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Two shot in Dumfries

10:32 p.m.

From Prince William police: 

*** For Immediate Release ***  On June 24, 2016 at 9:06PM, Officers responded to the 1600 block of Fort Fisher Court in Dumfries (20188) in reference to a possible shooting.  A short time later, a person admitted himself into the emergency room of Sentara Hospital with a gunshot wound.  A second shooting victim was located at the residence.  Both have since been flown to a local trauma center.  There is no suspect description available at this time.  There is still a large police presence in the area as the investigation continues.  Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call the Prince William County Police at (703) 792-6500.

9;58 p.m.

Two people were shot in Dumfries tonight.

Police are on the scene at Fort Fisher Court. 

From Prince William police spokesman Jonathan Merriman: 

“We have 2 victims.  1 was taken by personal vehicle to Sentara.  #2 ground transported by ambulance.  No suspect info to release yet.”

“I can confirm that we received a report of shots fired in the area and a person walked in to Sentara Hospital.  Units are on scene now.  This is still an ongoing incident so details are few.  

More as we have it.

 

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Man seeking sex from 13-year-old sentenced to 10 years

From Eastern District of Virginia:

James Aubrey Brown, IV, 40, of Woodbridge, who was convicted by a federal jury on charges of attempted coercion and enticement of a minor on March 3, was sentenced today to 10 years in prison for his crimes. Brown was also sentenced to five years of supervised release and ordered to register as a sex offender upon release from prison.

According to court records and evidence presented at trial, Brown responded to a Craigslist ad purportedly posted by a 13-year-old girl living on Marine Corps Base Quantico.  Over a period of 12 days and an exchange of over 275 emails, Brown repeatedly pressed the girl to meet and engage in sexual acts, including oral and vaginal sex. He also solicited nude photos of the girl.  Ultimately, he arranged to come to Marine Corps Base Quantico to have sex with the girl.  Over email, he directed her as to what to wear and what do when he arrived.  On the morning of Sept. 14, 2015, Brown arrived at the meeting location where he was arrested for attempting to persuade a person he believed to be a 13 year-old to engage in sexual activity that would be criminal under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Dana J. Boente, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia; and Jeremy Gauthier, Special Agent in Charge of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) Washington D.C. Field Office, made the announcement after sentencing by U.S. District Judge Liam O’Grady.  Assistant U.S. Attorney Whitney Dougherty Russell and Special Assistant U.S. Attorney Joseph Longobardo prosecuted the case.

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Woman sexually assaulted inside Triangle apartment

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From Prince William police: 

Sexual Assault Investigation – On June 22 at 1:33AM, officers responded to investigate a sexual assault which was reported to have occurred at an apartment located in the 18100 block of Kilmer Ln in Triangle (22172) on June 20 around midday. The investigation revealed that the victim, a 20 year old woman of Triangle, was sleeping inside her residence when she was sexually assaulted by an unknown man. The suspect is believed to have entered the victim’s residence through an unsecured door. After the assault, the suspect left the apartment. The victim reported the incident to a family member the next day and police were contacted. The victim was transported to an area hospital for treatment. The investigation continues.

Suspect Description:

Male, medium complexion, 5’0”-5’2” with a thin build, long black curly hair, and unshaven face

Last seen wearing a black shirt and black pants

 

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Gas station outside Dumfries robbed, shots fired

An Exxon station in Dumfries was robbed at gunpoint last night. The suspects managed to fire two rounds into a wall. 

From Prince William police: 

Armed Robbery | Malicious Wounding – On June 22 at 2:50AM, officers responded to the Exxon service station located at 17164 Jefferson Davis Hwy in Dumfries (22026) to investigate a robbery. An employee reported to police that he was approached by two unknown men while he was outside the store.

During the encounter, one of the men brandished a handgun then forced him back into the store and demanding money. At some point, one of the suspects struck another employee, a 37 year old man of Triangle, on the head with the handgun causing a severe laceration then discharged two rounds into a nearby wall.

The suspects took an undisclosed amount of money before fleeing the area in an unknown vehicle. The victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment of his injuries. No other injuries or property damage were reported. The investigation continues.

Suspect Descriptions:

Two black males, between 18 & 30 years of age, 5’11’’, 175lbs with a thin build

Suspect 1 was last seen wearing a white shirt covering his face, blue jeans and gloves.

