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Trio Of Woodbridge Teens Busted With More Than 1,000 Fentanyl Pills In Virginia, Sheriff Says

A routine traffic stop in Spotsylvania, Virginia, led to the seizure of over 1,000 fentanyl pills and two loaded semi-automatic handguns, preventing tens of thousands of dollars worth of the drug from reaching the streets.

The incident occurred around 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 7, when members of the Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a vehicle traveling at high speed on an interstate. The vehicle did not have a proper front license plate.

Three individuals, identified as D’Shon Mims, Jada Sales-Perez, and Francisco Chavarria, all of Woodbridge, were in the vehicle. When officers initiated the stop, the occupants engaged in what a sheriff’s spokesperson described as “musical chairs.” Sales-Perez, who was initially a passenger, moved into the driver’s seat, while Mims, the original driver, moved to the backseat. The vehicle abruptly stopped in the right lane of the interstate.

During the subsequent investigation, officers discovered and seized more than 1,000 fentanyl pills and two loaded semi-automatic handguns from inside the vehicle. All three occupants were arrested.

D’Shon Mims was charged with:

  • Possession with the intent to distribute a Schedule I/II narcotic.
  • Concealed weapon.
  • Obstruction of justice.
  • No operator license.

Jada Sales-Perez was charged with possession of a Schedule I/II narcotic, while Francisco Chavarria, a passenger in the backseat, was charged with possession of a Schedule I/II narcotic. Chavarria also had multiple warrants out of Prince William County.

All three individuals are currently being held at the Rappahannock Regional Jail. Spotsylvania County Sheriff Roger Harris commended the efforts of his deputies, detectives, and the community in preventing the distribution of fentanyl, a deadly and potent narcotic.

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