Two Arrests In Fredericksburg On Multiple City Break-Ins

(Fredericksburg)- Caught.  Fredericksburg Police have arrested two suspects in a slew of burglaries in the City.   23-year old Joshua Williams and 33-year old Ginger Apollo face a number of charges. Both are being held at the Rappahannock Regional Jail with no bond.

Williams and Apollo have been tied to a number of recent break-ins.   Here’s how police describe the investigation:

Yesterday, at approximately 6:00 a.m. Fredericksburg Police patrol officers, Detective W. Hunnicutt and Detective J. Wright responded to About Teeth, Inc. located at 2501 Fall Hill Avenue for a past occurred burglary. The investigation revealed that unknown persons had forced entry into the business, which is located in the basement. The suspects then forced entry into two other businesses also located in the basement, New Core Solutions and Hair Technology. Officers discovered the suspect also attempted to force entry into Heresi Dental Care located on the main level of the building.

While investigating the burglaries at 2501 Fall Hill Avenue, patrol officers and Detective A. Tittle were dispatched to Goolrick’s Pharmacy located at 901 Caroline Street for another past occurred burglary.

After reviewing video surveillance at one of the businesses, detectives were able to identify the suspects as Joshua Franklin and Ginger Apollo. Detectives obtained and executed a search warrant at approximately 10:50 a.m. During the execution of the search warrant, detectives were able to link Franklin and Apollo to other recent burglaries that occurred at the   (May 9th) Animal Emergency Clinic located at 1210 Snowden Street and the (March 24th) Fredericksburg Antique Mall located at 211 William Street.