Government Center Now Closed Today, June 5, Due to Power Outage
The Fairfax County Government Center, 12000 Government Center Parkway, Fairfax, has closed as of 3 p.m. this afternoon, Wednesday, June 5, due to an extended power outage.
It is anticipated that the facility will reopen tomorrow, Thursday, June 6. If the situation changes, information will be posted here on the blog and announced via CEAN, the Community Emergency Alert Network.
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Around 7:41 a.m., a Fairfax County police officer attempted to stop a pickup truck for traffic charges near Route 50 and Fairview Park. The vehicle fled and officers pursued assisted by Virginia State Police. On the Fairfax County Parkway over interstate 95, one of the officers initiated the “precision immobilization technique” and the vehicle was […]
This report is published every weekday, except county holidays. The information in each report covers significant criminal incidents generally from the day before; reports published on Monday cover the preceding Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Some incidents may appear a day or two after the occurrence. The report contains selected crimes, including animal-related incidents and property […]
Crash Reconstruction Unit detectives are investigating a fatal crash that occurred around 5:53 p.m. on Sunday, March 29, near the intersection of Lee Chapel Road and the Fairfax County Parkway. An investigation determined that a 2004 Honda Accord, being operated by 19-year-old Dilbar Noory, was traveling south on Lee Chapel Road, just south of the […]
Our warmest congratulations to Captain Graham H. McGowan, the Fairfax County Police Department’s latest graduate of the FBI’s prestigious National Academy, which has just completed its 259th session. Last week he joined the ranks of 12 other previous graduates on our department who are active police commanders, including our Chief, Colonel Edwin C. Roessler, Jr. […]
Originally posted on Fairfax County Crime Solvers Newsroom:
Sully Shred Event Did you know you can help protect yourself from identity theft by shredding old bills and junk mail as well as old documents you no longer need? Identity theft is a growing crime and we all must do our part to prevent falling victim!…