Suspect 2 was last seen wearing a white shirt covering his face, blue jeans, black jacket and gloves.

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Two adults, teens busted at Horner Road commuter lot

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Police arrested four people at the Horner Road commuter lot Friday, June 17, and charged them with possession of stolen property. 

While it’s not related to these arrests, this is the same commuter lot where commuters have come home after work to find their cars on blocks.

From Prince William police: 

Possession of Stolen Property – On June 17 at 8:46AM, officers from the Bike Unit were proactively patrolling the Horner Rd Commuter Lot located at 13524 Telegraph Rd in Woodbridge (22192) when they observed several suspicious persons looking into vehicle windows. Officers made contact with the suspects and determined that they were in possession of stolen property which had been taken from vehicles in North Carolina. Following the investigation, the suspects were arrested without incident.

Arrested on June 17:

Tariq Sulaiman MUHAMMAD, 19, of 2609 Demille St in Durham, North Carolina

Charged with 2 counts of possession of a stolen credit card, 2 counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, 1 count of possession of stolen property, and 1 count of urinating in public

Romehario SANCHO, 18, of 453 East 95th St in Brooklyn, New York 

Charged with 2 counts of possession of a stolen credit card, 2 counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and 1 count of possession of stolen property,

Court Date: July 21, 2016| Bond: Both were held WITHOUT Bond

A 16 year old male juvenile of New York [Juvenile]

Charged with 1 count of possession of a schedule I or II narcotic, possession of 2 or more stolen credit cards, 1 count of possession of stolen property, and possession of marijuana

A 17 year old male juvenile of North Carolina [Juvenile]

Charged with 1 count of possession of 2 or more stolen credit cards and 1 count of possession of stolen property

Court Date: Pending | Status: Both were held at the Juvenile Detention Center

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Carjacker pulls victim from car in Walmart parking lot in Woodbridge

Updated: 

Carjacking | Felony Eluding *ARREST–  On June 20 around 2:50PM, information was received from a citizen via social media that Jose Neftaly CANALES GRANADOS,  who was wanted in connection to a carjacking at the Wal-Mart located at 14000 Worth Ave in Woodbridge on June 17, was in the area of the 13900 block of Jefferson Davis Hwy in Woodbridge. When officers arrived, CANALES GRANADOS was located and arrested without incident.

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From Prince William police: 

Carjacking | Felony Eluding – On June 17 at 8:52PM, officers responded to the Wal-Mart located at 14000 Worth Ave in Woodbridge (22192) to investigate a carjacking. The victim, a 51 year old man of Woodbridge, reported to police that he returned to his vehicle in the parking lot when he was approached by an unknown man.

The suspect opened the driver’s door and pulled the victim from the vehicle. At that point, the suspect got into the vehicle and fled the area. Minor injuries were reported. On June 18 at 1:41AM, officers located the vehicle traveling on Old Bridge Rd near Rolling Brook Rd.

When officers activated their lights and siren, the driver refused to stop and fled at a high rate of speed towards I-95. Officers pursued the vehicle north into Fairfax County where police terminated the pursuit for safety reasons. The vehicle was eventually located by police in Washington D.C. where the driver bailed from the vehicle and fled on foot. A front passenger was taken into custody by law enforcement without incident.

During the investigation, detectives from Prince William County were able to identify the driver as the accused. Detectives determined that the front passenger was not connected to the original incident on Worth Ave. Following the investigation, detectives obtained warrants for the arrest of the accused, identified as Jose Neftaly CANALES GRANADOS. The accused has ties to Prince William County and attempts to locate him have been unsuccessful. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the accused is asked to call police at 703-792-6500.

Wanted:

Jose Neftaly CANALES GRANADOS, 23, of no fixed address

Described as a Hispanic male, 5’7”, 145lbs with a black hair and brown eyes

Wanted for carjacking, felony eluding, and driving on a revoked license

 

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Happy 18th Birthday: You’re going to jail

Updated

We’re told the suspect in a breaking and entering that occurred Thursday in Park Ridge is an adult. The suspect celebrated his 18th birthday on the same day he was charged with breaking and entering, said Stafford sheirff’s spokeswoman M.C. Moncure.

