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Pair held in Nathalie break-in

SoVaNow.com / August 15, 2019

Two women have been charged with breaking into a Nathalie home after police tracked down the suspects Tuesday night and found reported stolen items inside their vehicle.

Natalie Noelle Khalatbari, 40 of Meadow Court, Warrenton, and Siedah Smith Chandler, 28 of Sandy Ridge Road, Nathalie were arrested Aug. 13 by Sheriff’s Deputy C. G. Martin following a report of a residential break-in on Hog Wallow Road. The call reporting the crime came in around 10:40 p.m., with the homeowner providing a description and partial tag number of the vehicle that drove off from the scene.

Officers with the Sheriff’s Office and Virginia State Police responded, and a short time later State Trooper D. N. Clark met a vehicle matching the description on Clarkton Road. Clark was able to turn around on the vehicle and conduct a traffic stop. Martin arrived a short time later.

In the ensuing investigation, officers located some of the reported stolen properties in the vehicle. The two occupants, Khalatbari and Chandler, were both arrested and charged with breaking and entering into a residence.

Both were transported to Blue Ridge Regional Jail Authority and are being held with no bond pending future court appearances.



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