would like to extend his thanks and appreciation to the men and women of the Page County Emergency Communications Center during National Public Safety Telecommunicators 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!

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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!
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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!Image attachment

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Awesome Deputy Thomas! Prayers to you and Art. Keep us safe❣️

Beautiful dog...good luck, Jared!

Congratulations great job Jared and Art

Congratulations

CONGRATULATIONS and GOD BE WITH YOU!!!

Always great to hear about a job well done congratulations

Great Job!

Congratulations

Congratulations

Great job, Jared.

Congrats!

Congratulations

Good job Art

Congrats

Beautiful, Art

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Congratulations Jared!

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Awesome job!

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Congratulations Jared!!!

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BriAnna Litten

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What a wonderful program!

Great idea!

Excellent program !

Awesome

Is Jimmy on work release ! 🤣🤣🤣

Mine needs plowed

That’s good

How much does this save the county?

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🔥🔥 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.
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Ah ok. I saw some ashes flying around wondering where it came from.

Sally Petty...in case you all are wondering.

Alex Johnson

Lynaya Grace lmfao found out what I was smelling through the house. 😂

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

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Great job olivia!!!

Such a great program. Glad to see it back.

Great job chad

Great job Livvy

Excellent job kids!!!

That’s good

Thank You!!

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. ❤️❤️

Awesome! ❤

Great job

Great job!

Aaron Rudy Dean

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Stephanie Earles

What if its raining on sat?

Where can we pick up a form?

Will there be printed ones at the egg hunt??

Sara, wanna bring Bray to this?

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Nicole Lucas

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

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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.

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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

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Way to go, proud of you all, God looks after his children.

Congratulations to LHS Forensics team! Public speaking skills will be a useful skill in your futures!

👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

Congratulations LHS

Congratulations to you all

That is AWESOME. Congrats LHS Forensics team!!

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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.
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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.

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Way to go! “CSI: Page County”‼️👍

Congratulations, Tim!!!!

Way to go Little Timmy.

Congratulations..so very proud of you..TIM

Congratulations Tim

Congratulations

Congratulations!!!

Congrats! Page co is lucky to have you!!

Congratulations!!!!!!

Congratulations!!!!

Congratulations !!

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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.

Sheriff Cubbage

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Camp Presentation with son.mp4
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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 !!

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.

How amazingly awesome! ❤

Keep up the good work Boss!

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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

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.

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Congrats, Chris!!!❤️❤️

CONGRATULATIONS CHRIS ! !

Congratulations Christopher !!

Congrats Christopher R. Molina

Congratulations Mr. Molina ☺️! We’re all proud of you.

Vickie Shifflett

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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

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!

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Your not driving them?

Good Luck Lady Panthers! Bring home a WIN!! 🏆

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

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Great Job Congradulations!

Wonderful!

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/
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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! 

https://nationalonlinesafety.com/resources/platform-guides/momo-online-safety-guide-for-parents/

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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

Thanks for sharing!!!

Thanks for sharing

Heather Kling Joey Shenk, Brittany Kling Jonathan Bosley, Sabrina Dawn Buracker, Regina Darlene St. Clair look at this.

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.

Thank you for sharing!

Melissa Jennifer John

Paige Pasternack. Watch out for this!

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..

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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.
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Sending deepest sympathy and prayers to all his family

Deepest Condolences Prayers 😢🙏

Prayers for comfort to everyone.

Sending thoughts and prayers to the family and friends.

Prayers for him and his family.

Prayers for family and friends 🙏🙏🙏

My family has always been close to this loving family. We sure will miss that smile and laughter.

So very sorry to hear this..prayers to Lori and 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.

Heartfelt Symphany and Condolence to his Family

Thoughts and prayers

Prayers for him and the family he was also my night school teacher great man

Condolences and prayers for family

So sorry for your loss. Prayers and God bless each of you .

Prayers for the family

He was a great man ... Our prayers are with the family !

Prayers of comfort for the family

Prayers for the family

Prayers for the family

Prayers for the family

Prayers for family

Prayers for family

He was a good man and will be missed by many. Sympathy to his family and friends.

Please accept my sincere condolences for him and his family. Thank you for your service. May God Bless all 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

Prayers for the family

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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

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.Image attachment

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We had a wonderful time with both of you

Debbie Byrd

** Update**

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.
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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.Image attachment

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EXCELLENT JOB LAW ENFORCEMENT

Wow Patty really? I hope it was worth it. smdh

I hope they had fun, because it's all over now.

YOU CAN RUN BUT YOU CAN*T HIDE !!!!!!!!!!!

Wow

Good job!

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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

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.

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Congratulations Chad Cubbage

Congratulations Chad Cubbage

Congrats. Chad Cubbage

Wow! Such a great honor. Congrats!!!

Wonderful Chad

Way to go Chad Cubbage! I know you will do a great job!

Congratulations Chad! Good job!

Congrats Chad Cubbage

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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.

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On Wednesday, Feb. 6th, Sheriff Cubbage enjoyed spending time with Darryl Haley and the kids at Stanley Elementary School. ... See MoreSee Less

On Wednesday, Feb. 6th, Sheriff Cubbage enjoyed spending time with Darryl Haley and the kids at Stanley Elementary School.

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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.
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The Page County Sheriffs 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!