Can you identify the woman in this photo, suspected of shoplifting from GO Calendars at Apple Blossom Mall? If so, please contact Ofc. Handl at 540-662-4131 and reference incident #19023321. Anonymous tips can be submitted through the P3 App or by calling 540-665-TIPS (8477). ... See MoreSee Less
If you're a Virginia Certified Officer looking to develop your career, are craving a locale that combines the best of small-town and big-city living, and are ready to serve a supportive community, then the Winchester Police Department is the department for you. Visit us online and browse through the Employment tabs for more information and links to our recruiter! winchesterpolice.org/... See MoreSee Less
The WPD is investigating property destruction of the Braddock Street Autopark. If you can identify this male, please contact the WPD at 540-662-4131 or submit an anonymous tip through Winchester Frederick Clarke Crime Solvers P3 App or hotline, 540-665-TIPS (8477). ... See MoreSee Less
Cue the harmonica - our Bike Patrol Squad is bad to the....bell? The WPD welcomes the bikers that will be in Winchester for the the Curves to Cores HOG Rally, held June 19-22! Residents, please be advised that there will be increased noise and traffic in some areas of the city. ... See MoreSee Less
"Your task will not be an easy one. Your enemy is well trained, well equipped and battle-hardened. He will fight savagely...I have full confidence in your courage, devotion to duty and skill in battle...." -Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, June 6, 1944
Today is the 75th anniversary of D-Day. The WPD salutes all of those who landed at Normandy in total sacrifice for freedom. ... See MoreSee Less
We are so excited to welcome the latest addition to the WPD family! This is Raff, and he is training to be an explosives detection K9 with Corporal Schraff. Please join us in welcoming him! ... See MoreSee Less
Winchester Police are attempting to locate a relative of Vivian Inabinett Baker, 74 years of age, of Winchester. Ms. Baker was originally from Washington,D.C. If you are a relative or know where we can locate one of her relatives, please contact Lt. Spishak at 540-545-4730 ext. 1033. ... See MoreSee Less
Dalton Scott, 28 years old, of the 500 block of N Loudoun Street, was arrested for motor vehicle theft after WPD officers responded to a report of a vehicle taken shortly after midnight on Miller Street. Through use of GPS, officers found Scott behind the wheel of the stolen car near Braddock and Leicester. ... See MoreSee Less
Victims have reported to the WPD that they have purchased gift cards, took photos of the cards, and sent the photos via email to scammers. Scammers will go to extreme means creating email addresses that look like they are coming from the victim's employer or co-workers. Don't fall victim. Check out this video and other great information from the Federal Trade Commission. ... See MoreSee Less
What a great morning at the Torch Run! We very much enjoy participating in this annual event and supporting our local athletes of the Area 13 Special Olympics Virginia-Winchester, Frederick & Clarke Counties www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8VZFzlsP24... See MoreSee Less
On Tuesday, June 4th, area law enforcement will participate in the Special Olympics Torch Run. Please expect delays if you are traveling south on Valley Avenue and Route 11 near the City of Winchester from 7:45 until 9:00 a.m. Thank you for your patience. If you see our WPD officers, please take a moment to wave at them In support of their efforts toward this great cause. ... See MoreSee Less
The Winchester Police Department is excited to welcome Fire and Rescue Chief Garrett to our community! Chief Piper and Deputy Chief Rice were in attendance to hear Chief Garrett's inspirational words to the men and women of the Fire and Rescue Department. We look forward to our continued teamwork in keeping the safety and quality of life for our citizens and visitors a priority. ... See MoreSee Less
As ride sharing services become increasingly popular in the city, be sure to follow these tips to ensure your safety: • Wait indoors for your ride to arrive • Confirm that the vehicle is the same make, model, and color as what is shown on the app • Ask the driver who they are picking up – not your name, not your ride • Ride in the backseat These tips and more can be found online at rmis.ucsf.edu/tips-stay-safe-while-ridesharing... See MoreSee Less
Are you doing your part to #CombattheCat? No matter where you park, no matter where you go, ALWAYS lock your vehicles (yes, even in your own driveway). Remember the WPD's slogan: Lock it Tight or Risk the Swipe!
