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Pot found on man entering courthouse, say authorities

STAFFORD — Stafford authorities said they found marijuana on a man who tried to walk through a security gate on Tuesday.

More from the Stafford sheriff’s office: 

On April 10, 2018, at approximately 9:37 a.m., Master Deputy C.W. Reed was working front desk security at the courthouse when a subject entered the building and appeared to have difficulty taking items out of his pockets before going through the metal detector. The deputy also observed that the subject could not follow directions.

When the subject attempted to go through the metal detector, he set off an alert, prompting Deputy Havasy to request that the subject empty all items out of his pockets. The subject speculated that a coin in his shoes could be setting off the metal detector, so he attempted to remove it.

Deputy Havasy then detected the smell of burnt marijuana and questioned the subject about it. The deputy located marijuana in the subject’s pants pocket. Deputies then learned that the subject, identified as Krystan Earl Keitaro Lewis, 20, of Stafford, was at the courthouse for failing to appear on a previous possession of marijuana charge.

Lewis was detained and then released on an unsecured bond. He is charged with possession of marijuana.

Woodbridge 7-Eleven stabbing suspect found in Fairfax

From Prince William police: 

Stabbing Investigation *ARREST – On April 5, detectives from the Gang Unit concluded an investigation regarding a stabbing that occurred at the 7-Eleven located at 13990 Jefferson Davis Hwy in Woodbridge on November 17. Upon further investigation, detectives determined that this incident was gang related. During the course of the investigation, detectives identified and arrested both suspects. One of the suspects, identified as a 17-year-old male, was arrested without incident in January. The second suspect, identified as Deybi Preczadis MEZA SOTO, was arrested in Fairfax County on April 5. The investigation continues.

Arrested on April 5:

Deybi Preczadis MEZA SOTO, 22, of no fixed address

Charged with gang participation

Court Date: Pending | Bond: Held WITHOUT bond

Charged in January: [Juvenile]

A 17-year-old male of Woodbridge

Charged with gang participation

Court Date: Pending | Status: Held at a Juvenile Detention Center

Stabbing Investigation [Previously Released] – On November 17 at 8:20PM, officers responded to investigate a stabbing which was reported to have occurred at the 7-Eleven located at 13990 Jefferson Davis Hwy in Woodbridge (22191) at approximately 8:00PM. The investigation revealed the victim, a 25-year-old man, was inside the store when he was approached by two unknown men. During the encounter, the men confronted the victim over his shoes and demanded the victim hand the shoes over to them. The victim refused and completed his purchase while the suspects left the store. As the victim was also leaving, one of the men ran by the victim, stabbing him in the lower body with an unknown edged object. The suspect then attempted to stab the victim a second time before both men got into a black sedan, possibly a Honda or Toyota, and fled the area. The suspects yelled gang affiliations during the altercation. The victim was able to get into his own vehicle where he drove to his nearby residence and contacted police. The victim was transported to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The suspects were not located. The investigation continues.

Details on serious crash that closed a portion of Route 234 over the weekend

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY — Emergency crews were called Saturday to the area of Route 234 and Bristow Road for a serious crash. 

Here are the details from Prince William police: 

A 2003 Saturn Vue was traveling eastbound in the left lane of Dumfries Road past Bristow Road when it left the roadway to the left and crossed over the grass center median into oncoming westbound traffic on Dumfries Road. The Vue subsequently struck a 2005 Honda Odyssey and a 2008 Ford F-450 which were traveling Westbound on Dumfries Road.

The driver of the Vue was flown to a local hospital with serious, non-life threatening injuries and was later released. Speed is not factor. Alcohol and drugs are. The drivers of the Odyssey and F-450 received minor injuries.

The driver of the Vue, Derek Eugene FIELDS, 40, of 16113 John MaArsdhdarlle Hwy in Broadway, was charged with driving under the influence of drugs, possession of marijuana, and no driver’s license. Investigation continues.

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