Frederick County Sheriff’s Office seeks to ID three

The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office is seeking to identify three people in connection with an incident Friday at Lowe’s in Stephenson.

The three individuals entered the Lowe’s at 261 Market St. on Friday, according to a department Facebook post. One subject proceeded to fill a cart with Dewalt tools.

The agency has 10 photos of the trio in its Facebook post on the incident.

No further information was available as of Saturday morning.

Deputies ask anyone with information to call 540-662-6162, reference 2400 1706 or contact Frederick Clarke Crime Solvers at 540-665-TIPS.

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Drunk driving hit and run on K-9 patrol vehicle

On April 16th at approximately 1:30 am, a K-9 deputy of the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office was conducting a traffic stop for speeding at the Battlefield ramp in Leesburg off of Route 7 West.

While writing the driver a summons, another vehicle crashed into the police vehicle with the deputy and canine inside.

The deputy was able to follow the driver who initially fled the scene at reckless speeds before eventually stopping.

The driver, Robert Charles Neumister, 40, of Stephenson, was found to be under the influence of alcohol and was arrested and charged with Hit and Run, Reckless Driving, Driving While Intoxicated, Eluding, and Narcotics possession.

He was taken to Loudoun County Adult Detention Center, where he is held without bond.

The officer and K-9 were unharmed in the incident.

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