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Man Beaten in Face, Police Seek Suspect

DALE CITY, Va — A 30 year old man was beaten in the face and hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries. Police have issued an arrest warrant for suspect.

Here’s the latest from Prince William police;

Malicious Wounding – On July 25th at 12:50AM, officers responded to the 14400 block of Fontaine Ct in Woodbridge (22193) to investigate an assault. The investigation revealed that the victim, a 30 year old man of Woodbridge, was assaulted by the accused, a known acquaintance, while in front of a residence in the above area. A witness reported seeing the accused on top of the victim, striking him repeatedly to the face. The accused fled on foot prior to police arriving in the area. The victim was transported to an area hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries. Following the investigation, officers obtained a warrant against the accused.

Wanted: [Photo from May 2011]

Antonio Carlos LANE, 22, of 14402 Fontaine Ct in Woodbridge

Described as a black male, 6’0”, 170lbs with a thin build, short curly black hair, brown eyes, and an unshaven face

Wanted for malicious wounding

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4 Displaced After Suspicious House Fire in Triangle

TRIANGLE, Va. — Investigators are looking into a suspicious fire that broke out at a home in Triangle, just off Fuller Heights Road.

Fire crews were called to 19201 Cardinal Heights Road late Saturday morning and found a fire burning in a bedroom of the house, said Prince William fire and rescue Battalion Chief Curtis Brodie. The blaze was doused quickly and no injuries were reported.

Investigators are looking into the cause of the fire but are not ready to release any specific details in the case, said Brodie.

A total of four adults were displaced from the home after the fire. No charges have been filed.

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Teen Faces 4 Attempted Murder Charges in Woodbridge Arson Case

WOODBRIDGE, Va. — A 17-year-old male is charged with attempted murder tonight after a fire broke out in Woodbridge.

Here’s the latest from Prince William Fire and Rescue Department:

On Sunday, July 27th at approximately 4:30 a.m., fire and rescue units responded to a reported structure fire located at 13700 block of Marbury Lane in Woodbridge.

Upon arrival, fire and rescue units found a working fire on the first floor of the home. Firefighters entered the home and quickly extinguish the fire. Firefighters checked for extension; no further extension was found.

The occupants, 4 adults, safely evacuated the home without injury and were assisted by the Red Cross.

A juvenile sustained minor injuries; treated and released.

The Prince William County Fire Marshal’s Office quickly determined that the incident was an arson-related fire. In a joint investigation by the Fire Marshal’s Office and detectives from Prince William County Police Violent Crimes Bureau a suspect was developed and identified.

A 17 year old male juvenile of Woodbridge was arrested without incident and charged with 4 counts of attempted murder, 1 count of arson of an occupied dwelling and 1 count of manufacturing an explosive device/materials or fire bomb.

He is being held at the Juvenile Detention Center.

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Mugger Takes Wallet Outside Dale City Bank of America

DALE CITY, Va. — Police say a customer at a bank in Dale City was robbed this afternoon.

Here’s the latest from Prince William police:

*INCIDENT: Woodbridge | Strong Armed Robbery, 4100 block of Dale Blvd. Customer leaving the Bank of America was robbed of their wallet. No injuries reported. Suspect fled on foot. K-9 is on scene.

Suspect: Light skinned black male, 6’3″, 180lbs wearing tan pans and a white tank-top.

UPDATE: A police helicopter from Fairfax County is now searching for a suspect in what was described as a foot pursuit in the area of the Sharon Baucom Dale City Recreation Center on Minnieville Road.

Police are pursuing a wanted person and the e chase is not related to the mugging at the nearby Bank of America that occurred just moments before the helicopter search began, a police spokesman said.

Officials are focusing their search on an area near a water tower near power lines.

 

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Victim Cornered in Bathroom, Choked

WOODBRIDGE, Va. — A 23-year-old Woodbridge man faces charges in a strangulation case.

Here’s more from Prince William police:

Abduction | Strangulation | Domestic Related – On July 24th at 11:16AM, officers responded to a residence located in the 14100 block of Madrigal Dr in Woodbridge (22193) to investigate a domestic assault.

The victim, a 24 year old woman of Woodbridge, reported to police that she and the accused, a known acquaintance, were involved in a verbal altercation which escalated. During the encounter, the accused cornered the victim in a bathroom where he then assaulted her. At one point, the accused put his hands around the victim’s neck and began to choke her.

