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9 hours ago

Clarke County Sheriff's Department

***BREAKING NEWS***
PACHUTA - The Clarke County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help in finding the person(s) responsible for the robbery of the Pachuta One Stop overnight.

Chief Deputy Barry White tells CCHT that the suspect(s) broke into the Pachuta One Stop between the hours of 3:30 and 4:am early Sunday morning.

Multiple items were stolen from the store including cash.

Chief White asks that if anyone was in the Pachuta area this morning and may have seen anything suspicious including vehicles that was in the area to please call the Clarke County Sheriff's Department at 601-776-5252 or Crimestoppers at 855-485-8477.

You may remain anonymous when reporting.

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15 hours ago

Virginia State Police

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We will never forget...

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Thank you for your service and your ultimate sacrifice for the people of VA

God bless

God bless him and his family ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ‘ฎ‍โ™€๏ธ

God Bless you family and the time you gave the Great Blue and Gray

RIP officer praying for your family

Rest In Peace.

Thanks for your service Sir. RIP

Praying for his family ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

Never forget.Thank you for your service and your dedication. Glad you memory goes on.

Always remember. Never forget. ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ˜‡๐Ÿš”๐Ÿ’™

Thank you for your service! Praying for all!

๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

Always remember, never forget!

Always remember, never forget!

R.I.P. SIR AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE

Rest in peace thank you for your service

Always remember never forget

24 hours ago

Harrisonburg Police Department

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2 days ago

Virginia State Police

It has been a busy week for members of the Loudoun County Underwater Search and Evidence Recovery Team (USERT). Deputy First Class (DFC) Brick, DFC Presson, and DFC Campbell attended a 32 hour training course in Fredericksburg and Richmond. This course certified these deputies as Underwater Criminal Investigators. DFC Smith, the USERT Team Leader and Master Underwater Criminal Investigator, accompanied his team to provide assistance and encouragement to our deputies as they took part in this demanding training.

During the course deputies learned about maritime crime scene documentation, sketches, photography, and evidence preservation. They practiced blind search techniques in zero foot visibility water. Our USERT deputies practiced recovering knives, firearms, vehicles, and bodies. The newly certified deputies will play an integral part in the future prosecution of a wide variety of criminal cases.

Upon their return to #Loudoun, our highly motivated deputies could not wait to get back into the water to further hone their skills. On Thursday the LCSO Underwater Search and Evidence Recovery Team joined up with the Virginia State Police Dive Team to conduct training at the Luck Stone Quarry in Leesburg. The training consisted of a mock body search and recovery. Thank you to Luck Stone for the training site and thank you to VSP Dive Team for joining our training!
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Thank you all,God bless.

Thank yall

Bodies Eh? So is that where Hillary is hiding them now?

Tomorrow in The Star (8/17): Wilson's Wild Animal Park recently shut down after more than 100 animals were seized, Josh Janney writes.

Frederick County announces plastic recycling will continue, Josh Janney reports.

Also, an update on renovations of the city-owned Creamery Building, Brian Brehm writes.

Pictured: Joselynn Tyler, 9, of Clarke County, the 2019 Miss Pre-Teen Clarke County Fair, holds the ribbons to be awarded as she watches the 4-H Horse Show Friday at the fair in Berryville.

Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star
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Tomorrow in The Star (8/17): Wilsons Wild Animal Park recently shut down after more than 100 animals were seized, Josh Janney writes.

Frederick County announces plastic recycling will continue, Josh Janney reports.

Also, an update on renovations of the city-owned Creamery Building, Brian Brehm writes.

Pictured: Joselynn Tyler, 9, of Clarke County, the 2019 Miss Pre-Teen Clarke County Fair, holds the ribbons to be awarded as she watches the 4-H Horse Show Friday at the fair in Berryville.  

Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star

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Rachel Frieman Lockwood, look Rachel, that pretty face Zoey ๐Ÿ’•

Heather Wilson!!! Wilson’s Hellish Petting Zoo!! Animals seized!!๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿป๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿป

Nina Tyler

Rachel Costanzo Ouzts Jenny Costanzo Reid

Hopefully you guys mention what a good reputation Wilsons Wild Animal Park has in the community, and how it has been a cherished landmark for decades. Also, maybe mention that PETA is a political organization that has been accused of being a domestic terrorist group that aims for total animal liberation. They would rather see animal dead than in captivity. Doesnt take a whole lot of investigation to figure out their long term goals and they begin by taking out small zoos, breeders, the meat and dairy industry, and eventually pet owners. It doesnt end at them stealing animals from zoos like this. They will soon come for YOUR animals as well. They already have. www.petakillsanimals.com/

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STAY ALERT SO KIDS DONT GET HURT!!!

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Are they teaching bus drivers to cross the yellow before the stop as well? I've noticed that a lot, and I gotta say, its a bit disconcerting when it happens. I understand they're trying to keep kids safe, but crossing that centerline doesn't seem like a good idea.

The Winchester Police Department has immediate openings for Virginia Certified Officers. Salary is commensurate with experience. Apply online today! www.governmentjobs.com/careers/winchesterva/jobs/2507237/police-officer-i?page=2&pagetype=jobOppo... ... See MoreSee Less

The Toms Brook Parade is tomorrow, Saturday, August 17th at 6:30 PM. Lineup will begin at 5:30 PM. The Parade will start at the intersection of Rt. 11 and Jessica Place and continue straight on Rt.11 and end at the intersection of Rt.11 and Brook Creek Road. (Highlighted route in picture.) The SCSO staff will be guiding and waving along traffic during the parade.

Please use caution when traveling Rt. 11 during this time.
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The Toms Brook Parade is tomorrow, Saturday, August 17th at 6:30 PM. Lineup will begin at 5:30 PM. The Parade will start at the intersection of Rt. 11 and Jessica Place and continue straight on Rt.11 and end at the intersection of Rt.11 and Brook Creek Road. (Highlighted route in picture.) The SCSO staff will be guiding and waving along traffic during the parade.

Please use caution when traveling Rt. 11 during this time.

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Joshua Fadeley

Hip

This weekโ€™s Felony Friday suspect:

33-year-old Davon Battle of Waynesboro is wanted by Harrisonburg Police and Waynesboro Police for separate larceny charges.

Anonymous tips for a possible reward can be sent to Crime Solvers at 540-574-5050 or text โ€œHPDโ€ plus the tip to CRIMES (274637).

To view other local wanted individuals go to the Crime Solvers site at www.hrccrimesolvers.org

*The Felony Friday posts are not a sounding board for bad-mannered comments but rather a way to locate local wanted individuals.
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This weekโ€™s Felony Friday suspect:

33-year-old Davon Battle of Waynesboro is wanted by Harrisonburg Police and Waynesboro Police for separate larceny charges.

Anonymous tips for a possible reward can be sent to Crime Solvers at 540-574-5050 or text โ€œHPDโ€ plus the tip to CRIMES (274637).

To view other local wanted individuals go to the Crime Solvers site at http://www.hrccrimesolvers.org

*The Felony Friday posts are not a sounding board for bad-mannered comments but rather a way to locate local wanted individuals.

Home Invasion/Robbery

The Augusta County Sheriffโ€™s Office is investigating a home invasion/robbery that occurred August 14th at approximately 10 P.M.

Deputies were dispatched to a fight on Mt. Sidney School Ln., Mount Sidney, VA. Upon arrival, they found a man bloodied from an assault.

Further investigation revealed that a man, woman, and infant child were inside their apartment when two armed and masked men entered. Once inside they directed the woman to the bathroom and took her cell phone. The male resident confronted the two and a physical confrontation ensued. The fight spilled into the hallway and continued. A neighbor heard the commotion and attempted to break up the fight; he was subsequently punched in the face by one of the assailants.

The two suspects, only described as being โ€œlight skinnedโ€, fled the area in a black car.

The injured resident and his neighbor both received minor injuries. The woman and child were uninjured.

If anyone has any information about this case, please contact Investigator Ron Reid at 540-245-5333 or Crime Stoppers at 800-322-2017.
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Bless their hearts! Prayers for the fam...that could've been a total different outcome.

