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Arson suspected at Caliber Collision fire

Arson is suspected at the Caliber Collision fire in Gainesville on July 20. Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue units arrived at a fire at the auto repair facility, located on Progress Court in Gainesville, at 4:45 a.m. on July 20. Upon arrival, firefighters detected a possible odor of a flammable liquid and observed four vehicles, two dumpsters and an area of brush on fire. They quickly extinguished the fire. Through the course of the investigation, it was determined that multiple vehicles had damage to their fuel tanks. According to the Fire Marshal’s Office, preliminary property damage is estimated at $100,000. The incident is under investigation by the Fire Marshal’s Office assisted by the Prince William County Police Department. The incident is being investigated as an arson crime. The Stafford County Fire Marshal’s Office assisted with an Arson K9 Unit.

Suspect wanted in indecent exposure

PWC Police are looking for a man who may have been involved in an indecent exposure on July 18. The victim, a 66-year-old Dumfries woman, reported to police at 2:15 p.m. that she was in the 3400 block of Tuckahoe Court in Dumfries when she saw a man standing in between two townhomes. The man allegedly exposed himself and made an obscene gesture towards the victim. No physical or verbal contact was made between the two. The suspect left on foot and the victim contacted police. Officers checked the area for the suspect, who was not located. The suspect is described as a 5 foot 6 inch tall, 160-pound black man in his twenties. He has a medium build, medium complexion, and short brown hair. He was last seen wearing a white and blue shirt and red shorts.

Firearm and tablet stolen from home

A firearm and a tablet were stolen in a recent burglary from a home in the 2000 block of Stargrass Court in Lake Ridge. Entry is believed to have been made through an unsecured rear door. The homeowner reported to PWC police that burglary occurred between 10:30 a.m. and 1:40 p.m. on July 18. During a canvas of the neighborhood, officers learned of three suspicious individuals described as two black men and one white man, all between the ages of 18 and 20, who were in the area at the time.

Three Manassas homes burglarized in four days

Three Manassas homes were burglarized in a four-day span. The first burglary reported on July 16 was in the 8300 block of Irongate Way in Manassas. The homeowner reported to PWC police that the burglary occurred between 11:30 p.m. on July 15 and 4 a.m. on July 16. The investigation revealed that entry was made into the home through a shattered sliding glass door. A MacBook, jewelry, and money were reported missing. On July 17, a homeowner in the 9900 block of Lomond Drive in Manassas reported that jewelry and money were taken from the home. The homeowner reported to PWC police that the burglary occurred between 3:30 p.m. and 10:45 p.m. on July 17. The investigation revealed that entry was made through a damaged side door. On July 18, a homeowner in the 12300 block of Silent Wolf Drive in Manassas reported to PWC police that a MacBook, Apple TV box, and safe were taken from the home. The homeowner said that the burglary occurred between 8 p.m. on July 17 and 7 p.m. on July 18. The investigation revealed that entry was made through a damaged rear door.

Two arrested in series of Woodbridge burglaries

Noah Ray Hall, 18, of Woodbridge, and a 16-year-old male juvenile of Woodbridge were arrested on July 15 in connection with a series of burglaries. A resident of an apartment in the 1700 block of Shady River Court in Woodbridge reported to PWC police that the burglary occurred between 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. The investigation revealed that entry was made into the apartment through an unsecured window. An Apple IPad Mini, computer tablet, and sunglasses were reported missing. Upon further investigation on July 15, PWC police detectives from the Property Crimes Unit were able to identify the suspects involved in the above burglary as well as multiple other burglaries in the same apartment complex since March 2016. Detectives located and detained both Hall and the juvenile later that evening. A search warrant was subsequently executed at the home of the accused and evidence of the burglaries was recovered. Following the investigation, both suspects were arrested. The 16-year-old was charged with two counts of burglary and two counts of grand larceny. He is being held at a Juvenile Detention facility until his pending court date. Hall was charged with two counts of burglary and two counts of grand larceny. Hall is being held without bond until his Aug. 25 court date. Additional charges are pending.

Police search for third burglary suspect

Treshawn Kalante Myles, 20, of Fredericksburg, and Wesley Joseph Wooden-Harris, 22, of Woodbridge, were arrested on July 19 in connection with a series of burglaries. PWC police officers arrived at a home in the 3300 block of Rollingwood Drive in Woodbridge at 10:03 a.m. on July 19 to investigate an alarm activation. When they arrived, they discovered that entry had been made into an enclosed porch through a window. The A/C unit had been pushed out. Further investigation revealed that entry was attempted into the house through a damaged door. No entry was made inside the residence and no property was reported missing. At 10:30 a.m., officers were dispatched to a burglary in progress at a home in the 13400 block of Fowke Lane. The homeowner reported to police that she heard a knock on her front door and went to answer, then heard a loud noise to the rear of the residence. As she walked to the back yard, she saw three men attempting entry into the house. When the victim challenged the suspects, they fled the area on foot. Two of the suspects, identified as Myles and Wooden-Harris, were located a short time later by responding officers and detained without incident. A police K9 was used to search for the third suspect who was not located. Officers later learned that two additional burglaries occurred at homes in the 13200 block of Minnieville Road and 3500 block of Hummock Place. No entry was made into the home on Minnieville Road and no property was reported missing. Entry was made into the home on Hummock Place through a damaged window. Jewelry and several designer purses were reported missing. Following the investigation, Myles and Wooden-Harris were arrested. Additional charges are pending. Myles was charged with one count of burglary, two counts of conspiracy to commit burglary, and one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Wooden-Harris was charged with two counts of burglary, one count of attempted burglary, and one count of possession of a burglary tools. Both men are being held without bond until their Aug. 25 court date. Police are searching for the third suspect, who is described as an 18-22-year-old white man who was last seen wearing black clothing. The investigation continues.

Papa John’s robber turns himself in

Joseph Tyler Kelley, 20, of Woodbridge, turned himself into PWC police on July 20 at the Gar-Field station in Woodbridge. Kelley was wanted for two commercial robberies, one at a Woodbridge Exxon service station on June 8 and another at a Dale City Papa John’s on July 11. Kelley was charged with two counts of robbery. Kelley is being held without bond until his Sept. 30 court date.

Suspect in June 24 shooting turns himself in

Cornelius Sean McGriff, 23, of no fixed address, turned himself into PWC police at the Adult Detention Center in Manassas on July 9. He was wanted in connection to a shooting investigation at a home in the 1600 block of Fort Fisher Court in Dumfries on June 24. McGriff was charged with two counts of aggravated malicious wounding, one count for attempted aggravated malicious wounding, three counts of use of a firearm in commission of a felony, and three counts of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He is being held without bond until his July 27 court date.