Last year's North End Summer Kickoff was tons of fun. Be sure to swing by Frederick Douglass Park on Friday, June 7 from noon to 3 p.m. and enjoy free food, games, and fun with the Winchester Police and Fire and Rescue Departments! Challenge our officers to a game of basketball or cornhole. Chat with our officers in a fun and relaxed environment about what concerns you, or just get to know us! There will be activities for all ages and everyone is welcome. See you next Friday! ... See MoreSee Less
Today Chief Piper joined other City of Winchester leaders as they presented information about services and employment opportunities within the City to Handley High School students. ... See MoreSee Less
WANTED PERSON – Heidi Carbaugh is wanted by the Winchester Police Department for Felony Embezzlement. If you have information on her whereabouts, please contact the Crime Solvers Hotline at (540) 665-TIPS (8477), submit a tip on the P3 App or go to www.p3tips.com/980. Information leading to the arrest may result in a reward of up to $1,000. (At the time of this posting the subject is still wanted) ... See MoreSee Less
We'll be having our second-annual North End Summer Kickoff at Frederick Douglass Park on June 7 from noon to 3. Join us for games, food, and fun at this FREE block party to celebrate the onset of summer! ... See MoreSee Less
Welcome to Winchester, Mr. Garrett! We look forward to working with you!City Manager Eden Freeman has appointed William A. Garrett as the City’s new Fire and Rescue Chief. Mr. Garrett is a 30-year veteran of the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department, most recently serving as the Deputy Fire Chief. We are excited to welcome Mr. Garrett to the team! www.winchesterva.gov/city-manager-appoints-new-fire-and-rescue-chief... See MoreSee Less
Five new WPD officers graduated from Basic Academy today! We couldn't be more proud of their accomplishments and are excited to see what they as individuals will contribute to our team. Welcome to the Winchester Police Department! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you Corporal Nixon for your contribution!LIFESAVING WORK: May is National Drug Court Month and we want to highlight the Northwest Regional Adult Drug Treatment Court that is changing and saving lives in our communities. The court has served 51 clients since 2016. Every Tuesday this group of dedicated team members meets to discuss the progress of each client in the program. Sitting at this table are representatives from treatment, probation and parole, law enforcement, and the Coalition. This program would not be possible without their service. Thank you to the Drug Court Team! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you North End Citizens Association for hosting Chief Piper as your guest speaker tonight. It was a great meeting, and we look forward to continued engagement in our community involvement efforts. ... See MoreSee Less
Winchester Fire and Rescue Department This week is Emergency Medical Services Appreciation Week. Winchester EMS personnel put in countless hours of training and continue their educations to be able to keep the city's residents safe and supported during emergency situations. Emergency personnel at Valley Health Winchester Medical Center joined the Mayor and City Manager in sharing messages of gratitude for this essential team of professionals. ... See MoreSee Less
On May 8, 2019 at approximately 9am, the female driver of the pictured gold car appears upset at the manner in which the black GMC pick up truck parked. After finding a place to park, she returned to the pick up truck where it was later discovered curse words were keyed into it. If anyone has information concerning this incident, please contact Officer Lewis at 540-662-4131 or anonymously at 540-662-4131 or through the P3 tip app. Reference #19018173. ... See MoreSee Less
Makes me proud y’all are taking this serious and looking for her over this! Good Job WPD 👏👏👏
Uh-oh. Better get Maaco
Omg we were the silver suv diagonal to the black truck. I saw the truck after my doc appt. with the cuss words and even mentioned it to my father. The truck took up four spaces. But still no need to damage it in any way. Sadly we didn’t see the actual person.
What a mean hatefilled person this was to do this !
C’mon people.... there are a lot worse things in the world going on than taking up 2. 3, or 4 parking spaces 🤔😣 and keying the vehicle was totally juvenile- I’m sure that there were other places to park somewhere at the hospital!! Smdh... 😞😱😮💩. Maybe a family emergency?? Don’t judge unless u know what’s happening with someone else... js. If my car were keyed, I hope they were caught and prosecuted 😡🤬
Is hospital parking lot
In an age where we can get crystal clear clarity pictures from the surface of Mars, why in the hell are we still getting surveillance photos from places with an old Nokia flip phone duct taped to a pole?
If it is under 2500 dollars then it will be a misdemeanor class 1
She'd never survive in Texas, everyone parks like that here. The best is seeing Suburbans parked in compact car spaces. They're in the lines but you aren't going to be able to park next to them unless you want to get out of your car through the sunroof or the trunk.
It looks like only 2 spaces because he has cars parked beside him. Also some trucks do take up 2 spaces when you have a king cab plus a 8 ft bed. That truck is about 246 inches long. That dam truck is not going to fit in one space
It’s a felony people!! It’s not ok to destroy peoples property!! Maybe the person was in a real hurry. We don’t know peoples stories or what they are going through. Maybe it was a new driver and now they have to go home and explain to their parents what happened. If you don’t like something like this you can simply leave a note on the car but causing this type of damage is not acceptable
We've got High Def picks of rocks on Mars, but she could literally be holding up a big sign with her name on it and we wouldn't be able to read it.
Can we find her and give her an award?
She found a place to park. That should have been it. To vandalize someone’s vehicle is just wrong.
Where was this?
I’d wreck her... you don’t do this to other people’s stuff!
Keying is another example of stupid permanent solutions to temporary problems. If you can't regain your composure in the time that it takes to get out of your car, you should consider getting mental health assistance!
