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Bodies of 2 teens found in van at Dale City park

The bodies of two teenagers were found in a van at a park in Dale City. 

Here’s the police report: 

On October 24th at 4:46PM, officers responded to the 4400 block of Hamilton Dr in Woodbridge (22193) near Dawson Park to investigate the deaths of two juveniles. The juveniles were identified as Indya Davis, 17, and Lyle Ferringer, 17, both of the Woodbridge area.

Earlier that day, both juveniles were reported missing to police separately by family members from their respective homes. Information obtained during the investigation led officers to the area of Hamilton Dr near Dawson Park where the juveniles were believed to be located.

While searching the area, a County Park Ranger located a mini-van belonging to the family of one of the juveniles. Upon checking the vehicle, both juveniles were observed in the back compartment of the van unresponsive and suffering from injuries.

Officers forced entry into the locked vehicle and requested medical assistance. Both juveniles were pronounced dead at the scene. Detectives are currently working in conjunction with the Medical Examiner’s Office to determine their cause of death. The autopsies are tentatively scheduled for Monday, October 26th. There is no public threat or need for concern from the surrounding community as this incident does not appear to be random.

More information will be released when available. The investigation continues. 

Burgess charged with DUI, child felony neglect

Prince William police said a man was driving while under the influence of alcohol. a 2-month-old child was also found inside his car, police said.

Here’s the latest in a police report: 

Felony Child Neglect – On October 17th at 11:45AM, officers responded to the area of Signal Hill Rd and Janet Rose Ct in Manassas (20111) to investigate a hit and run.  The caller reported to police that she was involved in an accident in the above area with a vehicle which failed to stop at the scene. The caller was able to provided vehicle information. A short time later, an officer located the suspect vehicle pulling into a nearby shopping center. After pulling the vehicle over, the officer determined that the driver of the vehicle was intoxicated. Further investigation found the vehicle to be occupied by a 2 month old girl. The driver was subsequently arrested without incident.

Arrested on October 18th:

James David BURGESS, 22, of the 4600 block of Telfair Ct in Woodbridge               

Charged with felony child neglect , driving under the influence, and hit and run

Court date: Pending | Bond:  Unavailable

Dorestal charged with assaulting police officer

A Fredericksburg woman is charged with assaulting a police officer. 

Here’s the police report: 

Assault & Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer [LEO] – On October 13th at 8:45PM, officers responded to the 17100 block of Jefferson Davis Hwy in Dumfries (22026) to investigate a reckless driving complaint. When officers arrived in the area, the vehicle was located in a parking space in front of a business. Officers made contact with one of the occupants, identified as the accused. During the encounter, the accused became agitated towards the officers. The accused exhibited signs of intoxication and was placed under arrest. While being placed in the backseat of a police cruiser, the accused continued to resist and, at one point, bit an officer on the arm. Following the encounter, the accused was charged with the below listed offenses.

Arrested on October 13th:

Merley Jean DORESTAL, 43, of 11716 Elsie Ln in Fredericksburg

Charged with assault & battery on a LEO, resisting arrest andpublic intoxication

Court Date: November 23, 2015 | Bond: $2,500 secured

Armed robber takes cash from Carter Bank and Trust in Lake Ridge

A Carter Bank and Trust on Harbor Drive in Lake Ridge was robbed at gunpoint.

The robber walked into the bank located at 12791 Harbor Drive at 4:27 p.m. Tuesday, pulled out a gun, and demanded cash.

The man fled the bank, possibly in a vehicle, according to police.

No one was injured. Police did not disclose the amount of cash taken.

Suspect Description:
Black male between 18 & 25 years of age, 5’8’’, 160lbs with a medium build
Last seen wearing a teal shirt, khaki colored pants, dark shoes and had a gray scarf around his head with sunglasses

Potomac Mills peeping suspect could be linked to Walmart case

Police are investigating a report of a peeping tom at Potomac Mills mall.

The 35-year-old female victim told police she was in a bathroom stall with her 5-year-old daughter when she saw a flash in what she described as a mirror protruding underneath the stall. The woman then walked out of the stall and confronted the peeper, according to police.

The suspect then fled the restroom and was last seen running through the parking lot of the mall, located 2700 Potomac Mills Circle. Police checked the area but did not find a suspect that matched the description.

