From the Stafford Sheriff’s Workplace:
On December 29 at 2:07 a.m., Stafford County Sheriff’s deputies had been dispatched to an alarm activation at Truckin Thunder (9 Commerce Parkway). Deputy D.J. Ferrell and Deputy M.A. Pearce arrived on scene and noticed flashlights illuminated within the rear of the enterprise. They gave instructions for the suspects to cease and a foot pursuit ensued.
The deputies pursued the suspects throughout Warrenton Highway in the direction of the Rio Automotive Wash. First Sergeant B.W. Collins arrived within the space and noticed one of many suspects close to Spring Knoll Plaza. First Sergeant Collins ran after the suspect and was capable of apprehend him. Deputy T.A. Vasquez responded to the world as effectively and started pursuing the second suspect close to Lichfield Boulevard. The suspect was efficiently taken into custody on Falkirk Courtroom.
The suspects are recognized as a 15-year-old male juvenile and a 14-year-old male juvenile from Germantown, Maryland. The investigation revealed the suspects tried to drive entry into Truckin Thunder by way of the entrance door. Indicators of compelled entry had been additionally found on two autos parked on the enterprise. A bag containing instruments believed to have been used throughout the housebreaking had been recovered by deputies.
In the course of the investigation, Detective D.V. Torrice Jr. uncovered proof connecting the suspects to a housebreaking that occurred at Syndicate of Pace on December thirteenth. In that incident, a number of autos had been damaged into and a Jeep was stolen. The Jeep was later recovered in Montgomery County, Maryland.
The juveniles are charged with tried housebreaking, tampering with a automobile, and conspiracy to commit a felony in reference to the December twenty ninth incident. They’re additionally charged with housebreaking, grand larceny, and conspiracy to commit a felony for the December thirteenth housebreaking. They’re presently being held on the Rappahannock Juvenile Detention Middle.