An investigation into a hit-and-run accident that occurred in Fairfax this past April is finally reaching its concluding stages after Fairfax County Police charged the person believed to have instigated the incident with murder. When the crash first occurred, the initial reports detailed how Ascencio, a 75-year-old Fairfax resident was on foot by Rugby Road, close to where it intersects with U.S. 50, when she tried to cross the street.
Last Friday, a high-profile court case ended in a mistrial after jurors for the Fairfax County Circuit Court were unable to achieve consensus on a verdict after over six hours deliberation. The case in question is one familiar to many Fairfax County residents and concerns the sentencing of the 20-year-old Bonds who, it is known, fatally stabbed the 35-year-old Johns during a wedding held at a park in Chantilly.
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