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Additional Charges in Malicious Wounding – House Fire

Provided by Prince William Fire & Rescue On Thursday, July 27th at 4:24 p. m., fire and rescue units were dispatched to a structure fire in a single family home located in the 1300 block of East Longview Drive in Woodbridge. Upon arrival, firefighters encountered police officers on scene attending to a woman suffering from stab wounds while additional officers tended to the …

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Upcoming Body-Worn Camera Deployment: A Message from Chief Barnard

Provided by Supervisor Ruth Anderson’s Office Greetings, The staff of the Prince William County Police Department remain committed to our mission of enhancing the quality of life here in the County by providing effective police services to our community members. We accomplish our mission by building upon our existing relationships, pledge to make new connections and continue our focus of …

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Police Motorcycle Rodeo Coming in September

Provided by Prince William County Police Department The 39th Annual Mid-Atlantic Police Motorcycle Rodeo will be held September 13-16 at Potomac Mills Mall.  Sponsored by the Prince William County Motor Unit, 100-150 motorcycle police officers will be competing in a riding skills rodeo.  This provides training and networking for the officers and fun for the public to watch.  We are …

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New Public Safety Building — Manassas City Police

Provided by City of Manassas On June 27, 2017 at 7:00 p. m., the Manassas City Police Department will be hosting an information meeting regarding plans to build a new public safety building. The meeting will be held at the current police headquarters, 9518 Fairview Ave., Manassas, and will commence at 7:00 p. m. The building project is part of …

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Rep. Comstock Named National Legislator of the Year by MOAA

Provided by Congresswoman Barbara Comstock’s Office Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (R-VA) released the following statement after she was named National Legislator of the Year by the Virginia Council of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA): “I am honored to receive the National Legislator of the Year Award from the Virginia Council of MOAA.  It has been a top priority of …

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Community Honors Local Heroes and all Members of the Armed Forces

Provided by Prince William County In a brief ceremony Tuesday, community members, county staff and county officials gathered at the War Memorial in Freedom Park, near the McCoart Government Center, for a joint commemoration of Armed Forces Day and Memorial Day, which both fall in May. Prince William Chairman Corey A. Stewart spoke at the ceremony and said that Armed …

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Remembering Those from Prince William County Who Gave the Ultimate Sacrifice

Provided by Prince William County Police officers from across the area, as well as their friends, families and colleagues, recently gathered at the Dr. A.J. Ferlazzo Building to remember 17 law enforcement officials who either lived or worked in Prince William County and died during the line of duty. Major Jarad Phelps, of the Prince William County Police Department, said …

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Memorial and Tribute Service Opens National Police Week

Provided by Supervisor Marty Nohe’s Office National Police Week is May 14-20 this year, and National Peace Officers Memorial Day is May 15th. Each May, communities nationwide pay tribute to the thousands of law enforcement officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to their communities. A memorial and tribute service – including a candlelight vigil for fallen law …

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Help Eliminate Auto Theft by Protecting Your Own

Provided by Manassas City Police Department Help eliminate auto theft in and around Manassas – protect your own from being stolen by taking advantage of MCPD’s free VIN etching service Sat., June 10, 2017. The event, sponsored by Manassas City Police Department, Prince William County Police Department, and the Virginia State Police H.E.A.T. Program, is provided as a free service …

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Lomond Drive Threat to Burn Investigation and Arrest

Provided by Prince William Fire & Rescue On April 21st, the Fire Marshal’s Office received a complaint from a member of the Sudley Road/Lomond Drive homeless community indicating that people were vandalizing tents and personal belongings of other members of the homeless community by means of fire. Investigators from the Prince William County Fire Marshal’s Office developed a suspect and …

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