Triad hosts Spring conference

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Triad is hosting it’s Spring Conference on Tuesday, May 7th.

Triad is a joint effort between the Page County law enforcement community (fire/police/sheriff) to aid senior citizens and their
organizations in reducing crimes against them.

This conference is a time for seniors to share their concerns and questions.

The First Responders will have presentations and publications.

The conference will be held at Rileyville Baptist Church on US 340 from 9 am to 1:30 pm.

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FCSO warns of new scam

Frederick County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) would like to remind residents that at no time will the Sheriff’s Office ask for money over the phone, nor will they ask for a gift card for payment.

If you receive a call from someone stating they are Chris Peterson with the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office stating you have a warrant, this is a scam.

If you have any questions about a call you received from someone stating, they are with the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office
please hang up and call the office directly to verify.

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News Maker Lenny Millholland on swatting and bomb threats

Scott Bradley speaks with News Maker Lenny Millholland for their monthly chat on what’s top of mind for the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office.

They focus on the recent stint of swatting and bomb threats to schools in the area and around Virginia.

The responses for these threats have a high cost of restitution for the criminals as they must reimburse the departments for the resources used.

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SCSO offers property checks for the holidays

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The Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office announced that they are offering property checks for citizens who may be traveling out of town for the holidays.

If you wish to have your property, periodically checked you need to fill out a request form either by coming to the Sheriff’s Office or by calling.

Call the Sheriff’s Office at 540-459-6100 or drop by their Offices at 810 N. Main St. Woodstock Virginia.

Once the form is filled out by the homeowner or caretaker you will be added to the Sheriff’s Office property check lists.

Property checks will continue for a maximum of 30 days unless specified otherwise.

Property Checks are done on businesses and churches after hours without a request.

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News Maker Lenny Millholland on Nat. Night Out

Tuesday August 3 is National Night Out it’s a chance to meet local Law Enforcement and first responders.

Teams will be offering displays, games, equipment and activities for local families.

Two locations are set for the event in Frederick County.

Frederick County Sheriff Lenny Millholand tells us what to expect at the two Frederick County events.

There are two locations set up in Frederick County this year and as Sheriff Millholland explains there will be plenty to do.

Here is Sheriff Millholland’s interview.

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