Woodbridge woman wanted for biting loss prevention associate

Shakeria Nicole Reid, 35, of Woodbridge, is wanted by PWC police in connection with a July 19 assault. A JCPenney loss prevention associate at Potomac Mills, a 36-year-old Woodbridge man, reported to police that he was allegedly attempting to take Reid into custody for concealing merchandise. During the encounter, Reid allegedly bit him on the arm, causing a laceration. She then allegedly fled the area on foot and was not located. Following the investigation, officers obtained an arrest warrant for Reid but attempts to locate her have been unsuccessful. Reid is described as a 5 foot two inch tall, 180 pound black woman with a heavy build, medium complexion, long dyed red hair, and brown eyes. She is wanted for malicious wounding and petty larceny.

Woodbridge man allegedly ran into victim’s car

Hung Thanh Nguyen, 49, of Woodbridge, was arrested on July 21 in connection with a July 21 assault. The victim, a 32-year-old Woodbridge woman, reported to PWC police that she and Nguyen, an acquaintance, were allegedly involved in an argument at her home in the area of Minnieville Road and Cardinal Drivein Dale City which escalated. As the victim attempted to leave in her vehicle, Nguyen allegedly punched her car then began to follow her in his car. At some point, Nguyen allegedly struck her car several times with his car. Officers arrived in the area and were able to make contact with both parties. No injuries were reported. Nguyen was charged with attempted malicious wounding and destruction of property. He is being held on a $10,000 secured bond until his pending court date.

Woman arrested after allegedly driving drunk

Town of Haymarket police arrested a Haymarket woman on July 20 after receiving a tip to be on the lookout for a domestic dispute in a moving vehicle. The vehicle was located exiting I-66 at Route 15 and a traffic stop was conducted at Route 15 and Lightner Road. After interviewing both the driver and her 14-year-old daughter, the officers suspected that the driver was intoxicated. After conducting a series of field sobriety tests, she was arrested for driving under the influence, unreasonably refusing a breath/blood test and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Her daughter was taken home and turned over to an older sibling and grandmother.

Manassas City Police looking for suspect

The Manassas City Police Department is looking for David Luis Mendoza, 18, who is believed to be involved with several recent shootings in the Georgetown South community in Manassas City. Mendoza is described as a 5-foot-5 inch, 115-pound Hispanic man with brown hair and brown eyes. He is wanted for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and is believed to be involved in several recent shootings in the Georgetown South community of Manassas city.

Cab driver allegedly assaulted

At approximately 1:40 a.m. on July 20, Manassas City Police arrived at the 8600 block of Devonshire Court in Manassas for a report of a robbery that had just occurred. The victim, a 58-year-old Manassas man, a cab driver, told officers that he was dispatched to pick up customers whose destination was an unknown address in Fairfax County. The victim reported that two customers, both black men in their early 20’s, entered his vehicle and refused to pay a fare or provide a destination for their trip. After a brief verbal confrontation, one of the men allegedly assaulted the driver, causing non-life-threatening injuries. All three parties exited the vehicle and the suspects were last seen running towards Bruton Parish Court.

Tools and equipment stolen from business

On July 20, Manassas City Police responded to ARS Heating and Air Conditioning, 9070 Euclid Ave., Manassas, for a report of a larceny. The reporting party told officers that sometime between 1:40 a.m. on July 19 and 7 a.m. on July 20, someone entered the property through a rear gate and broke in to three work trucks at the business. Several tools and other equipment items of an undetermined value were reported stolen, to include Freon tanks, a welding torch, and a digital scale.

Three suspects wanted in early morning robbery

PWC Police are searching for three suspects who may have been involved in a robbery on July 25 in the 13900 block of Jefferson Davis Highway in Woodbridge. The victim, a 23-year-old Woodbridge man, reported to police at 3:38 a.m. that he was walking in the area when he was approached by two men. During the encounter, one of the men brandished a handgun and demanded the victim walk to the rear of a nearby business. Once there, a third man appeared brandishing a handgun and demanded money. At some point, one of the suspects struck the victim multiple times in the head which caused him to lose consciousness. The victim eventually woke up when one of the suspects attempted to take off his shoes. The suspects took the victim’s cell phone, wallet, shoes, and money before fleeing on foot. The victim was taken to a local hospital for treatment of his minor injuries. The suspects were not located. The three suspects are all described as black men between the ages of 16 and 20-years-old, 5 feet 10 inches tall and 180-pounds with medium builds and dark complexions. Two of the men have black dreadlocks and the third has short black hair. The investigation continues.

Man stabbed at Dale City house party

A 20-year-old Woodbridge man was stabbed at a house party in the 5600 block of Saint Charles Drive in Dale City on July 24. When several men were told to leave a party, one of the men displayed a knife and attempted to stab the homeowner. The homeowner was able to avoid the knife but the victim, who was standing behind the homeowner, was stabbed in the upper body. The victim was taken to an area hospital with serious, non-life threatening injuries. The investigation continues.

Suspect wanted in Montclair robbery

PWC Police are searching for a suspect involved in a Montclair robbery on July 22. The victim, a 52-year-old Dumfries woman, reported to police at 10:59 p.m. that she was walking in the area of South Lake Boulevard and Higgins Drive in Montclair when she was approached by a man. During the encounter, the man pushed her to the ground then took her shoulder bag which contained her wallet and an undisclosed amount of money. He then fled the area on foot. The suspect described as a 17-25-year-old black man with short black hair was not located.

Pickup truck and home shot at

A pickup truck with people in it and a home were hit by bullets on July 23 in Dumfries. PWC Police officers arrived at the area of Old Triangle Road and Fort Henry Court at 2:24 a.m. to investigate a shots fired call. Upon their arrival, the officers located multiple shell casings in the roadway. During the investigation, an occupied pickup truck parked on Fort Henry Court and home in the 2400 block of Kilpatrick Place were found to have been struck. The projectile appeared to have entered through an upper floor window. There were no injuries were reported.

Alexandria man arrested in stabbing

Vincent Yaw Antwi, 25, of Alexandria, was arrested on July 25 in connection with a stabbing. The victim a 25-year-old Alexandria man, and Antwi, an acquaintance, were allegedly involved in an argument in the area of Emberdale Drive and Eileen Court in Dale City which escalated. During the encounter, Yawi allegedly picked up a knife and threw it at the victim, striking him in the upper body. They eventually separated and the victim contacted police. A responding officer located and detained Yawi a short distance away without incident. The victim was transported to a local hospital with serious, non-life threatening injuries. Yawi was charged with malicious wounding. He is being held without bond until his Oct. 19 court date.

