Category Archives: Illegal Drugs

Media Alert: Joint Press Conference with Federal Partners to Discuss Lorton Man Sentenced for Distributing Fentanyl Causing Death 

West Springfield Police District – Chief Kevin Davis, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia Jessica D. Aber, and Washington Field Office Assistant Special Agent in Charge Timothy Thibault with the Federal Bureau of Investigations will hold a press conference to discuss the sentencing of Julian Velasquez, 36, of Lorton. The press conference will be live streamed on our

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Join Us for a Discussion on Regional Law Enforcement Efforts to Curb Heroin/Opioid Abuse and Save Lives

Join us tomorrow, Thursday, June 15, at 10 a.m. to hear from a panel of representatives from local law enforcement and community services agencies on a regional effort conducted today (Wednesday, June 14) aimed at reducing the growing heroin/opiate epidemic. Officers and detectives conducted a variety of enforcement and education actions, with the support of local Community Services Boards and

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Traffic Stop Leads to Drugs and Guns

Mount Vernon Police District – On Thursday, October 20, at approximately 4 p.m., Neighborhood Patrol Unit officers conducted a traffic stop in the 6000 block of Richmond Highway for a traffic violation. There were four people in the car, the driver and three passengers. During their investigation, they determined the driver, Claude Marshall, 29, of Maryland, provided false identification to

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Update: Additional Arrest Made in Connection with Teen Drug-Related Death in Centreville

After a lengthy investigation, detectives from the Major Crimes Division and Organized Crime Narcotics Division have made an additional arrest in the March 1 death of 17-year-old Alexia Springer, a resident of Centreville. An investigation determined that David Evers, 18, of Centreville, who was arrested on May 19 and pled guilty on Monday, September 12, in connection with this case

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“Nephew” – Alleged Heroin Dealer Arrested

The Organized Crime Narcotics Division (OCN) has been conducting a long term investigation into the distribution of heroin in Fairfax County.  Based on evidence obtained during the investigation a suspect was identified as “Nephew” who was allegedly selling heroin in several areas of Fairfax County. As the investigation progressed “Nephew” was identified as Clarence Dickerson, a 39-year-old, black male, of

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