Oh my goodness!! I am so sorry! Sending prayers!!

That's so awful! Hope everyone is ok. Will say a prayer for them. ๐Ÿ˜ข

KAY CAIN. KEEP YOUR DOORS LOCKED

Prayers for all the ones involved...God bless and Lord please help the deputies find the mean and hateful crazy people....

This was at moms apartment building

This sheriff is doing more then the last one, i had someone enter my house across the street from the sheriff office I caught him and pinned him to the floor until they arrived. They gave him trespassing paperwork no other charges Because of he was a minor

I hope you catch them

So sad that these things happen

To bad he didn't have a gun. Someone breaks in to my home. They are not coming back out.

what in the tarnation? I hope they are found and locked up for life. People are crazy.

Will there be an increased ACSO presence in the Mt. Sidney area tonight?

So sad

Is this an isolated incident or should we be concerned

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Mount Sidney hoodlums!

Thats why i have a gun in my home u might come in but u will b carried out

What is this World coming Too

Unreal.

Go get em’ ACSO!!

Tommy Lilly - Mount Sidney ๐Ÿ˜ณ

This is why we shoot home Invaders. Makes it easier for LE to capture and identify them if they're dead.

*Updated post*

This dog was taken at approximately 2005 hours on August 14th from Strasburg Road in the area of Signal Knob Farm. The dog is a Redbone hound named Jill. The only distinctive marks is that she has two moles on the left side of her face.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Deputy Clatterbuck at 540-635-4128 or via email at cclatterbuck@warrencountysheriff.org
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*Updated post*

This dog was taken at approximately 2005 hours on August 14th from Strasburg Road in the area of Signal Knob Farm. The dog is a Redbone hound named Jill. The only distinctive marks is that she has two moles on the left side of her face.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Deputy Clatterbuck at 540-635-4128 or via email at cclatterbuck@warrencountysheriff.org

Riverheads Elementary School Principal John Matherly contacted Dr. Eric W. Bond, Division Superintendent for Augusta County Public Schools yesterday August 12, 2019, to pass on a very positive compliment on SRO Chris Pultz who serves the Riverheads School District. A parent called in to say "thank you" for having a School Resource Officer at Riverheads Elementary.

Deputy Pultz was out helping with the morning car rider duty; greeting students and helping them out of their cars. The parent felt that it was great for our students to experience a police officer interacting positively with their child, other students and parents. He also felt that his presence made our school feel less like a potential target.

We certainly appreciate this positive parental feedback and the small, but daily impact our SROโ€™s presence have on the community

Great work Deputy Pultz!
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Riverheads Elementary School Principal John Matherly contacted Dr. Eric W. Bond, Division Superintendent for Augusta County Public Schools yesterday August 12, 2019, to pass on a very positive compliment on SRO Chris Pultz who serves the Riverheads School District. A parent called in to say thank you for having a School Resource Officer at Riverheads Elementary. 

Deputy Pultz was out helping with the morning car rider duty; greeting students and helping them out of their cars. The parent felt that it was great for our students to experience a police officer interacting positively with their child, other students and parents. He also felt that his presence made our school feel less like a potential target.

We certainly appreciate this positive parental feedback and the small, but daily impact our SROโ€™s presence have on the community

Great work Deputy Pultz!

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He does a great job! So glad his efforts are recognized!

Great job Chris.

The best out there! So happy to see his hard work get acknowledged! Congrats buddy!

Thank you for protecting our children!!! Well done:)

Thank you!

Great job Chris!

Thanks for protecting our precious children, and thanks for your hard work everyday.

I agree!! My child goes to Riverheads and seeing him there daily is very comforting!!!Thank you Deputy Pultz!!

Way to go Chris!!! Very proud of our Riverheads family!!!

Thank you for taking care of our kiddos!

Thank you!

Thank you !

These are the stories that should fill all FB and news media. Thank you Chris for your service and Donald Smith for posting positivity.

Thank you Officer Pultz for your service to Riverheads School, it’s greatly appreciated.

You never know the influence you may make in a young life. Keep up the great job!

