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Topic - fairfax county police
The son of a Fairfax County police officer has been charged with taking his father's police cruiser on a joyride.
Fairfax County police on Tuesday identified two people killed in Monday's murder-suicide — revealing that a 36-year-old man fatally shot his mother-in-law and then himself.
The body of a 64-year-old man who has been missing since Oct. 24 was discovered Sunday afternoon by someone walking near a creek in the Mount Vernon area.
A man was struck and killed by a garbage truck as he crossed the street in the Belle Haven area early Thursday morning, Fairfax County police said.
After removing a device that steals ATM card information from a cash machine in the lobby of the Inova Fairfax Hospital Cardiac Care Center, police believe victims don't know they've been robbed.
A therapy pony that was stabbed in April was attacked again over the weekend, Fairfax County police said.
A 17-year-old Herndon area boy was arrested on Saturday in connection with seven animals stabbed at Kidwell Barn over the past two months.
A wanted sex offender was shot and killed Saturday night after threatening officers with a sword, Fairfax County police said.
One person was killed and another was in stable condition on Wednesday after a man walked into a Northern Virginia barbershop and shot several rounds.
Late-18th-century notions of unreasonable search and seizure are clashing with the capabilities of 21st-century surveillance technology as U.S. courts struggle to define a reasonable expectation of legal privacy in the age of global positioning satellites.