PCSO and NRDTF arrest 4 in major narcotics investigation

Page County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO) reports that with the assistance of the Northwest Regional Drug Task Force (NRDTF) South End team an arrest of four people was made on August 17.

The execution of a search warrant at 570 Jollett Road Elkton led to the arrest that included the confiscation of several suspicious items.

Gregory Michael Knight, William BJ Brown Jr., Amanda Marye Cubbage and Curtis Lee Wright have all been taken into custody in the investigation.

During the investigation authorities seized narcotics with a street value of approximately $15,000.

Prescription drugs with a street value of approximately $3,000 were also confiscated.

One catalytic converter, a firearm and several items consistent with the distribution of narcotics including a money counter were also confiscated.

Over $1,350 in U.S. currency was found in the investigation as well.

The investigation was initiated by a task force that includes 6 different regional agencies including Virginia State Police working together as the Northwest Regional Drug Task Force.

The case remains under investigation.

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SCSO seizes 30 grams of fentanyl in arrest

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Investigators from the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office report that they conducted a controlled buy and subsequent  traffic stop that led to the seizure of 30 grams of fentanyl and an arrest on Thursday, May 18th.

Danielle Marie Bryant, 35, of Hopewell, was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell or distribute.

The 30 grams of fentanyl she possessed had a street value of $3,000 and just 2 milligrams can become a lethal dose.

She was released on an unsecured bond of $7,500.

Her court date is set for June 9th, 2023 at 9:00 AM at Shenandoah County General District Court.

The investigation was part of the Sheriff’s Office efforts with the Northwest Virginia Regional Drug and Gang Task Force.

SCSO also thanked the New Market, Strasburg, and Front Royal Police Departments as well as the Virginia State Police for their help in the investigation.

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NVRDGTF arrest another MD. resident in The valley

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Virginia State Police are investigating a non-fatal officer involved shooting in Warren County.

At approximately 8:30 last night Mar. 11 Northwest Virginia Regional Drug and Gang Task Force were conducting narcotics operation involving a drug courier from Baltimore.

The suspect attempted to flee in his vehicle ramming one of the investigators knocking him to the ground.

Shots were fired from other officers running the suspect off the road and into an embankment.

The suspect suffered serious injuries and was transported to Winchester Medical Center.

The officer suffered minor injuries with no other injuries reported.

The incident took place in the 9800 block of Winchester Road near Interstate 66.

The incident remains under investigation.

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NVRDTF arrest more MD. residents in the valley

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The Northwest Virginia Regional Drug and Gang Task Force (NVRDGTF) made three additional arrest of Maryland residents in the Shenandoah Valley last Tue..

Collectively the trio attempted to transport 57 grams of crack cocaine with a street value of $2,600.

Over 500 capsules of fentanyl with a street value of $15,000.

A firearm and $1,800 in cash were also confiscated.

Undercover agents lured the trio into the valley on the pretext of selling the drugs and were promptly arrested on arrival in Strasburg last Tue..

Five Maryland residents have been arrested for bringing drugs into the valley using the same sting in the last two weeks.

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