This is such positive work by Officers. Building relationships and creating safety zones are so important. THANKS!!!!

Thank you.

Thank you Deputy Pultz and Sheriff Smith for sharing this information.

Love all our SROs and appreciate the important role models they are for our children and community! Thanks Sheriff Donald Smith for supporting this program and providing encouragement, support and recognition to your team. โค๏ธ

Thank you !

That was awesome. Thank you for watching over all the children at Riverheads Elementary. Deputy Pultz and Sheriff Smith for sharing it . It makes our kids feel safe .

Great job to him

Thank you !

You go Chris! Great job for the ACSO deputies!

Yes,Sir,my kids and I appreciate having him there

๐Ÿ“ฃ Area 13-17 year-olds are invited to apply for the WPD's upcoming Teen Citizen Academy! Held from 8 a.m. - 5:15 p.m. on Saturday, November 9, this one-day crash course will introduce participants to WPD officers and provide exclusive insight into the workings of the department. Perfect for students interested in pursuing careers in law enforcement or criminal justice! Fill out the easy online application right from your phone:
๐Ÿ“ฒ winchesterpolice.org/teen-citizens-police-academy
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๐Ÿ“ฃ Area 13-17 year-olds are invited to apply for the WPDs upcoming Teen Citizen Academy! Held from 8 a.m. - 5:15 p.m. on Saturday, November 9, this one-day crash course will introduce participants to WPD officers and provide exclusive insight into the workings of the department. Perfect for students interested in pursuing careers in law enforcement or criminal justice! Fill out the easy online application right from your phone: 
๐Ÿ“ฒ https://winchesterpolice.org/teen-citizens-police-academy

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Hunter Allen

Kaydan Shomaker

Want to do this again kid? Nathan Storey

Michelle Dunn something RJ might want to look into

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

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

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

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

Sincerely,  
Cheryl and Marc Riegel 
Ancram, Ny

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Awesome!

Good job guys..

Daniel Hinegardner

Love our officers!

That's how they roll! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜Ž

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

I wouldn't expect you anything less from Daniel, one of the nicest guys I know๐Ÿ’™

Wonderful job guys.

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

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

Amen great job guys

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

How sweet

Just the good ole boys

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

These are the things I love to read on FB. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

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

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

Price less!!

Great job guys!

So good to see good!!!!!

Officers of the Month

Corporal Eric Neely and Patrolwoman Britney Conner have been selected as the Martinsburg Police Departmentโ€™s Officers of the Month for August 2019. Eric Neely is an MPD veteran with 16 years of service and Britney Conner has a year and a half on the job. In earning the Award, both officers demonstrated superior initiative, teamwork, and attention to duty in investigations that resulted in felony arrests and the shutting down of three more drug houses.

To read more, please visit:

www.martinsburgpd.org/officer-of-the-month/
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Officers of the Month

Corporal Eric Neely and Patrolwoman Britney Conner have been selected as the Martinsburg Police Departmentโ€™s Officers of the Month for August 2019.  Eric Neely is an MPD veteran with 16 years of service and Britney Conner has a year and a half on the job.  In earning the Award, both officers demonstrated superior initiative, teamwork, and attention to duty in investigations that resulted in felony arrests and the shutting down of three more drug houses.  

To read more, please visit:  

http://www.martinsburgpd.org/officer-of-the-month/

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Congratulations to you both and God Bless you both and your families.

That's my son and I'm very proud of him and his work!!! Congratulations to both of them.

My Son-In-Law โค๏ธ Wonderful husband and Father also!

Great job ! You Go Girl, Be safe

Congratulations! Thank you for your service

Awesome officers ๐Ÿ‘ฎ‍โ™€๏ธ congratulations and most of all thanks for protecting our community

Congratulations. Thank you and ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ for keeping us safe. May angel ๐Ÿ˜‡ ride with you

Congratulations Eric Great job โค๏ธ

Congratulations thank you for keeping our city safe!

Congrats officers! Thanks for keeping us safe

Congratulations very proud of you

Congratulations to both of these great officers โญโญ

Congratulations My nephew JR BUTCHER worked for the police department.He is missed by a lot of ppl

Congratulations to you both

Congrats to both!

