This article was corrected on Nov. 25, 2013. An explanation follows.
Two Herndon teens were arrested and charged Oct. 16 in Loudoun County after allegedly breaking into a series of cars, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Department. A third teen, a juvenile, also was apprehended and turned over to the custody of his parents.
Loudoun County Sheriff’s deputies said they responded to Ashburn Village Boulevard for a report of several subjects entering cars shortly after midnight. Deputies said they located two suspects inside a vehicle and a third suspect on foot. David E. Hernandez-Martinez, 18, and Jhonathan O. Borda-Revilla, 18, both of Herndon, were charged with larceny and possession of burglarious tools. Both teenagers remain held without bond at the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center. A third teenager, whose name was not released because he is a juvenile, was turned over to the custody of his parents, deputies said. Officials said items recovered in the vehicle occupied by the teens included items identified from vehicles in the area of Genuine Reward Court and Angel Wing Way. Also recovered were two BB guns. The Virginia State Police assisted with apprehension of the teens.
An unidentified worker is dead after falling approximately 40 feet from a building rooftop in Herndon on Monday.
The Herndon Police Department said they responded to 950 Herndon Parkway for a man who had fallen off the roof. Police said Fairfax County Fire and Rescue workers responded and transported the man to a nearby hospital, but he did not survive the fall. Police had not released the man’s name as of late Wednesday afternoon, citing that the man’s next of kin had not yet been notified.
Police said a preliminary investigation indicated that the roof worker tripped, lost his footing and fell off the building while making repairs. The Occupational Safety & Health Administration also is investigating, police said.
A Reston woman died Oct. 11 in a single-vehicle accident on Memorial Circle in Arlington.
According to U.S. Park Police, the fatal crash happened shortly before 1:30 a.m.
Police said a vehicle being driven by Katharine Jane Rahim, 36, of Reston, was traveling outbound on Memorial Bridge when she lost control and overturned at Memorial Circle. Police said Rahim was killed in the crash.
Memorial Circle, Memorial Bridge, and exits to the George Washington Memorial Parkway were closed for more than four hours as an investigation into the crash was initiated.
A Centreville woman is dead after her motorized scooter was involved in a traffic accident with a truck on Tuesday.
According to Fairfax County Police, at around 6 p.m., Yumei Wang Barber, 37, was operating a 2012 Gabella moped north on the 7200 block of Clifton Road. Police said she entered a sharp turn and crossed the double-yellow line into the path of a 2010 Ford pickup truck operated by a 26-year-old woman. Police said the moped struck the left rear tire well of the truck. Barber was thrown from her moped and landed in the northbound lanes of Clifton Road; she died at the scene. Police said neither speed nor alcohol appear to be factors in the crash.
Fairfax County Police are investigating a fatal crash that took place on Franconia Road near the on-ramp for I-395/I-95 just before 2 p.m. Oct. 9.
According to police, an adult woman was crossing Franconia Road, not in a crosswalk, when a 2002 Ford pickup truck struck and killed her. The woman was later identified as Juliana Hudson-Nichols, 35, of no fixed address. According to police, speed and alcohol did not appear to be factors on the part of the driver and no charges were reported.
A Reston man who plays football for Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C., has been arrested after allegedly attempting to choke another man with his bare hands, according to North Carolina law enforcement officials.
According to the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office, Sean Price, 20, of Reston, was arrested early Sunday morning and charged with felony assault by strangulation, being “drunk and disruptive,” and resisting arrest.
The sheriff’s office said Price grabbed another 20-year-old man by the throat and attempted to choke him. When deputies attempted to arrest him, they said Price resisted.
In a statement, ASU head football coach Scott Satterfield said Price has been dismissed from the football team.
On Oct. 9, Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department fire investigators charged Ashley Nicole Milstead, 28, of Woodbridge with threatening on Oct. 8 to burn down a house located in the 6100 block of Rolling Road in Springfield. Investigators did not release many details about the alleged threat, except to say that the charge is a Class 5 felony punishable by up to 10 years imprisonment.
Milstead is being held at the Fairfax County Detention Center without bond.
Correction: The original version of this story mistakenly included Katharine Jane Rahim in a brief about an Oct. 9 accident involving a pedestrian. Rahim, who died Oct. 11 in a single-vehicle accident on Memorial Circle in Arlington, had no involvement in the Oct. 9 incident.