Man allegedly burns cop with cigarette

Temple Lee Darry, Jr., 40, of Woodbridge, was arrested on July 24 for allegedly assaulting a law enforcement officer. PWC Police arrived at the intersection of Cardinal Drive and Jefferson Davis Highway in Woodbridge on July 24 at 4:55 p.m. to investigate a two vehicle crash. When an officer arrived, contact was made with Darry who allegedly refused to provide any identifying information. When the officer asked him to step out of his vehicle, Darry allegedly burned the officer in the hand with a cigarette. Darry then allegedly sped away, eventually stopping in front of his residence on Grist Mill Terrace. As officers approached the vehicle, they issued multiple commands to Darry, all of which were allegedly ignored. He was quickly removed from the vehicle then detained without further incident. Minor injuries were reported to the officer. Darry was charged with assault and battery on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest, obstruction of justice, hit and run, and no operator’s license. He is being held without bond until his Aug. 17 court date.

Man arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a child

Jordan Kolbinskie, 23, of Manassas, was arrested on July 11 in connection with a sexual assault. On July 11, PWC detectives with the Special Victim’s Bureau concluded  an investigation of Kolbinskie. He was arrested on June 9 following a proactive operation where undercover detectives used social media and an undisclosed online site to pose as underage juveniles. Kolbinskie was originally arrested for allegedly making arrangements to meet an undercover detective at a public location in Prince William County after soliciting sexual or indecent acts through electronic means. Following his arrest, a search warrant was subsequently executed on his cell phone. Upon an extensive search of the phone, detectives determined that the accused allegedly sexually assaulted a 9-year-old girl at a house in Manassas in May. Following the investigation, detectives obtained additional warrants for Kolbinskie who was still incarcerated at the Adult Detention Center.

Kolbinskie was charged with one count of object sexual penetration, one count of aggravated sexual battery, two counts of production of child pornography, two counts of possession of child pornography, two counts of unlawful filming, one count of attempted unlawful filming, and one count of indecent liberties by a custodian. Kolbinskie’s court date is pending and he is being held without bond.


Jordan Kolbinskie

Suspect in two robberies identified

Joseph Tyler Kelley, 20, of Woodbridge is wanted in connection with the July 11 robbery of a Dale City Papa Johns and the June 8 robbery at a Woodbridge Exxon service station. On July 15, Prince William County detectives from the Robbery Unit identified Kelley as the suspect involved in two commercial robberies in the Woodbridge area of the county. In both cases, an undisclosed amount of money was taken. Detectives have since obtained arrest warrants for him. Kelley has not been located. He is described as a 6-foot tall, 140-pound white man with a thin build, brown hair, and brown eyes. Kelley is wanted for two counts of robbery.


Joseph T. Kelley

Robbery in drug meet gone wrong

PWC Police are searching for a suspect in a July 17 robbery. The victim, a 22-year-old Woodbridge man, reported to police that he made arrangements to meet several friends in the 13600 block of Mary’s Way in Woodbridge to smoke marijuana. While walking, the victim was approached by four unknown black men. One of the men brandished a handgun and took the victim’s cell phone and wallet before fleeing on foot. No injuries were reported. A police K9 was used to search for the suspect who was not located.

Assault in drug deal gone wrong

PWC Police are searching for a suspect in a robbery on July 17. The victim, an 18-year-old Bristow man, reported to police that he made arrangements to conduct a narcotics transaction with four known acquaintances in the area of Tackhouse Court and Tackhouse Loop in Gainesville. During the encounter, one of the men pulled out a knife and demanded money and the narcotics. The victim was assaulted by the suspects before they dispersed on foot. Minor injuries were reported. The investigation continues.

Manassas man hit with gun during robbery

PWC Police are searching for two suspects involved in a July 15 robbery. The victim, a 23-year-old Manassas man, reported to police that he was talking on his phone in a parking lot in the 7900 block of Community Drive in Manassas when he was approached by two unknown men. During the encounter, both men brandished handguns and demanded money. One of the suspects struck the victim multiple times in the head with a firearm. The men took the victim’s cell phone, wallet, and money before fleeing on foot. Minor injuries were reported. A police K9 was used to search for the suspects who were not located. The first suspect is described as a 5-foot-8-inch tall black man with a thin build, dark complexion and short black hair. He was last seen wearing all black. The second suspect is described as a 5-foot-10-inch tall black man with a thin build, dark complexion, and long dreadlocks. He was last seen wearing all black.

Man provides false name after arrest

Ryan Thomas Walker, 19, of no fixed address, was arrested on July 12 in connection with a July 11 robbery. The victim, a 53-year-old woman of Haymarket, reported to Prince William County Police that she was standing outside her vehicle getting gas in the 7200 block of Sudley Manor Road in Manassas when she was approached by an unknown man. During the encounter, the man took jewelry and a wallet from her before fleeing the area on foot. A police K9 was used to search for the suspect who was located a short time later in a vehicle parked in the 10600 block of Automotive Drive. He was detained without incident.

Walker allegedly provided a false name and identification during the PWC Robbery Unit’s investigation into the robbery at the 7200 block of Sudley Road in Manassas. Walker originally provided the false name of Anthony Deandre Griffith, a 19-year-old from Maryland. Walkers’ arrest was reported under the name of Griffith on July 12. Walker has been charged with robbery and additional charges are pending. His court date is Oct. 19 and is being held without bond. The investigation continues.

Two suspects sought in bicycle robbery

PWC Police are searching for a suspect who was involved in an armed robbery in the 13000 block of Chinn Park Drive in Woodbridge on July 12. The victim, a 16-year-old Woodbridge boy, reported to the police that he was retrieving his blue BMX style bicycle which was parked in the area when he was approached by two unknown men. During the encounter, one of the suspects brandished a handgun and demanded the bicycle. At some point, the other suspect punched the victim on the head. The men took the bicycle before fleeing the area. Minor injuries were reported. A police K9 was used to search for the suspects who were not located. The first suspect is described as a 20 to 30-year-old, 6-foot-tall, black man with a medium build and black hair. He was last seen wearing a black shirt and black pants. The second suspect is described as 20 to 30-year-old, 5-foot-10-inch-tall, black man with a medium build and black hair. He was last seen wearing a grey shirt and grey shorts. The investigation continues.

Woodbridge man arrested for assault

Raju Karki, 40, of Woodbridge, was arrested on July 13 in connection with a July 12 domestic assault. The victim, a 36-year-old Woodbridge woman, reported to police that she and Karki, a known acquaintance, were allegedly involved in an argument at a home in the 2900 block of Burgundy Place in Woodbridge. The argument allegedly escalated. During the encounter, Karki allegedly grabbed the victim, then placed his arm around her throat and strangled her. The victim was eventually able to get away from him and the police were contacted. Minor injuries were reported. Karki was charged with strangulation¸ abduction and domestic assault and battery. Karki is being held without bond until his pending court date.