Suspect Description:
Hispanic male, between 35 & 45 years of age, 5’10”, 220lbs with a heavy build
Last seen wearing a long black & brown wig, a pink shirt, black Capri-style pants, black & white shoes and carrying a large red & black handbag

The incident inside the Potomac Mills restroom happened at 3:10 p.m. Sunday, October 11. The suspect may be the same person that was involved in a similar incident at a Walmart on Worth Avenue, near Potomac Mills, on May 15. The suspect in that case was not found.

Police investigate shooting in Dale City shopping square



Police tracked 18-year-old Brandon Luis Crosby to Prince Georges County, Md. and arrested him in connection to the shooting.


Police are searching for this suspect in the shooting. 

Wanted [Photo from June 2014]:
Brandon Luis CROSBY,18, of 13848 Delaney Rd in Woodbridge
Wanted for Aggravated Malicious Wounding, Use of a Firearm in the Commission of a Felony, and Reckless Handling of a Firearm

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Police were called to a shooting at Delaney Plaza in Dale City on Friday night.

One man was shot in the leg, and police are searching for a suspect in the case.

Police said the male victim showed up at a local hospital where he was treated for injuries that did not appear to be life-threatening according, to Prince William police spokesman Jonathan Perok. The shooting appears to have stemmed from an argument and does not appear to be random, he added. 

Witnesses say they heard at least 4 gunshots ring out night in the parking lot of the small shopping center, and that shooter appeared to fire a gun into a parked car. Windows of a vacant dry cleaning business we’re shattered, and broken glass was strewn about the sidewalk

At 10 p.m., detectives were speaking with employees of nearby businesses and searching the crime scene. About half the the parking lot was roped off as police conducted their investigation.

A nearby Papa Johns pizza delivery shop and a 7-Eleven convenience store remained open during the investigation. The shopping plaza is located at the intersection of Dale Boulevard and Delaney Road.

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Police: Nurse, unlicensed doc distributed pain meds

Police said two people working inside a Woodbridge pharmacy illegally wrote prescriptions and sold medication.

Detectives went to the Excel Medical Clinic, located at 14904 Jefferson Davis Highway in Woodbridge on Oct. 7. Police said the physician working inside the clinic was not licenced, and he was arrested. A woman who worked as a nurse practitioner was also arrested, according to police.

Police said the clinic was improperly



dispensing large amounts of medications.

Police released this statement:

The Prince William County Police Department is committed to providing educational assistance on current trends with pill diversion to the prescribers of these medications. Any prescriber wishing to speak to a detective is asked to call 703-686-6522. Our goal through this educational assistance is to have prescribers gain a better understanding of the behavior of addicts, learn more about the relationship between prescription pills and the current heroin epidemic, and further discuss the utilization of systems currently in place such as the prescription monitoring program.

Shriharsh Pole, 61, of Rose Creek Court in Oakton, and Janelle Annette Hibson, 60, of South Pointe Lane in southern Stafford County each face seven counts of distribution of a schedule I or I narcotic, according to police.

Pole is identified as the physician. Hibson is identified as the nurse practitioner. 

Wells Fargo Bank in Ashdale Plaza robbed


Police called in a helicopter and dispatched search dogs, but did not find the suspect. 

Suspect Description:

Black male, between 20 & 30 years of age, 5’11”-6’0”, 150-160lbs with a thin build, medium complexion, black hair and brown eyes

Last seen wearing a red polo shirt with a black stripe across the middle, and the word “SPAIN” on the front, black pants or jeans and white tennis shoes

10:26 a.m. 

Prince William police are on the scene of a bank robbery in Dale City. 

Someone walked into a Well Fargo Bank at 2876 Ashdale Plaza, brandished a gun, and took an undisclosed amount of cash. The man fled on foot toward the rear of the bank, according to police.

The bank is located just off Dale Boulevard, between Gideon Driver and Interstate 95.

The suspect is described as black, 6 feet 2 inches tall, slender, wearing a red shirt with “11” on the back.


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Police make final arrest in Gainesville murder

The fifth and final suspect connected to a murder in Gainesville on Sept. 12 is in police custody.

Murder Investigation *ARREST – On October 6th, members of the U.S. Marshals’ Fugitive Task Force, with assistance from the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office, located and arrested the suspect, Alvin JONES, who was wanted in connection to the murder of Claude JACKSON III which occurred in the area of Old Linton Hall Rd and Charis Ave in Gainesville on September 12th.

The suspect was located at a home in the 100 block of Saint Johns Sq in Sterling. Four additional suspects were previously arrested in connection to this investigation.

