Friday, May 24, 2013
A gunman entered the Dumfries CVS and demanded medications on Thursday, according to Prince William County Police.
Prince William County Police on Friday released footage from the robbery at the Dumfries CVS. See more photos here. Original post: An unusually large number of robberies on Thursday—two of which targeted adult video stores—have Manassas City and Prince William County police investigating if the incidents may be connected. Four robberies took place Thursday, police said. Police are unsure yet if the robberies are connected. The first incident was around at 2:45 a.m. at the MVC located on Breeden Avenue in Manassas. An employee reported to Manassas City Police that an unknown man entered the business, pulled out a gun and demanded money. An altercation ensued between the suspect and the employee, police said. The suspect fled the store, …
Alphonso Page, of Fort Washington, Md., is wanted for robbery and abduction in Prince William County.
Prince William County Police are searching for a man who is a suspect in Woodbridge. Alphonso Page, of Fort Washington, Md., is wanted for robbery and abduction in Prince William County. Police responded on May 7 at 7:52 a.m. to the report of the robbery, which took place on Lodge Trail and Old Kings Road in Woodbridge the night before, around 10:30 p.m. The 27-year-old male victim said that he had made arrangements to sell the shoes via social media to an acquaintance, and brought a friend to the meeting spot. The acquaintance arrived with an unknown man, and an altercation ensued. The men stole a backpack, an undisclosed amount of cash, two cell phones and a pair of shoes before fleeing, said police spokesman Officer Jonathan Perok. On…
The latest crime headlines on Patch.
Every day, Patch covers area crime and fire. Below is a collection of today's headlines. See more coverage and share your comments at each post. Dissenting Judge: 'Doubtful' Justin Wolfe Will Receive a Fair Trial. Prince William County prosecutors culminated a pattern of "continued misconduct" by threatening Owen Merton Barber IV—the triggerman in the 2001 murder of Daniel Petrole Jr.—after Barber testified that a former death row inmate was not involved in the crime, a federal judge wrote in an opinion issued Wednesday. Police Investigate Series of Robberies in Prince William, Manassas. An unusually large number of robberies on Thursday—two of which targeted adult video stores—have Manassas City and Prince William County police …
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Prince William County Police found suspect at his Manassas residence.
Prince William County Police charged a Manassas area man who ignored emergency equipment and took off on foot after striking an unoccupied vehicle, police spokesman Officer Jonathan Perok said. Rozier Daunte Danley, 36, of Caspian Place, is charged with driving under the influence (third offense in 10 years), eluding, driving on a revoked license, hit and run, resisting arrest and unreasonable refusal. A Prince William County police officer tried to pull Danley over on Saturday at midnight, while Danley was driving near the Prince William County Parkway and Hastings Drive. "The driver, later identified as the accused, ignored the officer’s emergency equipment and continued to Caspian Place where the suspect struck an unoccupied vehicle…
Friday, May 17, 2013
Prince William County Police said that Christopher Blakeney, of Triangle, nearly ran over two officers who tried to arrest him, and hit an occupied car.
The suspect in a February assault case led police on a wild car chase Friday morning, nearly hitting two police officers and crashing into an occupied vehicle, Prince William County Police said. Christopher Blakeney, 29, of Bellau Woods Drive in Triangle, is now wanted on multiple charges, including attempted malicious wounding of a law enforcement officer, according to police. Prince William County officers and members of the U.S. Marshals’ Fugitive Task Force were trying to serve warrants on Blakeney at 8:35 a.m., when they saw him getting into a car. At that point, Blakeney had to stop behind other cars which were waiting to exit an apartment complex onto Fuller Heights Road. As officers approached his car and ordered him to surrender…
A collection of the most recently published mugshots on Prince William County Patch websites.
The mugshots and information in this article were provided by the Prince William County and the Manassas City police departments. Where arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction. For more on the stories referenced in the photo gallery, see: Fugitive of the Week: Manassas Contractor Sought Police: Woman Grabs Shotgun in Argument Dale City Man Charged With Brandishing Firearm During Domestic Dispute Drug Investigation Ends With Richmond Man's Arrest Police: Burglary Call Leads to Charge of Manufacturing Marijuana Two Men Injured in Dale City Stabbing Man Charged With Rape at Homeless Camp
Thursday, May 16, 2013
$4,300 worth of property reported missing.
A Manassas area homeowner recently reported stolen $4,300 worth of electronics. Prince William County Police responded at 12:30 p.m. Monday to the 10600 block of Provincial Drive. The homeowner reported to police that the burglary occurred between 8:50 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. that day. The homeowner reported that a TV, two laptops, two gaming consoles, two cameras, and other property were missing.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Training is open to all faith-based organizations.
The Prince William County Police Department’s Crime Prevention Unit will host a security seminar for faith-based organizations on May 30. Police will provide information on how to create a safer house of worship at the free seminar, which will take place from 9 a.m.-noon at the Western District Station, 8900 Freedom Center Blvd., Manassas. Topics will include crime prevention, how to plan for critical incidents, the Department’s “Worship Watch” program, and an overview of a successful security plan, according to police. Training is open to all faith-based organizations, but the department requests that anyone interested RSVP. Click here for information on how to register.
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Charges include two counts of brandishing, according to Prince William County Police.
A Manassas area woman faces charges after she brought a shotgun out during an argument, according to Prince William County Police. Nicole Angelica Zia, 22, of Ridgeway Drive, is charged with two counts of brandishing a firearm. The 30-year-old male victim, a Manassas resident, reported that he and Zia were arguing when she retrieved a shotgun, police spokesman Officer Jonathan Perok said. Zia did not fire any shots and no one was injured. The victim and another person were able to disarm her, Perok said. Police responded to the incident at 4:20 a.m. and after an investigation, officers arrested Zia. She is held on a $2,500 secured bond and her court date is set for June 19. The information in this article was provided by the Prince …
The most recent crime headlines on Patch.
Every day, Patch covers crime and fire in the Manassas and Manassas Park area. Below is a collection of today's headlines. See more coverage and share your comments at each post. Police: Gun Pointed at Chipotle Employees. Employees of a Manassas-area Chipotle faced a gunman early in the morning Saturday, according to Officer Jonathan Perok, a Prince William County Police spokesperson. Vehicle Vandalized in Manassas Park. A vehicle was vandalized on Kirby Street during the overnight hours May 8, according to the Manassas Park Police Department. Police: Woman Grabs Shotgun in Argument. A Manassas area woman faces charges after she brought a shotgun out during an argument, according to Prince William County Police. Volunteers Raising Funds …