Category Archives: Financial Crime

Centreville Man Charged with Identity Theft and Credit Card Crimes

Sully District Station – 37-year-old Robert Tindall, of Centreville, is facing felony charges of Identity Theft, Credit Card Theft and five counts of Credit Card Forgery.  The initial credit card fraud report was filed in April of 2019, however the criminal activity occurred in mid to late 2018, and detectives exhausted all investigative leads at the time. Detectives from the

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Former FCPS Employee Charged with Financial Crimes

McLean Police District – 29-year-old Adebisi Ogun, of New York, is facing felony charges of embezzlement, forgery and uttering. A 2018 investigation determined Ogun had misappropriated credit card funds and forged the principal’s signature on checks for her personal use over a period of one year while Ogun worked as an Administrative Assistant at Westbriar Elementary School, located at 1741

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Man Arrested for Scamming Teens in Financial Scheme

An 18 year-old man from Bowie, Md. is in custody after enticing several county teens via social media involving a money scam. Yahya Koroma was arrested around 11 a.m., Aug. 20 and charged with three counts of obtaining money by false pretenses. He was taken to the Adult Detention Center and held without bond. Detectives from our Major Crimes Bureau,

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Detectives Seeking Additional Victims in Contractor Fraud Case

Detectives from our Major Crimes Bureau are seeking potential additional victims after Stephen Ashford, 38, of Broad Run in Fauquier County, was arrested on July 22. Ashford was charged with three counts of felony embezzlement, three counts of contracting without a license and was taken to the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center where he posted bond. He was then transferred

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Officers Ask for Public’s Help Identifying Fraud Suspect

McLean Police District – Officers are asking for the public’s help identifying a man suspected of stealing a credit card and making fraudulent purchases at Tysons Corner Center earlier this month.   Officers are asking anyone who recognizes the suspect, or has any information about the crimes, to contact Master Police Officer Mergler at the McLean District Police Station at

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