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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Man arrested for impersonating FBI agent, assaulting massage parlor worker

Fairfax County Police arrested a man for impersonating an FBI agent, a news bulletin from the Mason Police District reports. In May, police began receiving reports from employees of local massage parlors that a customer had on more than one occasion displayed what he claimed were law enforcement credentials from the FBI. One employee alleged that he sexually assaulted her on June 24.

Using leads and information provided by the victims, investigators were able to identify a suspect and determined he was not employed with the FBI. On June 25, police arrested Kedrick Evans, 48, of 7317 Ardglass Drive in Lorton, and charged him with abduction, sexual battery, and two counts of impersonating a law enforcement officer.

“We’re declining to identify where the massage parlors were because they didn’t commit any crimes,” said Bud Walker, a spokesperson for the Fairfax County Police Department.

Investigators believe there may potentially be more victims and urge anyone with information to contact Crime Solvers, 866/411-TIPS/8477, text “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES/274637, or call the Fairfax County Police, 703/691-2131.

1 comment:

  1. He will get off with no punishment because he has friend in the police dept.
    One PG detective had a folder almost 2 inches thick of him writing bad checks and defrauding many many people, however just before the case went to the district attorney for processing, the detective was fired and the entire folder magically disappeared. If you inquire about that case publically many people can post more details, like the name of the detective and other details (copies of bad checks, etc.)