After a six-month-long investigation involving business burglaries in Gloucester, Mathews and Middlesex counties, the Gloucester Sheriff’s Office identified Frederick Christopher Pryor, 67, of Gloucester Point as a person of interest.
During the early morning hours Sunday, GSO members conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle operated by Pryor in the area of Crab Thicket Road and Route 14. Pryor was subsequently arrested for the possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and possession of burglarious tools.
The GSO also charged Pryor with the following: petit larceny and the attempted break and enter of Auto Spa Car Wash at 4088 George Washington Memorial Highway on Oct. 18, 2020; petit larceny and breaking and entering the Stop N Go at 1505 GWMH on Oct. 28, 2020; petit larceny and breaking and entering Glenn’s Food Mart at 14878 GWMH on Dec. 6, 2020; and grand larceny and breaking and entering Glenn’s Food Mart at 14878 GWMH on Dec. 31, 2020.
Pryor is being held without bond a...
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