STAFFORD COUNTY SHERIFF POLICE BEAT / Charles Neff charged with attempting to date child on internet
BROAD RUN, VA. – Stafford County Sheriff David Decatur reports that in mid-November 2016 Detective C. Darryl Wells was running a covert investigation on an Internet social website. Detective Wells was portraying a 14-year-old female. Charles Neff initiated contact with Detective Wells’ persona. As the communication between Neff and Wells continued it became sexual in nature. A meeting was arranged between Neff and the 14-year-old-persona of Detective Wells. The meeting never occurred.
On December 8, 2016, Stafford County Sheriff’s Office personnel, along with Fauquier Sheriff’s Office personnel, executed a search warrant at Neff’s Broad Run, VA residence. Neff was at the residence and was taken into custody.
Charles Alfred Neff, age 57, of Snow Mountain Road in Broad Run, Virginia, was charged with two counts each of Attempted Indecent Liberties with a Juvenile and Use of an Electronic Communication Device to Solicit a Juvenile. Neff was incarcerated at the Rappahannock Regional Jail is held on no bond.
Forget higher education; these teens face time
in prison for grand larceny
STAFFORD, VA. Two teens were robbing from vehicles in their neighborhood, reports Stafford County Sheriff David P. Decatur. On December 6, 2016 at approximately 12:40 a.m. Deputy W.J. McWaters responded to a report of suspicious persons on Masters Drive in the Somerset/Season’s Landing neighborhood. Upon arrival Deputy McWaters interviewed a man who witnessed two subjects attempt to break into his vehicle while it was parked in his driveway. The witness also reported seeing the same two subjects attempt to break into a neighbor’s vehicle. Descriptions were provided and Deputy McWaters, joined by Deputy E.R. Houde, Sergeant D. Pinzon and 1st Sgt. D.F. Purcell, began to search the neighborhood for the suspects.
The patrol units canvassed the area on foot, when Deputy McWaters walked on Pebble Beach Drive he observed two subjects running away from his position. He gave chase and ordered both suspects to the ground. They complied and were taken into custody without further incident. The two males were searched and each had a Taser. A large flashlight and a backpack were also recovered. Both suspects stated that they were going to 7-11 for snacks.
Several pairs of athletic shoes, valued at more than $100 each, and a jacket were located along the fence line approximately 100 feet from where the suspects were apprehended. Located near the shoes were a multi-tool glass breaker and seatbelt cutter. Further investigation determined that the shoes were stolen from a vehicle on Pebble Beach Drive.
John Buddy Brown, age 18, and Ethan Blake Roberts, age 19, both of Cornerstone Drive in Stafford were charged with Grand Larceny, Possession of Burglary Tools, Conspiracy to Commit Larceny, Entering a Vehicle, Larceny of Property with Intent to Sell and Petit Larceny. They were both incarcerated at the Rappahannock Regional Jail on a $4700 secured bond.
James Kelly found snatching a wallet from another customer very convenient in store
STAFFORD, VA. — On December 2, 2016 ,at approximately 2:10 p.m. Deputy B.U. Demirci responded to a report of a Larceny at Kwik Mart on Onville Road. Upon his arrival, Deputy Demirci interviewed a man who had placed his wallet on the counter while he was cashing a check. He stepped away for a few moments and when he returned his wallet was gone.
Surveillance video was produced and a male subject was seen taking the wallet off the counter and concealing it in his clothing. The suspect was recognized as a regular customer. Deputy Demirci obtained a potential address for the suspect and patrol units responded to Powhatan Court in Stafford. A man, matching the description of the suspect in the video, including clothing, was taken into custody. The wallet was recovered with all of its contents and returned to the victim.
James Edward Kelly, age 40, of Powhatan Court in Stafford was charged with Grand Larceny and Credit Card Theft. He was incarcerated at the Rappahannock Regional Jail.
Hamid Jalloh’s whacky tobaccy joy ride ends with DUI arrest
STAFFORD, VA. – Police report that on November 24, 2016 at approximately 2:20 a.m. Deputy V. M. Galyen observed a vehicle having difficulty maneuvering the turn from Truslow Road to Berea Church Road. The deputy got behind the vehicle at the intersection of Fleet Road and followed it onto Warrenton Road. He observed the driver fail to stop the car at the red light turning into Stafford Lakes Parkway. The deputy attempted a traffic stop and activated his emergency equipment but the vehicle accelerated on Stafford Lakes Parkway reaching speeds as high as 76 MPH before turning onto University Blvd and stopping near Reservoir Road.
The driver was identified as Hamid Jalloh. Deputy Galyen observed a strong odor of alcohol coming from Hamid. A field sobriety test was conducted, and a bag of marijuana was located in the vehicle.
Jalloh was charged with Driving Under the Influence, Eluding Police and Possession of Marijuana. He was incarcerated at the Rappahannock Regional Jail.