Correctional records show the man and woman arrested after they reportedly barricaded themselves in a Fredericksburg apartment are now in Rappahannock Regional Jail.
At around 9 a.m. on Wednesday, September 20, Fredericksburg Police responded to the Wellington Woods Apartment Complex in the 1700 block of Lafayette Blvd. for a subject wanted through Spotsylvania and Stafford counties, the FPD explained in a statement.
After arriving on the scene, FPD issued a public service message asking people elsewhere to avoid the area and asking those in close proximity to shelter in place because there were active negotiations underway with a man barricaded in an apartment.
In the statement FPD released today, the department explained that once officers made contact with the people in the apartment, they refused to leave and barricaded themselves. This led police to establish a perimeter around the building and the Crisis Negotiation Team and Special Equipment Tactical Team (SETT) were called in to take over the negotiations.
After what FPD describes as “lengthy negotiations,” 31-year-old Mickel Brown and 35-year-old Jacqueline Pinnock were arrested.
Mickel, a Fredericksburg resident, was charged with obstruction and false ID to law enforcement for the events that day. He was also served with outstanding warrants of violation of felony offense, possession of schedule I/II drugs, contempt of court, failure to appear, resisting arrest, and falsely identifying self to law enforcement from Spotsylvania and Stafford.
Pinnock, listed by FPD as a Remington resident, was charged with attempted malicious wounding on law enforcement and obstruction of justice.