Two women, ages 19 and 20, were shot outside 7555 Davian Drive shortly after 5 p.m., Dec. 6. They were transported to the hospital says Fairfax County Police spokesperson Megan Hawkins, and are in stable condition with non-life threatening injuries.
The incident occurred less than a block from Annandale High School.
According to the FCPD, the shooting stemmed from an altercation outside the residence among people who knew one another. During the incident, a juvenile female was hurt and was treated in the hospital for minor injuries. According to the Annandale High School A-Blast, that victim is enrolled at Annandale High school. Another woman suffered a medical emergency and was treated for a non-life threatening condition.
Detectives have been talking to subjects inside the house, and have collected the firearm used in the incident. They do not believe there is a threat to public safety.
AHS Principal Tim Thomas made the following statement to students, as reported by the A-Blast: “I have yet to receive confirmation about any of the individuals involved and their potential connection to AHS. Nonetheless, I wanted you to be aware in the event that you hear chatter from students. Please remind students that their safety and security remains a top priority for all of us and that the incident is not school-related.”