Mount Vernon Police District – On Friday, August 5, police were called for a report of a sexual assault. An investigation determined a 47-year-old woman was in an auto parts store, located at 6960 Braddock Road, on Monday, August 1, around 4 p.m. While in the store, a man approached and offered her a ride to a different auto parts store so that she could obtain the correct part for her vehicle. The woman agreed and the man drove her to 7448 Little River Turnpike where she made her purchase. The man advised he needed to pick up some co-workers and drove to the Brookside Motel, located at 6001 Richmond Highway in the Alexandria area of Fairfax County.
While talking to her, he offered her employment with a cleaning service and explained that she needed to complete a “medical exam” to secure the job. She agreed and the suspect escorted her to a room at the motel. While in the room, the suspect entered and allegedly sexually assaulted her. He then dropped the victim off nearby at her current work location. After speaking to a friend, the victim contacted police to file a report.
After a thorough investigation, Major Crimes Division detectives identified the suspect as Oscar David Ordonez, 48, of Woodbridge. On Wednesday, August 10, around 4:45 a.m. detectives obtained a warrant for rape. Around 7:30 a.m., the Fairfax County Police Department’s Fugitive Squad arrested Ordonez in Woodbridge and transported him to the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center where the rape warrant was served.
Major Crimes detectives believe there are other victims and ask anyone with information or who experienced a similar incident with Ordonez to contact Detective T. Horton at (703) 246-7800.
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