FCSO arrest a Florida man involved in a December incident

Frederick County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) report by email the chase and arrest of a wanted man involved in a December shooting.

Deputies began the chase March 24 at 11:29 a.m. after locating a wanted vehicle.

The suspect was involved in the discharge of a firearm at a member of Frederick County Fire and Recuse in December.

After positive identification of the suspect a traffic stop was initiated.

During the stop Daniel Quinnell refused to step out of the vehicle, rolled up his window and fled.

The ensuing pursuit went down Interstate 81 South at more than 115 miles per hour.

Quinnell passed vehicles on the shoulder and median and made at least  two U-Turns.

Approximately a mile after a second U-Turn spike strips were used to  flatten the tires of the vehicle.

Quinnell was seen throwing a revolver out of the window of the vehicle before pulling over after the deflation.

Quinnell is a convicted felon and currently the subject of a protective order out of Florida.

The revolver was recovered and found to be loaded except for two empty chambers.

Quinnell made a full confession to the December shooting and now faces several charges including charges in regards to the December shooting.

At the time of the release Quinnell was being held at the Northwestern Regional Adult Detention Center.

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Sports: Monday, April 1, 2024

Final Four Set In NCAA Tourney, Reds Down Nats With 3 In The Ninth, Caps Move Into 3rd In Metro

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River Report: 4-1-24

In today’s Shenandoah River Report, Riverkeeper Mark Frondorf has a great idea for some parent-child bonding: fishing! There are some great fising spots nearby, so plan an outing soon! Our reports are brought to you by Don Roberts and the folks at Front Royal Outdoors. They can help plan your South Fork fun this Spring and beyond, so visit them at https://frontroyaloutdoors.com!


State Senator calls for budget do-over

One Republican in the State Senate says it may be time to call a special session and start over with the state budget.

Glen Sturtevant, R-Richmond, posted on X that with the Alexandria arena and retail marijuana out of the way after Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s vetoes and in light of the Baltimore bridge collapse, the budget should be redone with a focus on the Port of Virginia.

“The bridge collapse this week means the Port of Virginia is going to have to do more to keep the economy moving,” Sturtevant said in the Friday post.

“The Port should really be the focus of the budget;” he said, “currently it’s not. Maybe @GlennYoungkin can get that done with amendments. But what we really need is to scrap the budget and start over with the @PortofVirginia  as a major priority.”

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Man arrested; 123 pounds of pot confiscated

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A New York state man was arrested after troopers found 123 pounds of marijuana in his vehicle during a Wednesday traffic stop, State Police said.

The traffic stop was initiated for speeding and following too closely on Interstate 81 in Rockingham County. During the stop at mile marker 246, the driver, Jun Yan of Fresh Meadows, N.Y., consented to a search of his Toyota Sienna.

During the search, Virginia State Police discovered 123 boxes containing vacuum sealed packages of marijuana.

The 45-year-old Yan faces charges of possessing marijuana with the intent to distribute and transporting more than 5 pounds of the drug into the state. In all, 123 pounds of marijuana with a street value of over $500,000 was confiscated.

Yan has been transported to the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Regional Jail and is being held without bond.

News Maker Larry Turner on Kernstown Battlefield Park Day

American Battlefield Trust Park Day is April 6.

We spoke with Kernstown Battlefield Foundation Vice President Larry Turner about the day in our latest news maker.

News makers are sponsored by Warren County.

Experience Warren County Where History, Nature, and Family Come Together.

Larry reminds us that American Battlefield Trust Park Day is a National event.

He tells us that there is a lot planned for Kernstown Battlefield as they prepare for their opening day April 12.

Larry also tells of a little added incentive for those who volunteer their time and talent to participate in the event at Kernstown Battlefield.

Click here for Larry’s news maker.

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