Fauquier County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Fauquier County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 78 West Lee Street, Warrenton, 20186 VA
  • Chief:

Fauquier County Sheriff's Office is located at 78 West Lee Street, Warrenton, 20186 VA. The Fauquier County Sheriff's Office phone number is 540-347-3300.

Fauquier County Sheriff's Office News

Thank you Fauquier Chamber of Commerce for inviting Sheriff Mosier to talk about business safety at Wednesday's member luncheon!

5171-Blk Lee Hwy near the intersection of Rt 600 northbound and southbound left lanes will be shut down for an undetermined amount of time for a vehicle fire. Use caution, avoid the area, and use an alternate route if possible!

The Stafford, VA man wanted for attempted malicious wounding for an incident at a farm on Liberty Road in Bealeton on Monday, October 22nd is in custody. Juan Jose Pinon Villagomez, 36, turned himself in at the Sheriff's Office this afternoon. He is being held in the Fauquier County Adult Detention Center with no bond. Original News Release: Deputies were called to a farm in the 5500 block of Liberty Road Monday morning, October 22, 2018, for a reported assault involving a man with a gun. The incident was reported at 9:18 a.m. Due to the nature of the report and the proximity of several nearby schools the School Resource Officers were notified. Several schools, Liberty High School, Grace Miller Elementary School, Cedar Lee Middle School and Southeastern Alternative School, implemented safety procedures. Deputies and detectives arrived and began an investigation. They located one victim and one of two suspects. Evidence that a firearm had been discharged was also located, however, it was determined the suspect in possession of the firearm had fled the scene prior to law enforcement arrival. Two suspects have been charged, one is in custody the other is currently wanted. Juan Carlos Juarez, 41, of Stafford, VA is charged with one count of malicious wounding. He is being held with no bond at the Fauquier County Adult Detention Center. Juan Jose Pinon Villagomez, 36, of Stafford, VA is charged with one count of attempted malicious wounding, one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and one count of use of a firearm in commission of a felony.

The men and women of the Sheriff’s Office join Sheriff Mosier in congratulating Training Coordinator Allison Marshall in her recent election as the Director at Large for the Virginia Chapter of the Association of Public Safety Telecommunications Officers - APCO. Congratulations Allison!

Stay Alert! Be aware of HIGH WATER on roadways!

Are you in the routine? Help prevent theft! #9PMROUTINE

Hard to believe it's almost 9PM already.....#9PMROUTINE

You may notice something different on our cruisers! Law enforcement accreditation decals have been added to our marked cruisers to let folks know the Sheriff's Office is a Commonwealth of Virginia accredited law enforcement agency. Board of Supervisors Chairman Chris Butler and Shannon Dion, Director of the Department of Criminal Justice Services, helped Sheriff Mosier place the first decal during our recent open house! More to come...

Thank you Kathy, Nancy and everyone at Discover Fauquier for attending the Sheriff's Office accreditation open house. We appreciate your support! More to come.....

Good morning from Brumfield Elementary!

Training Advisory for November 2, 2018 through November 16, 2018 MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, VA. Marine Corps Base Quantico (MCBQ) has provided military, federal, state and local organizations robust training services since 1917. Today, 55 ranges support live-fire and demolition training for more than 40 Federal organizations, the Department of Defense, and multiple regional and local law enforcement agencies. Residents in the vicinity of Marine Corps Base Quantico may be inconvenienced by increased sounds, vibrations, and/or illuminations due to training on: November 2 – 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. November 6 - Noon to Midnight November 7 – 12:01 a.m. to Midnight (full day) November 8 – 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. November 9 – 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. November 13 – 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. November 14 – 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. November 15 – 5 a.m. to 4 p.m. November 16 – 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. The impact of noise, vibrations, and/or illuminations experienced across the area will vary depending on atmospheric conditions and changes to the natural sound barriers. If you would like to comment on the impact of training, please visit http://www.quantico.marines.mil/Advisories/Noise-Advisories/Noise-Complaint/ For additional information, visit Marine Corps Base Quantico’s official website at www.quantico.marines.mil.

***Update*** Per VSP the roadway is open. ***Update*** Per VSP they have opened 1 lane at this time. Dumfries Rd just North of Rogues Rd will be Shut down due to an accident for an undertermined amount of time. Use caution, avoid the area or find an alternate route.

Let's have a fun and safe Halloween!

NEWS RELEASE “For Immediate Release” October 31, 2018 Bealeton Man Arrested in Stabbing Incident BEALETON, VA – Deputies were called to an apartment complex in the 6300 block of Village Center Drive in Bealeton Tuesday night for a reported stabbing. The caller advised a male had been stabbed and was located on a second floor stairwell landing. Deputies arrived and located the 20 year old male victim and a neighbor who was rendering first aid. After obtaining statements from the victim and witnesses it was determined the victim had been stabbed by a former roommate during some sort of argument or altercation. The suspect was also located on scene. Trevor Joseph Busby, 20, of Bealeton, is charged with one felony of aggravated malicious wounding. Busby was held with no bond in the Fauquier County Adult Detention Center. The victim was transported in stable condition to the Fauquier Hospital Emergency Room with stab wounds to the neck and torso.

A Message about Everbridge Alerts: In the last several days citizens in various parts of Fauquier County have received phone calls from the Fauquier County Emergency Alert Network know as "Everbridge". The alerts were in regard to juveniles who were reported missing and met the criteria to be considered "endangered". These were separate incidents but we felt the need to broadcast a lookout for an endangered juvenile in the hope a citizen would receive the alert and may later observe the described individual and report the location. These alerts were sent with the full consent and permission of the parent or legal guardian. The Sheriff's Office does not issue alerts for each and every reported runaway or missing person therefore when an alert is received there is good reason the alert was issued. In the last few alerts timing of calls was an issue and that aspect is being scrutinized as well. The Sheriff's Office has received complaints regarding the alerts for missing juveniles and we take these seriously. We are currently reviewing the criteria used to issue these alerts and as always we welcome your feedback and thank you for providing it. Please follow the link for more information regarding the Fauquier County Emergency Alert System.