Officers of the month

Detective B.G. Langley, left, and J.H. Newby

For the month of September, Danville Police Department Chief Scott C. Booth would like to congratulate the following officers for their selection as the officers of the month:

Patrol Officer J.H. Newby

In Sept. 2019, Officer J. H.Newby followed up on a report of a stolen utility trailer that contained about $8,000 worth of lawn equipment. 

He developed information and located the stolen equipment. 

While looking for the equipment, a stolen All-Terrain Vehicle, six push mowers, three air compressors, two grinders, two weed trimmers, two chain saws, a power drill, and a circular saw were also located. 

An additional stolen All-Terrain Vehicle from Caswell County, North Carolina was located.

The suspect was arrested for grand larceny.

Because of Officer Newby’s dedication to the job and attention to detail, he was able to locate the stolen property from the original case as well as clear at least three other cases involving large property thefts. 

Officer Newby is an asset to the Danville Police Department and is always looking to improve his job performance and serve the citizens of Danville better. 

Detective B.G. Langley

In Sept. 2019, Detective B. G. Langley began an investigation into a series of burglaries, larcenies, and malicious damage. 

Langley identified and charged four juveniles with the crimes. 

At the same time Langley identified a suspect committing a series of larcenies from vehicles.

Numerous felony warrants were obtained and served on the suspect. 

There have been no other incidents of larcenies from vehicles in that area of the city since the arrests.

Between the two investigations, Langley took out 13 warrants and 68 juvenile petitions. 

As a member of the Property Squad in the Detective Division, he has taken a lead role in several investigations and has worked with equal enthusiasm on all of them. 

Langley’s hard work and willingness to coordinate with other units played a major part in bringing both investigations to a positive resolution with the arrest of the responsible parties.

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