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Arrest Made in Greenbriar Assault

From Fairfax County Police Department:

 

Fair Oaks Police District – A 15-year-old Chantilly area boy has been arrested in this case and charged with abduction with the intent to defile and aggravated sexual battery. The suspect is being held on a detention order at the Fairfax County Juvenile Detention Center.

Police Caution Car Buyers about Private Sales Ads

Police Caution Car Buyers about Private Sales Ads

From Fairfax County Police Department:

 

Robbery detectives are investigating two cases stemming from fraudulent Craigslist car ads. In three separate incidents, interested car buyers responded to online ads, coordinated a time and place to meet the purported car seller and when they arrived, two males approached and demanded money; at least one suspect displayed a gun.

            The first incident took place in the area of Pohick Road and Wadebrook Terrace on Saturday, September 10 just before 10 p.m.; the two victims, a 34 and a 39-year-old man, relinquished an undisclosed amount of cash to the suspects.

Crime Solvers Seeks Suspects in Overnight Vehicle Tamperings

From Fairfax County Crime Solvers:

 

Fairfax County Crime Solvers is seeking the public’s help in identifying the person(s) responsible for at least 54 vehicle tamperings that occurred in several neighborhoods throughout the Franconia Police District. During the overnight hours of Sunday, September 4 through Monday, September 5 the suspect(s) used a BB or pellet gun to shoot the parked vehicles. Damage is estimated to be about $15,000. 

            These vehicle tamperings occurred in the following locations:

·         5900 block of Ridgeview Drive

·         5400 block of Broadmoor Street

·         7600 and 7700 block of Hayfield Road

·         5800 block of Helmsdale Lane

·         6100 block of Charles Arrington Drive

Be Cautious When Donating to Help Victims in Japan

Be Cautious When Donating to Help Victims in Japan

From Fairfax County Office of Public Affairs:

A tragic event, such as an earthquake or hurricane, often prompts an outpouring of assistance from well-meaning citizens. The FBI reminds consumers who receive appeals to donate money in the aftermath of a natural disaster to apply a critical eye and do their due diligence before responding to requests. Past tragedies and natural disasters have prompted individuals with criminal intent to solicit contributions purportedly for a charitable organization and/or good cause. Before making a donation of any kind, consumers should adhere to certain guidelines, including the following:

Tips for Buying and Using Gift Cards

Tips for Buying and Using Gift Cards

From Fairfax County Office of Public Affairs:

Police Investigate Vandalism in Chantilly

From Fairfax County Police Department:

Fair Oaks Police District – Officers were called to a report of property damage at the U.S. Marine Corp recruiting office, 13881 MetroTech Drive around 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, October 26.

            An employee contacted police after discovering two apparent bullet holes in a window of the office and one into an adjacent business when he arrived at work this morning. Officers do not believe that there was anyone in either of the businesses at the time of the shooting. They believe the incident occurred between 8:30 p.m. Monday, October 25 and 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, October 26.

Chantilly Man Convicted of Using Business as Front for Cocaine Trafficking Ring in NOVA

The following was sent to us by the United States Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of Virginia:

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Jamin Dodamin Oliva-Madrid, 30, of Chantilly, Va., was convicted by a federal jury of conspiring with his brothers and other individuals to distribute cocaine throughout Virginia. In addition, Esteban Salguero-Ortiz, a/k/a Cadejo, 41, of Philadelphia, Pa., was also convicted today of conspiring with members of the trafficking ring in Northern Virginia to expand their distribution into Philadelphia.

        Neil H. MacBride, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, and Ava A. Cooper-Davis, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration, made the announcement.