Arrested on October 6th:
Alvin Burnett JONES, 32, of 8637 Sumter Ct in Manassas Park
Charged with murder, aggravated malicious wounding, use of a firearm in commission of a felony and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon

Court Date: November 18, 2015 | Bond: Held WITHOUT Bond

-Prince William police

Nando’s Peri-Peri in Woodbridge burglarized

A popular restaurant at Stonebridge a Potomac Town Center was burglarized on Monday. 

Here’s more in a report from Prince William police: 

Commercial Burglary – On October 5th at 6:44AM, officers responded to Nando’s Peri-Peri located at 15001 Potomac Town Pl in Woodbridge (22191) to investigate a burglary. Staff reported to police that the burglary occurred between 11:00PM on October 4th and 6:00AM on October 5th. The investigation revealed that there were no signs of forced entry into the business. An undisclosed amount of money was reported missing.

Pot deal goes bad, shots fired in Bristow

A teen used counterfeit cash to purchase marijuana, police said. That angered the alleged seller, and he went to the Bristow home of the teen and fired shots, police added. 

Here’s more in a police report: 

Attempted Aggravated Malicious Wounding – On October 3rd at 2:18PM, officers responded to a residence located in the 9800 block of Dochart Sound Ln in Bristow (20136) to investigate a shooting call. The investigation revealed that the accused shot into a residence in the above area as a result of a previous encounter earlier in the evening involving a 16 year old male juvenile, who resides at the home, and another male acquaintance. The two reportedly went to an area church parking lot to purchase marijuana from the accused and other known acquaintances. During the transaction, the 16 year old allegedly paid for the marijuana with counterfeit money. In retaliation, the accused and three other suspects went to the 16 year old’s residence on Dochart Sound Ln to confront him over the money. At one point, the accused fired into the home, striking an interior wall. No injuries were reported. Following the investigation, the accused was arrested. Additional charges are forthcoming.

Arrested on October 3rd: [No Photo Available] 

Dominic Arthur GORRIARAN, 18, of 9370 Falling Water Dr in Bristow

Charged with attempted aggravated malicious wounding, shooting into an occupied dwelling, use of a firearm in commission of a felony and possession with intent to distribute marijuana

Court Date: November 24, 2015 | Bond: Held WITHOUT Bond

Police on scene of homicide near Dale City

3:30 p.m. Monday

Police identified the victim as 48-year-old Stephen Christopher Brown.

9:08 p.m.

Prince William police released the following statement :

**INCIDENT: STABBING | Manassas ** On October 4, 2015 at approximately 4:00 PM, Officers responded to the 12700 block of Lost Creek Court in Manassas (20112) for a reported stabbing. Officers arrived to find one adult male dead from an apparent stab wound following a domestic altercation. There is no public threat or need for concern. The incident is still under investigation and more details will be released when available.

6:24 p.m. 

Police are investigating a homicide on Lost Creek Court near Dale City.

Detectives were called to the 17900 block of Lost Creek Court after a man was found stabbed to death about 4 p.m. Sunday.

The unidentified victim was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police said all parties involved in the incident are accounted for. No charges have been filed as of yet.

Police remained outside the victim’s home just after 6 p.m. Sunday.

We don’t yet have an official cause of death in the case. More as we have it.

U.S. Marshals arrest suspect at hotel outside Manassas

U.S. Marshals made an arrest this morning at a hotel outside Manassas.

Authorities tracked the suspect to a Days Inn on New Market Court, near the intersection of Sudley Road and Interstate 66.

Members of the U.S. Marshals Capital Area Taskforce knocked on the hotel room door of the suspect, who was arrested without incident, said spokesman Desmond Proctor.

A 22-year-old woman who was inside the hotel room was also charged with a lesser infraction. Proctor could not release the details of her arrest.

Prince William police issued a warrant for the suspect, identified as 20-year-old Derek Mantilla, on Aug. 21, said Proctor. Warrants for his arrest were also issued in Loudoun County, and by federal officials, he added.

Proctor said Mantilla was wanted on charges of gang participation and prostitution.

Mantilla was taken to the Prince William County Adult Detention Center where he will be seen first on the charges placed against him in Prince William County, said Proctor.

Lake Ridge Exxon station robbed at gunpoint

A gas station in Lake Ridge was robbed at gunpoint. 