Suspect sought in bicycle robbery

At approximately 1:30 a.m. on July 13, Manassas City Police responded to the 9500 block of Mine Gap Way in Manassas for a report of a larceny. The reporting party told officers that approximately two hours before, he was sitting in his garage when an unknown man approached and initiated a conversation about bicycles. After complimenting the victim on his bicycle, the victim allowed the suspect to ride the bicycle for a moment. The suspect rode out of sight and did not return. The stolen bicycle, a silver mountain bike with double suspension, was valued at $600. The suspect is described as a 5-foot-10-inch-tall black man with dreadlocks wearing a grey shirt.

Ford truck stolen from driveway

At approximately 7:40 a.m. on July 12, Manassas City Police responded to the 8300 block of Tillett Loop in Manassas for a report of a stolen automobile. The reporting party told officers that her black 2006 Ford F250 pickup truck was stolen from where it had been parked in the driveway. The vehicle was valued at $25,000.

Abandoned dog rescued in Manassas

While conducting regular patrols in the area of Dean Drive in Manassas at approximately 6:10 a.m. on July 12, Manassas City Police observed an abandoned dog tied to a fence post near the roadway. Manassas City Animal Control Officers found no identifying information on the dog, a 42-pound female in poor health, once she was transferred to the shelter. Anyone with information about the dog in question or the whereabouts of its owners is encouraged to call the Manassas Animal Shelter at 703-257-2420.

Lug nuts stolen off Manassas car

At approximately 3:15 a.m. on July 7, Manassas City Police responded to the 9700 block of Sassafras Court for a report of stolen automobile parts. The reporting party told officers that at approximately 3 a.m., she discovered that all four tires were removed and placed beside her vehicle and the lug nuts, valued together at $40, were missing. A second party reported seeing two men near the vehicle at the time of the theft. When he confronted the suspects, they fled in a grey Nissan Rogue.

Man found looking into vehicles

At approximately 10 p.m. on July 6, Manassas City Police responded to the 8711 block of Libeau Drive in Manassas for a report of a suspicious person. The reporting party told the officers that just prior to their arrival, he was informed an unknown man was walking down the street peering into cars. The citizen then observed an unknown man open the door to a black Jeep Wrangler parked in the driveway of a residence on the 9900 block of Fendall Street. Knowing the subject was not the owner of the vehicle, the citizen confronted the subject, who then fled on foot in the direction of Hastings Drive. The owner of the vehicle reported no items missing as a result of the incident. A possible suspects’ vehicle is described as a Gold Chevrolet Trail Blazer.

Cell phone and money stolen in assault

PWC Police are searching for suspects involved in a robbery on July 9. The victim, a 23-year-old Woodbridge man, reported to police that he was in the 13500 block of Delaney Road in Woodbridge when he was approached by several acquaintances. During the encounter, the suspects pushed the victim to the ground and kicked him. The suspects took the victim’s cell phone and an undisclosed amount of money before fleeing the area. Minor injuries were reported. This incident was not random. The investigation continues.

Westridge Elementary School almost broken into

PWC Police arrived at Westridge Elementary School in Woodbridge to investigate an attempted burglary on July 12. School security reported to police that sometime between 6 p.m. on July 11 and 2:09 a.m. on July 12, entry was attempted into the school through a damaged window. No entry was made and no property was reported missing.

Man arrested for alleged assault with golf club

Matthew Ryan Pierpoint, 27, of Manassas, was arrested on July 11 in connection with an assault. The victim, a 52-year-old Manassas man, reported to PWC police that he and Pierpoint, a family member, were allegedly involved in an argument at a home in the 12800 block of Dusty Willow Road in Manassas which escalated. During the encounter, Pierpoint allegedly struck the victim with a golf club. The parties eventually separated and the victim contacted police. Minor injuries were reported. Pierpoint was charged with malicious wounding. His court date is pending and he is being held without bond.

Woman allegedly pins pedestrian between cars

Ana Silvia Lopez Canas, 25, of Dumfries, was arrested on July 11 in connection with hitting a pedestrian. PWC Police arrived at the 17900 block of Colonial Port Road in Dumfries to investigate a struck pedestrian. The investigation revealed that Lopez Canas was allegedly involved in an argument with an acquaintance in the area. As she was driving away at a high rate of speed, she allegedly struck an unrelated man, a 55-year-old Dumfries man, pinning him between two cars. Lopez Canas remained at the scene until officers arrived. The victim was transported to a local hospital with minor injuries. Lopez Canas was charged with malicious wounding, reckless driving, and driving on a suspended license. She is being held on a $10,000 secured bond until her Aug. 22 court date.

PWC Police search for robbery suspect

PWC Police are searching for a suspect involved in a robbery on Balls Ford Road in Manassas on July 14. The victim, a 36-year-old Maryland man, reported to police at 11:58 p.m. that he drove to the 10600 block of Balls Ford Road to meet with a woman he met on online. When he arrived, he was approached by a man who displayed a knife and took an undisclosed amount of money. The victim left the area and then contacted police. No injuries were reported. The officers searched the area for the suspect who was not located. The suspect is described as 30 to 35-year-old black man with a thin build. He was last seen wearing a white shirt and blue jeans.

Man arrested after allegedly robbing 7-Eleven

Pierre Karl Allen Hayes, 29, of Triangle, was arrested on July 15 in connection with a robbery at a 7-Eleven in Montclair. Employees reported to PWC police at 12:45 a.m. that an unknown man entered the store. Once inside he brandished a handgun and demanded money. The suspect took an undisclosed amount of money before fleeing the area on foot. A police K9 was used to search for the suspect. He was not located. No injuries were reported. A short time later, officers arrived at the 19200 block of Potomac Crest Drive in Triangle to investigate a suspicious vehicle parked in the area. Once there, they spoke with the driver and two juvenile passengers. The officers determined that the driver, Hayes, was allegedly intoxicated and detained him. Upon further investigation, officers determined that he was the suspect involved in the 7-Eleven robbery. A further search of the vehicle recovered the firearm used in the robbery. Hayes was charged with one count of robbery, one count of use of a firearm in commission of a felony, one count of driving under the influence, one count of possession of a concealed weapon, and two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. His court date is set for Sept. 30. Hayes is being held without bond.

