Monthly Archives: September 2022

County IT Employee Arrested for Embezzlement  

Fair Oaks Police District – Kevin Jefferson, 43, of Maryland, has been arrested for embezzling more than 150 Wi-Fi routers.   FCPD Detectives were notified on Sept. 13 after employees of Fairfax County’s Department of Information and Technology (DIT) discovered 178 Mist Wi-Fi Access point routers were unaccounted for and a company in Massachusetts was in possession of 112 of the

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FCPD Releases Video of Local Commercial ATM Burglary Suspects

Fairfax, VA – Fairfax County Police Department (FCPD) detectives have been investigating several commercial ATM burglaries occurring in Fairfax County and surrounding jurisdictions. FCPD is asking community members to help identify these suspects.   On July 19 at 4:06 a.m., two men arrived in a white Ford van and forced entry into the Exxon gas station located at 5211 Ox

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Son Charged with Murder of Father

Franconia Police District – Last night, a 36-year-old local man was arrested for murdering his own father. Yesterday, at 2:37 p.m. officers responded to a home in the 5500 block of Justis Place for a death investigation. Talat Hassanein, 82, was found unconscious at the bottom of the basement stairs. Fire and rescue personnel arrived and pronounced Talat deceased at

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Body Identified as Teen Who Went Missing in 1975

It’s been 21 years since Fairfax County police officers found the remains of a female near a drainage ditch in McLean. Fairfax County Cold Case Detectives have now identified those remains as that of Patricia Agnes Gildawie, also known as “Choubi”. Cold Case detectives tracked down a possible relative of Gildawie with the help of partners at Othram Inc., which

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Commercial Robbery Prevention Tips

Our Crime Prevention Officers recently conducted numerous site assessments at stores to enhance Crime Prevention through Environmental Design. There are several steps that you can take to enhance security at your business to deter and prevent robberies from occurring. Remember, your employees’ safety and the safety of your customers matter most. Property can be replaced, lives cannot.  Before a robbery

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