Strasburg Police Blotter

The Strasburg Police Department reported the following incidents in May:

 

May 8: Brian Preston Hudson, of 342 Ash St., Strasburg, was charged with assault.

 

May 8: Kris Lee Ashwood, of 86 Front Royal Road, Strasburg, was charged with driving under the influence.

 

May 9: Joseph Lee Ortman, of 100 Massanutten Manor Circle, Strasburg, was charged as a fugitive from justice.

 

May 10: Kristine Lee Staubs, of 628 Bowman Mill Road, Strasburg, was charged with inhaling a chemical substance.

 

May 14: Lori Orndorff Cobern, of 21 Silver Court, Maurertown, was charged with being drunk in public and obstruction of justice.

 

May 16: Shane Eugene Bowling, of 111 W. Foundry St., Woodstock, was charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle.

 

May 16: Brian Thomas Martin, of 1054 Jackson St., Strasburg, was charged with robbery, domestic assault and battery and trespassing.

 

May 17: Victoria Anne Keane, of 757 Christiansen Drive, Strasburg, was charged with having a dog at large.

 

May 21: Thomas Henry Caison, of 504 Morrison Drive, Woodstock, was charged with breaking and entering, conspiracy to commit breaking and entering, grand larceny, conspiracy to commit grand larceny, larceny with intent to sell and destruction of property.

 

May 22: Shane William Fadely, of 659 Branch St., Strasburg, was charged with possession of marijuana.

 

May 22: Allyson Page Hull, of 429 Calamus Lane, Strasburg, was charged with underage possession of alcohol.

 

May 22: a female juvenile was charged with underage possession of alcohol.

 

May 25: Jesse Carson Canzurlo, of 220 Highgate Drive, Maurertown, was charged with possession of a Schedule I/II drug and possession of marijuana.

 

May 27: Christian E. Medrano-Umanzor, of 227 Wise Ave., Strasburg, was charged with distribution of marijuana and transporting a controlled substance to Virginia.

 

May 30: Brandon Shawn Zappas, of 3061 Junction Road, Strasburg, was charged with two counts of shoplifting.

 

May 30: a male juvenile was charged with breaking and entering, grand larceny, larceny with intent to sell and destruction of property.

 

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