Two arrested in Woodbridge robbery

Talha Baber Chaudhry, 21, of Woodbridge, and Timothy William Lumumba, 21, of Woodbridge, were arrested on July 12 in connection with a July 11 robbery. The victim, a 21-year-old Woodbridge man, reported to PWC police that he was approached by three acquaintances regarding an ongoing dispute. During the encounter, the suspects assaulted the victim then demanded money. The victim went with the suspects to a nearby ATM machine in the 14300 block of Fairview Lane in Woodbridge where he withdrew an undisclosed amount of money which the suspects took. The suspects then left the area and the victim later responded to the Gar-Field Station to report the incident. Minor injuries were reported. Following the investigation, officers identified two of the suspects as Chaudhry and Lumumba and obtained warrants for their arrest. They were located and arrested without incident at their homes on July 12. Both men were charged with robbery and assault by mob. Their court date is Aug. 11 and they are being held without bond.

Teen arrested for assault

A 17-year-old male juvenile of Manassas was arrested on July 14 in connection with a domestic assault. The victim, a 59-year-old Manassas man, reported to PWC police that he and the teenager, a family member, were allegedly involved in an argument on July 12 that occurred at a home in the 8000 block of Community Drive in Manassas. The argument allegedly escalated. During the encounter, the 17-year-old allegedly grabbed the victim by the neck and began to strangle him. The parties eventually separated and the victim contacted police. He was charged with strangulation and domestic assault and battery. The juvenile’s court date is pending. He is being held at the Juvenile Detention Center.

Fredericksburg man arrested following shots fired call

Bryan Richard Warmack, 21, of Fredericksburg, was arrested on July 14 in connection with a shots fired call. The caller reported to PWC police that there was a fight in the area of Olde Port Lane and Port Hope Point in Triangle. During the encounter, one of the men brandished a handgun and began firing at the other party as they left in a vehicle. The suspect then went into a nearby residence. When officers arrived, Warmack was located and detained without incident. A search warrant was subsequently executed at the house by PWC detectives with the Gang Unit and Violent Crimes Bureau. A handgun and ammunition were recovered. No injuries or property damage were reported. Warmack was charged with reckless handling of a firearm. He was released on his own personal recognizance until his Oct. 3 court date.

Shots fired in Manassas

At approximately 8 p.m. on July 14, Manassas City Police arrived at the area of Beech Place and George Street in Manassas for a report of several shots fired from a moving vehicle. No injuries were reported. The investigation is ongoing.

Suspects wanted in drug buy gone wrong

PWC Police are searching for three suspects involved in a July 13 robbery. The victim, a 48-year-old Dumfries man, reported to police at 9:47 p.m. that he was in the 3000 block of Graham Park Road in Dumfries attempting to conduct a narcotics transaction when he was approached by the three unknown males. During the encounter, one of the suspects brandished a handgun and demanded the victim to get on the ground. The suspects then took his money, his cell phone, and keys. At some point, one of the suspects punched the victim in the head prior to fleeing the area on foot. Minor injuries were reported. A police K9 was used to search for the suspects. They were not located. All three suspects were described as 18 to 25-year-old black men with medium builds, black hair, and brown eyes. They were last seen wearing black t-shirts.

Man shot with BBs while riding ATV

PWC Police are searching for a suspect wanted in connection with an assault. The victim, a 47-year-old Woodbridge man, reported to police that while he was riding his ATV in a wooded area near the 16000 block of Eagle Feather Drive in Woodbridge, he was shot at several times with a BB gun. During the encounter, the victim was struck twice to the right arm. The victim was eventually able to flee the area with minor injuries reported. The suspect is described as a 40-45-year-old white man, 5 feet 10 inches tall, 190-200 pounds with short brown hair.

Woman allegedly kicks officer

Masue Harris Natee, 36, of Woodbridge, was arrested on July 14 in connection with allegedly assaulting an officer. PWC police officers arrived at a home in the 4600 block of Hamilton Drive in Woodbridge at 9:56 p.m. on July 13 to investigate a reported hit and run crash. When the officers arrived, they made contact with a woman who exhibited signs of intoxication and attempted to place her under arrest. While at the Gar-Field Police Station, Natee allegedly kicked one of the officers in the lower body. She was eventually secured without further incident. There were no injuries reported to the officers. Natee was charged with assault and battery on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest, driving under the influence, and refusal. She is being held without bond until her Aug. 17 court date.

Woodbridge man arrested for jumping meter box

Jason Anthony McClain, 40, of Woodbridge, was arrested on July 14 in connection with a meter box that had been jumped. Prince William County Fire Marshals arrived at the 15200 block of Grist Mill Terrace in Woodbridge at 3:02 p.m. on July 13 regarding an electrical hazard complaint in which a meter box had been jumped. Upon further assessment, it was discovered that the meter circuit had been jumped by using two 4-gauge copper wires with welds holding it in place. This created a very dangerous situation with the potential of risk to nearby occupants. Further investigation revealed the suspect, McClain.

On Thursday, July 14, Fire Marshals apprehended McClain at his residence and he was placed under arrest. McClain was charged with one count of obstructing or injuring canal, railroad, power line, etc. (a Class 4 Felony) and one count of violation of the Virginia Fire Prevention Code (a Class 1 Misdemeanor). He was released on a $3,500 unsecured bond. McClain’s court date is set for July 21.

Manassas women assaulted with knife

At approximately 9:10 p.m. on July 14, Manassas City Police arrived at the 9400 block of Taney Road, Manassas for a report of an aggravated assault. Upon arrival, the officers observed a woman with lacerations to her arm. The reporting party told officers that prior to their arrival, the victim was walking with a second victim, another woman, in the area of Wellington Road and Grant Avenue when they saw a group of individuals. As the two passed, some subjects from the group allegedly approached and struck the two victims, assaulting one with a knife. The victims were taken to an area hospital and sustained non-life-threatening injuries. This is an ongoing investigation.

Phone scammer claims to be with the police

On July 12, Manassas City Police met with a resident on the 8600 block of Nagle Street in Manassas for a report of a suspicious phone call. The resident, a 72-year-old Manassas woman, told the officers that she received a phone call from an unknown man who claimed to be collecting money on behalf of the Manassas City Police Department. He allegedly told her that her donation would be retrieved in person by a uniformed officer of the department. She recognized the call as a scam and did not provide any personal or financial information before contacting the police.

Phone scammer pretends to be IRS

On July 13, Manassas City Police met with a resident on the 8600 block of Mahogany Court in Manassas for a report of a suspicious phone call. The resident, a 36-year-old Manassas woman, told the officers that she had received a phone call from an unknown man who claimed to represent the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The caller told the citizen that she owed a large amount of money to the IRS. The caller offered the citizen an opportunity to settle her alleged debt for an undisclosed amount of money and said if she did not within the next few days, she would be arrested. The citizen recognized the call as a scam and contacted the police.

2016 Toyota stolen from dealership

On July 11, Manassas City Police responded to Miller Toyota, at 8566 Sudley Road, Manassas, for a report of a stolen automobile. The reporting party told the officers that someone stole a 2016 Toyota Rav4 XLE from the dealership’s lot sometime between 12:35 p.m. on June 29 and 3:30 p.m. on July 11. The vehicle was valued at over $28,000.

