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Four Arrested in Williamsburg Vehicle Tampering Incidents

(WYDaily)

WILLIAMSBURG — Four people have been charged for a series of vehicle tampering incidents between March 22 and April 25, Williamsburg Police announced.

According to the department, officers responded to 13 different reports of vehicle tampering throughout the City of Williamsburg during that period.

Police efforts, including follow-up with victims and witnesses and collaboration between the Uniform Patrol Bureau and the Criminal Investigations Bureau resulted in four parties being identified, charged, and arrested in connection with the incidents. Police said the Criminal Investigations Bureau sought, obtained, and executed nearly a dozen search warrants in the nearly two-month long investigation.

The following persons have been criminally charged:

Nisaiah Kion Perry, 19, of Williamsburg — Credit card theft, conspiracy to commit credit card fraud, computer fraud, ID theft, tampering with a vehicle, petit larceny, possession of burglarious tools, wearing a mask while committing a crime, conspiracy to commit a felony, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Total of 48 charges.

Nisaiah Kion Perry (Williamsburg Police)

Isiah Lamont Brown, 20, of James City County — Credit card theft, conspiracy to commit credit card fraud, tampering with a vehicle, petit larceny, possession of burglarious tools, wearing a mask while committing a crime, conspiracy to commit a felony, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Total of 22 charges.

Isiah Lamont Brown (Williamsburg Police)

Savon Qvonte Bailey, 20 of Newport News — Credit card theft, conspiracy to commit credit card fraud, tampering with a vehicle, petit larceny, possession of burglarious tools, wearing a mask while committing a crime, conspiracy to commit a felony, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, shoplifting, and removing the serial number from a firearm.

Savon Qvonte Bailey (Williamsburg Police)

17-year-old male juvenile — Credit card theft, conspiracy to commit credit card fraud, tampering with a vehicle, petit larceny, possession of burglarious tools, wearing a mask while committing a crime, conspiracy to commit a felony, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Total of 25 charges.

Police added one additional party has been charged in the investigation:

Quashawn Decarea Cunningham, 22 of Newport News — Removing the serial number from a firearm, false statement in the investigation of another’s crime, obstructing justice, disorderly conduct, and failure to obey an order from law enforcement officer. Total of 17 charges.

Quashawn D Cunningham (Williamsburg Police)

Additional charges are pending investigation against additional suspects, police said.

The Williamsburg Police Department said it is in possession of property related to the vehicle tampering incidents that have yet to be claimed, and asks anyone who may have been a victim and has not reported it to contact Investigator Steve Roberts Jr. at 757-259-3799.

Anyone who was a victim of a vehicle tampering incident between March 22 and April 25 in the City of Williamsburg or has information about the arrestees is also asked to contact Investigator Roberts.

Tips can also be submitted anonymously through Peninsula Crime Stoppers by phone at 888-LOCK-U-UP or online. Those with information leading to an arrest may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.

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