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Culprits Found for String of Larcenies

8 November 2019 Shenandoah County News


November 8, 2019

STRASBURG – Three men were arrested for their involvement in a string of larcenies stretching from Strasburg to Toms Brook over the past three weeks.

An investigation into the robberies, and the search warrant that stemmed from it, led the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office to Adam Richard Kimball, Freddie Lynn Hunt, Jr., and Steven James Brown. The three men stole various items in the area including gambling tokens, credit cards, outdoor power equipment, firearms and children’s toys.

Kimball was charged with two counts each for felony grand larceny and felony stolen property with intent to sell. Additionally, he was charged with single counts of felony credit card larceny, felony entering a dwelling at night, felony abduction of a person with intent to defile and petit larceny. No full explanation has been given with regards to the abduction charge. The Sheriff’s Office investigation into that incident is ongoing.

Hunt, a Strasburg native, was charged with seperate single felony counts of: aid in concealing goods, conspiracy to aid in concealing goods and conspiracy to sell stolen property.

Brown, the youngest of the bunch at 22 years of age, was charged with two counts each of felony grand larceny and felony larceny with intent to sell. On top of those charges, he was additionally charged with singular counts of felony credit card larceny, felony entering a dwelling at night, petit larceny, credit card fraud and destruction of property.

Each man is currently held without bond in the Rappahannock Shenandoah Warren Regional Jail. Their respective trial dates are scheduled for late January. Additional charges against each man are pending according to the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Department.

 

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