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Woman caught trying to break into vehicle in south Stafford, police say

Woman caught trying to break into vehicle in south Stafford, police say

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A woman was arrested Wednesday after she was seen trying to break into vehicles in southern Stafford County, police said.

Stafford Sheriff’s Maj. Jason Dembowski said deputies went to the 500 block of Warrenton Road in response to calls about a suspicious woman.

The caller complained that the woman was shining a light into vehicles and trying to get into them.

Deputy S.P. Whitt found two vehicles that had been tampered with and one of them had a cracked window. Whitt then found the woman suspected of trying to get into the vehicles.

Police said the woman’s speech was slurred, and illegal drugs and paraphernalia were in her possession. She also had a wallet containing another person’s identification and credit cards.

Kimberly Ann Faltz, 33, of Spotsylvania County was charged with possession of illegal drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia, credit card theft, two counts of tampering with a vehicle and public intoxication. She was placed in the Rappahannock Regional Jail.

Court records show that she has a history of drug- and theft-related convictions.

Keith Epps: 540/374-5404

kepps@freelancestar.com

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