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Stafford, VA 22555

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Stafford, VA 22554

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Farm Use Tags

PIO Ryan Wilbur, June 12

The laws in Virginia concerning farm use tags will be changing effective July 1st, 2024. Unregistered farm use panel trucks, pickup trucks, and sport utility vehicles will now have to display a DMV-issued permanent farm use placard. This means, if your vehicle has a gross vehicle weight rating 7,501 lbs. or greater, the red “Farm Use” tag (Picture 1) is acceptable when performing farm related duties. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Third DUI in Three Years

PIO Ryan Wilbur, June 11

A 41-year-old Woodbridge man who was arrested in 2022 and 2023 for DUI is now being charged for another DUI in 2024.

On June 9th, at approximately 3:14 a.m., First Sergeant M.R. Flick was traveling Southbound on Richmond Highway near Acadia Street. While doing so, he observed a white SUV that was traveling at fluctuating speeds and drifting out of its lane. At one point, the suspect vehicle drifted ... (Full Story & Photos)

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“Swerving Badly” Driver Caught

PIO Ryan Wilbur, June 10

A 61-year-old Stafford man was discovered to be drinking and driving due to his poor driving behaviors noticed by multiple people.

On June 8th, at approximately 10:38 p.m., Sergeant A.T. Leckemby responded to Garrisonville Road for a drunk driver complaint. The caller advised a truck traveling westbound was “swerving badly” and nearly struck a vehicle. At the same time, dispatch received another ... (Full Story)


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PIO Ryan Wilbur, June 10

An afternoon pursuit led to a manhunt in Aquia Harbour late last night.

On June 9th, at approximately 5:18 p.m., Deputy C.D. Quebedeaux responded to Briar Patch Park for an officer in need of assistance. An Aquia Harbour officer advised he was attempting to pull over a vehicle that “just took off.” That officer advised the driver was a Hispanic man wearing a black shirt currently driving a black ... (Full Story & Photos)

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