Category Archives: Media Advisory

Media Alert: Chief Davis to Release Surveillance Footage from Early Morning Shooting 

McLean Police District – Chief Kevin Davis will update the community about an ongoing investigation into an early morning shooting in the 2900 block of Annandale Rd in the Falls Church section of Fairfax County. Chief Davis will be releasing surveillance footage from the scene and asking for the community’s help in identifying the suspect. The press conference will be

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MEDIA ALERT: Chief Kevin Davis to Provide an Update into the Officer Involved Shooting Investigation

West Springfield Police District – This afternoon, Chief of Police Kevin Davis will provide the community with an update to the July 19th assault on a law enforcement officer and officer involved shooting by releasing the body-worn camera footage, 911 calls and radio traffic from the incident. The press conference will be recorded, and a video will be posted after

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Media Alert: FCPD Investigation Leads to Indictment of a Former Officer

This morning, Chief of Police Kevin Davis and Mr. Steve Descano, Fairfax County Commonwealth’s Attorney, will discuss the indictment of a former officer on charges related to an unlawful sexual contact. WHERE:  Public Safety Headquarters  12099 Government Center Parkway  Press Room: 2nd Floor   Fairfax, Virginia 22035  WHEN:  Tuesday, July 20, at 10 a.m.  PARKING:  Please DO NOT park in the

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Media Alert: Chief Kevin Davis Updates Community on Chantilly Homicide Arrests 

Sully Police District – This afternoon, Chief of Police Kevin Davis and Major Ed O’Carroll, Commander of the Major Crimes and Cyber and Forensics Bureaus, will update the community on the arrest of two men related to the May 7 fatal shooting of Brian Constanza Campos. The recording of this press conference will be shared on our platforms shortly after

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Media Alert: Detectives Arrest Woman Posing as Attorney

McLean Police District – Detectives from our Organized Crime and Intelligence Bureau arrested a forty-five-year-old woman who misrepresented herself as an attorney and accepted money for legal services that placed vulnerable members of our community at risk. This afternoon, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Ryan, Deputy Chief of Police for Investigations and Operations Support, and Mr. Steve Descano, Fairfax County Commonwealth’s Attorney,

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