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Man Charged with Four Counts of Brandishing a Firearm

The City of Fredericksburg Police Department provided this crime report. Where an arrest is mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

City of Fredericksburg Police Officers responded Monday to a report of a fight involving a male subject who was armed with a handgun.

A female resident of a home in the 700 block of Hanson Ave. reported she was having a family get together April 30 when a male acquaintance came over and started a fight. "During the argument, the subject displayed a handgun and made threats to the group assembled at the home," Natatia Bledsoe, Fredericskburg Police spokesperson, said.

The female pulled out her phone to call 911, and the male subject grabbed the phone and ran from the scene.

Responding officers chased the male on foot along the canal path and another two officers in patrol cars spotted the male as he came out of the wooded area along Sam Perry Boulevard, Bledsoe said. The male ran back into the woods and along the power line behind the hospital and was taken into custody by officers and a Fredericksburg Sheriff’s deputy, who had approached on foot from the other side of the canal.

During the search of the subject incident to arrest, a quantity of marijuana was found on his person. Fredericksburg K-9 Max was brought to the scene and conducted a search for further evidence. "The K-9 located the subject’s gun and a gun magazine along the route where he was seen running away from pursuing officers," Bledsoe said.

Johnathan Jurgins, 19, of Fredericksburg was arrested for four counts of brandishing a firearm, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of marijuana, resisting arrest, larceny, and preventing a person from calling 911. Jurgins was incarcerated at the Rappahannock Regional Jail under no bond.

Other Crime

LARCENY:
James Monroe High School, 2300 Washington Ave, 4/30 3:00 p.m. A student reported that the license plates were stolen from his vehicle. No suspects or witnesses at this time.

700 block Sophia St, 4/26 – 4/30 1:30 p.m. A City employee reported that an unknown person stole a decorative light pole from the street. No suspects or witnesses at this time.

1800 block College Ave, 4/27 8:00 a.m. A neighbor reported that a street sign had been pulled out of the ground. The sign pole was located in a yard nearby but the signs for College Avenue and Seacobeck Street were missing. No suspects or witnesses at this time.

IHOP, 2831 Plank Rd, 4/28 5:25 p.m. A manager reported that four subjects walked out of the restaurant without paying their bill. The investigation is ongoing.

Verizon, 1998 Plank Rd, 4/28 6:30 p.m. An employee reported that four male subjects stole electronic items and damaged the display setup on their way out of the store. The four suspects ran from the area headed in the direction of Huntington Hills. The investigation is ongoing.

VANDALISM:
Horseshoes and Hand Grenades, 1009 Princess Anne St, 4/29 – 4/30 11:00 a.m. The owner reported that an unknown person broke a pane of glass in one of the windows. No suspects or witnesses at this time.

200 block Summit St, 4/25 3:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. An officer discovered four overturned gravestones in a cemetery located in a wooded area near the intersection with Myrick Street. No suspects or witnesses at this time.

DUI ARRESTS:
Thomas Langston, 21, of Stafford was arrested for DUI and possession of marijuana in the 900 block of the Blue and Grey Parkway.

ARRESTS:
Kenyatta Ellis, 32, of Fredericksburg was arrested for assault and battery.

Truyen Nguyen, 50, of Silver Spring, Maryland was arrested for shoplifting from Walmart.

Misty Lewis, 35, of no fixed address was arrested for possession of marijuana.

Victoria Karvelas, 24, of Arlington was arrested for assault and battery and felony assault on law enforcement.

Victor Moreno, 35, of Stafford was arrested for larceny with intent to sell, shoplifting from Home Depot, and conspiracy, and on a warrant from Manassas charging him with grand larceny.

Barbara Urbaniak, 52, of Stafford was arrested for domestic assault and battery.

Myles McCormick, 25, of Fredericksburg was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon, possession of a firearm while subject to a protective order, violation of a protective order, and possession of marijuana.

Leah Roth, 18, of Fredericksburg was arrested for underage possession of alcohol.

Matthew Powell, 20, of Fredericksburg was arrested for underage possession of alcohol.

Austin Brooks, 20, of Fredericksburg was arrested for underage possession of alcohol.

Casey Dee, 20, of Fredericksburg was arrested for underage possession of alcohol.

Clarence Shannon, 29, of Upper Marlboro, Maryland was arrested for public intoxication.

Warren Kishpaugh, 24, of no fixed address was arrested on a warrant from Spotsylvania charging him with failure to appear in court.

Antonio Dunning, 35, of Tappahannock was arrested on a warrant from Essex County charging him with failure to appear in court.

Wayne Payne, 50, of no fixed address was arrested for possession of alcohol after being interdicted.

David Ritter, 21, of Fredericksburg was arrested for violation of the noise ordinance.

Nicklaus Smith, 22, of Fredericksburg was arrested for violation of the noise ordinance.

Vega Ramon, 21, of Spotsylvania was arrested for possession of marijuana.

Liana Burgoyne, 22, of Fredericksburg was arrested for possession of marijuana.

Guy Gentry, 34, of Spotsylvania was arrested on a warrant from Spotsylvania charging him with failure to appear in court on an underlying charge of possession of a controlled substance.

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