Wanted man in Front Royal captured by Border Patrol

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On Sunday, November 20th the Front Royal Police Department received a call about an alleged stabbing in the area of South Street and Osage Street.

Upon arriving at the scene, officers first located the victim at a neighboring residence on Osage Street.

The victim was identified as a 35 year old female.

She was taken to Winchester Medical Center with potentially life threatening injuries.

Detectives of the Front Royal Police Department identified Humberto Vazquez as the suspect and obtained a warrant for his arrest for violation of a protective order and malicious wounding.

He was originally at large in the community before being captured by the U.S. Customs Border Patrol.

Vazquez was previously arrested in Warren County for unlawful and felonious breaking and entering with intent to commit a felony or larceny in October of 2022.

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Winchester Police investigate potential stabbing

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The Winchester Police Department is investigating a possible stabbing that occurred on Thursday around 4:30 pm in the 300 block of East Piccadilly Street.

Officers responded to a report of an altercation where they spoke with a 27 year old female victim who claimed she was in a verbal altercation that turned physical.

The victim displayed two puncture wounds likely caused by a bladed item.

She was transported to a medical facility with non-life threatening injuries.

The victim was known to the suspect, Kennedy Broy, 21, of Winchester.

Detectives obtained charges of malicious wounding and a warrant is outstanding for her arrest.

For a picture of the suspect, click here.

If you have information on this case, contact WPD’s Detective Bansal or use the P3 Tips app.

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WCSO warns of new scam

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The Warren County Sheriff’s Office wants to make citizens aware of a new scam in the area.

An individual has made calls identifying himself as Deputy Moore of the Warren County Sheriff’s Office and asked for money or a warrant would be issued for their arrest.

The scam has been reported in a neighboring county, but the Sheriff’s office wants all local residents to be aware of the situation.

Deputies in Warren County will not contact you regarding payment.

If anyone calls stating that they work for the office, hang up and call 540-635-4128.

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WCSO issues a scam warning

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The Warren County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) is warning of a scam where a caller might claim that you have missed Jury Duty and a warrant has been issued for your arrest.

If you pay a fine right away the caller insist the issue will be resolved.

The WCSO wants you to know they would never make calls like this.

If you have received such a call you should contact the Sheriff’s Department.

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