Maybe she was late for her anger management class!!!
The number of people in here who are OK with this is alarming.
Am I missing something... she parked her car way worse than the truck.
Only at WMC.... way to go top guard... 🤣
I'm going with disgruntled ex-girlfriend who finally found the ex-beaus truck
Master Police Officer Michael “Gabby” Garbarino served alongside us for 23 years. Thirteen years ago today, he died as a result of a devastating shooting that occurred nine days earlier in the parking lot of the Sully District Station. We memorialize and honor our fallen brother, whose selflessness and courage will be remembered always.
The wicked flee when no man pursueth: but the righteous are as bold as a lion." - Proverbs 28:1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #EOW #endofwatch #RIP #police #policeofficer #lawenforcement #firstresponders #LODD #LineofDutyDeath #FairfaxCounty #FCPD #neverforget ... See MoreSee Less
Residents of Winchester and beyond lined the streets to bid Sgt. Ricky Timbrook (top, 1999) and Ofc. Hunter Edwards (bottom, 2018) a final farewell. Though their physical presence is no longer with us, their spirits and memory with continue to live with us and influence us each day as we protect the city.
Flowers and memorials were laid on police cruisers parked outside of the public safety buildings in 1999 following the line of duty death of Sgt. Rick Timbrook and again in 2018 after Ofc. Hunter Edwards' line of duty death. #NationalPoliceWeek2019 ... See MoreSee Less
Scenes from today's National Police Week/Peace Officers Memorial Day ceremony at Lord Fairfax Community College. Wonderful artwork by community members depicting fallen Sergeant Ricky Timbrook and Officer Hunter Edwards. ... See MoreSee Less
Can you identify this female suspected in a felony shoplifting from Kohl's? If so, please contact Officer Perry at 540-662-4131, reference #19018383. Anonymous tips are received by calling 540-665-TIPS or through the P3 app. ... See MoreSee Less
Community members stood along the funeral procession routes of Sgt. Ricky Timbrook ('99) and Ofc. Hunter Edwards ('18) with signs offering kind words. We appreciate the outpouring of support during these difficult times. #NationalPoliceWeek ... See MoreSee Less
WPD personnel and loved ones gathered in DC to honor their brother in blue. November 24, 2018 is a day each of them will never forget. To carry on his legacy, they will live every day honoring his memory. ... See MoreSee Less
Watch the Candlelight Vigil Webcast at 8:00 pm on May 13, 2019 Livestream equipment and WiFi generously provided by Verizon Wireless Each year on May 13th, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memo...
It's #NationalPoliceWeek2019. Today we remember Sgt. Ricky Timbrook (EOW '99) and Ofc. Hunter Edwards (EOW '18) - two officers who made an immeasurable impact on the WPD and community during their times as officers. ... See MoreSee Less
**Postponed** YDC fundraiser tonight at Mac Shack! Stop by anytime between 5 and 9 to support the area's Youth Development Center while enjoying great food! See you at 170-3 Delco Plaza. ... See MoreSee Less
Today we remember our fallen sister, Detective Vicky O. Armel. In 2006, she was tragically shot and killed when a suspect opened fire on her and other officers in the parking lot of the Sully District Station. We honor her for her bravery and service. 💙 Her dedication to her community during her 17 years with the department has not been forgotten!
"It is not how these officers died that made them heroes, it is how they lived." - Vivian Eney Cross, Survivor . . . . . . . . . . . . . #EOW #endofwatch #RIP #police #policeofficer #lawenforcement #firstresponders #LODD #LineofDutyDeath #FairfaxCounty #FCPD #neverforget ... See MoreSee Less
THANK YOU VICKY FOR YOUR SERVICE TO YOUR COMMUNITY GOD COMFORT AND BLESS YOUR FAMILY AN AMERICAN HERO
Rest In Peace.
So sorry 😐
People need to appreciate what these officers face every day they put on their uniform. They do it to protect us and let us feel safe. Respect them for they face the possibility of dying every day for all of us.
Has Corporal Schumer been fired? He has been documented displaying poor judgement, has no impulse control, and lacks insight. He is also ethically challenged, morally bankrupt, and emotionally gifted. These are characteristics not conducive to appropriate actions of an law enforcement officer. Schumer should not be allowed to own weapons or be in the position to enforce laws. Schumer does not grasp the concept of the job of law enforcement, www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QF-6yYPgx4
A special thank you should go out to all those that worked so hard to make this a special event. Especially the Winchester Police Department and Frederick County Sheriff's Department for all your hard work especially during this time of year. Thank you for taking time away from your families during these events to keep our families safe!!
