Provided by Occoquan District Supervisor Ruth Anderson
Recently, some pamphlets from KKK-affiliated individuals or groups were left at homes in certain areas of our county. Our Prince William County Police investigators are doing everything possible to find those responsible for these egregious acts. I personally condemn these horrible, divisive activities and I stand with our local NAACP members in their strong condemnation of them. If you receive a pamphlet or know something that can help with the investigation, please call the Police Department’s non-emergency line: 703-792-6500.
Starting this Monday, July 16, there will be major construction on 395 near the area of The Pentagon. We will be sharing VDOT’s press release on the matter as soon as it becomes available. Please check our Facebook page for the release of this information.
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