Three Arrested in Vehicle Vandalisms
Fairfax County Police Department
Public Information Office
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News Release: 13/046/LHC/(1)
February 15, 2013
UPDATE: Three Arrested in Vehicle Vandalisms
After receiving an anonymous tip from the Crime Solvers line, officers and detectives followed up with the information and charged three men in connection with vandalisms that occurred in the Centreville area last month.
David L. Stribling, 24 and Glen D. Edwards, Jr. 23 of Centreville and Tracy A. Carmichael, 21 of Manassas were arrested within recent weeks and face numerous felony and misdemeanor property destruction and larceny charges relating to the incidents. So far, a total of 19 charges have been placed in the case. The men were incarcerated in the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center. Detectives continue to investigate and additional arrests may be pending.
Captain Ed O’Carroll, Commander of the Sully Police District, praised all involved with the investigation, “Many times these sorts of cases go unsolved, unfortunately. But thanks to the help from the public and media, our detectives received valuable information and were able to put pieces of information together linking these suspects to the crimes; they did an outstanding job.”
David L. Stribling Tracy A. Carmichael Glen D. Edwards
Dozens of Vehicles Vandalized (Jan. 11)
Sully Police District – Police are investigating reports of over 40 cases of property destruction and larcenies that took place in the early hours of Thursday, January 10.
Suspects smashed passenger side windows of 44 vehicles parked in the Centreville area between 1 and 5 a.m. Thieves rummaged through the glove boxes and stole an assortment of items; GPS units, iPods, sunglasses and loose change.
Areas targeted were: Bent Tree Circle, Little Rocky Run, Summer Tree Road, Glade Spring Drive and Cider Barrel Circle.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Solvers by phone at 1-866-411-TIPS/8477, e-mail at www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES/274637 or call Fairfax County Police at 703-691-2131.