Prince William police posted this in their latest incident report: 

Armed Robbery – On September 30th at 4:13PM, officers responded to the Exxon Service Station located at 4255 Seeton Sq in Woodbridge (22192) to investigate a robbery. Employees reported to police that an unknown man entered the business and brandished a firearm. The suspect fled with an undisclosed amount of money and possibly got into an unknown black vehicle. No injuries were reported. A police K-9 was used to search for the suspect who was not located.

Suspect Description:

White male, between 20 & 25 years of age, 5’8”, 135lbs with a thin build

Last seen wearing a black jacket, black hooded sweatshirt, black jeans and a motorcycle helmet

Also in  that same incident report, a drunken man allegedly walked outside of a Dale City home and fired several gunshots into the air. 

Reckless Handling of a Firearm – On September 29th at 8:40PM, officers responded to a residence located in the 14300 block of Shetland Ct in Woodbridge (22193) to investigate a domestic incident. The caller reported to police that she was involved in a verbal altercation with the accused, a known acquaintance, inside the home. During the encounter, the accused walked outside and fired multiple rounds into the air. Officers arrived at the home and detained the accused, who was intoxicated, without further incident. No injuries or property damage were reported. Following the investigation, the accused was arrested.

Arrested on September, 29th:

Kenneth Leon MARTHELL, 59, of the 14300 block of Shetland Ct in Woodbridge

Charged with reckless handling of a firearm and public intoxication

Court Date: November 18, 2015 | Bond: Held WITHOUT Bond

Dale City shooting leaves 1 wounded, schools placed in ‘secure the building’ mode


Schools operations returned to normal. The shooter is still at large.

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One person has been shot in the lower body this morning in Dale City.

Police were called to the 14300 block of Wrangler Lane, just off Darbydale Road about 11:30 a.m.

An altercation occurred between the victim and the suspect, according to police.

Police K9 units and a helicopter are searching for the suspect. A police helicopter was also called following the shooting.

The victim has not been identified, and we don’t yet know the extent of thier injuries.

Several area schools are in secure the building mode. Entry is restricted at Bel Air, Henderson, Montclair, Minnieville, Dale City, and Neabsco elementary schools, and at Godwin Middle School.

All school children are safe, according to Prince William school officials.

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Driver goes wild at Occoquan Craft Show, nearly hits cop

Police want to know who nearly run down an officer at the Occoquan Craft Show.

A red Jeep was spotted by the uniformed officer driving in an area of town that had been blocked off by cones. The officer went to speak to the driver, and as he walked out in front of the Jeep the driver accelerated, according to police.

The officer was not struck, and the driver fled the scene.

A short time later, a 911 caller reported a wreckless driver in a red Jeep in the 100 block of Gordon Boulevard, near the entrance to Interstate 95. Police arrived on the scene to find the Jeep abandoned. Extra officers, K9 units, and a police helicopter was called but were unable to find the driver.

The Jeep turned out to be a rental car, and the description of a driver did not fit the person who leased the vehicle, according to police. The vehicle sustained minor damage.

Prince William and Virginia State police continue to investigate.

24-year-old man shot in Manassas

Update Sept. 30, 2015

While police have announced no arrests in this case, the public should not be concerned.

“At this time it does not appear to be random so no cause for the general public to be concerned,” said Manassas police spokeswoman Adrienne Helms.

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A 24-year-old man was shot early this morning in Manassas.

Police were called to the 9100 block of Stevens Court, near Ashton Avenue, at 1:05 a.m. Police found the unidentified victim, who was taken to a local hospital where he remains in critical condition, according to a police spokeswoman.

Police did not say if the shooter is still at large, if the victim knew the shooter, or why the victim was at Stevens Court.

Police seek information from the public on this case. The Manassas department asked tipsters to call Manassas City Crime Solvers.

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2 charged with grand larceny after landscaping contract

 A round up of incident report from Manassas City police: 

Burglary – Arrest

On September 21, 2015, Manassas City Police arrested two suspects involved in a burglary that took place on September 5, 2015.  On September 7, 2015, officers met with the reporting party on the 8800 block of Center St in reference to a burglary that occurred in the past.  The reporting party told officers that on September 5th, a crew of three individuals was contracted out to perform landscaping on the property, was paid, and left without incident.  On September 7th, the victims returned to their residence to find that the three subjects had returned uninvited.  When the victims arrived, two subjects emerged from the house and all three left in a small gray truck with tools in the back.  After entering the residence, the victims found several items to be missing: jewelry, an impact drill, and money, valued together at over $1,600.00.  Through further investigation, officers identified the two suspects as Roger Lee BRUMMERT (35) and Jacob Michael GARRISON (19).