The victim was eventually able to get out of the bathroom and attempted to leave the home. The accused caught up to the victim and continued to assault her. The accused eventually left the residence but returned a short time later.

When the accused returned to the home, the victim attempted to call police. The accused then took the victim’s cell phone by force and fled the area. Minor injuries were reported. Following the investigation, officers obtained warrants against the accused.

Wanted: [Photo from November 2013]

Charles Martize DAVIS, 23, of the 14100 block of Madrigal Dr in Woodbridge

Described as a black male, 5’7”, 165lbs with a thin build, dark complexion, short black hair, brown eyes, a beard and tattoos on his back and both arms

Wanted for strangulation, abduction, robbery, and domestic assault & battery

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Former Stafford Hospital Medicine Chief Indicted

STAFFORD, Va. — The person once in charge of dispensing medicine at Stafford Hospital now faces charges after a federal grand jury indicted her.

Here’s more in a press release from the U.S. Eastern District of Virginia:

Nibedita Mohanty, 56, of Stafford, Virginia, was indicted on one count of participating in a drug trafficking conspiracy to distribute and dispense controlled substances; one count of distributing and dispensing a controlled substance resulting in the death of a patient; two counts of distributing and dispensing controlled substances resulting in serious bodily injury (nonfatal overdoses); thirty-eight counts of distributing and dispensing controlled substances; two counts of aiding and abetting health care fraud; and one count of aiding and abetting money laundering.

Mohanty faces a mandatory minimum sentence of twenty years in prison, and a maximum penalty of life imprisonment and a $10 million fine, if she is convicted of the major drug trafficking charge relating to the death of a patient after consuming oxycodone.

According to the indictment, Mohanty was a physician and served as the Chief of Medicine at Stafford Hospital from June 2009 to February 2013.  Starting in 2008, Mohanty represented herself as a chronic pain management doctor and treated over 100 patients.  In April 2013, the Virginia Board of Medicine suspended Mohanty’s medical license, and in September 2013, Mohanty surrendered her license for a period of three years.

According to court records, Mohanty distributed controlled substances, often for excessive dosages, to patients outside the bounds of professional practice and with no legitimate medical purpose, in exchange for cash sums paid by these patients for visits.  Mohanty also issued a number of prescriptions for controlled substances—such as oxycodone, fentanyl and morphine—despite knowing that her patients were abusing, misusing, distributing or selling the controlled substances.

Mohanty is no longer employed with the hospital.

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Vandals Hit Porter Library Twice this Month

NORTH STAFFORD, Va. — For the second time in a month someone vandalized Porter Library.

A glass door was found shattered Monday evening by security guard. The vandalism was reported to the Stafford sheriff’s office, and a spokesman said the door was last seen intact about 5 p.m., on Sunday.

The library’s branch manager reportedly told the sheriff’s office that this is the second incident of vandalism at the library in the “last three to four weeks.” The branch manager declined to comment to PotomacLocal.com about the incident.

There were no reported injuries. Officials with the sheriff’s office said they did not have an estimated cost of repair for the door.

The library is located at 2001 Parkway Boulevard in the Park Ridge neighborhood.

Anyone with information about this case is encouraged to contact Stafford County Crime Solvers.

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Dog, Puppy Killed after Argument Between Man, Woman in Dumfries

DUMFRIES, Va. — An argument between a man and a woman led to a dog and puppy stabbed to death, and another puppy seriously injured.

Here’s more in a press release:

Felony Animal Cruelty | Domestic Assault & Battery – On July 21st at 8:45AM, officers responded to a residence located in the 17700 block of Confederate Ct in the Town of Dumfries (22026) to investigate a domestic with weapons. Officers arrived at the home and identified both parties. The victim, a 29 year old woman of Dumfries, reported to police that she and the accused, a known acquaintance, were involved in a verbal altercation which escalated.

During the encounter, the accused assaulted and pushed the victim. At one point, the accused took a phone and threw it against a sliding glass door, causing it to shatter. After the parties had separated, the victim attempted to gather her belongings and leave the home. At that point, the victim stated she witnessed the accused use a kitchen knife to stab her dog.

Officers checked the home and located an adult male pit bull deceased with a stab wound to its back. Officers also located two, 2-week old pit bull puppies, one of which was also deceased and the other was critically injured. Both puppies appeared to have sustained blunt force trauma.

The injured puppy was immediately taken to an area animal hospital for treatment. Three other puppies and an adult female pit bull were also located in the home and appeared to be unharmed. Following the investigation, the accused was arrested. The investigation continues into the cause of death for the puppy pending the results of a necropsy.

