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Indecent exposure reported near Rippon Middle School

Police were called this morning to a neighborhood near Rippon Middle School for a report of indecent exposure. 

Girls walking to the middle school in Woodbridge told police that a man exposed himself to them about 8 a.m. 

Police are looking for a black man between the ages of 18 and 22, wearing camouflage pants, a black hooded sweatshirt with the hood up, with the number 89 on the sweatshirt.

Police focused their search in a wooded area near Lodge Terrace and Old Kings Road. Officers searched the area for at least two hours after the incident was reported.

No injuries were reported and no arrests were made, said Prince William police 1st Sgt. Jonathan Perok.

Schools in the area will remain vigilant, he added.

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Police break up attack on Potomac Mills security guards

From Prince William police: 

Unlawful Wounding On October 19 at 4:21PM, officers responded to Potomac Mills mall located at 2700 Potomac Mills Cir in Woodbridge (22192) to investigate a fight. When officers arrived a woman, later identified as the accused, was being detained by security personnel.

The investigation revealed the accused was involved in an altercation with a male acquaintance inside the mall near the food court. At one point, two security officers attempted to intervene and resolve the situation. During the encounter, the accused struck one of the security officers and became belligerent. When security personnel attempted to detain the accused, she actively resisted and began biting, striking, and scratching both security officers.

Police arrived and detained the accused without further incident. Both security officers sustained minor injuries and were treated by rescue personnel. Following the investigation, the accused, identified as Elizabeth Regina HOUSTON, was arrested.

Arrested on October 19:

Elizabeth Regina HOUSTON, 22, of Woodbridge

Charged with 2 counts of unlawful wounding and 1 count of disorderly conduct

Court Date: November 22, 2016 | Bond: Held WITHOUT Bond

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More shots found to have been fired at homes on Hoffman Drive in Dale City

DALE CITY, Va. — Prince William police were called to a Dale City neighborhood for a third time this week to investigate shots fired into a house. 

Police were called back to the Hillendale section of Dale City on Tuesday night for another report of shots fired at a house. Police linked this new report, at a home on Hoffman Drive, to a similar incident that occurred on the same street over the weekend.

Press release: 

Shooting into a Residential DwellingOn October 18 at 7:36PM, officers responded to a residence located in the 4100 block of Hoffman Dr in Woodbridge (22193) to investigate a shots fired call. Multiple callers reported to police that gunshots were fired into a residence by a passing vehicle described as a newer model 2-door coupe. A bullet was recovered from the home, as well as, a shell casing from the roadway. Although a neighboring residence was struck during this incident, it is believed that this occurrence is related to a similar shots fired call which was reported on October 15 . Detectives are continuing their investigation into both incidents which do not appear to be random.

On Saturday, October 15, two homes — one on Keytone Road and another on nearby Hoffman Drive — was shot at. The following day, a bullet hole was reported by police to have been found at a home on Kirkdale Road.

No injuries have been reported in any of the shots fired incidents. 

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More shots fired at in Dale City neighborhood

DALE CITY, Va. — From Prince William police:

Shooting into a Residential DwellingOn October 16 at 2:06PM, officers responded to a residence located in the 4700 block of Kirkdale Dr in Woodbridge (22193) to investigate a destruction of property call. The homeowner reported to police that on October 15, around 10:00PM, a loud noise was heard coming from outside the residence. The following day, the homeowner discovered broken glass in a vacant bedroom and, what appeared to be, a bullet hole in the window. This incident is possibly related to a similar call on Keytone Rd reported around the same time on October 15. Officers located a shell casing in the roadway. No injuries were reported.

 

 

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Police investigate three reports of shots fired at houses

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Va. — Prince William police are investigating a series of shots fired at houses over the weekend. 

Two of the reports are about shots fired at homes in Dale City, specifically in the Hillendale and Kerrydale sections of town. 

Press release: 

Shooting into a Residential DwellingOn October 15 at 9:56PM, officers responded to a residence located in the 13400 block of Keytone Rd in Woodbridge (22193) to investigate a shots fired call. The caller reported to police that multiple gunshots were heard in the above area. A silver sedan was also observed leaving the area at a high rate of speed. Officers arrived and located several shell casings in the roadway. During a check of the homes, one residence was determined to have been struck. No one was home at the time of the incident and no injuries or other property damage were reported.

