Police: Four arrested after car-to-car shootout

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Quanze Todd, Anthony Ingram, and Trecomey Logan

STAFFORD COUNTY, Va. — Three men and a teenager are in jail after an incident on Friday where the sheriff’s office says two cars exchanged gunfire while driving down Garrisonville Road.

The cars were a Mercedes and a Chrysler. Witnesses told officers that the vehicles were exchanging gunfire while traveling westbound. The Chrysler got into an accident around 7:30 p.m., at which point police say the two occupants got out and fled on foot.

The passenger was detained and identified as Quanze Todd. Officers searched the Chrysler and said they found narcotics in the form of pills.

A witness gave officers the tag number of the Mercedes, which turned up an existing APB for that car. A deputy reportedly saw the Mercedes driving down Town and Country Drive, and radioed in other units. Deputy Truslow pulled the Mercedes over, and says that one of the men in the car then grabbed a bag and ran into the woods.

The other two men in the car were taken into custody, and officers say they found “a large stack of $100 bills”. Truslow and his K-9 partner tracked the man who had fled into the woods, and ultimately didn’t find him. The sheriff’s office reports that he’s still at large.

Four men were ultimately taken into custody. A sixteen-year-old who police say was driving the Chrysler was taken into custody at the juvenile detention center, as well as Quanze Todd, 18, who has been charged with felonious assault, shooting at an occupied vehicle, possession of controlled substances and unlawful possession of alcohol.

Two of the men in the Mercedes have also been arrested — Trecomey Logan, 34, charged with conspiracy to commit felonious assault and conspiracy to shoot at an occupied vehicle. Anthony Ingram, 30, was charged with shooting into an occupied vehicle, felonious assault and reckless handling of a firearm.

All three of the adult suspects are currently incarcerated at the Rappahannock Regional Jail on no bond.