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Virginia police attempt to locate a possibly dangerous fugitive


ALLEGHANY COUNTY, Va- A man is now on the run after a warrant for his arrest and is now considered a fugitive.

 Below is the Press Release from the Alleghany County Sheriff's Office on the death of Ashley Rodriguez.


On May 13, 2013, Alleghany County Sheriff's Office received a call to perform a well being check on Ashley Rodriguez, who hadn't been seen since the late evening hours of May 12, 2013. Deputies initiated a search for Mrs. Rodriguez, who had not shown up for work.

Later in the morning, information was received that led investigators to Alleghany Memorial Park, a cemetery on Winterberry Ave in Alleghany County. Crime Scene investigators began processing the scene and discovered the remains of a white female.

Forensic Investigators from the Alleghany County Sheriff's Office, Virginia State Police, Rockbridge County Sheriff's Office, State Medical Examiner's Office, and the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries processed the crime scene. Alleghany County Commonwealth's Attorney Ed Stein and officers with Covington Division of Police also assisted.

The remains were located in a remote area of the cemetery only accessible to employees and staff. No burial grounds were disturbed during the investigation.

The remains have been sent to the Medical Examiners office in Roanoke for an autopsy and positive identification.

A warrant has been issued for: Rodriguez, Adan Quiroz (AKA: Rodriguez, Manuel) 10/05/1983 of Dairy St. Covington, VA. 5'7" 148 Brown Eyes, Black Hair

He was last seen May 13, 2013, at 1:00pm driving a 2001 Green and Tan 2 tone Ford pickup truck bearing Virginia Registration XPM-2403

The U.S. Marshall's office is assisting with attempting to locate Mr. Rodriguez, who is considered a fugitive.

The administrators at Alleghany Memorial Park have been extremely cooperative in assisting the investigation.

Suspect should be considered armed and dangerous.

Persons with any information should contact the Alleghany County Sheriff's Office at 540-965-1770 or Lt. Richard Fridley at 540-960-0340, or the Crime Line 540-969-4166.

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