UVA Police Arrest Suspect in Culbreth Road Breaking and Entering

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UVA Police Charge Albemarle County Man for Breaking and Entering 

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia - On April 2, 2024, Detectives with the UVA Police Department secured multiple search and arrest warrants for Mr. Joseph G. Moore (68) in connection with two residential break-ins that occurred on March 23rd and 30th at 189 Culbreth Road, Charlottesville. Mr. Moore was taken into custody on April 3, 2024 by the Charlottesville Police without incident and is currently being held at ACRJ. Moore has been charged with: 

  • § 18.2-91; Felony Breaking & Entering (2 Counts)
  • § 18.2-95; Felony Grand Larceny (2 Counts)
  • § 18.2-272; Felony Driving After Forfeiture of License
  • § 18.2-121; Misdemeanor Unlawful Entry (2 Counts)
  • § 18.2-96; Misdemeanor Petit Larceny

No further information will be released at this time to preserve the integrity of the investigative and prosecutorial process. If you have any information about this incident, please contact UVA PD Detective McKay or Detective Pluta at (434) 924-7166 or email [email protected]

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