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Thursday, August 10, 2017

Drug and assault arrests in Lincolnia

A traffic stop in Lincolnia on Aug. 9 led to a drug and assault arrests, the Fairfax County Police Department reports.

When an officer stopped a car for an equipment violation at about 12:50 a.m. near Lincolnia Road and Gloucester Road, the occupants got out and ran off.


The officer caught Deybi Cruz Saravia, a 22-year-old Alexandria resident, who put up a fight while being taken into custody.

A second suspect, Edwin Solarzano Saravia, 25, then circled back to the scene and aggressively approached the officers. He fought with them as they took him into custody. The third suspect was not located.

Cruz Saravia was charged with possession of cocaine, obstruction of justice, and assault on a law enforcement officer. Solarzano Saravia was charged with assault on a law enforcement officer.

4 comments:

  1. No surprise there, the entire intersection looks like the South Bronx.

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    1. When was the last time you were in the South Bronx?!

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  2. Two people in a car driving through a dense area are stopped in the early morning. How is this like the South Bronx? There is a church on one corner, apartment building on the other, boys and girls club at the back of the mall, and single family homes. The streets are paved, the lights work, a planning study is working on improving the area, the mall is busy, the residents are just like the rest of us . . . no burned out buildings, vast vacant lots, abandoned cars. This kind of hyperbole does nothing to advance any discussion.

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    1. Take a spin during the day or at rush hour, its like a third world ghetto, trash everywhere. Happy to hear about the planning study, hope it works out. All those 7 Corner and Baileys Crossroad studies have yet to amount to anything substantive. And yet all the surrounding areas seem to be getting facelifts except Mason.

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