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Gloucester man arrested in theft of drugs from GVFR

A 33-year-old Gloucester man was arrested Friday and charged in connection with the theft of drugs from Gloucester Volunteer Fire and Rescue Station #4 at Harcum. 

Gloucester Sheriff’s deputies responded to the fire station, located in the 7000 block of Dutton Road, on July 2 in reference to a stolen drug box. The suspect was seen on surveillance video entering the building the previous night.

Once entry was gained, the suspect allegedly forced his way into an emergency vehicle’s storage compartment that contained the drug box. The box was used to hold an array of medical supplies and controlled substances, according to the sheriff’s office. 

The suspect, 33-year-old Steven Thomas Miller of Harcum Road in Gloucester, was arrested in Virginia Beach on July 6 and charged with the felonies of entering in the nighttime a building with the intent to commit larceny, grand larceny, and possessing a controlled substance classified in Schedule I or II.


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