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April 10, 2017

Sheriff’s town hall meeting Wednesday at Vint Hill

File Photo/Lawrence Emerson
Sheriff Bob Mosier will start the meeting at 7 p.m. Nov. 2 at the Catlett fire and rescue station.
Fauquier Sheriff Bob Mosier will conduct a “town hall” meeting Wednesday night, April 12, at Vint Hill.

The meeting will start at 7:30 p.m. at the Inn at Vint Hill, 200 Aiken Drive.

Sheriff Mosier will cover:

• Business crime prevention tips.

• Investigation updates.

• Traffic safety.

• Citizen questions.

The sheriff routinely conducts a series of such meetings around the county.

For more information, contact Sgt. James Hartman at 540-422-8660.

Town Hall - Vint Hill April 2017 by Fauquier Now on Scribd

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TooTrue · October 25, 2016 at 9:30 am
Bob is trying. The Warrenton leadership does not even try though the below notes 30%
Tell It Like It Is · October 24, 2016 at 2:15 pm
Lets see we had one in the southern end at Cedar Lee. the entire southern end of the county accounted for approx. 55% of reported crime as of Feb 2016 FCPD Crime Log.

Warrenton areas not in the township accounted for about 30% of county crime as of Feb 2016.

Then there were 3 in the upper end of the county in late August 2016 recently at The Plains, Marshall and Upperville. Take out the 55% for the southern end and 30% and the entire rest of the county only accounted for the remaining approx. 17% of reported crime as of the same reported county crime log that was publicly posted in Feb. 2016.

Why is the County PD spending more time addressing the 17% and not nearly enough time addressing the 55%???

So what about Midland, Calverton, Casanova, Goldvein, Sumerduck, l Somerville, .... etc???

Why we they not get individual focused meetings?

It seems like we still have not gotten directly to the citizens that are experiencing the most crime.
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