Late in January, two teenagers from Alexandria were in Prince William County when they decided to steal a car. The vehicle, a Honda Accord, was sitting in a driveway and the teenagers were able to enter the car, start it, and drive it away before the car’s owner could do anything to try and deter them.
Police with the Fairfax County Police Department are working to tie together all the loose ends of a bizarre series of accidents and assaults that took place throughout Centreville and Herndon a little over a week ago on Wednesday. It began in the Evening, when a man who has since been identified as the 28-year-old Vinson, a resident of Adelphi, Maryland, knocked on the door of a home located in Centreville, along the 6100 block of Early Autumn Drive. The residents of the home say that they do not know the man in question and have no explanation for his subsequent actions.
On Monday, close to 6:30 in the evening, Virginia State Police responded to reports of a crash in the westbound lanes of I-495. The reports indicated that the accident was a hit-and-run and that the vehicle that had caused the crash, a black sedan, had fled the scene after causing the collision. Emergency response teams arrived quickly at the location of the accident, but in the meantime reports were coming in that a second accident, involving the same car, had taken place further down I-495.
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