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Potomac Mills stabbing suspect in custody, found in Washington, D.C.

The man suspected of stabbing to death a security guard at Burlington Coat Factory at Potomac Mills mall in Woodbridge is behind bars. 

From Prince William police:

Murder Investigation *ARREST– On March 7, the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington D.C. received information regarding the possible whereabouts of Jamel Carlos KINGSBURY. The accused was subsequently located and arrested by officers of the Metropolitan Police Department. This suspect was wanted in connection to a fatal stabbing which occurred in front of the Burlington Coat Factory located at 2700 Potomac Mills Cir in Woodbridge on March 4. The accused will remain in custody in Washington D.C. pending extradition back to Virginia.

Arrested on March 7: [No Photo Available]

Jamel Carlos KINGSBURY, 35, of no fixed address
Charged with murder
Court Date: Pending | Status: Pending Extradition

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  • pwc fts

    I wonder if he ever lived in the woods in a tent in PWC? Another slug living off the charity of fools who feel for vermin.

    • craig burton

      People living outside are no different than idiots like yourself who obviously don’t. There are legitimate people who are going through tough times due to circumstances with a few who choose to do wrong. I’m one of the “fools” you say feels for the so-called “vermin”; I personally feel as though you are the vermin. You’re not only vermin; but you’re also a fool for judging an entire group of people over a single murderer!! You should be careful what you say, because one day it could be you receiving “charity from fools”. May God bless and keep the family who lost a love one over foolishness. ??

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