The victim in this case heard someone trying to break into his house about lunchtime on Thursday and called police. The victim chased the suspect outside the house as neighbors looked on, said Moncure. Those neighbors were able to assist sheriff’s deputies in locating the suspect, she added.

Richard Lee Snyder, Jr., is charged with breaking and entering, said Moncure.

Here’s the official media release: 

On June 15, 2016 a homeowner on Park Cove Drive in the Park Ridge subdivision noticed pry marks on his door and believed they were a result of someone attempting to break into his home. He decided to stay at home the following day and make sure his property was secure.

On June 16, 2016 at approximately 12:20 p.m. the homeowner was watching television in his living room when he heard glass breaking at his rear basement door. He ran to the door and observed a young white male run through his back yard and over a fence. He immediately called 911 and Stafford Deputies responded. The homeowner was able to provide a description to dispatchers who relayed the information to units in route. Several neighbors also provided directions of travel on the suspect. Within thirty minutes, the suspect was apprehended in a field on Parkway Blvd.

Richard Lee Snyder, Jr., age 18 was arrested and charged with two counts of Possession of Burglary Tools, Destruction of Property and Entering Property of Another to Damage. He was taken to the Rappahannock Regional Jail and incarcerated with no bond.

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Authorities in Stafford County today arrested a teenage boy in connection to a reported breaking and entering at a home on Park Cove Drive. 

The Stafford Sheriff’s Office received a Breaking and Entering call from a homeowner at approximately 12:20 p.m. today in the Park Ridge neighborhood.  Several units responded to pursue the suspect.  Roadblocks, as well as K-9 units were quickly engaged during the pursuit.  Within the next thirty minutes, a juvenile male was apprehended in the neighborhood and is now in custody.

 

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Seven arrested in Prince William internet sting

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From Prince William police: 

On June 6, members of the Prince William County Police Departments’ Special Victim’s Bureau and Intel Unit began a week a long operation targeting offenders of crimes involving children. This operation was conducted as a proactive effort and was not in response to any specific incident. During this operation, undercover detectives used social media and an undisclosed online site where they posed as underage juveniles. Male suspects contacted the undercover detectives and, during the course of communications, solicited sexual or indecent acts. These conversations involving the accused parties took place through electronic means. In each of the incidents, the suspect made arrangements to meet the undercover detective at a public location in Prince William County. Once there, detectives arrested the individual without incident. As a result of these investigations, 7 individuals were arrested.

The Prince William County Police Department has conducted similar operations in the past in an attempt to deter crimes involving the sexual exploitation of minors. In conjunction with the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office, the appropriate charges were placed against each of accused individuals involved in this operation. All communications were conducted in a controlled environment and at no time involved actual children. We would remind parents to take an active role in monitoring what their children are doing online. The following are links to helpful resources for parents provided by OnGuard Online, a managing site of The Federal Trade Commission and partner in the Stop Think Connect campaign.

Steven CASTILLO, 20, of 1505 Colchester Rd in Woodbridge

Charged with 3 counts of using a communication device to facilitate certain offense with children and 1 count of attempted indecent liberties

Court Date: July 19, 2016 | Bond: Held WITHOUT Bond

Christopher DUNKES, 27, of 541 Raven Ave in Gaithersburg, MD

Charged with 3 counts of using a communication device to facilitate certain offense with children

Court Date: July 14, 2016 | Bond: Held WITHOUT Bond

Jeffrey Harrison DIMOND, 35, of 10408 N. McClellan Dr in Fredericksburg [No photo available]

Charged with 1 count of using a communication device to facilitate certain offense with children

Court Date: July 11, 2016 | Bond: $1,500 Secured

Curtis Michael JENKINS, 54, of 1240 Monument Dr, Apt. 158, in Fairfax

Charged with 3 counts of using a communication device to facilitate certain offense with children, 1 count of solicitation of prostitution, and 1 count of using a vehicle to promote prostitution

Court Date: July 14, 2016 | Bond: $25,000 Secured

Jordan KOLBINSKIE, 23, of 9188 Landgreen St in Manassas

Charged with 2 counts of using a communication device to facilitate certain offense with children

