One arrested, one wanted in Waynesboro police raid

Moats, Brian KeithVogel, Daniela GertrudThe Waynesboro Police Department has arrested an Augusta County woman wanted since mid-June after locating her and a stash of methamphetamine at a city home.

Officers charged Daniela Gertrud Vogel, 28 years old, with possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute when they found her and nearly $300 worth of meth at a residence in the 900 block of Bridge Avenue on Thursday evening, August 21. Vogel had been wanted by the police department since failing to appear in Waynesboro General District Court for a shoplifting charge she received in April.  Officers received a tip that Vogel was at the residence where she hiding out.

After finding and arresting Vogel, officers were allowed to search the rest of the residence.  They found the methamphetamine, used syringes and digital scales in a bedroom being used by Vogel and her acquaintance, Brian Keith Moats, 30 years old of Fishersville. Moats left the residence when officers arrived.

Moats is currently wanted on the same charge, Possession of Methamphetamine with the Intent to Distribute.  Vogel is being held without bond at Middle River Regional Jail on the felony drug charge and Waynesboro General District Court Capias/FTA.

Anyone with information on Moats’ whereabouts is asked to call the Waynesboro Police Department (540) 942-6675 or Central Shenandoah Crime Stoppers at 800 322-3017.


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