The WPD is investigating a felony shoplifting from Target that occurred on May 2nd and 3rd. If you can identify the suspects, please contact Officer Sills at 540-662-4131 or the anonymous tip line at 540-665-TIPS. Please reference #19017602. As a reminder tips can also be sent in through the P3 app: www.p3tips.com... See MoreSee Less
Hey that's a great picture of Heather Resh and Andy Creager
Great picture! Someone knows him! Shared!
The girl looks like danelle Russell (Miller)
Let's be honest, the real crime is the dad shorts on the guy in the back of the picture. And before anyone gets offended, let me clarify that I am a card carrying member of the dad bod, dad outfit club myself.
I just want the shorts that the dude in the back is rockin’. Contact info please?
Good pic of him.Why do people steal they know they are on video.
Well if it was the people BEHIND the criminals, it would have been the next frame. Ryan Lane.
This shouldn't take long
How about specifying who the suspects are? There are 4 people in that frame..
Unfortunately I know who both of the people are that are being asked about. I can clearly identify them
Andy Creager and heather resh
They must need a meal and a place to sleep because it's as if they wanted to get caught.
God Bless Officer Edwards Family and Friends !!! Thank You for your Service !!! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
Looms so good thank you hunter you are thought of everyday buddy i ride past the scene of the accident about everyday and the only thing i can say is i love you man.you look down on you wife and family make sure they are ok and until we me agin RIP MY GOOD FREIND THAT KEPT ME OUT OF TROUBLE MANY OF DAYS AND NIGHTS LOVE YOU HUNTER EDWARDS.
God Bless the Edwards family.
Thank you, Officer Edwards for everything you did for our community. I'm sad that I missed out on his family during the parade, but I was showing my support by wearing my Officer Edwards shirt last night during the parade 💙🖤 #alwaysbacktheblue
The struggle was real on whether to love or sad this post. I chose love because a true hero never dies. But as a police wife myself, my heart breaks for his wife, child and entire family and dept.
God Bless 💙💙💙
God Bless ❤️
God bless ❤
God Bless this family!! 🖤💙🖤
God Bless and keep you surrounded by His Angels.I'm so sorry for the loss you had to endure. 💙
God bless RIP
Thinking about Hunter and his Dad
Both dedicated their lives as a first responder....
Engravers Jim Lee and Kirk Bockman are the two responsible for adding the names of the fallen to the walls of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in D. C. With every single name etched on t...
DO NOT call 9-1-1 or the City's non-emergency dispatch number for Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival information. Use the below resources: 1) Festival events - Call the SABF organization at 540-662-3863 or visit www.thebloom.com 2) Street closures, safety info - Call City's Information Resource Center at 540-545-4737 or 4738 (Open: May 2-3, 8 am-5 pm and May 4, 8 am-noon) or visit www.winchesterva.gov/shenandoah-apple-blossom-festival 3) Lost children or towed vehicles - 540-662-4131 ... See MoreSee Less
Each year, the WPD receives reports of lost children during the Apple Blossom Festival. The FBI's new Child ID App can help you notify law enforcement quickly so that your child can be located as soon as possible. www.fbi.gov/news/apps/child-id-app
Also call the Winchester Emergency Communications Center at 540-662-4131 to report lost children during the Festival. ... See MoreSee Less
It's that time of year again! Before you celebrate at any of the events that the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival® has to offer, please "know before you go" and check out the road closure information that is posted on the City's website. We cannot let any vehicles pass through barricades as they are installed to ensure everyone's safety during the festival. Have a safe and happy Bloom! 🌸https://www.winchesterva.gov/shenandoah-apple-blossom-festival ... See MoreSee Less
Its a funny video but a serious subject. Living on the parade route you must be ready to hunker down for the weekend. I love Apple Blossom 🌸🌸🌸
Thank you WPD. Another great video and good message. Unfortunately, those who should be watching this either won’t watch or won’t get the message.
I used to live on Cameron street. It closed every year, and I knew it. I did know a round about way to get in and out if town if I had to, but generally I would always take vacation on that Friday and either get out of town for the weekend or hunker down and enjoy the festival.
But what if you need to go that way to get to your horse just 1/2 a block away?
Is there a site that tells u what ones are closed i come from ohio
I had to take my daughter at 3pm to DMMS to get ready for the fireman's parade. Some jackus guardsman wouldn't let me get home 1 block from my house. He told me to park and walk. No parking anywhere near me. I went 1 block down and came in. Thank you suckchester. Way to treat your residents!
Julian K Berger IV
I think the Community Policing switch could have been turned on if he lived right behind the barrier. A little harsh.
Litter, a ticket for sure.
Lol. Too funny. I live downtown Cameron Street so I'm sure I've said this before trying to go up a side street to get home when I worked on Apple Blossom Friday
I might have a shirt for that!!!
No cop in Winchester would ever say can't believe he littered. more like here's your ticket.mind if we search the car? smh