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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Juvenile arrested for DWI, hit and run

A Fairfax County police officer attempted to stop the driver of a vehicle for suspected driving while intoxicated on March 22 at about 2 a.m. on Leesburg Pike near Nevius Street in the Culmore area.

The driver gave chase, struck several parked vehicles, then attempted to flee on foot. When police captured the suspect, he turned out to be a 14-year-old. He was charged with DWI, speed to elude, no driver’s license, and seven counts of hit and run.

On March 21, the Fairfax County Police Department reported a robbery in the 3400 block of S. Jefferson Street at Leesburg Pike Plaza. Two men entered a store at about 4 a.m. and displayed a knife to an employee. The suspects took property and fled. There were no injuries. One suspect was described as black, 40-50 years old, and about 6 feet to 6 feet 2 inches tall. The other was described as black with a heavy build.

9 comments:

  1. And the county just wants to pack more of this ilk in Bailey's and 7 Corners. SMH.

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  2. Not the county, the supervisor of Mason who hates her constituents, One Cent.

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    1. Oh please, that remark is way over the top. PG may be disengaged at times, but hate is a strong word that unfairly represents her emotions.

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    2. I fully agree with the polite response of "3/24/15, 1:50 PM."

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  3. Thank you FFX police.

    Return the pieces of crap to sender. I hear they have spectacular accommodations for this kind of crap in Syria.

    And please keep them and their kind out of Mason.

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    1. Someone should return you.

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    2. Not a whole lot of variation to your theme, is there?

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  4. Hope this kid & his parent/guardian get some counseling. He was DWI not DUI in addition to driving out of control w/o a license.

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