Police & Public Safety

Our Mission

The Luray Police Department is a dedicated team of professionals committed to the safety of our citizens by reducing crime through excellence in preventative, investigative and enforcement services to ensure the Town of Luray is a safe and desirable place to live, work or visit.


Our core values are Integrity, Courage, Service and Diversity.  We strive for excellence to provide the best in police services while setting a standard for leadership that others can follow.


Town of Luray, Virginia

PO Box 629   ::   45 East Main Street, Luray, VA 22835

Town Office: (540) 743-5511  ::  West Main Bridge

                             Fax: (540) 743-1486

Chief C.S. “Bow” Cook

Chief Cook began his career as a patrol officer for four years with such success it led to being offered a position as an Investigator with the Page County Sheriff’s Office.


Chief Cook’s success and leadership qualities were quickly recognized and was promoted to Sergeant of Investigations and two years later as Lieutenant of Investigations.


Chief Cook’s continued success led to appointment of Captain of Investigations where he led a team of 12 highly trained Investigators including the drug task force for the next eight years.  More recently he served as the Assistant Chief of the Luray Police Department in 2015 until he was appointed as Chief of Police on January 1, 2016.  Chief Cook was selected for the highly sought after Forensic Science Academy where he obtained a certification as a Certified Forensic Crime Scene Investigator.




Chief of Police - C.S. “Bow” Cook

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  Fax: (540) 743-7334



Captain Michael R. Wagoner

Phone: (540) 843-5402  |  E-mail


Lieutenant Christopher D. Stoneberger

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


First Sergeant Lonnie W. Foster Jr.

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


Sergeant Nathan R. Dofflemyer

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


Detective W. Nathan Fadeley

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


Detective Corey A. Seal

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


Patrolman Brian T. Good

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


Patrolman Henry H. Molina

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


Patrolman Jeffery A. Jenkins

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


Patrolman Brandon S. Henson

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


Patrolman Joshua A. Seal

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


Patrolman Chad D. Lamma

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail








Patrolman Jeremiah D. Duley

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


Patrolman Dustin T. Painter

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


Patrolman John M. Fry

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


Patrolman Aaron B. Katz

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


Patrolman Russell Montgomery

Phone: (540) 743-5343


Patrolman Rebecca A. Jenkins

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  Email


Patrolman Wes P. Atkins

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


Patrolman Robert D. Jenkins

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


Patrolman W. Kyle Seal

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


Detective Ronald K. McClelland

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


Nathan W. Baugher

Phone: (540) 743-5343  |  E-mail


Patrolman John N. Armentrout

Phone: (540) 743-5343 E-mail


Patrolman Jared A. Thomas

Phone: (540) 743-5343  | E-mail


Patrolman Logan R. Hull

Phone: (540) 743-5343  | E-mail


Patrolman Anthony R. Cubbage

Phone: (540) 743-5343  | E-mail

Photo Police Vehicle


The Luray Police Department offers a "Call-Care" program for handicapped or elderly citizens. Registered citizens will receive regular telephone calls from the police department to check on their well-being. Luray citizens may print the application to apply for this service. Please return applications to the Luray Police Department at 45 East Main Street, P.O. Box 629, Luray, VA. 22835 to apply for this service.




However, please remember the following safety tips:

- If you are walking, jogging or biking during low light conditions or after darkness, wear bright or reflective clothing.

-  Always stop before crossing a street.

- Bikes must have lights and reflectors after dark.

- Children under the age of 15 must wear a helmet while biking.

- If walking, jogging or biking at night, please have a friend with you.

- Bikes are not allowed on the sidewalks.



If you live in the Town of Luray and are experiencing any of these problems please call (540) 743-5343 for assistance.



Donna S. Pullen

Phone: (540) 743-5343  | E-mail



Criminal Investigations Division

Our Criminal Investigations Division is comprised of the most experienced and highly trained investigators in the area including the only certified Forensic Crime Scene Investigator in the county.  They are responsible for investigating major criminal cases, assisting patrol officers with their cases when requested and frequently work with other local, state and federal agencies to bring criminal offenders to justice.  Luray Police Department Investigators serve our community by investigating serious felonies and misdemeanors including financial crimes, sexual assaults, crimes against children, computer crime, death investigations including natural, accidental, suicide and homicide.  The Luray Police Department is an Associate Member Agency of the Northern Virginia/DC Metro Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.  Our investigators are equipped and trained to respond to offenders who use the internet, online communication systems, or other computer technology to exploit children.  We believe that the drug abuse problem in our community extends to other crimes against persons and property, therefore our Investigators will aggressively combat this drug problem by identifying individuals seeking to buy, sell or distribute controlled substances and bring them to justice in an effort to make Luray safer and reduce the number of overdoses that occur each year.

Patrol Division

We consider our patrol officers to be "Luray's Finest".  They are the most visible aspect of the department and are the "backbone", so to speak, of our law enforcement services.  Patrol Officers respond to calls of all types including vehicle accidents, domestic disputes, missing persons, cardiac arrests, alarms, shoplifting, and actively patrol for drunk drivers.  Patrol Officers work closely with our investigators to perform drug interdiction efforts along with other local, state, and federal agencies.  Our officers participate in local events sponsored by the Town of Luray to ensure the safety of our growing community.  Officers conduct property checks, walking patrol, counsel youth, and patrol our neighborhoods as part of our crime prevention efforts.

Crime Prevention

The Luray Police Department is actively involved in crime prevention efforts within our community with a focus on educating our citizens.  We participate in community action groups such as TRIAD/SALT and PACA.  Through working with TRIAD, our goal is to reduce crime among our elderly and improve safety to enhance their quality of life.  We believe by assisting PACA, who is actively and effectively educating our youth in drug and alcohol prevention, bullying and violence prevention, we can reduce substance use and violence with our children.  Other efforts to help our community include the senior citizen call care list, property checks on residences and businesses, and security assessments.  Citizens and business owners can request security assessments on their places of business or residence to learn better how to secure their property, and make it a less desirable place for criminals to victimize.  Our department offers the Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) System, a Self-Defense Class for women.  The R.A.D. Program is designed to help women in our community become more empowered in their own safety.  Our department is dedicated to seeking new and better ways to prevent crime in our community and believes it is best accomplished by officers and citizens working together.





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