Friday, May 18, 2012
Police in Prince William County have arrested a man suspected of stalking a Woodbridge McDonald's employee and exposing himself to her.
Police in Prince William County have arrested a man suspected of stalking a Woodbridge McDonald's employee and exposing himself to her. Rigoberto Lopez Castro, 34, of 9561 Tudor Oaks Drive, in Manassas, was arrested May 17 just before midnight without incident after police were called to the McDonald's, located at 14591 Jefferson Davis Highway, to investigate a report about a suspicious person. An employee of the establishment—identified as a 57-year-old woman of Woodbridge—told police she encountered Castro, a man she did not know, as she was throwing trash away behind the establishment. She told police a man believed to be Castro exposed himself to her before she went back into the restaurant. According to police, the woman encountered …
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
A Manassas man was charged in the crash, which also injured an Ashburn woman and her daughter.
Three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash on Ashburn Village Boulevard Tuesday morning, resulting in the use of a medevac for a Manassas man and tying up traffic for 30-45 minutes. A 2006 Dodge work van traveling northbound on Ashburn Village near Cheltenham Circle crossed the median and struck a southbound 2008 minivan head on shortly before 9 a.m. April 24, according to a report from the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office. Ashburn Village Boulevard was closed in both directions as the accident was investigated, those involved were cared for and the scene was cleaned. The van’s driver, Eduardo Acosta Guillen, 32, of Manassas, was taken by helicopter to Inova Fairfax Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. An Ashburn woman, 27, …
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman, who hails from Manassas, has been arrested and faces a charge of second-degree murder in the shooting of Trayvon Martin in a Florida neighborhood in late February.
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Parents in nearby Loudoun County are facing criminal misdemeanor charges after their children were repeatedly late to school.
WTOP reported Monday that parents in nearby Loudoun County are facing criminal charges because their children were repeatedly late to school. The couple is expected to go to trial to face the misdemeanor charges next month because their three children, who attend a Loudoun County elementary school, were late 150 times over the last two years, according to the report. The father, identified as Mark Denicore, a lawyer, said most of the tardies were only by a few minutes and the real issue is the public school system is attempting to criminalize the problem. According to school officials in Loudoun County, they are required to report such excessive tardiness and the act is disruptive to other students and teachers. The parents are facing …
Friday, December 2, 2011
The same judge who vacated all charges against Justin Michael Wolfe in July has ordered him back to death row just three months after he was placed in administrative segregation at a state prison.
A judge has ordered Justin Michael Wolfe be returned to death row just three months after he was moved to Sussex II State Prison. Wolfe was removed from death row on Sept. 7, once a murder-for-hire charge against him for the shooting death of Daniel Robert Petrole Jr. in Bristow was vacated in July. Richmond Times Dispatch is reporting that U.S. District Judge Raymond Jackson ordered Wolfe be removed from administrative segregation at the state prison because he found that Department of Corrections officials had violated federal law by not asking his permission before moving him from his cell on death row, and that the reasons given by officials for transferring Wolfe were "inconsistent." The judge said Wolfe received harsher restrictions…
Monday, November 21, 2011
The assault occurred on Winfield Loop near Manassas and involved a Transportation Security Administration employee, according to police. This, and other crime reports, from Prince William County over the weekend.
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Monday, November 21, 2011
TSA Employee Accused of Sexually Assaulting Woman Prince William County Police responded to investigate a report of a sexual assault in the 10500 block of Winfield Loop Sunday at 3:25 a.m. The victim, identified as a 37-year-old woman, reported to police that she and a friend were in the area when they were approached by an unknown man. An investigation identified the accused as 52-year-old Harold Glenn Rodman, of Winfield Loop in Prince William County. At the time of the incident, Rodman, a TSA employee, was wearing a uniform and displayed a badge to the victim. He then sexually assaulted the victim before fleeing on foot, police said. Arriving officers conducted a canvass of the area where the incident allegedly occurred, and located …
Friday, September 23, 2011
The juvenile is charged with burning or destroying personal property greater than $200.
Manassas City fire marshals have arrested a third juvenile for their alleged involvement in starting a brush fire in Manassas in August. Authorities arrested the third juvenile at his home without incident. He is charged with burning or destroying personal property greater than $200 for an incident that happened on August 10 in the Old Town Station townhouse community in Manassas. Firefighters responded to the fire, which involved approximately 3,000 square feet of landscaping in the community. The fire damaged $5,500 worth of large evergreen trees and shrubs that were part of the community's common area used for picnics and barbeques, according to officials. One resident sprayed water from a garden hose onto the side of his townhouse to …