Additional charges against the accused are pending.

Arrested on July 21st:

Gerard Darvell WILLIAMS, 32, of the 17700 block of Confederate Ct in Dumfries

Charged with felony animal cruelty, misdemeanor animal crueltydomestic assault & battery, and destruction of property

Court date: August 25, 2014 | Bond: held WITHOUT bond

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Cigarettes, Cash Stolen in Dale City Robbery

DALE CITY, Va. — Police are investigating a robbery at a 7-Eleven store in the Darbydale section of Dale City.

Here’s more in a press release:

The Prince William County Police Department is asking for the public’s help in providing information about an armed robbery which was reported to have occurred at the Darbydale 7-11 located in the Woodbridge area of Prince William County.

On July 8th at 2:15AM, officers responded to the 7-11 Convenience Store located at 14797 Darbydale Ave in Woodbridge (22193) to investigate a robbery. Employees reported to police that an unknown masked man entered the store and approached the counter. Once at the counter, the man pulled out a handgun and demanded money and cigarettes. The man took multiple packs of cigarettes and an undisclosed amount of U.S. Currency before fleeing the area on foot. No injuries were reported. A police K-9 was used to search for the suspect.
Suspect Description:
Black male, unknown age, 6’0” with a thin build and light complexion
Last seen wearing a gray long sleeve shirt, black athletic shorts, and a black mask

Anyone with information relating to this case is asked to call Crime Solvers at 703-670-3700 or 1-866-411-TIPS. You don’t have to give your name, just the information. You could earn up to a $1,000 cash reward.

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Arrest Made After Car Plows into Manassas Home

MANASSAS, Va. —  Police arrested a man they say drove his car into a home early Sunday morning.

Here’s more information from a police press release:

Residence Struck by Vehicle – Arrest

At approximately 5:15AM on July 20, 2014 Manassas City Police responded to the 9200 block of Bayberry Ave in reference to a vehicle that had struck a house.  Upon arrival officers discovered that the suspect had driven his Dodge Challenger into the front of a residence where it rested entirely on the lower level, then fled the scene on foot. 

Officers located the suspect, Eberardo CASTILLO, a short distance away on Lomond Ave with non-life-threatening injuries and placed him under arrest without incident.  The victims, one adult male, one adult female, and one juvenile female, were also treated for non-life-threatening injuries resulting from the collision. 

Arrangements are underway with American Red Cross to find housing for the victims as the residence was deemed unfit for occupancy.  CASTILLO, 23, of 7982 Community Dr, Manassas, VA 20109 was charged with two counts of driving under the influence (DUI) maiming, two counts of felony hit and run, and misdemeanor DUI. 

He was held without bond and has a pending court date of September 16, 2014.  This is an ongoing investigation.

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UPDATE: AMBER Alert Missing Virginia Teen Canceled

Denise Shaver

Denise Shaver

Update 8 a.m. Sunday — The AMBER alert for missing 15-year-old Dustin Wade Shaver has been canceled. The teenager was found in North Carolina, according to Virginia State Police.

The agency did not say if any charges have been filed.

10: 20 p.m. Saturday

A 15-year-old boy is missing tonight and police issued an AMBER alter to find him.

Dustin Wade Shaver was taken from his home at 320 Pannell Drive in Hurt, Va., south of Lynchburg, at 10:30 a.m. Saturday.

Denise Michelle Shaver, the child’s biological mother, and Kevin Scott Parrish are suspected of abducting the boy, according to police.

All three may be traveling in a 1995 green Jeep with Virginia license place

Parrish

Parrish

VAC-5570.

This missing child is described as white, wearing white t-shirt and blue jeans or brown shorts. He has black and blue Addias tennis shoes and an eyebrow piecing over his right eye, according to police.

The child’s mother is also described as white, 5 feet 7 inches tall, 223 pounds, with blue eyes. Parris is white, 5 feet 10 inches tall, hazel eyes, 180 pounds, with blonde hair.

Anyone with information is asked to call Virginia State Police at 1-800-822-4453

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Updated: Charges Filed in Fatal Stabbing

UPDATE — Police say charges have been filed in a stabbing that left one man dead and another injured.