**UPDATES**
Strong Armed Robbery *CORRECTION – Upon further investigation on July 12, detectives with the Robbery Unit determined that the accused involved in a robbery in the 7200 block of Sudley Rd on July 11 provided a false name and identification during the course of the investigation. The accused originally provided the false name of Anthony Deandre Griffith which was released on July 12. Additional charges are pending. The investigation continues.
Arrested on July 12:
Ryan Thomas WALKER, 19, of No Fixed Address Charged with robbery
Court Date: October 19, 2016| Bond: Held WITHOUT Bond
Strong Armed Robbery

[Previously Released on July 12] – On July 11 at 9:24PM, officers responded to the 7200 block of Sudley Rd in Manassas (20109) to investigate a robbery. The victim, a 53 year old woman of Haymarket, reported to police that she was standing outside her vehicle getting gas when she was approached by an unknown man. During the encounter, the man removed jewelry and a wallet from the victim before fleeing the area on foot. A police K-9 was used to search for the suspect who was located a short time later in a vehicle parked in the 10600 block of Automotive Dr and detained without incident. No injuries were reported. Following the investigation, the accused was arrested.

15-year-old allegedly sexually assaults toddler

A 15-year-old Woodbridge male juvenile was arrested on July 9 in connection with a sexual assault after a family member found several pictures while proactively searching the cell phone of the accused. On July 8, PWC detectives from the Special Victims Unit responded to investigate a sexual assault reported to have occurred at a home in Woodbridge. The investigation revealed that the victim, a 3-year-old Woodbridge girl, was allegedly sexually assaulted by the accused, identified as a family member. The 15-year-old was charged with one count of forcible sodomy, two counts of aggravated sexual battery, and one count of possession of child pornography. He is being held at the Juvenile Detention Center until his pending court date.

Woodbridge man arrested for sexual assault

Francisco Javier Loza Lozano, 18, of Woodbridge, was arrested on July 11 in connection with a sexual assault. On July 11 at 5:35 a.m., PWC detectives from the Special Victims Unit responded to investigate a sexual assault reported to have occurred at a home in Woodbridge. The investigation revealed that the victim, an 11-year-old boy, was allegedly sexually assaulted by Loza Lozano, identified as a family member, earlier that morning. The victim disclosed the assault to another family member who contacted police. Loza Lozano was charged with aggravated sexual battery. He is being held without bond until his pending court date.


Francesco J. Loza Lozano

Fireworks damage leads to arrest

Jackelin Esmeralda Rivera, of Woodbridge, was arrested by the Prince William County Fire Marshal’s Office for possession and use of unlawful fireworks on July 7. The arrest was made in relation to an incident that occurred on July 4 where Rivera was allegedly responsible for discharging fireworks that struck two vehicles and a residence. She was released on a $1,000 unsecured bond and is to be arraigned on July 20. The charge is a class 1 misdemeanor and carries a penalty of up to a year in jail and/or up to $2,500 fine. Rivera’s court date is Aug. 25.


Jackelin E. Rivera

Woman robbed outside Potomac Mills

PWC Police are searching for a suspect involved in a robbery on July 9. The victim, a 42-year-old Chesapeake woman, reported to police at 10:18 p.m. that she was walking in a parking lot in the 2700 block of Potomac Mills Road in Woodbridge when she was approached by an older model, silver Dodge Caravan driven by an unknown man. During the encounter, the driver of the van grabbed the victim’s purse from her shoulder then drove away. Officers were unable to locate the suspect, who is described as a 30 to 40-year-old black man with a heavy build.

Guns and jewelry stolen in Nokesville

Two firearms, a gun safe, rifle case, and jewelry were stolen from a Nokesville home between July 3-9. The owner of a home in the 14800 block of Glenkirk Road reported to PWC police when they arrived at 5 p.m. on July 10 that the burglary occurred between 7 a.m. on July 3 and 10 p.m. on July 9. The investigation revealed that entry was made into a detached garage through an unsecured door.

Guitar stolen from church

A bass guitar was reported missing from Ark of Grace Chapel in Woodbridge on July 10. A member of the church reported to PWC police that the burglary occurred between 9 p.m. on July 6 and 8:57 a.m. on July 10. The investigation revealed that entry was made into the church through a shattered glass door.

Group of men wanted for Dumfries attack

Prince William County Police are searching for suspects who approached and attacked a 28-year-old Dumfries man on June 28.

The man was walking in the 18000 block of Fraley Boulevard in Dumfries around 4 a.m. when he was approached by a group of unknown men, who asked for a cigarette and then demanded the whole pack. When the victim refused, he was struck in the back of the head which caused him to fall to the ground, where he was kicked, hit and struck with an unknown object which caused a serious laceration. The suspects eventually left taking the victim’s cell phone. After the altercation, the victim walked to his residence and later went to a hospital before contacting the police. The victim was not able to provide any suspect information. The investigation continues.

Two arrested in animal cruelty case

Raul De Jesus Manzano-Andrades, 22, of Woodbridge, and Karina Iveth Guardado-Orellana, 19, of Woodbridge, were arrested on July 4 in connection with an animal cruelty complaint. A caller reported to PWC Police on June 28, that two dogs had been left unattended for more than 24 hours by two family members at an apartment in the 16700 block of Blackjack Oak Lane in Woodbridge. Upon checking the apartment, the officers found one of the dogs, a 2-year-old lab mix entangled in its leash and deceased. Another dog, an 8-month-old golden retriever, was found tied up in a bathroom. Neither dog had access to food or water. Animal Control Officers responded and took possession of the golden retriever. The deceased dog was transported to a state lab for a necropsy and further examination. Following the investigation, officers obtained warrants for the arrest of both Manzano-Andrades and Guardado-Orellana on July 3. On July 4, they turned themselves into police without incident at the Gar-Field Station in Woodbridge. Both were charged with two counts of felony animal cruelty. Their court date is Aug. 17 and they are being held on $20,000 secured bonds.

Dumfries man arrested for rape

Roger Melvin Sesso Lassiter, 26, of Dumfries, was arrested on July 4 for rape. Prince William County Special Victims Unit detectives arrived at a home in the 2900 block of Myrtlewood Drive in Dumfries at 5:15 a.m. on July 4 to investigate. The victim, a 35-year-old Woodbridge woman, reported that she was visiting an acquaintance. During the encounter, Lassiter allegedly took her to a closet where he sexually assaulted her. The victim later went to a local hospital, which is where the police were contacted. Lassiter was charged with rape following his arrest. His court date is Sept. 2 and he is being held without bond.


