Falmouth Bridge protester arrested in Stafford
The Stafford Sheriff’s Office says the suspect who broke a car window, spreading glass onto a one-year old child during a protest on the Falmouth Bridge on Monday evening has been arrested.
Police say they were called the bridge Monday night with the report that the car was surrounded by protesters.
Police say as the vehicle attempted to make its way through the crowd, some protesters began striking the vehicle. Police say one of the protestors broke the rear passenger window of the vehicle with a scooter. The shattered glass landed on the one-year old child and both adults. One of the adults sustained cuts on the arm from the glass.
Through tips from the public, detectives were able to identify the suspect. 32-year old Victor Miles of Stafford has been arrested and charged with vandalism, unlawful wounding, two counts of assault and battery, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He’s in the Rappahannock Regional Jail.