Shooting into a Residential DwellingOn October 15 at 2:38PM, officers responded to a residence located in the 4100 block of Hoffman Dr in Woodbridge (22193) to investigate a shots fired call. Multiple callers, including the homeowner, reported to police that gunshots were fired into the residence by a passenger in a dark-colored sedan, possibly a Toyota. While speaking to the residents of the home, a strong odor of marijuana was detected. During the investigation, the residents of the home became uncooperative with investigators. No injuries or other property damage were reported. The investigation into the suspected drug activity at the home is ongoing. This incident does not appear to be random.

The third report is from an incident that took place in Dumfries.

Shooting into a Residential Dwelling On October 15 at 1:44AM, officers responded to the area of Milroy Dr and Brockenbrough Dr in Dumfries (22026) to investigate a shots fired call. The caller reported to police that three unknown men were observed in the above area. At one point, gunshots were heard and the men fled. When officers arrived on Milroy Dr, they determined two unoccupied vehicles were struck, in addition to, a residence. No injuries or other property damage were reported. Officers further determined that a party was going on at a residence on Milroy Dr. No descriptions of the men initially seen were provided to police. A police K-9 was searched for the men who were not located. This incident does not appear to be random.

Anyone with information about these incidents is encouraged to contact Prince William County Crime Solvers.

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Walmart robber grabs cash bag, flees Manassas Mall area

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Va. — A worker inside a Walmart at Manassas Mall was robbed over the weekend. 

Prince William police press release: 

Strong Armed Robbery – On October 15 at 2:28PM, officers responded to the Wal-Mart in Manassas Mall located at 8386 Sudley Rd in Manassas (20109) to investigate a robbery. An employee of the business reported to police that she was walking with a cash bag to another area of the store when an unknown man approached and forcibly grabbed the bag from her before fleeing from the business on foot. No injuries were reported. A police K-9 searched for the suspect who was not located.

Suspect Description:

Black male, between 30 & 40 years of age, 6’0”, 180lbs with a medium build, dark complexion, short black hair, and a full beard with mustache

Last seen wearing a black & white sweater and camouflage pants

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Handgun found in Stafford student backpack

A gun was found in the backpack of a 17-year-old Colonial Forge High School student.

From Stafford sheriff’s spokeswoman MC Moncure:  

Suspicious activities surrounding a juvenile caused a 17-year-old Colonial Forge High School student to be searched today. The search revealed a .40 caliber handgun which was concealed in the student’s backpack. The juvenile was charged with Possession of a Concealed Weapon and Possession of a Firearm on School Property. The investigation as to how the student came to possess the firearm is ongoing.

The juvenile is currently being held at the Rappahannock Juvenile Center.

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Man shot in leg shows up at Woodbridge hospital

A man showed at Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center in Woodbridge shortly after 4 p.m. Thursday suffering from a gunshot in the leg. 

Police were called to the hospital to interview the man and found inconsistencies in the victim’s story, according to a police statement released today: 

Malicious Wounding – On October 13 at 4:07PM, officers responded to investigate a shooting which was reported to have occurred in the area of Georgetown Rd and Wren Ct in Woodbridge (22191). The investigation revealed that the victim, a 38-year-old man of Woodbridge, was walking in the above area when he heard gunshots. The victim continued walking when he realized he had been shot in the leg.

The victim ran to a nearby home of an acquaintance who then drove him to an area hospital where police were contacted. The victim’s injury was non-life threatening.

Detectives noted some inconsistences in the victim’s story. The victim did not see the shooter and no witnesses immediately came forward.

This incident does not appear to be random.

 

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Updated: Woodbridge man faces attempted murder charge after Stafford standoff

Updated 

The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office just released the names of two men charged in the overnight shots fired call turned police standoff in North Stafford: 

Kevin Wayne Smith, Jr., age 23 of Salem Way Drive in Woodbridge was charged with Attempted 2nd Degree Murder and Use of a Firearm in the Commission of a Felony.

Brandon Christopher Baker, age 24 of Westminster Lane in Stafford was charged with Assault by Mob.

Authorities are withholding photos of the suspects as they are expected to appear in a witness line-up in the coming days, Moncure said. 

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A fight in the parking of the Buffalo Mos restaurant in North Stafford led to shots fired, and then to a nearly four-hour standoff outside the home a suspect. 

More from Stafford sheriff’s spokeswoman MC Moncure: 

On October 14, 2016 at approximately 2:00 a.m. Stafford Sheriff’s Office responded to a fight in progress at Buffalo Mo’s in northern Stafford County. The caller reported four or five males were outside fighting with a single male.

