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FCSO chase and apprehend fugitive wanted in multiple jurisdiction

Fauquier Co. Sheriff's Logo used by permission by Fauquier County Deputy Jeffery Long

The Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) reports the capture of a fugitive from multiple jurisdictions with help from citizens.

Shortly before noon June 5  a FCSO  Deputy initiated a traffic stop for an equipment violation in the 13100 block of Marsh Road.

Initially the driver did stop but drove off when the officer approached his vehicle and then ran on foot.

A search by Canine, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and officers led to the arrest of Washington DC resident Leroy Keno Stocks.

After Stocks was taken into custody he was treated for heat-related concerns.

Further investigation found that the 47-year-old Stocks had writs of arrest out of Fauquier, Orange and Culpeper Counties.

Stocks was wanted for probation violations and failure to appear.

After the June 5  arrest Stocks now faces false identification to law enforcement, possession of with intent to distribute a schedule 1 2 drug charges as well.

Stocks also faces obstruction of justice, eluding, expired inspection and operating a vehicle without a license charges.

He is being held in the Fauquier County Adult Detention Center without bond.

During the investigation Alicia Timbers of Ashburn was also arrested and charged with identity theft and possession of a controlled substance paraphernalia.

The 37-year-old Timbers was ordered held until sober.

Fauquier Authorities were assisted by Fairfax County and citizens with timely information during the search and investigation.

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