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Scott H. Jenkins, Sheriff

Seven Arrested for Residential Burglaries


For Immediate Release

August 20, 2015, Culpeper—Sheriff Scott Jenkins is pleased to report that Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office investigators have arrested seven teenagers that were breaking and entering residences over the course of two months with the intent to commit larcenies. The six juvenile offenders ranging in age from 15 to 17 and two adults, Anthony E Trice and Harold D Waters III, both 18, face 115 counts of burglary, conspiracy, grand larceny, and vandalism charges. Trice and Waters are currently being held without bond. One juvenile fled to Florida.


The incidents started in the Seven Springs neighborhood of Boston, followed by North Merrimac Road, Fernwood Court, Lakemont Drive, and Duncan Trail, Culpeper. The most recent case occurred at Troiano Drive on August 2.


Stolen items included guns and cash, some of which have been recovered.


Sheriff Jenkins is requesting the public’s assistance for information about the whereabouts of additional items. Please note that information can be provided anonymously through Culpeper Crime Solvers number at 540-727-0300. The Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division can be reached at 540-727-7523 or through the E-911 center at 540-727-7900.




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