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SUFFOLK VA March 22 2011 – The owner of a security firm wasn’t state certified and didn’t have certified guards at a party where three people were stabbed.
Warrants are out for Geoffrey Fraites, 44, the owner of Full Force Security.
Police say the March 5 triple stabbing at Planter’s Club led police to review the company’s licensing.
Fraites, who lives in Newport News, faces charges of operating a security business without Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) certification, two counts of utilizing non-DCJS certified security guards and one count of utilizing a convicted felon as a security guard.
He’s also wanted on an unrelated domestic assault charge.
A 16-year-old has been charged in two of the three stabbings at the private party.
The Department of Criminal Justice Services oversees training and licensing for law enforcement and private security in the State of Virginia.