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Law enforcement officials reported Friday they seized heroin with a street value of $11,000 from a guest's motel room in Front Royal after arresting a Philadelphia man during a traffic stop.
The severe mutilation of two American pit bull terriers on May 19 has led to a plea for information and a reward from The Humane Society of the United States.
FRONT ROYAL - Stark cinder block walls, dark cells and exposed pipes in the roof show the area's next regional jail under construction.
Andrew Charles Studds insists he wasn't doing anything wrong when he videotaped Front Royal police while carrying a holstered gun on his right hip as they conducted traffic stops a few weeks ago.
A defamation lawsuit once decided in favor of Frederick County kennel owner Russell Lee Ebersole has been resurrected.
A school bus shooting incident in which a student managed to squeeze the trigger on a police officer's gun has led the Winchester Police Department to abandon new holsters acquired only about six months ago.
The father of a Strasburg High School student is disputing a decision by police and school officials to press charges of disorderly conduct and assault and battery that grew out of a cafeteria food fight on May 7.
Strasburg police arrested a local woman Saturday night after a fight that sent her estranged husband to Winchester Medical Center with a stab wound.
Law enforcement agencies throughout the Northern Shenandoah Valley will be paying extra attention to seat belt enforcement as part of the national Click It Or Ticket campaign that began Monday and runs through June 2.
Crime statistics for 2012 show Strasburg to be a mostly safe place that is getting safer.
The trial of a Strasburg woman on drug charges linked to her alleged theft of thousands of dollars from a charitable trust fund reserved for a child's medical expenses is off for now.
A Winchester police officer whose gun discharged on a school bus Monday as he sat next to a special needs student is back on duty, department officials said Wednesday.
A fugitive described by the Warren County Sheriff's Office as armed and dangerous has turned himself in to law enforcement authorities in West Virginia, Sheriff Daniel T. McEathron said Wednesday.
Tuesday was a day for bagpipers to play "Amazing Grace" and poetry readings from the podium as family and friends of law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty gathered to honor their memory at Rappahannock Regional Criminal Justice Academy in Middletown.
A special prosecutor has been appointed to replace Shenandoah County Commonwealth's Attorney Amanda M. Wiseley in the disorderly conduct case of a Strasburg man accused of bringing a board into an elementary school bearing the words "high powered rifle."
WOODSTOCK - Shenandoah County leaders have backed the sheriff's plan to put more deputies into schools this fall.
Law enforcement officials say they believe a man arrested early Sunday morning in Wythe County is the same suspect wanted in a burglary and car theft hours earlier in Woodstock.
A Winchester police officer's gun fired accidentally into the floor of a school bus Monday morning after one of the juvenile passengers reached into the officer's holster, according to a police news release.
Former Strasburg police officer Aaron H. Lewis lost his job over accusations that he used excessive force against a suspect in a drug case, falsification of records and violation of safety rules without a threat to life, according to documents in Shenandoah County Circuit Court.
A Luray man faces eight felony counts, including armed robbery and assault and battery against a law enforcement officer, stemming from two sets of crimes committed in Warren County in August 2011 and November 2012.
Shenandoah County sheriff's deputies arrested a New Market man Thursday and charged him with burglary and two other felonies after finding him after work hours in a plant where he used to work.
The Warren County Sheriff's Office is searching for a man, described as armed and dangerous, who is suspected of stealing a 9mm pistol.
Strasburg police arrested a Woodstock man Sunday afternoon and charged him with brandishing a firearm and reckless use of a firearm after investigating a report of a man pulling a loaded gun and pointing it at another man during an argument.
Crooks can use pens as well as guns to steal, and no group is more vulnerable to unscrupulous plots to separate people from their money than the elderly.
The town of Strasburg has won what could be a final victory in a legal dispute with fired police officer Aaron Lewis.
A man facing charges of involuntary manslaughter and drunk driving stemming from a fatal traffic crash in Shenandoah County has a history as a violent sex offender, according to court records.
WOODSTOCK - Efforts to study the Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office remain bogged down by communication issues, a criticized study and a growing list of questions.
Warren County fire officials are increasingly worried about a rash of arsons this year involving juvenile suspects.
Front Royal police are searching for an 18-year-old town resident who escaped from custody as he was about to enter the jail around 3 p.m. Thursday.
Several expert speakers will be offering advice to seniors on how they can protect themselves against fraud at a seminar scheduled from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Warren County Government Center, 220 Commerce Ave. Room 602, Front Royal.
Overcrowding at the Warren County Jail has Sheriff Daniel T. McEathron scrambling to find neighboring jurisdictions willing to house some of the inmates.
Front Royal police charged a local man with sexual penetration with an object and assault and battery on a minor after they arrested him Monday.
IIt takes more than a threatening letter from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to prevent Rodney Sparks from selling groceries to customers enrolled in the Food Stamp program, recently renamed the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
Clyde Eugene Burrell Jr., charged with attempted capital murder of a law enforcement officer and several related offenses, was involved in another confrontation with police Tuesday, according to his attorney and Warren County Circuit Judge Dennis L. Hupp.
A case involving a man accused in the robbery of a 7-Eleven store in Front Royal almost two years ago is set to be presented to a grand jury after a preliminary hearing Tuesday.
Law enforcement officers from the Front Royal police and Warren County Sheriff's Office swept up 48 people as part of a massive drug enforcement operation throughout the Northern Shenandoah Valley on Thursday.
Woodstock residents got an up close look at the world of police, fire and emergency medical services in their community Saturday.
Multiple law-enforcement agencies arrested dozens of people across the valley Thursday in an operation targeting illegal drugs.
FRONT ROYAL - A single-vehicle crash early Friday morning in Warren County sent the driver to a local hospital.
Martinsburg city officials have been served notice by the family of Wayne Jones, the Stephens City man slain by Martinsburg police on March 13, that they intend to sue for $250 million.