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November 8, 2019

Methamphetamine, heroin seized in Remington raid

Video/Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office.
Video depicts officers moving in on Remington home early Friday and suspect fleeing at rear.
Police arrested four Remington residents on narcotics charges after a predawn raid of a house north of town Friday.

“A narcotics investigation by the Blue Ridge Narcotics and Gang Taskforce led to the execution of a search warrant,” sheriff’s Sgt. James Hartman said. “The search warrant was the result of an investigation into the distribution of methamphetamine in the area.”
 
As task force members and Fauquier sheriff’s deputies arrived at the house in the 11000 block of James Madison Street, “one suspect jumped from a window and fled on foot,” Sgt. Hartman said. “That suspect, identified as Anthony Poole, was captured a short time later with the assistance of the Sheriff’s Office Unmanned Aerial Systems Unit and K-9 Hank.” 
 
Officers charged:
 
• Anthony Poole, 28, of Remington, with possession of methamphetamine and a third or subsequent offence of distribution of methamphetamine.
 
• Robert Logue, 33, of Remington, with possession of heroin and possession of methamphetamine. 
 
• Rebecca Bishop, 39, of Remington, with possession of methamphetamine.
 
• Kenneth Macafee, 29, of Remington, with possession of methamphetamine.
 
More information will be available after the suspects go through arrest processing.
 
“Sheriff (Bob) Mosier praised the efforts of the Blue Ridge Narcotics and Gang Taskforce for their continued efforts to help combat narcotics distribution in Fauquier County,” Sgt. Hartman added. 
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Bettye Glascock · November 8, 2019 at 8:31 pm
Absolutely Awesome!!
Thanks to Sheriff Mosier and the Deputies for a job well done.
ella82 · November 8, 2019 at 7:24 pm
While they were at it they should have moved on up 29N and checked out the McDonalds and the Sheetz inside and out and then moved on up to the low rent motels that are just above there...all well known places to their "customers".
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