Category Archives: Mason Police District

Can You Identify These Suspects?

Mason Police District – Detectives are asking for the public’s help in identifying suspects responsible for breaking into a vacant home on property owned by Fairfax County Park Authority. There have been five reported incidents at John C. and Margaret K. White Gardens, a 13-acre park in the Falls Church area of Fairfax County since last October. In each case,

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Senior Living Apartments Hit by Gunfire; No Injuries Reported

Mason Police District – Detectives are investigating three cases in which apartments in a retirement community were hit by gunfire. No injuries have been reported, and detectives are actively working to determine whether these incidents in the Falls Church area of Fairfax County are related. Over the last few weeks, our officers have responded to a number of calls for

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Detectives Asking for Public’s Help in Identifying Bank Robbery Suspect

Mason District Station – Detectives from our Major Crimes Bureau are investigating an attempted commercial robbery at Capital One Bank, located at 3499 South Jefferson Street. Just before 2 yesterday afternoon, a man entered the bank and passed a note to the teller announcing a robbery and implied he had a weapon. The man became anxious and left the building

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Crash Reconstruction Detectives Release Photos of Car Parts Left at Scene of Hit-and-Run that Injured Mom and Daughter

Mason Police District – Detectives investigating the hit-and-run that left a Falls Church woman and her 12-year-old daughter injured have released photos of car parts found at the scene of the crash. The photos show a side view mirror from the passenger side of a Mercedes sedan and the lower front grille. After consultation with representatives from Mercedes, it was

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Detectives Searching for Driver and Car Involved in Hit-and-Run That Left a Mother and Daughter Injured

Mason Police District – A Falls Church mother and her 12-year-old daughter were injured Saturday night after being hit by a car as they crossed Columbia Pike near Tyler Street around 10. The car, believed to be a dark blue newer model Mercedes, did not stop or return to the scene. Our Crash Reconstruction Unit is investigating the accident and

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Body Worn Camera Pilot Program Launching Monday, February 19; News Conference Tomorrow (Friday)

Our department will begin training and the rollout of our body worn camera pilot program next week. Ahead of the launch, we will be hosting a news conference tomorrow morning at our Public Safety Headquarters at 11. Chief Edwin C. Roessler Jr. will be joined by Major Christian Quinn and Captain Chantel Cochrane to discuss the pilot and answer questions.

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Judge Finds Parade Arrest Suspect Guilty of Disorderly Conduct

This afternoon the man who disrupted a community parade in October in Annandale was found guilty of disorderly conduct and fined $500 in the Fairfax County General District Court. Judge Mark Simmons told the courtroom that officers gave Wilfred Michael Stark III “a lot of breaks” and that he went from “being a reporter to an actor.” Stark was found

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