Investigation ongoing in shooting incident involving teen,
Crews continue working to treat roads, clear tree debris
It's Saturday night...what kind of weather awaits tomorrow? Ice...snow? VDOT crews will report at midnight; motorists should avoid non-essential travel during storm.
Funds will benefit Salem Volunteer Fire Department
A twenty-five count superseding indictment was unsealed today charging five defendants— including two Manassas men.—with conspiracy to commit bank fraud and wire fraud affecting a financial institution and operating a continuing financial crimes enterprise. According to the indictment, between August 2005 and August 2007, the conspiracy generated nearly $7.4 million in fraudulent proceeds.
**UPDATES** Armed Robbery *ARREST – During the ongoing investigation into the August 9th robbery of the Sunoco Service Station located 1260 Annapolis Way in Woodbridge, detectives were able to identify the second suspect involved in the incident.
Rape – On November 25th, detectives from the Special Victim’s Unit began an investigation into a sexual assault which was reported to have occurred on Meadow Ct in Manassas (20109). The investigation revealed that on two occasions in November of 2013, the victim, a 12 year old girl of Manassas, was
Two Minnieland Academy teachers have charged with abusing the children in their care. On November 7th, detectives from the Physical Abuse Unit began an investigation into child abuse allegations which were reported to have occurred at the Minnieland Academy at the Glen located at 4290 Prince William Pkwy in Woodbridge.
Sheriff Jenkins commends his staff and credits the leadership skills of his lieutenants and sergeants for putting more officers on the streets
Six new recruits receive additional training
**UPDATES** Crash – Fatality *CHARGE FILED – On November 15th, after an extensive investigation, investigators from the Crash Investigation Unit obtained a charge against the driver in reference to the fatal pedestrian crash which occurred in the 14000 block of Spriggs Rd in Woodbridge on September 6th. The investigation revealed that texting was not a factor that lead to this crash.
Police have charged a teenage driver in the death of a cyclist who was hit in September outside Hylton High School. Police announced on Nov. 20 that a 17-year-old Manassas woman had been charged with reckless driving, following a two-month investigation into the fatal crash. Just before 3 p.m. on Sept. 6, police were called to Hylton High School where a cyclist had been hit by a 2008 Ford Mustang.
**UPDATES** Crash – Fatality *ADDITIONAL CHARGE – On November 18th, investigators from the Crash Investigation Unit obtained an additional charge in reference to the fatal pedestrian crash which occurred in the area of Opitz Blvd and Montgomery Ave in Woodbridge on November 17th. Charged on November 18th: A 24-year-old woman of Woodbridge was charged with reckless driving and a previous charge of failure to yield to a pedestrian Court date: January 2, 2014: | Status: released on personal recognizance The pedestrian has been identified as Sally Ann OKULY, 59, of Woodbridge
Manassas police are investigating what may be a bomb at 9510 Technology Drive. Police released the following statement: