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So the Virginia State Police Tactical Team, along with VSP Bureau of Criminal Investigation members from Richmond, were called out to assist Dinwiddie County Sheriff’s Office last night and nobody bothered to give me a head’s up on it.

Oh, yeah, and this ends up being my 500th post on I HeArTE JADE.

Double meh.
Dangerous suspect sought by police
Published: February 07, 2011

On the night of February 6, 2011, the Dinwiddie County Sheriff’s Office responded to a domestic violence incident in the 21000 Walkers Mill Road. Once arriving on scene, the sheriff’s deputies had information that a male subject had barricaded himself inside the residence. The sheriff’s office contacted the Virginia State Police Division I Tactical Team and special agents with the Virginia State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation, Richmond Field Office to assist. In the early hours of February 7, 2011, the Virginia State Police Tactical Team made entry into the residence in an attempt to locate the male subject, who was not located.

Authorities are looking for Brandon L. Pegram, 22, of Dinwiddie County who may be traveling to the City of Richmond. Pegram is described as a black male, 6’02”, 180 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair. Pegram may be traveling in a light green Ford Taurus. The Taurus is a Dinwiddie County vehicle with public use license plates and C23 on the left bumper. Pegram has several warrants for his arrest to include felony strong armed robbery and threatening to burn a structure and misdemeanor domestic assault and assault. Pegram is considered dangerous.

Virginia State Police and the Dinwiddie County Sheriff’s Office are asking for information on the whereabouts of Pegram and the county vehicle. All information is confidential. Anyone with information should contact the Virginia State Police Division I Dispatch Center at (804) 553-3445, the Dinwiddie County Sheriff’s Office at (804) 469-3755 or Petersburg/Dinwiddie Crime Solvers at (804) 861-1212.