VIRGINIA: Stafford County Sheriff reports recent DWI arrests including Jason Dupree who did the sideways slide on his way to his 2nd DWI in ten years


Stafford County Virginia Sheriff David P. Decatur reports that on Nov. 14, 2021, at 9:25 p.m., Deputy B.M. Taylor responded to the area of Northridge Drive & Morton Road for a report of a single-vehicle accident. Upon arrival, deputies located the vehicle overturned on its side. Glass and debris from a trash can struck by the vehicle were scattered all over the roadway.


The driver, Jason Dupree, 47, of Fredericksburg, was able to exit the vehicle unharmed. Deputy Taylor noticed Dupree smelled of alcoholic beverages. Field sobriety tests were administered and Dupree was arrested for driving under the influence-2nd offense within 10 years. He was held on a $1,000 secured bond at the Rappahannock Regional Jail.

Over this past weekend, deputies from the Stafford Sheriff’s Office made 5 DUI arrests. We remind everyone to plan a sober ride home ahead of time. Don’t start off the holiday season in jail with a DUI. #DriveSober or get pulled over.

Lisa Kreh brought her alleged drugs out for an impaired cruise on Royal Falls Drive.

125 Royal Falls Drive, Royal Farms, 11/12, 9:10 p.m.
Deputy D.S. Jett responded for a report of an intoxicated driver. Upon arrival, the deputy located the driver, Lisa Kreh, 49, of Goldvein, and her vehicle at the business. Kreh appeared under the influence. Field sobriety tests were
administered and Kreh was arrested. Controlled substances were found in her possession. Kreh was charged with driving under the influence and two counts of possession of a controlled substance. She was held without bond at the Rappahannock Regional Jail.

Rolling Road Block Ends Pursuit

It was Garrisonville Road, not “Penny Lane,” but “The Long and Winding Road” ended for a Triangle man when three deputies were able to “Come Together” with a rolling roadblock.
On November 8th at 11:42 p.m. Deputy J.D. Hurt observed a gold GMC Yukon failing to maintain the lane of travel on Garrisonville Road. He activated his emergency equipment near the intersection of Garrisonville Road and Dunn Drive to conduct a traffic stop. The subject activated his turn signal but continued eastbound on Garrisonville Road toward Jefferson Davis Highway at approximately 30 mph.


Deputy Hurt continued behind the suspect with his emergency equipment activated and was joined by Deputies M.A. Holub and J.C. Thomas. The suspect proceeded through a red traffic signal at Mine Road and deputies elected to utilize a rolling roadblock to ending the pursuit. A perfectly executed rolling roadblock was performed in the 100 block of Garrisonville Road.

The driver was detained and identified as Rodney Crews Jr., 36, of Triangle. He was uncooperative, had constricted pupils and bloodshot eyes. Field sobriety tests were offered and a search warrant for blood was obtained. Crews was also found to have a suspended license. Crews was charged with DUI, driving suspended, eluding, obstruction, and traffic offenses. Crews is held without bond at the Rappahannock Regional Jail.

Driver gave deputy a phony name before arrest for DWI

2000 block of Jefferson Davis Highway, 11/13, 2:34 p.m.

Deputy R.M. Connelly stopped a vehicle for speeding. The driver provided the deputy with a false identity before correctly identifying himself as Calvin Henderson, 56, of Stafford. Henderson smelled of alcoholic beverages and was unsteady on his feet. Field sobriety tests were administered and Henderson was arrested.

Police say that an open container of alcoholic beverage was found in the center console. Henderson was charged with driving under the influence, driving on a revoked license, providing false identification to law enforcement,
drinking while driving, and speeding. He was held on a $2,500 unsecured bond at the Rappahannock Regional Jail.

New York driver was driving in wrong direction when busted for DWI

Banks Ford Parkway & Warrenton Road, 11/13, 10:13 p.m. Deputy D.S. Jett stopped a vehicle after observing it driving southbound in the northbound lanes. The driver, Brandi Edwards, 31, of Greenwood, New York, smelled of alcoholic beverages and had slurred speech. Field sobriety tests were administered and Edwards was arrested. She was charged with driving under the influence, refusal of test, and obstruction of justice. Edwards was held without bond at the Rappahannock Regional Jail.