Latest on Crime Scene Mystery on Belle Plains Road
All the information related to the arrest of Dennis Paul Benzie on March 15, and the ongoing search for bodies on Belle Plains Road properties.
The Stafford County Sheriff's Office Saturday installed gates at the entrance to the driveways at 881 and 841 Belle Plains Rd. The two adjacent properties have been an active crime scene since March 14.
The White Oak community has received the Stafford County Sheriff's Office first public statement — one week after the arrest of Dennis Paul Benzie and a week spent watching crime scene investigators come and go.
WUSA-9 reported Wednesday night that law enforcement is searching for bodies on the property at 881 Belle Plains Road.
Police arrested Dennis Paul Benzie on March 15 and executed a search warrant on the property.
See more details on Benzie's drug charges and the search at 881 Belle Plains Road.
Patrol cars and a search and rescue truck were still at the property on Wednesday, March 20.
Patch was one of the first outlets to report that the Stafford County Sheriff's Office had brought a back hoe and FBI assistance to the crime scene over the weekend.
List of coverage:
- Sheriff's Office Installs Gates at Belle Plains Crime Scene (Photos) (March 23)
- One Week After Arrest, Sheriff's Office Issues First Public Statement (March 21, 2013)
- Report: Stafford County Sheriff's Search for Bodies on Belle Plains Property (March 20, 2013)
- Investigators at Mystery Crime Scene on Belle Plains Road for Sixth Day (Photos) (March 20, 2013)
- Sheriff's Office Confirms Arrest, Ongoing Investigation (March 19, 2013)
- Mystery: Drug Search Confirmed at Belle Plains Home (March 19, 2013)
- Mystery: Sheriff's Office Hasn't Left Crime Scene Since Saturday (March 18, 2013)
Keep up with the latest on this investigation at 881 Belle Plains Road.
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