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Topic - Alexandria Police
The slaying last month of an Alexandria woman who was shot when she opened her front door appears to be linked to two other unsolved killings in the city, police said Thursday, leaving residents fearful and wondering if an unknown killer has been striking their community for years.
Police have linked a burglary at an animal hospital to a North Dakota couple who died after a sheriff's deputy was shot in western Minnesota.
Police in Alexandria, Va., say they think a serial killer may to blame for at least three previous unsolved murders in their community, and that the suspect may in fact be targeting the Washington, D.C., region.
Alexandria police said Thursday that the fatal shooting of a music teacher last month and the killing last year of a regional planning official "appear to be linked" to the decade-old unsolved slaying of the wife of the city's former sheriff.
Police restricted access to streets in a residential neighborhood to search for evidence in a shooting that left a music teacher dead and nearby residents rattled.
A woman was shot and killed in her home Thursday and another woman was injured after a man knocked on the door and fired a gun at them.
Authorities say an Alexandria convenience store has had its alcohol and tobacco permits suspended after a November operation by state agents found more than 560 packages of synthetic marijuana being sold at the store.
A teacher at Pineville High School has been arrested for allegedly having sex with a student.
Alexandria police on Tuesday were investigating the fatal shooting of a longtime planner with the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.
The D.C. area's increasingly high-end neighborhoods do not provide a haven from gang violence, police department officials say.
The fatal shooting of a 22-year-old Alexandria man by an off-duty Arlington County sheriff's deputy has been ruled a homicide, but prosecutors have not determined whether criminal charges will be filed in the case, authorities said Thursday.
An off-duty Arlington County sheriff's deputy fatally shot an Alexandria man early Wednesday morning.
A grand jury will consider evidence next month in the case of a taxicab driver charged with shooting an Alexandria police officer in the head, after nearly a dozen witnesses testified in an Alexandria courtroom Wednesday, weaving together the narrative of the violent encounter and the ensuing high-speed chase.
Alexandria Police Officer Peter Laboy was doing the job he loves when he was viciously shot in the head ("Hundreds turn out to raise funds for wounded Va. officer," Web, March 10). The horror of what transpired has affected many. Officer Laboy, a respected and well-known cop in the community, has prompted a desire for many to help in some way. This was evidenced by the approximately 2,000 people who appeared for the fundraiser at a restaurant in Old Town Alexandria recently. I was pleased to be part of that crowd. The common bond that brought together friends, colleagues and those not personally acquainted with Officer Laboy was heartwarming. It brought home the fact that people do still care about law enforcement officers.
Relatives, friends, and a few hundred unofficial family members turned out in Old Town Alexandria on Sunday to support a police officer critically injured in the line of duty.