Monthly Archives: July 2018


SULLY DISTRICT STATION LARCENIES: 4900 block of Stonecroft Boulevard, cash from vehicle 4900 block of Stonecroft Boulevard, jewelry from residence STOLEN VEHICLES: None reported MOUNT VERNON DISTRICT STATION LARCENIES: 2400 block of Fairhaven Avenue, cell phone charger from business 8400 block of Frye Road, cell phone from business 5800 block of Frye Road, cell phone from residence 6600 block of

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Update: Man Charged with Unlawful Entry in Connection with Centreville Shooting

Sully District Station – A Chantilly man is facing a charge for unlawful entry.  A preliminary investigation by our Major Crimes Bureau detectives revealed Ethan Redd, 29, of Chantilly, unlawfully entered a residence in the 6300 block of Fairfax National Way in Centreville early yesterday morning. Redd was charged last night and remains in the hospital. Tips can be submitted

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SULLY DISTRICT STATION ROBBERY: 14000 block of Centreville Sq., 7/28/18, 11:08 a.m. An employee of the business stated that a black man entered the business wearing a hat and sunglasses. The employee asked the man to take off his hat and sunglasses. Once he did, the man walked around the counter, took cash from the register, grabbed the employee, and

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Detectives Investigating Early Morning Shooting in Centreville

Detectives from our Major Crimes Bureau are continuing their investigation into a shooting in the 6300 block of Fairfax National Way.  At about 5:00 this morning, we received a call for an attempted burglary after a homeowner saw a man in his backyard.  After confronting the man near the front porch, the homeowner fired several shots, hitting the man twice. 

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Mason District – Homicide and crime scene detectives responded to the 3400 block of Holly Road at 5:00 pm today after a homeowner discovered a body in a wooded area of his backyard.  The Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department responded to the home and pronounced the adult man deceased.  The body was in an advanced stage of decomposition.  Preliminarily, there are no signs of

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