Roger M. S. Lassiter

Elderly man assaulted for wallet

A 79-year-old Manassas man was assaulted and robbed while walking in the 8200 block of Shoppers Square in Manassas on July 5. The victim reported to PWC Police that he was walking in the e area when he was approached from behind by three unknown men. During the encounter, one of the men placed his arm around the victim’s neck while the other men held his hands down and rummaged through his pockets. At some point, the victim was repeatedly punched in the face, breaking several bones. The suspects took the victim’s wallet before fleeing the area. After the altercation, the victim walked to his residence before eventually contacting police. The victim was taken to a local hospital for treatment. The victim was not able to provide any suspect information. The investigation continues.

New York woman sought by police

Marshay Connor, 23, of Rochester, N.Y., is wanted in connection with a July 4 assault. The victim, a 25-year-old New York man, reported to PWC Police that he and Connor, a family member, were allegedly involved in an argument which escalated in the 1200 block of Annapolis Way in Woodbridge. During the encounter, Connor allegedly retrieved a knife, then stabbed and bit the victim on his hand. The parties eventually separated and Connor allegedly left the area in a black Honda Civic. There were minor injuries reported. Following the investigation, officers obtained a warrant for Connor’s arrest. She is described as a 5-foot-4-inch tall, 150-pound white woman with black hair and brown eyes. Connor is wanted for malicious wounding.

Man wanted for shooting arrested

Kevin Brown, 31, of Woodbridge, was located and arrested without incident in Woodbridge on July 8. Brown was wanted in connection with a shooting investigation that occurred at his home in the 12200 block of Aztec Place in Woodbridge on June 30. Following the investigation, PWC Police detectives with the Violent Crimes Bureau obtained an additional warrant for the accused for attempted murder. Brown was charged with one count of attempted murder, one count of attempted malicious wounding, one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and two counts of the use of a firearm in commission of a felony. His court date is pending and he is being held without bond.

Woodbridge man arrested for strangulation

Luis Enrique Veyan, 28, of Woodbridge, was arrested on July 7 in connection with a domestic assault. A 36-year-old Woodbridge woman reported to PWC police that she was lying in bed in a home in the 11900 block of Home Guard Drive in Woodbridge when Veyan, an acquaintance, allegedly entered the room and began to strangle her. She contacted police and minor injuries were reported. Following the investigation, the accused was arrested and charged with strangulation and domestic assault and battery. Veyan is being held without bond until his court date.

Woodbridge man assaulted, robbed, by five men

Prince William County Police are looking for five black men who are wanted in connection with an armed robbery on July 4. The victim, a 34-year-old Woodbridge man, reported to PWC police at 12:21 a.m. that he was walking in the 1300 block of Bayside Avenue in Woodbridge when he was approached by five black men wearing black masks and dark clothing. During the encounter, one of the men brandished a handgun and demanded money. At some point, the suspect struck the victim on the head with the handgun, which knocked the victim to the ground. The men continued to assault him, then took his cell phone and wallet before fleeing the area in an unknown vehicle. There were minor injuries reported. The investigation continues.


Manassas man robbed at gunpoint while walking

A 29-year-old Manassas man reported to PWC police at 5:48 p.m. that he was walking in the area of Shallow Creek Loop and Democracy Lane in Manassas when he was approached by a blue vehicle on July 3. During the encounter, an unknown man got out of the vehicle. He brandished a handgun and demanded money. The suspect rummaged through the victim’s pockets and took an undisclosed amount of money before fleeing the area in the blue vehicle. The suspect is described as a black man, between 30-35-year-old, between 6 feet and 6 feet 2 inches tall, with a thin build and cornrows. He was last seen wearing a white shirt. No injuries were reported. The investigation continues.

Fredericksburg man arrested for assault

Jonathon William Higgins, 28, Fredericksburg, turned himself into PWC Police at the Gar-Field Station in Woodbridge on July 5. Higgins was wanted by police for a July 4 assault that occurred at a home in the 15300 Waters Edge Court in Montclair. The victim, a 28-year-old Dumfries man, reported to PWC police that he and Higgins, an acquaintance, were allegedly involved in an argument which escalated on July 3 around 9:50 p.m. During the encounter, Higgins allegedly brandished a handgun and a struggle ensued. Higgins allegedly struck the victim on the head with the handgun, causing a severe laceration. The parties eventually separated and the victim went to a local hospital for treatment. Upon release from the hospital, he returned home and contacted police. Higgins was charged with malicious wounding and brandishing a firearm. His court date is July 8 and he is being held without bond.

PlayStation 4 stolen during sale

Michael Eugene Hawkins III, 18, of Woodbridge, is wanted in connection with a July 4 robbery that occurred in the 16800 block of Toms River Loop in Dumfries. The victim, a 17-year-old Dumfries boy, reported to PWC police that he allegedly met an acquaintance, Hawkins, in the area to sell a PlayStation 4. During the encounter, Hawkins allegedly grabbed the PlayStation 4 from the victim then fled the area in a green sedan. No injuries were reported. Following the investigation, officers obtained a warrant for Hawkins’ arrest. Hawkins is described as a black man, 5 feet 11 inches tall, 160-pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. He is wanted for robbery.

Strangulation causes victim to pass out

Edgar Ismael Vazquez Lemus, 30, of Woodbridge, was arrested in connection with an assault that occurred earlier on July 5. The victim, a 45-year-old Woodbridge woman, reported to PWC police that she was asleep in a bed in a home on Aurora Drive in Woodbridge when Lemus, an acquaintance, allegedly entered the room and began to strangle her. At some point she lost consciousness. When the victim awoke, she contacted police. Lemus allegedly left the area in the victim’s vehicle before officers arrived at the residence. The victim was taken to a local hospital with serious, non-life threatening injuries. Following the investigation, officers obtained warrants for Lemus’ arrest. He is charged with strangulation, malicious wounding, and grand larceny. Lemus is being held without bond until his pending court date.

Group of men wanted for Dumfries attack

Prince William County Police are searching for suspects who approached and attacked a 28-year-old Dumfries man on June 28.

The man was walking in the 18000 block of Fraley Boulevard in Dumfries around 4 a.m. when he was approached by a group of unknown men, who asked for a cigarette and then demanded the whole pack. When the victim refused, he was struck in the back of the head which caused him to fall to the ground, where he was kicked, hit and struck with an unknown object which caused a serious laceration. The suspects eventually left taking the victim’s cell phone. After the altercation, the victim walked to his residence and later went to a hospital before contacting the police. The victim was not able to provide any suspect information. The investigation continues.

