The following Fredericksburg, Virginia, police blotter is for February 19 and 20, 2009.
The following miscellaneous arrests were made between February 19-20, 2009:
Stephanie Black, age 34, a resident of Stafford, Virginia was arrested for driving while under the influence.
Tina Blakey, age 26, a resident of Spotsylvania, Virginia was taken into custody for failing to return rented merchandise.
Jacob Drugatz, age 33, also of Spotsylvania, was arrested for driving while under the influence.
Bruce Gladstone, age 56, also of Stafford, was arrested on two counts: Stalking as well as assault and battery.
Tonita Mclean, age 28, a Fredericksburg resident was arrested for domestic assault and battery.
Jorge Tovar, age 20, another Spotsylvania resident, was also arrested on two counts: Domestic assault and battery as well as sexual battery.
HIT AND RUN:
A Fredericksburg resident called the police department just before 10:00 p.m. on February 19, 2009 to report a hit and run. The man reported that he noticed his car had been struck when he was getting ready to go out. Neighbors were canvassed but no one witnesses the accident and there are no suspects at this time.
Police took another similar report in the 200 block of William Street, sometime between 7:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. on February 19, 2009. He discovered the damage to his car late in the evening but was uncertain exactly when the incident took place. Again, there were no witnesses to the incident and no suspects are currently under investigation.
A Fredericksburg police officer was flagged down in the parking lot of Buffalo Wild Wings, located at 1638 Carl D. Silver Parkway on the evening of February 19th. Two of the restaurant’s employees told the officer they believed an under aged male inside the restaurant was imbibing alcohol. The 16-year-old individual, who was already intoxicated, was taken into custody and transported to the juvenile intake facility.
Fredericksburg’s local Wal-Mart continues to be a hotspot for incidents and crimes in this Virginia city. Officers were called to the site on Thursday, February 19th to take custody of yet another shoplifter. A member of the store’s loss prevention team reported that he witnesses the culprit as he attempted to conceal merchandise in his clothing. Herbert Johnson, age 57, was arrested for shoplifting. He remains under custody at the Rappahonnock Regional Jail. No bond has been posted on his behalf.
City police were dispatched to the Fredericksburg Hilton Garden Inn to take information about a reported robbery that allegedly took place between January 21 and 22, 2009. For reasons unknown, the individual filing the report did not come forward until February 19th. However, the individual – – a resident of Kentucky – – told police that a ring has been taken from his hotel room during his January stay at the Inn. With no witnesses to the event and no suspects at this time, the case remains open.
Fredericksburg police were called to the CVS Pharmacy at 591 Jefferson David Highway late in the afternoon of February 19th. The store’s manager told officers that he had witnesses two men concealing unpaid for merchandise in their clothing. Apparently no one in the store made a move to try and detail the subjects. However, the perpetrators’ descriptions were cited as two tall, well built black males, probably in their late 20’s or perhaps even their early 30’s. One of perpetrators also sported a shaved head. Since the individuals were not recognized, the investigation is still underway.
Source: Fredericksburg, Virginia, Police Blotter at http://www.fredericksburgva.gov/FredPD/blotter/blotter.asp