Here’s a press release from Prince William police:

Murder Investigation | Aggravated Malicious Wounding – On July 9th at 11:44PM, officers responded to the 15000 block of Cloverdale Rd in Woodbridge (22193) to investigate a stabbing. Officers arrived in the area and located one victim, identified as a 44 year old man of Woodbridge, on the front yard of a residence in the above area. That victim was found to have sustained a stab wound to his chest and was transported to an area hospital where he died.

While investigating the incident, a second victim, identified as a 33 year old man of Manassas, walked into an area hospital, also suffering from stab wounds to his upper body. This victim’s injuries are believed to be non-life threatening. During the investigation, detectives were able to identify the suspect as the accused.

The accused was eventually located and detained without further incident at a residence in the 14400 block of Fillarette St. This incident was not random and appears to have stemmed from a gathering at a residence in the above area. Following the investigation, the accused was arrested.

This is Prince William County’s 3rd murder of 2014.

Arrested on July 9th:

Brandon Curtis Hampton HENRY, 31, of no fixed address

Charged with murder and aggravated malicious wounding

Court date: September 15, 2014 | Bond: held WITHOUT bond

DALE CITY, Va. — Police are investigating a stabbing overnight in the Cloverdale section of Dale City.

Here’s a statement from Prince William police:

*INCIDENT: Detectives are currently investigating a homicide, as the result of a stabbing, which was reported to have occurred in the 15000 block of Cloverdale Rd in Woodbridge earlier this morning. The victim is an adult male and the suspect is in custody. This was not a random act and appears to have stemmed from a neighborhood dispute. More information will be released later today.

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Statement Issued in Teen Sexting Case, Initial Charges Dropped

MANASSAS, Va. — A 17-year-old male accused of sending nude photos of himself to his 15-year-old girlfriend will not be prosecuted.

Trey Simms was accused of “sexting” in January and was charged with manufacturing and distributing child pornography. According to WRC-TV, police wanted to take additional photos of his penis, by force if necessary, to compare them with photos they already had.

A guardian for the teenager liked the move to child abuse, and officials declined to provide comment to the TV reporter. A Washington Post story on Wednesday also highlighted the case.

Last night, police in Manassas who are handling the case released a statement indicating Simms’ initial charges have been dropped.

“It is not the policy of the Manassas City Police or the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office to authorize invasive search procedures of suspects in cases of this nature and no such procedures have been conducted in this case.  Beyond that, neither the Police Department nor the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office discusses evidentiary matters prior to court hearings,” the statement read.

Police say new charges of manufacturing and distributing child pornography and a new court date are pending, however, but they did not say what those charges were citing on ongoing investigation.

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Stranger to Child: Get In My Car

NORTH STAFFORD, Va. –– A boy told Stafford County authorities we was standing with his bike when a stranger drove up and told him to get into his car.

Here’s more in an unedited press release:

The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office is reporting a suspicious person and suspicious activity this afternoon in the Vista Woods Subdivision.

This afternoon July 8, 2014 at 1:00 pm, Stafford Deputies responded to Vista Woods Road for a report of a suspicious man.  When deputies arrived on scene they came in contact with a 9 year old male juvenile who told deputies that while he was standing with his bike along Vista Woods Road a man drove up to him and told the boy to “Get in, get in”.  The young boy immediately got on his bike and road through a yard to his house.  Inside the truck with the male subject were a female and a small child in the back seat.  At no time did the male try to grab the young boy.

Deputies saturated the area looking for the vehicle but were unable to locate it.  The vehicle the subject was driving is described as a black Toyota pickup with a dented front bumper area.  The male subject is described as white male, approximately 30 years of age with an orange shirt, brownish-black hair with a reddish-brown beard.  The female is described as a black female, approximately 30 years of age with long black hair and a black dress.  There was no description of the baby in the back seat.

The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public that if they have any information as to the identity of the individuals described or any information about the incident to contact the Sheriff’s Office at 540-658-4400, call Crime Solvers at 540-659-2020 (callers may remain anonymous) or text “STAFFORD + your tip to CRIMES (274637).

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Hit & Run Suspect Charged with Assaulting Officer Tracked to Home

STAFFORD COUNTY, Va. — Sheriff’s deputies tracked a woman suspected in a hit and run crash to her house and arrested her over the weekend.

The crash occurred at 6:30 p.m. Saturday in the area of U.S. 17 and Banks Ford Parkway in Stafford County. A man told Stafford sheriff’s deputies that a car driven by a woman slammed into the rear of his car as he was coming to the stop at a signal light at the intersection, said Stafford sheriff’s spokesman Bill Kennedy.