During the fight, one of the males from the group brandished a semi-automatic handgun and fired several rounds. After the gunfire, the group of men fled the scene in a vehicle. When Patrol Units arrived they were able to confirm that no one was injured in the shooting. Witnessed were able to provide the names of two of the suspects in the group, a vehicle description and tag number. Deputies began to search for the vehicle which was found unoccupied at the Staffordboro Commuter Lot.

DMV records showed that the vehicle was registered to a residence at 105 Westminster Lane. Patrol units conducted surveillance at the residence and were able to confirm that the two, previously identified suspects were inside.

The Special Weapons and Tactics Team responded to the scene at approximately 7:30 a.m. and established a perimeter around the residence. Negotiators attempted to make contact with the suspects for several hours by home phone, cell phone and a public address system.

Both suspects finally emerged from the townhome and surrendered to authorities at approximately 11:50 a.m. without further incident. At the present time, the names of the suspects are being withheld as the investigation continues.

Arrest warrants were obtained for one of the suspects for Attempted Murder and Reckless Handling of a Firearm. The second suspect has a warrant for Assault by Mob. The Sheriff’s Office would like to advise that all suspects are now in custody and there is no danger to the public involving this incident.

Moncure did not release the names of the suspects.

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Five arrested, charged in Dumfries motel robbery

From Prince William police: 

Strong Armed Robbery *ARREST – On October 12, members of the U.S. Marshals’ Fugitive Task Force and detectives from the Prince William County Police Street Crimes Unit located and arrested the three suspects wanted in connection to the October 9 robbery which occurred at the Super 8 Hotel located at 17416 Jefferson Davis Hwy in Dumfries. Suspects FLORES and BARBOSA-PALACIOS were arrested in the area of Hoadly Rd and Dumfries Rd while the BLANCO suspect was located in the Springfield area of Fairfax County. Detectives from the Robbery Unit were also able to identify the fourth suspect involved in this incident as Clifford Rafael MONTIEL. Detectives obtained warrants for the arrest of this suspect who turned himself into police on October 13 without incident.

Arrested on October 12 & 13:

Vicky Samantha FLORES, 24, of no fixed address

Carlos Armando BLANCO, 31, of the 9400 block of Cherwek Dr in Lorton

Cesar Octavio BARBOSA-PALACIOS, 28, of the 17200 block of Larkin Dr in Dumfries

Clifford Rafael MONTIEL, 27, of the 16900 block of Monmouth Ct in Dumfries

All suspects were charged with 3 counts of robbery each

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

Flores was arrested earlier this year in connection to a robbery at a Wells Fargo Bank in Dale City.

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Bank robbery suspect now sought in robbery at Dumfries hotel

One of four suspects police are searching for, connected to a strong-armed robbery at a Dumfries motel, was also charged earlier this year in a Dale City bank robbery. 

From police: 

Strong Armed Robbery – On October 9 at 9:00PM, officers, with assistance from Dumfries Police, responded to the Super 8 Hotel located at 17416 Jefferson Davis Hwy in Dumfries (22026) to investigate a robbery. Three victims, identified as a 22-year-old man of Woodbridge, a 21-year-old woman of Woodbridge, and a 27-year-old man of Dumfries, reported to police that they made arrangements with an unknown woman via social media to conduct a narcotics transaction. The woman initially went to the hotel room then left. A short time later, the woman returned with three men who forced their way into the room. The suspects took marijuana, a cell phone, wallet, and bag before fleeing. Minor injuries were reported. Upon reviewing surveillance footage, three of the suspects were identified. Following the investigation, detectives from the Robbery Unit obtained warrants for the arrest of those suspects. The fourth male suspect remains unidentified.

Wanted:

Vicky Samantha FLORES, 24, of no fixed address

Described as a Hispanic female, 5’0”, 200lbs with a heavy build, black hair, and brown eyes

Carlos Armando BLANCO, 31, of the 9400 block of Cherwek Dr in Lorton

Described as a Hispanic male, 5’10”, 185lbs with a medium build, black hair and brown eyes

Cesar Octavio BARBOSA-PALACIOS, 28, of the 17200 block of Larkin Dr in Dumfries

Described as a Hispanic male, 5’11”, 220lbs with a heavy build, black hair and brown eyes

All three suspects are wanted for 3 counts of robbery each

Suspect Description:

The fourth suspect was described as a Hispanic male with a heavy build and beard

Flores turned herself into police and was charged in an April 5 bank robbery at Wells Fargo in Dale City.