Two family members arrested in sexual assault

Edwin Jovany Torres-Diaz, 27, of Woodbridge, and Yoni William Torres-Diaz, 26, of Woodbridge, were arrested on June 29 in connection with a sexual assault. PWC detectives from the Special Victims Unit arrived at a home in Woodbridge on June 24 to investigate a sexual assault reported to have occurred in 2006. The investigation revealed that the victim, a then 5-year-old Woodbridge girl, was allegedly sexually assaulted by two family members on more than one occasion. The victim recently disclosed the assaults and the police were contacted. Following the investigation, Torres-Diaz and Torres-Diaz, were arrested on June 29.

Torres-Diaz was charged with aggravated sexual battery and forcible sodomy. Torres-Diaz was charged with two counts of aggravated sexual battery. They are being held without bond until their pending court dates.

17-year-old arrested for burglary

A 17-year-old male Woodbridge juvenile was arrested on June 28 in connection with a March 31 burglary at an apartment in the 1900 block of Briar Rose Lane in Woodbridge. Prince William County Property Crimes Unit detectives identified the suspect on June 28 and obtained a warrant for his arrest. The accused turned himself into police without incident at the Gar-Field Station in Woodbridge later that afternoon. The 17-year-old was charged with burglary. He’s being held at a Juvenile Detention facility until his pending court date.

Two men wanted for robbery

PWC Police are searching for two men between the ages of 20 and 25 who allegedly punched a victima 17-year-old Springfield boy in the face, knocking him to the ground in a June 30 robbery. The victim reported to police at 10:11 p.m. that he was walking near the intersection of Hillendale Drive and Prince William Parkway when he was approached by two unknown men. During the encounter, the men punched the victim in the face, knocking him to the ground.

They then took his boots. After a brief struggle, the victim was able to flee the area on foot.

The officers could not locate the suspects who are described as being 5 feet 8 inches tall, 190-pounds with black hair and brown eyes and as a 5-foot-9-inch tall, 160-pound white man with black hair and brown eyes.

Three teens detained after reckless shooting

Three 16-year-old male juveniles were released into the custody of their parents pending charges related to reckless handling of a firearm. On June 29, PWC Police arrived at the 2400 block of Chinkapin Oak Lane in Woodbridge to investigate a shots fired call. Upon arrival, officers heard gunshots and found three male suspects who immediately fled on foot.

When the officer issued commands to the suspects, two of the three complied and were detained without incident. A police K9 and helicopter assistance from Fairfax County Police were used to search the area for the remaining suspect, who was not located. This individual turned himself into police that evening. The firearm was also located. No property damage or injuries were reported.

Teen allegedly sexually assaults younger family member

A 16-year-old Manassas male was arrested in connection with a May sexual assault on June 29. The victim, a 5-year-old Woodbridge girl, disclosed the alleged assault to a family member. The family member then contacted the police. PWC detectives from the Special Victims Unit arrived at the home in Woodbridge were the assault allegedly occurred to investigate on June 3. The investigation revealed that the victim was allegedly sexually assaulted by a family member. The 16-year-old was arrested following the investigation. He is charged with one count of rape, two counts of object sexual penetration and two counts of forcible sodomy. He is being held at a Juvenile Detention Center until his pending court date.

Woman sexually assaulted in apartment
A 20-year-old Triangle woman was sleeping inside her residence when she was sexually assaulted by an unknown man. The suspect is believed to have entered the victim’s residence through an unsecured door, according to Prince William County Police who went to the apartment on Kilmer Lane in Triangle on June 22 to investigate the sexual assault report. After the assault, the suspect left the apartment. The victim reported the incident to a family member the next day and police were contacted. The victim was transported to an area hospital for treatment. The suspect is described as a man with a medium complexion between five feet and 5 foot 2-inches tall. He has a thin build, long black curly hair, and an unshaven face. He was last seen wearing a black shirt and black pants.The investigation continues.

Woodbridge man arrested for robbery
Michael Vashon Campbell, 21, of Woodbridge, was arrested on June 22 in connection with a robbery. The victim, a 21-year-old Lorton man, reported that he was standing outside his vehicle in the area when he was approached by an unknown man, later identified as Campbell, allegedly asking for money. When the victim refused, an argument between the victim and Campbell allegedly ensued according to PWC Police who investigated the robbery on Old Bridge Road in Woodbridge on June 22. At some point, he allegedly took the victim’s wallet from his vehicle. When the victim attempted to stop Campbell from taking his wallet, Campbell allegedly assaulted the victim then fled the area on foot with an undisclosed amount of money. Responding officers located the suspect a short time later in the 12900 block of Occoquan Road and detained him without incident. Minor injuries were reported. Campbell was charged with robbery and destruction of property. His court date is Sept. 27 and is being held without bond.

Suspects sought in Exxon robbery
PWC Police are looking for two suspects in a June 22 robbery at an Exxon on Jefferson Davis Highway, Dumfries. An employee reported that he was approached by two 18-30-year-old black men while he was outside the store. During the encounter, one of the men brandished a handgun, then forced him back into the store and demanded money. At some point, one of the suspects struck another employee, a 37-year-old Triangle man, on the head with the handgun, cutting him severely. The suspect then discharged two rounds into a nearby wall. The pair took an undisclosed amount of money before fleeing the area in an unknown vehicle. The victim was taken to a local hospital for treatment of his injuries. No other injuries or property damage were reported. Both suspects are 5 feet 11-inches tall, 175 pounds with a thin build. The investigation continues.

17-year-old arrested for burglary
A 17-year-old male juvenile from Triangle was arrested on June 21 in connection with a burglary. PWC Police arrived at a home in the 18400 block of Kerill Road in Triangle at 6:03 p.m. on June 21 to investigate a burglary in progress. The homeowner reported that he was preparing to leave his house when he found that his vehicle, which was parked inside his attached garage, had been entered and ransacked. At the same time, the victim observed an unknown juvenile, later identified as the accused, allegedly walking away from his house. During the investigation, officers learned that a second garage in the same neighborhood had been entered as well, allegedly by the same suspect. A short time later, responding officers located and detained the accused without incident. The 17-year-old was charged with two counts of burglary and one count of grand larceny. He is being held at the Juvenile Detention Center until his pending court date.

Woman wanted on firearm charges turns herself in
Lori Lee Cunningham, 53, of Woodbridge, who was wanted in connection to a malicious wounding at a home located in the 12800 block of Half Moon Lane in Woodbridge on May 9 turned herself into PWC Police on June 20 at the Gar-Field Station in Woodbridge. She has been charged with malicious wounding and reckless handling of a firearm. Cunningham is being held without bond.

Bicycles stolen from open garages in Montclair
Six bicycles were stolen from homes in Montclair on June 20. PWC Police arrived at a home in the 4700 block of Hopkins Drive in Montclair on June 20 to inve
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