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Police reports: 1-28

- Burglary While Armed *ADDITIONAL ARREST – On February 23rd, detectives from the Robbery Unit made an additional arrest into the burglary which was reported in the

Police reports: 1-28

**UPDATES**

Burglary While Armed *ADDITIONAL ARREST – On February 23rd, detectives from the Robbery Unit made an additional arrest into the burglary which was reported in the 7500 block of Margate Ct in Manassas on February 20th. The investigation revealed that the accused, EDDINS, was the driver of the suspect vehicle when officers apprehended the suspects during a traffic stop in the area of Dumfries Rd and Purcell Rd following the incident. Following the investigation, the accused was arrested. This arrest was previously held for investigative purposes.
Arrested on February 23rd:
Quinetia Monet EDDINS, 18, of Woodbridge
Charged with burglary, conspiracy to commit a felony, and possession of a stolen firearm
Court date set for April 17, 2013, held WITHOUT bond

Burglary While Armed (Previously Released) – On February 20th at 10:39PM, police responded to the 7500 block of Margate Ct in Manassas (20109) for a burglary in progress. Homeowner reported to police that a group of 7 or 8 masked suspects forcibly entered the residence and stole several items including several laptops, 2 gaming consoles, an iPad, and multiple pairs of shoes. One of the men was reportedly armed with a handgun. Three of the men fled the residence and got into a vehicle while the remaining suspects fled on foot. A description of the vehicle was provided to responding officers. Officers located the vehicle traveling in the area of Dumfries Rd and Purcell Rd and conducted a traffic stop. The three occupants were subsequently detained and arrested. Detectives from the Robbery Unit are still working to identify the other suspects involved. This incident does not appear to be random.



**INCIDENTS**

Attempted Malicious Wounding |Domestic Related – On February 27th at 8:32PM, police responded to the 7800 block of Gregory Ct in Manassas (20109) for a domestic. The victim, a 25 year old man of Manassas, reported to police that he and the accused, a known family member, were involved in a verbal altercation which escalated. During the encounter, the accused allegedly retrieved a machete and swung it towards the victim multiple times. The victim was able to avoid being struck and called police. The accused fled the area prior to police arrival. Minor injuries were reported. A police K-9 was utilized in the search for the accused. Following the investigation, officers obtained a warrant against the accused.
Wanted:
Walter Nelson ANDRADE, 33, of Manassas
Described as a Hispanic male, 5’9”, 200lbs, medium build, bald with brown eyes
Wanted for attempted malicious wounding

Strong Armed Robbery | Drug Related – On February 27th at 10:53AM, police responded to the 8100 block of Portwood Tn in Manassas (20109) for a robbery. The victim, a 20 year old man of Centreville, reported to police that he was in the area above when two unknown men approached him. One of the men displayed a knife and took an undisclosed amount of U.S. Currency from the victim before fleeing the area. No injuries were reported. A police K-9 was utilized in the search for the suspects. While speaking with the victim, officers discovered marijuana. Further investigation revealed that the victim came to the area above for a drug transaction which led to the robbery. Marijuana, packaging material, and other evidence were found on the victim, now the accused. Following the investigation the accused was arrested.
Lookout:
2 black males, both reported to be between 20 & 30 years of age, 6’0”-6’1”, 180lbs, with medium builds and black hair
1 male was last seen wearing a red & white hooded sweatshirt while the other was wearing all dark clothing

Arrested on February 27th:
Cuong HUYNH, 20, of Centreville
Charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana
Court date set for April 8, 2013, held on a $2,000 secured bond

Residential Burglary – On February 27th at 12:17PM, police responded to the 12000 block of Skipjack Ct in Woodbridge (22192) for a burglary. Homeowner reported to police that the burglary occurred between 8:00PM on February 26th and 9:00AM on February 27th. Entry appeared to have been made through a rear basement window which had been broken out. Jewelry, an iPad, gaming console, and other property, valued around $5,400, were reported missing.

Attempted Residential Burglary – On February 27th at 6:46PM, police responded to the 3400 block of Trendil Ct in Woodbridge (22192) for a burglary in progress. Homeowner reported to police that he heard a noise coming from outside. Upon checking out the noise, the homeowner discovered an unknown man in the backyard. Once discovered, the man fled the area. No entry was made into the residence and no property was reported missing. No description of the suspect was provided to police.


**ARRESTS**

Threats to Kill | Threats to Burn – On February 23rd, detectives from the Intelligence Unit began an investigation into threats made via text message to a victim residing in the 15100 Georgia Rd in Woodbridge (22191) The victim, a 49 year old woman of Woodbridge, reported to police that she received multiple text messages between February 22nd and February 26th from the accused, a known acquaintance, threatening to harm her and burn her house down. No actions were taken by the accused. Following the investigation, the accused was arrested.
Arrested on February 28th:
Manuel Antonio PALMA AVELAR, 35, of no fixed address
Charged with 3 counts of threats to burn and 2 counts of threats to kill
Court date set for March 19, 2013, held WITHOUT bond

Threats to Bomb – On January 5th at 11:05AM, police responded to Triangle Fried Chicken located at 18069 Triangle Shopping Plz in Dumfries (22026) for a bomb threat. Employees reported to police that an unknown male had called the establishment and reported a bomb was in the building. The building was evacuated and a Virginia State Police bomb dog was called to conduct a search which resulted in no explosive device being found. Detectives from the Intelligence Unit were able to develop a suspect. Following the investigation, petitions were obtained against the accused, a juvenile.
Charged on February 27th: (Juvenile)
A 16 year old male of Woodbridge
Charged with threats to bomb
Court date and status information unavailable

Unlawful Entry – On February 27th at 9:23PM, police responded to the 12900 block of Luca Station Way in Woodbridge (22192) for a burglary in progress. Homeowner reported to police that he was asleep when he heard his dogs barking. Upon checking the front door, he observed an unknown man standing on his porch. When the homeowner opened the door, the man pushed his way inside. The homeowner was able to get the man outside and call police. Officers arrived and identified the man as the accused. The accused was intoxicated and was subsequently arrested.
Arrested on February 27th:
Carols Alfredo MONTES-CACERES, 22, of Woodbridge
Charged with unlawful entry and intoxication in public
Court date unavailable, released on a $2,000 unsecured bond

Narcotics Investigation – On February 27th, detectives from the Street Crimes Unit concluded a narcotics investigation into the possession of marijuana with the execution of a search warrant at 4400 Worchester Dr #11 in Woodbridge (22193). As a result of the search, marijuana, paraphernalia, packing material, and other items were recovered. The following arrest was also made without incident.
Arrested on February 27th:
Brian Alexis MARTINEZ, 20, of Woodbridge
Charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana
Court date set for April 12, 2013, held on a $1,000 secured bond
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