Congratulations to both of you!! Great job!! Thank you and stay safe.

Congratulations!!! Great job, keep it up.

Congratulations to,you both!

Congratulations

๐Ÿ™Œ Way to go! You guys rock! Thanks for doing what you do! Stay safe!!!

Congratulations! You are greatly appreciated!

Congratulations!

Congratulations ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿš”

Congratulations Eric!

Congratulations

6 days ago

Rockingham County Sheriff's Office - VA

The Rockingham County Fair opens today! Come by tonight and pick up a pair of RCSO sunglasses. We have plenty of give-aways all week long for the kids. Hope to see you there! ... See MoreSee Less

The Rockingham County Fair opens today!  Come by tonight and pick up a pair of RCSO sunglasses.  We have plenty of give-aways all week long for the kids.  Hope to see you there!

Please be aware of a Social Security scam circulating. Several individuals in the area have been contacted by someone claiming to be from the Social Security Administration and threatened with arrest unless payment was made over the phone. THIS IS A SCAM.

-Never give out or confirm sensitive information such as account numbers, dates of birth, or social security numbers. If someone has contacted you, you canโ€™t be sure who they are.

-Never trust Caller ID. Scammers use computer technology to spoof phone numbers to make calls appear as if it is coming from an official office or area code. The call could really be coming from anywhere in the world.

-HANG UP. The longer they have you on the phone, the more time they have to pull you in.Scam artists go to great lengths to trick you out of your personal information or money. By educating yourself and knowing how to identify and report various...
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They called me. I told them to send the officer or I could make it easy and just let them speak to one of the officers that was near me. They hung up. No fun!

I'm fairly certain the SSA isn't going to call. It's the federal government, they'll send you a snail-mail letter. If there was any truth to it, most of the damage would be done before you received it.

They really should stop this scam. Everyone knows about it by now.

They called me...just hang up like i did

Pam Bowman Hummel

Lexi Scollick

7 days ago

Page County Sheriff's Office

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Thank you to Grace Covenant Church in Staunton for providing lunch for our officers and dispatchers today!

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We will be at the Waynesboro Target until 8pm for National Night Out! Please come visit us!Image attachmentImage attachment

School is back in session today!!!

Please slow down, drive safely and don't drive distracted!!!!!!
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School is back in session today!!!

Please slow down, drive safely and dont drive distracted!!!!!!

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And, for heavens sake, stop for school busses! Both directions!

some stop sign enforcement would be good at King and Bridge. I think 1 out of 5 people actually stop there... most just roll through.

Don't worry... they'll slow down to 10mph in the school zone, then do 45 up the rest of Rosser like they do every morning.

Good luck with that when the majority of people still text and drive or use hand helds driving. :/

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We have received numerous complaints in the past few days about telephone scams. We urge the public once again to not give out any personal information. Callers are posing as family members claiming they have been in accidents or even arrested, in order to get money. Just hang up !!!
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Got a scam call wanting to talk about my computer and did I have windows. I told them I did not have a computer and all my windows were on my house. Then I hung up.

This was done multiple times to my parents. They told them that my son was in jail (he was at school) and that my nephew had been in an accident (when he was actually serving his country in the Air Force). I dont know how this information is obtained by these callers to convince people that their loved ones are in need of help, but it upset my mother because she thought her grandsons were in a bad situation. Really makes me mad.

1 month ago

Berkeley County, WV Sheriff's Office

Press conference on the shooting investigation from last night at the Ladder House bar and grill. Courtesy of TV10.

Anyone with informaiton on the shooting is urged to contact the Criminal Investigations Division at (304) 267-7000.

TV10
Press release from Berkeley County Sheriff's Office 7/9/19
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Have a safe & happy 4th of July! ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ ... See MoreSee Less

Have a safe & happy 4th of July! ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

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Happy Independence Day. Be safe. God bless๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

To you as well, May God Bless you and keep you all safe keeping our community safe!! ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‰

Be safe BCP

Lt Jone plz be safe you want to stop by get something to eat we love you be careful

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