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Five new Frederick County Sheriff's Office deputies hit the streets last week after graduating on Nov. 22 from the Skyline Regional Criminal Justice Academy in Middletown.

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WOODSTOCK — Shenandoah County authorities have accused three Harrisonburg men of abducting and assaulting a man and then leading law enforcement officers on a pursuit Wednesday morning.

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Eight people were shot and wounded in the early-morning hours Sunday in Harrisonburg.

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HARRISONBURG — Federal officials have announced the arrest and indictment of a Winchester man accused of planting a pipe bomb at Cedar Creek Battlefield near Middletown during the Oct. 14, 2017, reenactment of the Battle of Cedar Creek.

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A man accused of stabbing his mother’s boyfriend in Strasburg on Tuesday night is in the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office custody.

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The man accused of shooting his girlfriend in Harrisonburg and leading authorities on a high-speed chase on Interstate 81 into Shenandoah County in 2020 will face a jury in October 2023.

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Matthew Joseph Embrey, 37, of Hunt Road, Front Royal, stands charged in Warren County General District Court with felony eluding law enforcement, possession of a firearm by a non-violent felon, possession of ammunition, abduction and reckless handling of a firearm.

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Shenandoah County authorities don’t plan to charge anyone for making comments on social media that led to Strasburg High School canceling a football game Friday night.

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Federal authorities used a Front Royal shopping center in an undercover sting targeting drug dealing and money laundering for a Mexican cartel.

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The Loudoun County man who set fire to a Toms Brook house in 2019 because he was angry over a Confederate flag being displayed must serve prison time for arson, although attempted murder charges were dropped in a plea deal.

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WOODSTOCK — Commonwealth's attorneys offices statewide are experiencing staffing shortages, but the Shenandoah County Commonwealth's Attorney Office is having a particularly hard time. The office has just two employees.

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WOODSTOCK — The Basye man accused of firing a bullet at Shenandoah County Sheriff’s deputies was denied bond Friday as his attorney argued a substance abuse problem led to the incident.