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Gun, bow and arrow used to shoot at Stafford homes

Stafford authorities are investigating two separate shooting into occupied dwellings calls.

One of the calls involves a gun and the other a bow and arrow.

From Stafford sheriff’s spokeswoman MC Moncure:

On October 10, 2016 two separate incidents occurred involving weapons fired into dwellings. At approximately 3 p.m. dispatch received a call reporting that a round from a weapon had just been fired into a home on Sequester Drive.

The round had passed through a double-pane window in the family room and lodged in the drywall. When Deputy K.A. Lawrence arrived at the residence she was advised that the homeowner heard shooting for approximately thirty minutes before the incident.

The homeowner added that hearing gunfire, in this more rural part of the county, is not unusual. After interviewing the resident, Deputy Lawrence began to examine the physical evidence and recovered the bullet from the wall. With the assistance of other patrol units, the neighborhood was canvassed to determine what others may have heard or observed.

The next call came in from the Widewater area

Later that day at approximately 6 p.m. a homeowner from the Widewater area of the county called dispatch to report an arrow had been shot into her home and was lodged in the wall of a spare bedroom.

Deputy J.J. Brunofski responded to the residence on Viking Lane. The homeowner reported that the previous night a loud thud was heard between the hours of 6:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. The noise was disregarded but the next day an arrow was discovered to be lodged in the wall of the home beside the porch. The homeowner subsequently called the Sheriff’s Office.

The arrow has a green and white fin and was shot from an Easton Magnum Crossbow. Deputy Brunofski also canvassed the neighbors to learn what they may have witnessed.

At this time the Sheriff’s Office is still pursing leads. Anyone with information on either case is encouraged to call the Sheriff’s Office 540-658-4400.

Moncure told Potomac Local the investigating deputy was familiar with the type of arrow used and was able to match it to the crossbow suspected to have been used in the incident on Viking Lane.

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Police sting ties Front Royal man to Manassas-area hotel sex assaults

From Prince William police: 

Sexual Assault Investigation *ARREST – On October 6, detectives from the Special Victims Bureau and Street Crimes Unit conducted an operation at the Wyndham Garden Hotel located at 10800 Vandor Ln in Manassas (20109) in connection to a recent sexual assault which occurred in September of 2016. During the operation, a man, later identified as the accused, entered the target room reserved by police and attempted to approach the bed where a decoy was in place. Detectives immediately took the accused into custody without incident. During the subsequent investigation, detectives were able to link the accused to the recent sexual assault at the hotel from September and a similar incident from October of 2015 at the same location. Following the investigation, the accused, identified as Brandon Charles MURDOCK, was arrested. Additional charges are pending.

                Arrested on October 6:

                Brandon Charles MURDOCK, 31, of 518 Cater St in Front Royal

                Charged with burglary and attempted aggravated sexual assault

                Court Date: Pending | Bond: Held WITHOUT Bond

 

Sexual Assault Investigation [Previously Released] – On September 15 [2016] at 6:30AM, officers responded to the Wyndham Garden Hotel located at 10800 Vandor Ln in Manassas (20109) to investigate a sexual assault. The victim, a 63-year-old woman visiting the area from overseas, reported to police that she was sleeping inside her room when she woke to an unknown man inappropriately touching her. The victim screamed and the suspect fled the room. No injuries were reported. Detectives canvassed the entire hotel and no suspect was located. There were no signs of forced entry into the victim’s room. The investigation continues.

 

Sexual Assault Investigation [Previously Released] – On October 6 [2015] at 10:02AM, officers responded to the Wyndham Garden Hotel located at 10800 Vandor Ln in Manassas (20109) to investigate a sexual assault. The victim, a 15-year-old female juvenile visiting from Seoul Korea on a school related trip, reported to her school staff that she was sleeping inside her room when she woke around 5:00AM to an unknown man touching her inappropriately. When the victim woke up, the man fled the room. The victim was unable to describe the man to investigators due to the room being dark at the time. School staff reported the incident to police later in that morning. While investigating, detectives from the Special Victims Unit learned of a second similar incident which reportedly occurred the day prior, October 5, around 6:15AM involving a 16-year-old female juvenile student on the same trip. In that incident, an unknown man also reportedly touched the victim before fleeing the room when she woke. The victim was only able to describe the suspect as a white male with a medium build and bald head. This encounter was not reported to police until the second incident occurred. No injuries were reported in either case. Detectives canvassed the entire hotel and no suspect was located. There were no signs of forced entry into either room. The investigation continues.

