Juwan Todd, 23, of Catlett, faces multiple felony charges related to thefts from vehicles Tuesday night and Wednesday morning in Bealeton, according to the sheriff’s office.
A Fauquier sheriff’s detective on Thursday arrested and charged a 23-year-old Catlett man with multiple felonies related to a rash of thefts from parked vehicles in Bealeton a day earlier.
“A victim from the larceny had reported that someone had tried to use their credit card at a local business in the Bealeton area,” Lt. Steve Lewis wrote in a press release. “Fauquier sheriff’s detectives were able to review surveillance video and had identified a male suspect and a suspect vehicle.
“On November 17, the vehicle and male suspect was located in Warrenton and a traffic stop was conducted. The male suspect was identified as Juwan Todd.”
Mr. Todd faces charges of credit card theft, attempted credit card fraud, entering a vehicle to commit a crime, grand larceny of a firearm and petty larceny.
The thefts took place in Bealeton subdivisions off Catlett Road (Route 28).
The suspect remains in the Fauquier County Adult Detention Center, pending a bond hearing.