The Waynesboro Police Department has apprehended the last two wanted suspects, James Henry Crawford III and Dale Sean Wright, wanted in the fairfax hall home invasion robbery that occurred on Oct. 10.
Sometime overnight Monday, an anonymous tipster notified the police department that Crawford and Wright were at a residence in the 1400 block of Ohio Street. After surveillance of the residence corroborated the tipster’s information, the department’s SWAT team, armed with a search warrant, raided the residence at approximately 6:45 a.m. Tuesday.
Wright and Crawford were caught sleeping at the time and were arrested without incident. A large amount of suspected crack cocaine was found on both individuals. Additional charges are pending. Both individuals are being held without bond at Middle River Regional Jail.
Three masked men were reported to have broken into an apartment at fairfax hall in the Oct. 10 incident. The three victims, a 60-year-old Waynesboro man, a 41-year-old Waynesboro man and a 38-year-old Richmond man, said one of the victims had opened the door to the apartment for a female friend. As soon as they entered, the assailants forced all three victims on the floor and robbed them of cash and other valuables estimated at $550.
During the course of the robbery, the subjects fired at least two shots. Other than the 38-year-old victim receiving minor lacerations, there were no injuries.
Previously charged for their alleged roles in the incident were Candice Renea Robinson, 32, of Waynesboro, who surrendered herself on Nov. 1, Randy Maceo Morings, 22, of Staunton, was served three felony warrants at Middle River Regional Jail where he is being held on an Augusta County drug charge, and Tammy Ruleman Hall, 40, of Staunton, on one felony count of robbery.
Morings and Hall were arrested on Oct. 31.
The police department does not anticipate any other individuals to be charged in the fairfax hall incident.