Officers responding to a hit-and-run crash in Chantilly on Monday, October 1st, eventually wound up arresting a young person who was not in possession of a valid driver’s license. According to the reports from the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office, the incident was first reported sometime around 9:00 at night. A collision between at least two cars along Tall Cedars Parkway and Elk Lick Road resulted in one of the drivers attempting to flee from the incident and dissolve back into obscurity.
On Sunday, September 16th, a 28-year-old was driving a 1997 Mercedes along Lee Chapel Road, close to Onion Patch Drive, when something happened to cause them to lose control of their car. According to police officers speaking on behalf of the Fairfax County Police Department, it was close to 9:30 in the evening when this and the following events took place.
Shortly before 10:00 in the morning, on Wednesday, September 12th, an officer on duty with the Arlington County Police Department was patrolling the area of 900 Army Navy Drive when they saw a car with windows that they believed to be illegally tinted. The officer then activated their emergency lights and initiated a routine traffic stop on the vehicle. At this time, the officer had also run the plates of the car and was aware that the person who was listed as the car’s owner had a warrant out for their arrest due to felony probation violation.
A fatal crash in Prince William County that happened towards the end of July has resulted in charges being handed to the driver of a car that the investigating authorities believe to be the vehicle responsible for the death. Official reports from Prince William County Police described the initial incident a little over a month ago, when it happened. In the early reports, we learned that it was on the 24th of July when a 2018 Subaru Forester and a 2009 Chevrolet Malibu collided with one another at the intersection between Estate Manor Drive and Rollins Ford Road in the Prince William County town of Bristow.
A helter-skelter car chase through Fairfax County has resulted in two individuals facing many charges while authorities deliberate on handing the duo even additional charges in relation to the incident. It began under somewhat murky circumstances, but we do know that whatever altercation emerged between the two individuals and the police department resulted in a high-speed chase on Tuesday, August 28th.
On the night of Monday, August 20th, a 28-year-old Burkeville resident was driving their 2014 Ford Fiesta down the southern lanes of Midtown Avenue in Farmville when they lost control of their vehicle and collided with a transformer. According to the official report from the Farmville Police Department, the drunk driver accident took place at close to 9:30 in the evening after the 28-year-old left an unspecified location after consuming what is believed to be an irresponsible amount of alcohol.
On Saturday, July 28th, police working for the Virginia State Police within the city of Springfield rushed to an area close to the Fairfax County Parkway in response to reports of a collision between several vehicles. The police were joined by emergency response crews from other departments such as EMTs and paramedics. It is not clear if the caller to the authorities was aware that there were injuries at the scene of the crash or not, but the presence of the emergency medical teams was sadly necessary.
Police working within the city of Chantilly became involved in a high-speed chase down Braddock Road as well as Riding Center Drive after a car allegedly struck at least one other car that was traveling in the same area. Official reports from the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office indicate that the suspect, a 30-year-old from Marshall, was behind the wheel of an car that was not described in the initial reports when they began to drive down either Braddock Road or Riding Center Drive. At the same time, another vehicle was either driving through or parked in a nearby location.
On Saturday, July 21st, a 54-year-old sterling woman and a 58-year-old sterling man were traveling to Dulles Airport sometime before 7:30 in the morning when the pair became embroiled in an argument. An investigation from the Loudoun County Police Department indicates that the two were siblings, and that the 58-year-old brother was driving his 54-year-old sister to the airport where he was going to drop her off for a flight.
Police with the Manassas Police Department recently responded to reports of a hit-and-run crash involving a pedestrian. The response from the authorities as well as the subsequent investigation found that the event took place sometime before 2:10 in the morning, when an unnamed person was walking close to the intersection of Dumfries Road and Winterset Drive.
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