Man Charged in Tuesday’s Pursuit from Tysons Corner
McLean Police District – Brandon Forrest, 30, of Washington D.C., was arrested and charged in Tuesday’s pursuit from Tysons Corner that ended on I-395 and Washington Boulevard. After the officers concluded their investigation, Forrest was taken to the adult detention center where he was charged with possession of stolen property with the intent to sell and two counts of grand larceny.
Previous Release (12/6/16):
Around 11:40 a.m. today (Tuesday, December 6), the Tysons Urban Team (TUT) team was investigating a larceny case at a department store in Tysons Corner Center. The suspects fled in a car. Officers located it nearby and attempted a traffic stop, but the driver did not stop and a pursuit was initiated. The pursuit traveled out of Fairfax County. Virginia State Police and Arlington County Police assisted us.The pursuit ended along I-395 and Washington Street. Initial information determined three people were taken into custody.
No Further Details (NFD) at this time. The incident remains active as officers and supervisors work arduously to conclude their investigation and determine and place charges. More information will be released once available.
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