August 23, 2012
The Louisa County Sheriff's Office says they have found Lori Ann Faulls and her estranged husband in West Virginia. According to Major Donald Lowe, Lori Ann Faulls is in good health, her estranged husband is in custody. Authorities say they were found two blocks away from each other.
August 23, 2012
The Louisa County Sheriff's Office is searching for a missing woman they believe may be in danger.
Lori Ann Faulls' family reported her missing Wednesday. Officials say the Williamsburg resident had planned to meet her estranged husband Thomas Faulls to run an errand. She never returned home and has not had any contact with her children.
Lori Ann Faulls' vehicle was found at Thomas Faulls home on Jouett School Road in Mineral.
The sheriff's office has not been able to locate Thomas Faulls. He is believed to be in an early 2000's Chevrolet Silverado with a black extended-cab. It is a 4x4 with a black hard flat bed cover with a broken front grille and some dents on the driver's side. The truck may have a Virginia license plate of YEV-1549 or a Farm Use tag.
Officials say Thomas Faulls is currently wanted on outstanding warrants for abduction, robbery and domestic assault from another jurisdiction. He has connections in Louisa, Spotsylvania, and Fredericksburg. He has family in Pennsylvania and Florida.
The sheriff's office says Thomas Faulls may be armed. They say there is substantial reason to believe that Lori Ann Faulls is endangered. Anyone with information is asked to call Louisa Sheriff’s Office at 540-967-1234 or Williamsburg Police Department at 757-220-2331. If the suspect or victim are seen, please call 911.
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