Residents Encouraged to Submit Flooding Damage Reports
In order to qualify for federal disaster assistance, Fairfax County needs to prove that a certain percentage of its residents were impacted by an incident. Last week’s flooding impacted many homes and businesses – and the Office of Emergency Management needs to hear from you.
Contact the Office of Emergency Management by phone at 571-350-1000 or by email to report your damage.
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Reston Police District – After further investigation, detectives from the Crash Reconstruction Unit now have reason to believe that alcohol was not a factor in this crash. The investigation is still active and ongoing. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner will send toxicology results to detectives when they are available. (Release date 072116) Update […]
Fair Oaks Police District – Police responded to a report of an assault that took place around 9:40 p.m. at a Dunkin Donuts, located at 2946 Chain Bridge Road. An investigation determined that a group of teenagers had previously been given donuts that would be discarded at the close of business each day. They […]
Reston Police District – Detectives from the Major Crimes Division, Robbery Squad, received an anonymous tip through Fairfax County Crime Solvers, identifying a possible suspect in the robbery that occurred at the 7-Eleven store on Friday, May 20. With that information and other investigative leads, detectives were able to identify the suspect as John McCaw […]
In Fairfax County, there are currently over 97,000 persons over the age of 60. Eleven percent of Fairfax County residents 60 years old and above have developed symptoms of Dementia or Alzheimer’s. These symptoms typically appear at 60 and the risk increases with age. Because of this, our public safety entities handle many calls involving […]
On Monday, July 25, Kaileigh Jenne Salusky was found in Woodbridge around 1:30 p.m. She is fine and has been reunited with her family. Original Blog Post (07/22/16) – Help Us Locate a Missing Juvenile West Springfield Police District – Detectives are asking for the public’s assistance in locating 16-year-old Kaileigh Jenne Salusky, reported missing around […]