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1 dead in shooting on Bayside Avenue in Woodbridge

Updated 

Police identified the victim in Saturday night’s shooting as Jose Moises Garcia Flores, 40, of Woodbridge. 

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More from Prince William police:

On October 9, members of the Prince William Police Search & Rescue Team, with assistance from the Virginia State Police, conducted an extensive search of the area. During the investigation, descriptions of two possible suspects were developed. The victim’s body was transported to the Medical Examiner’s Office in Manassas where he was positively identified. The investigation continues. 

Suspect Descriptions:

Black male, unknown age, 5’7” with a thin build and medium complexion

Last seen wearing a gray hooded jacket and blue jeans

 

Black male, unknown age, with a heavy build and full mustache & beard

Last seen wearing all dark clothing including a black cap with white front

Updated 

The shooting occurred outside the Bayvue Apartments. 

From Prince William police: 

Homicide Investigation- On October 8 at 5:56PM, officers responded to the 1400 block of Bayside Ave in Woodbridge for a report of gunshots. Upon arrival, officers located an adult male suffering from apparent gunshots to the body in front of one of the apartment buildings.  The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.  Officers conducted an extensive search of the area.  No suspects have been identified.  The identity of the victim will be released once positively identified and next of kin has been notified.  More information will be released when available.  The investigation continues.

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One man is dead after a shooting on Bayside Avenue in Woodbridge. 

Police said don’t have any suspects in the murder case.

More as we have it.

From Prince William police: 

 

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Updated: Police seek info on duo that robbed a Triangle hotel

Correction from Prince William police: 

**CORRECTION**

Please see the below correction regarding the investigative update which was released on October 7. The surveillance images which were provided were from the armed robbery that occurred at the Ramada Inn in Triangle, not the Quality Inn as previously stated. Both robberies occurred during the early hours of September 27 and the same suspects are believed to be responsible for both incidents. Additional footage is expected to be released in the coming week. We apologize for the error. Further information regarding the Ramada Inn robbery investigation is provided below.

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Police are seeking the public’s help in gathering information about a robbery that took place at a Woodbridge hotel late last month. 

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Prince William County Crime Solvers

From Prince William police: 

On September 27 at 1:42AM, officers responded to the Ramada Inn in Triangle Quality Inn located at 1109 Horner Rd in Woodbridge (22191) to investigate a robbery. The front desk clerk reported to police that two unknown, masked men entered the hotel and approached the desk. During the encounter, one of the men brandished a handgun and demanded money. The suspects took an undisclosed amount of money before fleeing the area on foot. No injuries were reported. A police K-9 was used to search for the suspects who were not located.

Suspect Descriptions:

White male [armed suspect], approximately 20 years of age, 5’8”, 130lbs, with a thin build

Last seen wearing a gray sweatshirt, tan pants, black mask, and green Nike shoes

Black male, approximately 20 years of age, 5’8”, 150lbs, with a thin build and medium complexion

Last seen wearing a black sweatshirt, dark colored jeans, black mask, and white shoes

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United Bank Dumfries Branch robbed at gunpoint

A United Bank location just outside Dumfries was robbed this afternoon. 

From Prince William police: 

Bank Robbery – On October 6 at 3:30PM, officers responded to the United Bank located at 17054 Jefferson Davis Hwy in Dumfries (22026) to investigate an armed bank robbery. The investigation revealed that a black male suspect entered the bank and approached the counter where he brandished a firearm and demanded money. The suspect took an undisclosed amount of money before fleeing the bank on foot. No injuries were reported. A police K-9 is responding to the scene. Residents can expect a heavy police presence in the area as the investigation continues.

Attachments: Suspect photo from video surveillance.

Please follow our social media pages for further updates as they are made available.

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Stafford teen shot in Dumfries

From Prince William poilce: 

Malicious Wounding | Shooting Investigation – On October 4 at 10:49PM, officers responded to the 3800 block of Graham Park Rd in the Town of Dumfries (22026) to investigate a shooting. The investigation revealed that the victim, a 16-year-old male juvenile of Stafford, was walking in the above area with a friend when they were approached by an unknown male brandishing a handgun. During the encounter, the suspect assaulted both of the juveniles and a struggle ensued. At some point, the victim was shot in the arm by the suspect who then fled the area on foot. A police K-9 was used to search for the suspect who was not located. The victim was flown to an area hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries. The investigation continues.  

