Bedford County’s Most Wanted – Help Us Catch Them!

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Adam Luis Morales
Tony Lamont Brown
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Grand Jury Indictment
Capias Failure to Appear
Man/Sell Controlled Substance
Sale of Drugs near School
Man/Sell imitation controlled substance
Child Support
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Antonio Mariello Waring
Jessica Ann Meador
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Warrant Felony
Capias Failure to Appear
Conspiracy to commit felony
Eluding
Drivers License Suspended
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Albert Dale Robinson
Cindy Overstreet Daugherty
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Warrant Felony
Capias Failure to Appear
Forging and Uttering
Child Support
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Matthew Thomas Phillips
Charles Richard Phillips
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Capias From Local Court
Capias Failure to Appear
Revocation of suspended sentence and probation
Violation of protective order
Threats
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Thomas Jerome Jones
Demetrius Randolph Lee
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Capias From Local Court
Grand Jury Indictment
Revocation of suspended sentence and probation.
Sale of Marijuana

If you know the location of any of these individuals, please submit your tip through Central Virginia Crime Stoppers (1-888-798-5900 or TEXT CVCS 574637). Callers to CVCS can remain anonymous and are eligible to receive a cash reward. Alternatively you can call the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office at 540-586-7827 or submit a tip through our online tip submission form located here.

Retired Senior Volunteer Patrol (R.S.V.P.) Program Appreciation Dinner Held

PRESS RELEASE
R.S.V.P. PROGRAM

JANUARY 16, 2014

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On Wednesday January 15, 2014, the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office held its annual Retired Senior Volunteer Patrol (RSVP) Program Appreciation Dinner. Sheriff Mike Brown started the RSVP program in May 2001 with six volunteers. Two of the six charter members, Chuck Neudorfer and Charlie Walker are still very active members. Currently the program has 19 active members. The program unitizes retired persons in assisting deputies with non-emergency tasks.
In 2013, the volunteers donated a total of 4250 hours, which saved Bedford County tax payers over $72,000. They drove 51,201 miles performing their duties. Last year, RSVP volunteers assisted with 803 department errands, assisted with 56 funerals, assisted 85citizens with locked vehicles, performed 370 house checks, 626 school checks and delivered 76 meeting packets to members of the Bedford County Board of Supervisors. The RSVP volunteers also visit persons who participate with the Project Life Saver Program making sure the batteries in their equipment are in good working order.
Sheriff Brown is very proud and appreciative to each volunteer for their tireless devoted service to the citizens of Bedford County.

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CAPTURED UPDATE – Craig Delong from Bedford County’s Most Wanted

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Craig Delong
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Capias From Local Court
Capias Failure to Appear

Citizen’s Police Academy To Start January 21, 2014

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The Army wants you to be all that you can be; the Marine Corps wants a few good men; the Air Force wants you to aim high; and the Navy wants you to accelerate your life.
What does the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office – Citizens Police Academy (BCSO-CPA) want? All of the above.

You can make a difference.

The BCSO CPA is an educational opportunity designed for the citizens of the county. The CPA is a 12-week course (one night each week) that introduces topics like the mission and values of the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office, Crime Prevention, Community Relations, Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, Safe Surfin’ Foundation and many other interesting topics.
This Academy affords you the opportunity to become involved and assist the BCSO by volunteering for traffic control/parking vehicles and collecting statistical data for traffic studies and collecting statistical data.

The next Citizens Police Academy starts January 21.
It’s every Tuesday for 12 weeks from 6:00pm – 8:30pm.
Cut off date for Applications is Jan 17th.

Online Application Available Here.

For questions about the Citizens Police Academy please contact Sgt. David Mays at 540-586-7718.

CAPTURED UPDATE: Damien L. Anderson

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Damien L Anderson

Damien L. Anderson was captured on 12/20/2013.

The Bedford County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the community for their response to the Most Wanted posts and also for the tips sent in regarding the location/whereabouts of the people on the Most Wanted list! With help from citizens in the community we can keep Bedford County safe!

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CAPTURED UPDATE – Billy Ray Hill, Jr. from Bedford County’s Most Wanted

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Billy Ray Hill, Jr.
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Capias Warrant
Probation Violation and Distribution of Scheduled Substances

 

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Bedford County’s Most Wanted – Damien L. Anderson HELP US CATCH HIM!

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Damien L. Anderson
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Circuit Court Indictment
KNOWN GANG MEMBER

 

If you know the location of any of these individuals, please submit your tip through Central Virginia Crime Stoppers (1-888-798-5900 or TEXT CVCS 574637). Callers to CVCS can remain anonymous and are eligible to receive a cash reward. Alternatively you can call the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office at 540-586-7827 or submit a tip through our online tip submission form located here.

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Bedford County’s Most Wanted – Billy Ray Hill, Jr. HELP US CATCH HIM!

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Billy Ray Hill, Jr.
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Capias Warrant
Probation Violation and Distribution of Scheduled Substances

 

If you know the location of any of these individuals, please submit your tip through Central Virginia Crime Stoppers (1-888-798-5900 or TEXT CVCS 574637). Callers to CVCS can remain anonymous and are eligible to receive a cash reward. Alternatively you can call the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office at 540-586-7827 or submit a tip through our online tip submission form located here.

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Bulletproof Vests Donated to VA Law Enforcement

NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and Weather

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A bulletproof vest can be the last – and only – line of defense for law enforcement. But nationwide, it’s estimated as many as 200,000 officers are working without them.

Now, with some high-profile help, one man is working to help Virginia’s protectors get the equipment they need. Bedford County Sheriff Mike Brown is on a mission to put vests on every officer who needs one – in Virginia and across the country.

“Probably the most important piece is his weapon. The second most important piece of safety equipment, or equipment, is the ballistic vest,” Brown said.3058973_G

But that protection doesn’t come free; one vest can cost as much as $600, a price some police departments and sheriff’s offices in the state can’t afford. That’s where Brown is stepping in. With help from Moose International, Brown’s nonprofit, the Safe Surfin’ Foundation, is donating 33 new vests.

Some like the Waynesboro Sheriff’s Office can’t afford them, and will be able to equip all four deputies for the first time. Town of Louisa police say their five new vests will help keep officers safe in a time of tight budgets.

Brown is also getting high-profile help from Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, whose office is awarding $245,000 to pay for more than 500 vests in Virginia. The money is part of a $115 million Medicaid fraud settlement reached last year.

“These law enforcement officers, whether they be deputies or police officers, are protecting us,” Brown said, “and they should have every piece of equipment they can possibly have to protect them.”

Brown’s effort only began about three months ago. Already, it has secured funding to equip more than 650 officers and deputies with new vests.

Original Link: Posted on http://nbc29.com
Date: Dec 5, 2013

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CAPTURED UPDATE – Jason Stevens from Bedford County’s Most Wanted

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Jason Stevens

Jason Stevens was captured on 12/04/2013.

The Bedford County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the community for their response to the Most Wanted posts and also for the tips sent in regarding the location/whereabouts of the people on the Most Wanted list! With help from citizens in the community we can keep Bedford County safe!

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