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Chief Davis Pleased to Introduce Latest Crime Fighting Resource: K9 Browser

Browser is a certified electronic detection canine and is trained to find electronic media storage and other digital devices such as hard drives, USB drives and cell phones. He finds these items by detecting a distinct chemical found in electronics. Browser can pinpoint where the electronics are and can find devices as small as a microSD card.    Browser was purchased

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New Chief to Use Reform Experience to Build Upon FCPD Accomplishments

This morning Chief Kevin Davis held his first press conference at our Public Safety Headquarters highlighting his first week in Fairfax County. During the busy week, he met with local government officials, Department senior leadership and officers at the Mount Vernon District Station. He discussed his family legacy in policing which led him to become a fourth-generation public servant. The

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Update to Stabbing at Grace Covenant Church

Sully Police District – While Detectives from our Major Crimes Bureau continue to investigate potential motives for the brazen stabbing incident that took place this past weekend at Grace Covenant Church, there is no evidence or indication that victims were targeted based on race, sexual orientation or religious affiliation. The defendant in this incident was a member of the church

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Charges Filed in Grace Covenant Church Stabbing as Detectives Continue Investigation

Sully Police District – A man is facing charges after two people were stabbed inside of a Chantilly church yesterday afternoon. Officers responded around 3 p.m. to Grace Covenant Church located at 4600 Brookfield Corporate Drive for a reported stabbing. When officers arrived, Chance Harrison, 32, of South Riding, was being restrained by several members of the congregation including Fairfax

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FCPD Officer Charged with Assault against Community Member

On Saturday, June 6, at the direction of the Fairfax County Office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney, Police Officer First Class (PFC) Tyler Timberlake, was charged with three counts of misdemeanor assault and battery. Timberlake has been an officer for eight years and assigned to the Mount Vernon District Station. Officers responded to a call for service around 1:30 p.m. Friday afternoon

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