After colliding the with the car, the woman put her foot on the accelerator, drove around the car she hit, into some highway construction barrels at the intersection, and then continued on her way, said Kennedy.

After 911 was called and deputies arrived on scene, one of the deputies spotted a car fitting the description of the vehicle that slammed into the victim’s car, said Kennedy. As that car approached the signal light and came to a stop, the deputy looked over the female driver of the car and the driver looked down to the floorboard to avoid eye contact with the deputy, said Kennedy.

The deputy approached the driver and asked her if she had been involved in a hit and run crash and she told said no, said Kennedy. The woman then began to drive away while being questioned by police, and while the deputy’s hand was gripping the car door, said Kennedy. The deputy told the woman to stop be she ignored him, Kennedy added.

Law enforcement officers were able to track the car to its registered address. Deputies called and spoke to the homeowner and asked if a woman fitting the description of the female driver lived at the house, said Kennedy. The homeowner told investigators the woman was at the house, said Kennedy.

Sheriff’s deputies went to a home on Skyline Drive in the rural Hartwood section of Stafford County to find the driver.

Deputies knocked at the door, heard a TV on in the background, but no one answered, said Kennedy. A K9 deputy then entered the home through an unlocked window, announced the police presence and warned a K9 dog would be used to search for their suspect, and that’s when a woman came out and surrendered to investigators, said Kennedy.

Cheryl Ennis, 26, of Skyline Drive, is charged with driving on a suspended license, assault on a law enforcement officer, eluding with endangerment, and hit and run, said Kennedy. Further investigation revealed the woman was also wanted for violating probation, said Kennedy.

Ennis was held in the Rappahannock Regional Jail without bond.

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Police: Belt Used to Beat Girl, 14

WOODBRIDGE, Va. — Police say a woman used her hands and a belt to beat a 14-year-old girl. Police said the suspect is a family member of the victim.

Here’s the police press release:

Felony Cruelty and Injury to a Child – On July 2nd, detectives from the Physical Abuse Unit responded to investigate an assault which was reported to have occurred at a residence located in the 13700 block of Keelingwood Cir in Woodbridge (22191). The victim, a 14 year old female juvenile, reported to police that she was assaulted by the accused, a known acquaintance. During the encounter, the accused used her hands and a belt to strike the victim to her face, hands, back, arms, and legs. The victim sustained significant injuries. Following the investigation, the accused was arrested.

                Arrested on July 2nd:

                Alicia Lashawn SKINNER, 40, of the 13700 block of Keelingwood Cir in Woodbridge

                Charged with felony cruelty and injury to a child

                Court date: unavailable | Bond: $8,000 unsecured

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Lankford Charged in Child Porn Investigation

MANASSAS, Va. — Police in Manassas made an arrest in a child pornography case. Authorities say the suspect was keeping child porn on his computer.

Here’s more in a press release;

Possession of Child Pornography – Arrest

On February 11, 2014 Manassas City Investigators, in conjunction with the Northern Virginia-Washington, DC Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force and the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Innocent Images Taskforce, conducted a search warrant at 10905 Crider Ct, Bristow, VA 20136 regarding the possession and distribution of child pornography.  The search warrant was the result of a month-long investigation into the exploitation of children over the internet which led to the arrest of Charles Lee LANKFORD, Jr of 10905 Crider Ct, Bristow, VA 20136.

Numerous items were removed from the residence stemming from the search warrant.  LANKFORD, who was identified as a suspect through investigation and interviews, was arrested on July 1, 2014 and charged with ten counts of possession of child pornography.  He was held without bond and has a court date pending in Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court.

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BB&T Bank Nearly Robbed; Police Hunt Suspect

WOODBRIDGE,Va. — A bank at a busy shopping center at the intersection of U.S. 1 and Opitz Boulevard in Woodbridge was nearly robbed on Tuesday.

Police have a description of the suspect. Here’s who they’re looking for:

*INCIDENT: Woodbridge |Attempted Bank Robbery at the BB&T in Woodbridge. Attached is a picture of the suspect. Please see prior post for additional information.

Lookout: Black female, 5’4″, thin build, mid 20’s. Last seen wearing a black hat, black shirt and sunglasses

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68 Nabbed in Drug Bust; Homes in Prince William, Stafford, Manassas Searched

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Va. — Police spent last week rounding up suspects in a wide-reaching narcotics ring in Prince William County, Manassas, and Manassas Park.

