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Valley 911 police blotter - Shenandoah County

Incidents reported to the Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office:

July 22: The sheriff's office received a report of a vehicle damaged on Deer Rapids Road in Strasburg. The investigation continues.

July 24: Deputies arrested Rebecca Ann Johnson, 28, 1364 Colors Lane, Broadway, and charged her with two felony counts of distribution of hydromorphone and one count of distribution of cocaine, according to Lt. Shelton. Agents with the Northwest Regional Drug Task Force made controlled drug buys for the items from Johnson on two occasions in January 2011, according to Shelton. The day before her arrest Johnson was sentenced in Rockingham County Circuit Court to five years in prison, with all but four months suspended, for a drug distribution offense, according to online records.

July 24: The sheriff's office is investigating a breaking and entering into a home and outbuilding on Flat Rock Road in Quicksburg. One or more people entered the home, caused damage and took a firearm and several tools, according to the report.

July 24: Deputies charged Michael Anthony Valadez, 49, 1490 Hahns Lane, Toms Brook, with driving while intoxicated, according to the sheriff's office. A deputy pulled up behind Valadez, who was traveling on Interstate 81 at approximately 10 a.m., and activated his emergency lights to initiate a traffic stop. Valadez drove into the Wilco Travel Plaza, went around a fuel pump, then parked the vehicle, according to the report. The deputy smelled an alcoholic beverage coming from Valadez and the driver submitted to a field sobriety test, the report states. Valadez is scheduled to appear in Shenandoah County General District Court on Sept. 14.

July 24: Deputies charged a 16-year-old boy from Woodstock with assault and battery. The boy is scheduled to appear in Shenandoah County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court on Aug. 23.

Authorities are investigating a theft from a residence on Green Mountain Lane in Fort Valley reported July 24. One or more suspects took a lawnmower and an ATV from the residence, according to the report.

July 24: Authorities are investigating a burglary from a shed at a residence on Mill Creek Road, Mt. Jackson. A suspect or suspects caused damage and took a gas can and a hand tool from the shed, according to the report.

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