Suspect #1:         BRUMMERT, Roger Lee (35)
Address:              2370 Somerville Rd, Locust Grove, VA 22508
Charged with:   Breaking and Entering and Grand Larceny
Bond:                    None
Court date:         October 27, 2015

Suspect #2:         GARRISON, Jacob Michael (19)
Address:              125 Market St #341, Manassas Park, VA 20111
Charged with:   Breaking and Entering and Grand Larceny
Bond:                    $10,000.00
Court date:         October 27, 2015

More reports:

Attempted Fraud

On September 17, 2015, Manassas City Police met with a resident on the 9100 block of Firethorn Ct for a report of an attempted fraud.  The reporting party told officers that she had received three phone calls from an unknown male subject claiming to represent the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).  The caller then told the resident that she owed money to the IRS, and offered to meet her later in the day for payment.  The resident did not comply or provide any additional information to the caller.

Attempted Breaking & Entering

On September 19, 2015, Manassas City Police met with a resident on the 8900 block of Virginia Ave for a report of a breaking and entering that had occurred the night prior.  The victim stated that she was awoken by a loud noise and two males outside.  Through further investigation, officers determined that the two subjects entered the resident’s backyard, causing $500.00 in damage to the fence and gate, then proceeded to shatter a portion of the back door, causing an additional $600.00 in damage.  The suspects then fled on foot in an unknown direction.

                Description of suspects: (1) Light-skinned male, 20s, 5’8” -5’11”, 150-180lbs; (2) Light-skinned male, 20s, 5’8”-6’3”, 170-190 lbs

Johnson charged with malicious wounding

A round-up of incident reports from Prince William police: 

Attempted Malicious Wounding – On September 19th at 2:18PM, officers responded to the 3100 block of Chesapeake Dr in Dumfries (22026) to investigate a fight with weapons. The victim, a 24 year old woman of Dumfries, reported to police that she and the accused, a known acquaintance, were involved in verbal altercation in front of the apartment complex building in the above area. During the encounter, the accused pulled out a knife and advanced towards the victim in a threatening manner. Other witnesses to the incident were able to separate both parties while police were contacted. No injuries were reported. Following the investigation, the accused was arrested without further incident.

Arrested on September 19th:

James JOHNSON, 58, of 3101 Chesapeake Dr, #204 in Dumfries

Charged with attempted malicious wounding

Court Date: November 2, 2015 | Bond: Held WITHOUT bond


More reports: 


Malicious Wounding | Strong Armed Robbery – On September 19th at 9:04PM, officers responded to the 13900 block of Jefferson Davis Hwy in Woodbridge (22191) to investigate an assault. The victim, a 30 year old man of Woodbridge, reported to police that he was assaulted by four unknown Hispanic men in a wooded area near the above location. As a result of the confrontation, the victim sustained a laceration to his head. The men also took the victim’s cell phone and destroyed it before fleeing.  The victim was transported to an area hospital for treatment of his injuries. Officers checked the area and no suspects were located. The victim was unable to further describe the assailants.

Reckless Handling of a Firearm – On September 19th at 3:09AM, officers responded to the 7600 block of Cass Pl in Manassas (20109) to investigate a shots fired call. The caller reported to police that a large group was observed outside of the apartment building in the above area. A short time later, gunshots were heard and the group dispersed. Officers arrived in the area and located multiple shell casings on the sidewalk. No injuries or property damage were reported.

Residential Burglary – On September 19th at 6:01PM, officers responded to the Quality Inn located at 10653 Balls Ford Rd in Manassas (20109) to investigate a burglary. A resident of the motel reported to police that his room was entered sometime between 6:50AM and 5:00PM. The investigation revealed that there were no signs of forced entry into the room. Entry is believed to have bene made through an unsecured door. A wireless printer was reported missing.

Residential Burglary – On September 17th at 2:35PM, officers responded to a residence located in the 13200 block of Conrad Ct in Woodbridge (22191) to investigate a burglary. The homeowner reported to police that the burglary occurred between 9:00AM on September 16th and 2:00PM on September 17th. The investigation revealed that entry was made into the residence through a door which was found damaged. A shed on the property was also entered and a gas powered tiller was reported missing. No property was reported missing from the main residence.

