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Staunton

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Staunton Police Department

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Staunton Police spokesperson Officer Lisa Kline says two people have been arrested.


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"The crime itself is not a gang related crime, but Mr. Justus has declared that he is a member of the Bloods," says Officer Lisa Kline, Staunton Police Department.

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"Mr. Justus was being escorted from the business for behaving in a disorderly way inside and there was an altercation outside, He was very confrontational and aggressive," says Kline.
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"The victim tried to get in-between to stop it, and at that point Mr. Justus cut him with a knife to the stomach," says Kline.
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Kline says even though a gang member was involved, it doesn't mean this incident was a gang related crime.


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Staunton Officer Lisa Kline says, "They are charged with felonies.They are two minors.One's a 16 year old, one's a 17 year old, and they've each been charged with several B and Es.One's been charged with obstruction of justice and they were detained."

Kline says it was the quick work of responding officers that led to the capture of the two suspects.


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Officer Lisa Kline says this isn't uncommon.

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"I think a lot of people in this area have police scanners.They can listen to police, fire and rescue," says Kline."We do know that there are criminal elements that use police scanners to try and monitor our traffic."
To help keep neighborhoods safe, Kline says they need help from people who live along the street, like those along Walnut.
"It really takes constant communication between the police and the people in the neighborhood," says Kline."They need to feel they're listened to and we also need to get information, because as you point out, we can't be everywhere all the time.So we really rely on citizens."
Officers are concerned criminals can listen to their activity, but Kline says it's something they've learned to deal with.
She says, "It is something we're aware of and we try to work with and work around."
Kline acknowledges people on Walnut are frustrated because, when they report criminal activity, it often seems to stop right before cops arrive.
"I think they were frustrated and concerned and worried and confused," says Kline.


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Staunton Officer Lisa Kline says, "They are charged with felonies.They are two minors.One's a 16 year old, one's a 17 year old, and they've each been charged with several B and Es.One's been charged with obstruction of justice and they were detained."

Kline says it was the quick work of responding officers that led to the capture of the two suspects.

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