Manassas man charged with gun crime at Stafford truck wash
The Stafford Sheriff’s Office says a suspect was arrested Sunday for brandishing and felony hit and run after a dispute at the truck wash on South Gateway Drive.
Authorities say at approximately 2:23 p.m., deputies from the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area of the Blue Beacon Truck Wash at 61 South Gateway Drive. Deputies learned that a suspect in a tractor trailer had brandished a handgun at another patron after a dispute inside the business. The suspect was annoyed over how long it was taking for the victim to move his vehicle through the line.
A witness stopped his car in front of the tractor trailer and told the suspect not to leave and to wait for law enforcement. Instead, the suspect used his tractor trailer to push the car out of the way and proceeded onto Warrenton Road. Deputy Gildea located the suspect on the shoulder of Warrenton Road near I-95. The suspect was identified as 49-year old Primus Davis of Manassas.
Davis was arrested for felony hit and run and brandishing. He was held at the Rappahannock Regional Jail on a $1,000 secure bond.