Suspect Description: Black male of an unknown age, 6’00”, 165lbs with a thin build Last seen wearing a black mask and all dark clothing 

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Dentist stabbed at Prince William Community Health Center

From Prince William police: 

Aggravated Malicious Wounding | Stabbing Investigation– On October 4 at 8:52AM, officers responded to the Prince William Community Health Center located at 4379 Ridgewood Center Dr in Woodbridge (22192) to investigate a stabbing. The investigation revealed that as a patient at the practice was being escorted to a treatment area, he walked by a dentist working on another patient.  

The patient, later identified as the accused, produced a knife and stabbed the dentist, identified as a 31-year-old man of Dulles, in an unprovoked incident causing serious but non-life threatening injuries to the dentist.  The other patient was not injured.  

A witness was able to wrestle the knife away from the accused who then fled the health center on foot. Responding officers located and detained the accused without incident in the parking lot a short time later. The victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment and is expected to recover. Following the investigation, the accused was arrested.

               Arrested October 4:

               Titus Orlando KORNEGAY, 42, of 1718 Shady River Ct Apt 122 in Woodbridge

               Charged with aggravated malicious wounding

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Dale City man indicted in 7-month Stafford fraud investigation

A Woodbridge man is wanted after a grand jury indicted him on two counts of fraud after a seven-month investigation in two states.

A woman on February 2 called the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office to report someone had fraudulently withdrawn more than $7,000 from her Bank of America account in two transactions, said Stafford sheriff’s spokeswoman MC Moncure.

More from a press release:

Detective R.E. Firkin began the investigation with very little information. He followed leads to where the fraudulent checks were cashed. Each check was cashed by a teller but at a different Bank of America location. Both times fraudulent identification was presented and accepted by the teller. One check was cashed in Silver Spring, Md. and the other at Eastpoint Financial Center in Baltimore. Det. Firkin requested evidence of the transactions from each branch. Once a photograph of the suspect was obtained a “Be On the Lookout” flyer was created and disseminated. Several leads were developed and pursued over the ensuing weeks.

horton2Another detective from the Maryland Transportation Authority was searching for someone who stole a wallet from BWI Airport near Baltimore. It turned out, both detectives were searching for the same suspect, said Moncure.

A break in the case came on June 15 when Firkin got a call from a teller at a Cardinal Bank location. According to Moncure, who could not say which Cardinal Bank location tipped of Stafford authorities.

More in a press release:

The bank officer stated that he was looking for information concerning a suspect who attempted to cash a counterfeit check at their bank in April 2016. While reviewing [be on the look out] alerts he believed his suspect matched the man in Detective Firkin’s case. Although the check was not cashed by Cardinal Bank, during the attempted transaction the man had presented a valid Virginia driver’s license. A copy of the driver’s license was then shared with Det. Firkin.

This led detectives Gregory Horton, of South Park Court in Dale City, was indicted Monday by a Stafford County grand jury with two counts of fraud, said Moncure. He remains at large.

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Motorcyclist faces child neglect, felony eluding charges after guardrail crash

From Prince William police: 

Felony Child Neglect | Felony Hit and Run | Eluding – On September 29 at 6:29PM, an officer attempted to conducted a vehicle stop in the area of the Caton Hill Rd and Minnieville Rd in Woodbridge (22192) for a traffic violation. When the officer activated his lights and sirens, the driver refused to stop and fled at a high rate of speed onto northbound Minnieville Rd. Officers pursued the vehicle onto Telegraph Rd where the driver crashed into a guard rail causing the vehicle to overturn. The driver then exited the vehicle and fled on foot. A passenger of the vehicle, identified as a 17-year-old male juvenile of Woodbridge, remained at the vehicle and had minor injuries. A police K-9 was used to search for the suspect who was not located. Following the investigation, officers obtained warrants for the arrest of the accused.

Wanted: [Photo from August 2016]

Jeffrey Scott PERRY, 35, of the 2400 block of Drexel St in Woodbridge

Described as a white male, 5’08”, 180lbs with brown hair, brown eyes, and a full beard

Wanted for child neglect, felony eluding, and hit and run

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