Man arrested on breaking and entering, assault charges

WOODSTOCK — The Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Fredericksburg man in Edinburg on Friday night after he allegedly attempted to break into a residence, injuring the homeowner in the process.

Tony Duke Wilberg, 32, is accused of assaulting the resident with an unknown object two or three times during the incident, the criminal complaint states. The complaint also alleges that there was “obvious damage” to property inside the residence.

Court documents also state that Wilberg was heavily intoxicated when a deputy responded to the incident, and was taken to Shenandoah Memorial Hospital to be evaluated. The complaint states that Wilberg was “uncooperative” at the hospital, and when the deputy tried to restrain Wilberg, he spit toward the deputy, hitting the deputy in the forearm.

According to the bail determination document, Wilberg has a criminal history of DUI and underage alcohol possession.

Wilberg has been formally charged with breaking and entering, assault, and more than $1,000 in destruction of property. He is being held without bond in Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail as he awaits his next court date, which is set for Friday in Shenandoah County General District Court.