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Culpeper Town Police Arrest Report, July 27-Aug. 2, 2020
Culpeper Town Police Arrest Report, Sept. 30-Oct. 5

Culpeper Town Police Arrest Report, July 27-Aug. 2, 2020

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A Ford Interceptor from the Culpeper Police Department.

This report is provided by the Culpeper Police Department. It does not imply guilt.

July 27

Armando Jose Guadamuz II, age 24, 800 block of Third Street, Culpeper; assault and battery—family member; enter property to damage, etc.

July 28

Jordan Elizabeth Mills, age 26, 100 block of Jubilee Avenue, Martinsburg, W.Va.; driving under the influence of alcohol.

Shane D. Shifflett, age 37, 2900 block of Rubin Lane, Charlottesville; assault and battery—simple.

John Franklin Greene, age 59, 100 block of South West Street, Culpeper; hit and run—personal injury.

Kara Maria Hart, age 19, 12200 block of Robin Road, Culpeper; drunk in public, profane language; assault and battery--police officer or firefighter.

July 31

Edward Adam Lewis, age 32, 600 block of Nalle Place, Culpeper; three counts of violate protective orders.

August 1

Alex Christopher Baughman, age 19, 800 block of Fox Den Road, Culpeper; petit larceny.

William Edward Settle III, age 35, 600 block of Highview Court, Culpeper; two counts of possession of schedule I, II controlled substance.

August 2

Larry Darnell Greene III, age 26, 200 block of East Williams Street, Culpeper; assault and battery—family member.

Danny Cris Gahagan Jr., age 39, 100 block of East Davis Street, Culpeper; three counts of possession of schedule I, II controlled substance; drunk in public, profane language.

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