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Media Alert: Chief Davis to Announce Two Suspects in Custody Following Yesterday’s Double Homicide in Springfield

West Springfield Police District – This evening, Chief of Police Kevin Davis will announce two suspects are in custody following yesterday’s double homicide in Springfield.    WHERE:  Public Safety Headquarters  12099 Government Center Parkway  Press Room: 2nd Floor  Fairfax, Virginia 22035  WHEN:  Thursday, May 27, at 6:00 p.m.  PARKING:  Please DO NOT park in the fire lanes. Parking is available

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Media Alert: Chief Kevin Davis to Provide Update on This Morning’s Double Homicide

West Springfield Police District – This evening, 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 suspect information related to the Flint Street homicide investigation in Springfield.    WHERE:  Public Safety Headquarters  12099 Government Center Parkway  Press Room: 2nd Floor  Fairfax, Virginia 22035  WHEN:  Wednesday,

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MEDIA ALERT: Update to Early Morning Shooting in Mount Vernon

Join Colonel Edwin C. Roessler Jr., Fairfax County Police Chief and Major Ed O’Carroll, Commander of the Major Crimes Bureau, as they update the community on the investigation into this morning’s multi-victim shooting in Mount Vernon. WHERE: Public Safety Headquarters 12099 Government Center Parkway Press Room: 2nd Floor Fairfax, Virginia 22035 WHEN: Tuesday, July 7, at 8:15 am PARKING: Please

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Over Half of Deer Crashes Occur Oct. – Dec.

Fall is breeding season for deer and you can expect to see more of them on our roads. Please be aware that deer are unpredictable and crashes with them are a safety concern. There are hundreds of reportable accidents involving deer in the county and more than half of our annual crashes occur during the months of October, November and December. Deer are

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Fairfax County Police Department Investigating Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office Inmate Death

Detectives are investigating the in-custody death of 18-year-old inmate Sha-Kez Amir Green. Green was taken from the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center (ADC) to the hospital for medical attention on Monday, July 8 after being found unresponsive in his cell around 10:30 p.m. We were notified by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner that he died late last night. He

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