Man turns himself in after fleeing from Middlesex Co. officers

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MIDDLESEX Co., Va. – A man wanted for breaking and entering, two counts of grand larceny, assault and battery of a law enforcement officer and fleeing from law enforcement has turned himself in to officials.

On February 26, Middlesex County deputies and investigators received a tip that two subjects wanted out of Middlesex and Gloucester Counties would be picking up a vehicle in the Shacklefords area of King and Queen County.

A Middlesex investigator arrived at the location first and identified the wanted subjects as John Bryan Langford and Amanda Weston.

Investigators attempted to take the subjects into custody, but according to police both subjects fought and eluded the officer. Weston was taken into custody, but Langford fled the area.

However, on February 27, Langford was reported to have turned himself in to officials.

Weston was arrested and charged with assault and battery on a law enforcement officer, and was served with a felony warrant out of Gloucester.

This story will be updated as more information becomes available.

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