Court Date: July 14, 2016 | Bond: Held WITHOUT Bond

David Lee MATHES, 58, of 85 Alexandria Pike in Warrenton

Charged with 3 counts of using a communication device to facilitate certain offense with children

Court Date: July 14, 2016 | Bond: Held WITHOUT Bond

Chad Michael WARNER, 24, of 30 Butternut Way in Sterling

Charged with 3 counts of using a communication device to facilitate certain offense with children

Court Date: July 19, 2016 | Bond: Held WITHOUT Bond

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Break in November murder case of Harold Hall leads to arrest

From Prince William police: 

Murder Investigation *ARREST – On June 8, detectives from the Homicide Unit identified the suspect involved in the murder of Harold Woodrow Hall which occurred at a residence located in the 2100 block of West Longview Dr in Woodbridge on November 20, 2015. The preliminary investigation into the incident alleged that the suspect, identified as Eric Ricardo DICKERSON, fatally stabbed the victim following an altercation between the two parties. Following the encounter, the suspect also stole property from the victim including the victim’s vehicle and credit cards. The suspect and victim are known to one another. On June 9, members of the U.S. Marshals’ Fugitive Task Force located the suspect at his home in Woodbridge where he was arrested without incident.

Arrested June 9: [No photo available]

Eric Ricardo DICKERSON, 57, of 13900 Hedgewood Dr, Apt. 419, Woodbridge

Charged with murder, grand larceny, and credit card theft

Court Date: Pending | Bond: Held WITHOUT Bond

                                                                    

Identified:

The victim was identified as Harold Woodrow HALL, 67, of Woodbridge

 

Homicide Investigation [Previously Released] – On November 20 at 12:41PM, officers responded to a residence located in the 2100 block of West Longview Dr in Woodbridge (22191) to investigate a suspicious death. A known acquaintance, reported to police that he located the victim unresponsive inside the residence. Officers arrived at the home and found the victim suffering from trauma to the upper body. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene. Detectives from the Homicide Unit are investigating this death as a homicide. Further investigation revealed that the victim’s blue 2000 GMC Sierra with Virginia license plates ABD8942 is missing. More information will be released when available. The investigation continues. This is Prince William County’s 9th homicide of 2015*.

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Second arrest made in Najee Mason murder

A second person is in custody in the murder of 24-year-old Najee Mason who was killed last weekend in Woodbridge.

From Prince William police: 

Murder Investigation *ADDITIONAL ARREST – On June 8, detectives from the Homicide Unit charged a second man in connection to the murder of Najee Mason which occurred in the 14900 block of Potomac Heights Pl in Woodbridge on June 4. This suspect, identified as Ricardo Stephen TOMPKINS, was located during the June 7 arrest of Abdisalam Ali ROBLE in Syracuse, NY by members of the U.S. Marshals’ Fugitive Task Force. Both suspects currently remain jailed in New York pending extradition back to Virginia. The investigation continues.

Arrested on June 8: [No photo available]

Ricardo Stephen TOMPKINS, 24, of 41735 New Market Turner Rd in Mechanicsville, MD

Charged with 2nd degree murder and use of a firearm in commission of a felony

Court Date: Pending | Status: Awaiting Extradition

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Updated: Suspect in Stafford cop shooting tries to escape custody

Updated 3 p.m. 

Joshua Sumter broke into his mother’s house in Stafford County at 10:15 p.m. Tuesday, according to investigators.

The 18-year-old did not have permission to be at the home, and the victim called 911, according to Stafford County Sheriff’s spokeswoman M.C. Moncure.

Deputies arrived and entered the home and found Sumter lying on a floor. The deputies told the suspect to show is hands, and then he pulled out a handgun and started shooting, according to Moncure.

A deputy returned fire. One of the deputies was struck four times — in the chest, arm, hip, and thigh. The law enforcement officer was saved from a potentially life-ending round, said Moncure.

The unidentified deputy was taken to a local hospital for treatment in serious but stable condition. The officer was expected to undergo surgery this afternoon.

Sumter fled the scene after the shooting and was arrested early this morning. While being escorted from the sheriff’s office to the Rappahannock Regional Jail, Sumter assaulted a deputy and tried to escape, said Moncure.

The suspect was taken back into custody. He is charged with four counts of attempted capital murder, aggravated malicious wounding, four counts of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, and with assault on a law enforcement officer, according to Moncure.

