FCSO bloodhound locates missing person

Frederick County Sheriff’s located a missing and endangered person in Stephens City Friday afternoon.

The person was declared missing around 10 am when a son reported his 74 year old mother had left the residence.

The woman was found in a brushy thicket by Deputy Dan Clark and his Bloodhound Beau.

She suffered from mental health problems and had taken numerous prescriptions in an attempt at self harm.

She was then transported by Stephens City Fire and Rescue to Winchester Medical Center.

Sheriff Lenny Millholand wants to remind residents that if you have family members with conditions that can cause them to wander off, contact the Sheriff’s Office for more information on Project Lifesaver to help keep them safe.

Contact the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office at 540-662-6162 for additional information.

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News Maker Lenny Millholland on battle of the badges 2022

Frederick County Sheriff vs. Frederick County Fire Chief in the battle of the badges blood drive.

The battle is ON tomorrow June 8 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Public Safety Building Winchester.

Appointments are open at redcrossblood.org using the keyword battle2022 in the sponsor code location.

We spoke to Frederick County Sheriff Lenny Millholland about the battle in our latest news maker.

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Lenny not only tells us about the battle but about how important it is to make that appointment.

It is also important to continue to check the website redcrossblood.org to see if appointments open up for the drive.

Lenny also reminds us where the battle is fun the important thing is to give the gift of life no matter whose side you’re on.

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News Maker Lenny Millholland on a golf tournament

A golf tournament to support Our Health  is set for July 15 at Rock Harbor Golf Course.

We spoke with Frederick County Sheriff Lenny Millholland about the event in our latest news maker.

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Lenny tells us how important the event is to support the on going work of Our Health in Winchester.

He also tells us how to get involved as either a golfer or sponsor.

Lenny also tells us how well he does on the golf course.

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News Maker Lenny Millholland on free C.R.C.C

Frederick County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) and Frederick County Fire and Rescue (FCFR) are offering a Civilian Response Causality Care (C.R.C.C) course.

The course is about civilian response to emergency situations.

We spoke with Frederick County Sheriff Lenny Millholland about what to expect in our latest news maker.

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The course is free 4 hours long and will be held at the Spirit and Word Fellowship Church at 1275 Tasker Rd. Stephens City.

Sheriff Millholland explains the course and why it is important.

He also explains that there is limited space for the event.

Registration is required for the Mar. 12 event because of the limited availability.

To register for the event click here or contact the Spirit and Word Fellowship Church at (540) 868-9110.

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FCSO conclude Election Day investigation

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On Election Day, the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office responded to a woman complaining about a man taking pictures of her at a polling location.

The male was identified as Shawn Graber, Back Creek Supervisor.

A responding officer confronted Graber.

Graber claimed he was documenting illegal voting activities.

He contacted Sheriff Lenny Millholand the following day with complaints on the responding deputy claiming voter intimidation.

After an investigation using body cameras and the written report, Graber’s claims were proven false.

They also revealed the deputy acted appropriately when dealing with both parties involved.

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News Maker Lenny Millholland on National Drug Take Back Day

Both Frederick and Warren Counties Sheriff’s Offices have announced they will participate in National Drug Take Back Day.

National Drug Take Back Day is Sat. Oct. 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m..

This is a national effort to collect outdated or unused prescription or over the counter medications to keep them out of the wrong hands.

We spoke to Frederick County Sheriff Lenny Millholland about the Frederick County effort in our latest news maker segment.

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Sheriff Millholland explains the anonymity of the drop off and where it can be done.

Sheriff Millholland also tells us how successful last years’s effort was.

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VSI awarded 66 scholarships

The Virginia Sheriffs Institute awarded 66 scholarships this year with a total of $65,000.

The recipients chosen are pursuing degrees in criminal justice at a Virginia college.

Frederick County Sheriff Lenny Millholand will have the honor of distributing three of those scholarships to local students.

James Wood Senior Corrine Smith, Shenandoah University’s Elyssa McCafferty and Lord Fairfax Community College’s Sonya Puryear will all receive $1000 to put towards their education. 

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