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Monday, October 31, 2016

Weekend crime report: indecent exposure, assault, drugs

The Fairfax County Police Department’s weekend crime report includes several incidents in the Annandale area.

There was an indecent exposure incident at George Mason Regional Library at around 3:52 p.m. on Oct. 29. A 56-year-old woman was in the library when she saw a man looking at her and touching himself inappropriately.


Despite an extensive police search, the suspect got away. He was described as black, between 20 and 25 years old, about 5 feet 8 inches tall, and 160 pounds. He was wearing a white T-shirt, blue jeans, and a dark-colored ball cap.

McKenzie
Also on Oct. 29, there was an assault at a massage parlor on the 6900 block of Little River Turnpike. A customer made sexual advances toward a 47-year-old massage therapist at about 5 p.m.

When she refused, he grabbed her on the buttocks and breast. When she again refused, he got up, dressed, and started to leave. When the victim confronted him about paying, he assaulted her and drove off. The victim did not require medical attention. The investigation is ongoing.

A 16-year-old boy out walking on Heritage Drive and Rectory Lane in Annandale at about 3 a.m. on Oct. 30 was robbed at knife point. Two men approached him and displayed a knife. The boy tried to run away but the suspects caught up to him, assaulted him, and took his phone and money.

Bartlett
Both suspects were described as black, about 30 years old, around 5 feet 9 inches tall, with shoulder-length dreadlocks, and wearing all black. The victim was treated for minor injuries. Officers contacted the boy’s mother and returned him to his home in Maryland. There was a one to two-hour delay in reporting the incident.

A routine traffic stop on Annandale Road by Arlington Boulevard at about 11:33 p.m. on Oct. 30 resulted in drug and firearm charges. The officer found the driver of a 1999 Honda Accord, Kelly L. McKenzie, 25, and passenger, William D. Barlett, 32, both of Vienna, allegedly in possession of drugs and a gun. Both were arrested and transported to jail.

McKenzie was charged with possession of a schedule I or II drug, possession of a gun with a schedule I or II drug, and two counts of possession with the intent to distribute a schedule I or II drug.

Bartlett was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of a firearm by a nonviolent felon, and two counts each of possession with the intent to distribute a schedule I or II drug and possession of a gun with a schedule I or II drug.

4 comments:

  1. This place just keeps getting worse. I guess County leadership expects the meal tax to solve all of this.

    What a disastrous dump. For sure Mason has become the County dumping ground for all of this garbage. Soon Mason will be called a landfill and require us all to where hazmat suits. These unfortunates are probably buying advance tickets and queuing up for entry into the soon to come Penny Palace Social Services Headquarters at Baileys Crossroads.

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    1. Feckin Christ. There is crime ALL OVER Fairfax County. Read the daily blotters sometime.

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    2. 9:48: just stop, okay? Stop. STOP. STOP!

      You and the other gripers on this site have nothing new or helpful to add, so either do something about the stuff that bothers you so much or shut up.

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    3. Exactly Fairfax is going to the dogs thanks to misdeeds of the current administration and Connolly and crew for not bringing in Metro 40 years ago, because the general populace voted against it. What the heck did the population know about urbanization 40 years ago. Connolly and crew just wanted to secure their jobs instead of doing the right thing. And now we are left with the spoils of politicians that have caused the sputtering economic decline of Fairfax.

      While Tysons and Falls Church that are served by metro thrive other older middle class parts of the County spirals into decline, Mason being the worst.

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