Sumter is being held without bond.

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Joshua Anthony Sumter, 18, is charged with shooting a Stafford County Sheriff’s deputy.

Sumter was arrested at 5:45 a.m. in southern Stafford County and is charged with attempted capital murder, according to a sheriff’s spokeswoman.

The identify or the condition of the deputy has not been released. The law enforcement officer was injured “extensively,” according to a department spokeswoman.

Deputies were called Tuesday night to a breaking and entering at a home in Windsor Ridge Court, near Route 1. It was there the deputy was shot multiple times.

The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office is expected to release more info about the deputy later today.

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Updated: Najee Mason, 24, shot and killed in Woodbridge

Update June 8, 2016

From Prince William police:

Murder Investigation *ARREST – On June 5, detectives from the Homicide Unit identified the suspect involved in the murder of Najee Mason which occurred in the 14900 block of Potomac Heights Pl in Woodbridge on June 4. The preliminary investigation into the incident alleged that the suspect, identified as Abdisalam Ali ROBLE, fatally shot the victim following an altercation between the two parties. The suspect and the victim were roommates and known to one another. On June 7, members of the U.S. Marshals’ Fugitive Task Force located the suspect in Syracuse, New York where he was arrested without incident. The suspect currently remains jailed in New York pending extradition back to Virginia. The investigation continues.

Arrested on June 7: [No photo available]

Abdisalam Ali ROBLE, 25, of the 14900 block of Potomac Heights Pl in Woodbridge

Charged with murder and use of a firearm in commission of a felony

Court Date: Pending | Status: Awaiting Extradition

 

Identified:

The victim was identified as Najee Alexander MASON, 24, of Woodbridge

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A 24-year-old man was shot and killed Saturday in Woodbridge.

Police were called to the 14900 block of Potomac Heights Place at the Elan Potomac Heights Luxury Apartments at 9:18 p.m. The victim was found suffering a gunshot wound and was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead, stated Prince William police spokesman Jonathan Perok.

Police identified the victim as Najee Alexander Mason, of Woodbridge.

An investigation into the shooting is underway.

Mason’s death is the 11th homicide this year in Prince William County.

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Updated: Shooting on Banner Springs Court in Stafford injures 2

Updated 11:30 a.m. Friday, June 3

The victims in the shooting are adults ages 19 and 21. Authorities originally reported the shooting victims as juveniles.

Updated 8:50 a.m. Friday, June 3

Authorities said a gun went off inside a home of Banner Springs Circle on Thursday afternoon. 

A bullet from the gun passed through the hand of one child and into the arm of another. Both children were taken to a local hospital with injuries that did not appear to be life threatening, according to Stafford sheriff’s spokeswoman MC Moncure.

The sheriff’s office did not release the age of the victims. We also don’t know if an adult was present at the time of the shootings.

The shooting is ruled an accident. An investigation continues.

Original post 6 p.m. 

From the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office: 

The Sheriff’s Office is currently at the scene of a shooting incident on Banner Springs Circle near Austin Ridge Drive. The incident was reported at approximately 4:15 p.m.

Two subjects were injured in the shooting. They have non-life threatening injuries. This location is an active investigation and limited details are known at this time.

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Credit card stolen from Stafford Hospital used at grocery store

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Someone used a stolen credit card obtained from a patient at Stafford Hospital and used it at a grocery store.

The card was reported stolen Friday, May 27. The card was later used at a Food Lion grocery store on Route 17 in south Stafford.

Investigators did provide details on how the credit card was stolen, or provide information about whom the card belongs.

Investigators released the photos we’ve published in this post. The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office asked anyone with information about the suspect in the photos to contact authorities.

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Inmates charged with inciting a riot inside Prince William jail

Jail guards broke up a riot inside the Prince William County Adult Detention Center in Manassas. 

More in a press release:

Inciting a Riot | Assault & Battery on a Corrections Officer – On May 16 at 9:21AM, detectives with the Gang Unit responded to investigate a large fight between inmates which occurred at the Prince William-Manassas Regional Adult Detention Center located at 9320 Lee Ave in Manassas (20110).

