Page County traffic stop leads to child endangerment charges

Deputies of the Page County Sheriff’s Office report a traffic stop on February 28th in the area of General Drive in Luray.

The driver of the vehicle was Kevin McCoy, 44, and his passengers included Sharon Williams, 30, and three small children.

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A picture of Williams is found here.

Deputies were notified that Williams had an outstanding Capias from Montgomery County, Virginia.

She was placed under arrest and after a search, officers found 18 grams of Methamphetamine, 6 suspected Oxycodone pills, a Smith and Wesson 22 Compact Handgun and a KEL-TEC 22 Mag Handgun.

Williams was charged for the possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, possession of a concealed firearm without a permit and with drugs, and  three counts of Child Endangerment.

McCoy was charged with Possession of a concealed firearm by a convicted felon and a fraudulent inspection sticker.

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Culpeper residents charged for fentanyl and firearms

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The Blue Ridge Narcotics and Gang Task Force wrapped up another lengthy investigation with the arrest of two Culpeper residents.

Daiquan Thompson and Octavia Richards were arrested in the 300 block of Wine Street in Culpeper.

With the execution of a search warrant the pair were found to be in possession of 670 pills of pressed fentanyl and two firearms.

The drugs seized have an approximate street value of over $16,700.

The pair are facing numerous charges including possession with intent to distribute a schedule 1 or 2 drug, possession of a firearm while in possession of drugs and child endangerment.

Thompson is a known gang member and is being investigated for violating probation conditions as well.

Both subjects are being held without bond at the Culpeper County Jail.

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