Stolen briefcase used to strike man in Manassas

A round-up of police reports in Manassas: 

Stolen Auto

On September 16, 2015, Manassas City Police met with a resident on the 9200 block of Byrd Dr for a report of a stolen auto.  The reporting party told officers that sometime between September 12th and 15th, someone stole his 2003 gray Toyota Tundra pickup truck valued at $8,000.00 from outside his residence.  Inside the vehicle were also three ladders valued at $1,500.00, a brake machine valued at $2,000.00, and a drill valued at $200.00.


At approximately 5:50pm on September 14, 2015, Manassas City Police responded to the 9300 block of Scarlet Oak Dr for a report of a robbery in progress.  The reporting party told officers that just moments prior, an unknown male subject approached him as he was parking his vehicle.  According to the victim, the suspect confronted the victim about the victim’s alleged involvement with the suspect’s girlfriend before taking the victim’s briefcase and striking him with it.  The suspect then fled on foot in the direction of Georgetown South.  The victim did not sustain injuries.

                Description of suspect: Black male, 5’8” with a thin build and short hair


On September 14, 2015, Manassas City Police responded to Thousand Oak Barrel Co (9118 I Beam Ln) for a report of a larceny.  The reporting party told officers that sometime between 5:30pm on September 11th and 9:30am on September 14th, someone stole tools, an air compressor, and a camera, all valued together at $700.00.  There were no signs of forced entry into the building.

Anyone with information on these crimes should contact Manassas Crime Solvers. 

Manassas police nab suspected auto thief

A round-up of police reports in Manassas: 

Stolen/Recovered Auto – Arrest



On September 12, 2015, Manassas City Police responded to the 8600 block of Hollowbrook Way for a report of a stolen auto.  The reporting party told officers that sometime between 1:00pm and 4:00pm, his vehicle was stolen out of his driveway along with $400.00 worth of cleaning supplies that were inside the vehicle at the time of the theft.  On September 13th, officers recovered the stolen vehicle on the 9600 block of Garden St and through further investigation identified Saquan M. PAYNE as a suspect.  When confronted by officers, PAYNE fled on foot towards Wesley Ave and was soon apprehended.  Officers also determined during questioning that PAYNE was a suspect in another auto theft that was reported on September 7th on the 8600 block of Hollowbrook Way.  On September 13th, PAYNE (18) of 9617 Fairview Ave, Apt 3, was charged with two counts of grand larceny.  PAYNE was held without bond and has a pending court date of November 10, 2015.

Larceny – Arrest



On September 10, 2015, Manassas City Police responded to ALDI (9714 Liberia Ave) for a report of a theft.  The reporting party told officers that at approximately 11:45am, they witnessed a male subject taking packages of food and placing them in a bag.  Through further investigation, officers identified the suspect to be William J. TIBBS (43) of 9220 Douglas St.  TIBBS was also discovered to be the suspect in a similar theft at Shoppers Food & Pharmacy (9540 Liberia Ave).  TIBBS was charged with larceny and held on a $2,000.00 bond.  He has a court date of October 5, 2015.

Breaking & Entering

On September 15, 2015, Manassas City Police met with a resident on the 9300 block of Gooseberry Dr for a report of a breaking and entering.  The reporting party told officers that sometime between 6:00pm on September 13th and 9:00am on September 14th, someone had stolen a laptop and television from her residence, valued together at $450.00.  There were no signs of forced entry.


Suspicious Event

On September 10, 2015, Manassas City Police met with a resident for a report of a suspicious event.  The reporting party, an 18-year-old female of Manassas, told officers that at approximately 2:30pm, she was getting off a school bus at the intersection of Porter Ave and Fort Dr when an unknown male approached her.  The male, who was described as being white with a beard driving a 4-door, cream-colored Honda truck with a dog cage in the back seat, asked her if she needed a ride and made a series of lewd comments.  The female continued on and left the scene unharmed.


Indecent Exposure

On September 12, 2015, Manassas City Police conducted a follow-up with staff at Walgreens (9271 Sudley Rd) for a previous report of an indecent exposure.  The reporting party told officers that during the early morning hours of September 6th, they observed an unknown male walking through the store and standing out front for hours exposing himself and making sexual comments to female employees.  At 1:45am on September 9th, staff called to report that the same vehicle the male subject was seen driving on September 6th was parked in front of the store again.  When staff reported the same vehicle in the store parking lot on September 12th, officers responded and determined through further investigation that it had been stolen from Maryland and returned the vehicle to its owner.  The suspect was not on-scene.

                Description of suspect: Hispanic male, 20-30yo, average height and weight.  Spoke with a Spanish accent and with poor English.

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