During the fight, two of the inmates pushed and restrained two correctional officers as they attempted to intervene to break up the altercation. Several inmates involved in the encounter were eventually detained without further incident. Minor injuries were reported. Following the investigation, detectives with the Gang Unit obtained charges for all parties involved. In addition the below listed charges, detectives obtained warrants on 10 inmates which included assault by mob, assault & battery, and participation in a riot.

                  Arrested on May 27:

 

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King Emproar Royalzyeaire BRENT, 20, of 9320 Lee Ave in Manassas

                  Charged with assault & battery on a corrections officer and participating in a riot

 

 

 

Carter, BarionnBarionn Jaronzo CARTER, 21, of 9320 Lee Ave in Manassas

                  Charged with assault & battery on a corrections officer and participating in a riot

 

 

 

Davis, DarrenDarren Nathaniel DAVIS, 31, of 9320 Lee Ave in Manassas

                  Charged with malicious wounding and participating in a riot

 

 

 

Jackson, JeremiahJeremiah Randy JACKSON, 27, of of 9320 Lee Ave in Manassas

                  Charged with inciting a riot

 

 

 

Court Date: July 7, 2016 | Bond: All were held WITHOUT Bond

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Arrest made in Wells Fargo robbery

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A 24-year-old man is in custody and is charged in a bank robbery reported in Lake Ridge on May 23

Here’s more from police: 

Armed Bank Robbery *ARREST – On May 27, detectives from the Robbery Unit identified the suspect involved in the robbery which occurred at the Wells Fargo Bank located at 12771 Harbor Dr in Woodbridge (22192) on May 23. Following the investigation, officers obtain warrants for the arrest of the accused. The accused was already in custody in Maryland on an unrelated charge. The accused remains in custody in Maryland pending extradition back to Virginia.

Arrested on May 27:

Jacques Lamar WALKER, 24, of No Fixed Address

Charged with robbery, burglary while armed, and use of a firearm in commission of a felony

Court Date: Pending | Status: Pending Extradition

Police did not release a photo of Walker. The suspect has a record in Prince William County dating back to 2011, with prior charges to include receiving and selling stolen goods, and destruction of property, according to state court case records.

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23-year-old shot, killed as Woodbridge nightclub closed

Johnnie Pablito Kamara, 23, of Woodbridge Maryland was shot killed outside a Woodbridge nightclub early this morning.

Kamara was shot int he 3000 block of Golansky Boulevard. The shooting occurred at 2:20 a.m., about the same time the Babylon bar was closing and patrons were being pushed out of the business, said Prince William police spokesman Nathan Probus.

Kamara was shot on the scene and later pronounced dead at a local hospital. A portion of Golansky Boulevard between Smoketown Road and an auto wash was closed for the investigation.

No arrests have been made in the case. This is the 10th homicide in Prince William County in 2016.

*Police corrected an earlier statement that indicated the victim is from Woodbridge.

 

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Updated: Allison Mott goes missing from Haymarket

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Police located Allison Mott. They report she is safe. Authorities said they could not disclose where she was found.

Original Post Friday, May 27

From police: 

*MISSING ENDANGERED ADULT: The Prince William County Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing, endangered adult, Allison Elizabeth MOTT.  Family members reported to police that Allison was last seen leaving her residence located in the 15700 block of Ryder Cup Dr in Haymarket on May 12 around 1:20PM.  Allison left the residence voluntarily on foot and may be in need of assistance which qualifies her as being endangered.  Allison has not made any known contact with friends or family since she was last seen. Allison is also known to go by the name “Jules Rodriguez.” Anyone with information on Allison’s whereabouts is asked to call police at 703-792-6500.

Allison Elizabeth MOTT is described as a white female, 30 years of age, 5’07”, 135lbs with brown hair recently dyed jet black and hazel eyes.

Last seen wearing blue jeans and a dark grey jacket.

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Barricade ends with trespassing charge

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A barricade situation at a home in the 8400 block of Tomislav Street outside Manassas is over.

A family member came to the home and would not leave despite requests from those inside the house, according to Prince William police.

The barricade situation ended about 1 p.m., according to police. A massive police and fire and rescue had gathered on the residential street lined with single family homes.

Nearby Bennett Elementary School was placed in secure the building status as a precaution.

There were no weapons involved, and no injuries were reported. Police said the yet-to-be identified suspect is charged with trespassing.

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