A total of 68 people were arrested and charged in connection with drug offenses during an operation Prince William police dubbed “dragon slayer.” Targeting the distribution of prescription medication and heroin use, detectives executed 13 search warrants and conducted searches at six additional locations.

Arrest warrants were also obtained for 18 other individuals not apprehended during “operation dragon slayer” which took place June 24 though June 26.

“‘Operation “Dragon Slayer’” not only included the necessary enforcement of state law, but also continued education about narcotic distribution and use in hopes of future prevention,” stated a Prince William police press release. After each arrest was made, staff and resources were made available by the Prince William County Community Services Board and the Police Chaplain Unit to educate the individual on substance abuse and provided arrestees with information about how to receive help.”

A taskforce of police from Prince William, Manassas, and Manassas Park participated in operation dragon slayer. Assistance from sheriff’s offices in Prince William and Stafford counties was also provided.

This latest operation comes after “operation blue dragon” in November 2013 that netted 40 narcotics arrests in Prince William. Seven search warrants were executed during that bust.

Here’s more from the press release:

Search Warrant Locations:

9209 Douglas St., Apt. #112, Manassas (City of Manassas)

14837 Emberdale Dr., Woodbridge

1301 Bayside Ave., Apt. #6, Woodbridge

7599 Gales Ct., Apt. #202, Manassas (Prince William Co.)

4601 Central Park Dr., Woodbridge

15315 Inlet Pl., Dumfries (Prince William Co.)

903 Wingfield Rd., Woodbridge

13702 Joyce Rd., Woodbridge

2940 Fox Lair Dr., Apt. # 203, Woodbridge

4129 Hoffman Dr., Woodbridge

2928 Buell Ct., Dumfries (Town of Dumfries)

16901 Jed Forrest Ln., Woodbridge

13 Maryanne Ave., Stafford

Additional Search Locations:

2011 Youngs Dr., Haymarket (Prince William Co.)

7599 Gales Ct., Apt. #103, Manassas (Prince William Co.)

9267 Taney Rd., Manassas (City of Manassas)

3986 Laurel St., Dumfries (Town of Dumfries)

18509 Triangle St., Triangle

3170 Oakmont Ave., Triangle

Seized During the Operation:

Over $100,000 in U.S. Currency; suspected illegal narcotics including heroin, cocaine, ecstasy, and marijuana; suspected prescription medications; evidence of distribution; paraphernalia; and multiple firearms including handguns, shotguns, and rifles 

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Jogger Reports Indecent Exposure in Minnieville Road Area

WOODBRIDGE, Va. — A jogger said a man exposed himself to her in the area of Minnieville and Oak Farm roads in Woodbridge.

Here’s more in a police press release;

Indecent Exposure – On June 25th at 11:15AM, officers responded to investigate an indecent exposure which was reported to have occurred in the area of Minnieville Rd and Oak Farm Rd in Woodbridge (22192) on June 24th around 5:00AM. The victim, a 35 year old woman of Woodbridge, reported to police that she was jogging in the area above when a vehicle stopped along the roadway. The driver said something to the victim, at which point, she approached the vehicle and observed the unknown male driver expose himself. The victim attempted to reach for her cell phone and the driver fled. No physical contact was made.

Suspect Description:

Hispanic male, between 28 & 32 years of age with a thin build, short black hair, and a clean shaven face

Last seen wearing a white t-shirt – no further description

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Benjamin Chisolm Charged in Sex Assault at Concert

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Va. — A woman from Colonial Beach said she fell asleep at a concert at Jiffy Lube Live and woke up to a man sexually assaulting her.

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

Aggravated Sexual Battery – On June 22nd at 8:30PM, officers were working a concert assignment at Jiffy Lube Live located at 7800 Cellar Door Dr in Bristow (20136) when a patron approached police to report a sexual assault. The victim, a 49 year old woman of Colonial Beach VA, reported to police that she was attending the concert and fell asleep on the lawn area. When she woke, an unknown man was lying beside her and touching her inappropriately. The accused walked away from the victim and was eventually detained by police on an unrelated manner for being publicly intoxicated. Following the investigation, the accused was arrested.

Arrested on June 22nd:

Benjamin CHISOLM, 19, of 3710 Bridsville Rd in Davidsonville, MD

Charged with aggravated sexual battery

Court date: July 17, 2014 | Bond: held WITHOUT bond

The Zac Brown Band was the headlining artist on Sunday night when the sex assault was reported.

Chisolm is a student at the University of Maryland and plays the attack position for the university’s lacrosse team.

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