Fairfax County Police Department

Fairfax County Police Department IF YOU ARE REPORTING AN EMERGENCY, CALL 9-1-1! Welcome to the official Fairfax County Police Department page. Visit our website at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police.

Did you see the double rainbow 🌈 yesterday evening? Officers in our Mount Vernon District caught it just as they cleared...
07/29/2020

Did you see the double rainbow 🌈 yesterday evening? Officers in our Mount Vernon District caught it just as they cleared a call with Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department and snapped this photo. What a view!
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#fairfaxva #doublerainbow #firstresponders #lawenforcement #fcpd #communitypolicing

A heartfelt thank you to members of the Local Vietnamese Americans who delivered delicious meals and certificates of app...
07/28/2020

A heartfelt thank you to members of the Local Vietnamese Americans who delivered delicious meals and certificates of appreciation to our officers at the Fair Oaks District Station on Saturday. We are grateful for your support!
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#FCPD #FirstResponders #RandomActsofKindness #CommunitySupport #LawEnforcement #FairfaxVa #ThankYou #Generosity

UPDATE: Maria and Eva have been found and are safe. Thanks for sharing.....Have you seen this missing endangered adult a...
07/25/2020

UPDATE: Maria and Eva have been found and are safe. Thanks for sharing.
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Have you seen this missing endangered adult and juvenile? 5-year-old Eva Brooks was believed to be in Fairfax County on 7/24 with her mother, 35-year-old Maria Gonzalez in a black 2018 Acura TL with VA tags UZW2544. Maria is 5’1” tall and 140 pounds with black hair and brown eyes while Eva is 3’ tall and 36 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Maria is considered endangered due to mental and/or physical health concerns. Eva is considered endangered due to her age. Please call 703-691-2131 with information and please “share” to help us spread the word and bring them home safely.

UPDATE: Owen has been found and is safe. Thank you for sharing.....Have you seen this missing endangered man? 21yo Owen ...
07/25/2020

UPDATE: Owen has been found and is safe. Thank you for sharing.
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Have you seen this missing endangered man? 21yo Owen Kimbrell was last seen July 24 at 3 pm in the Burke area of Fairfax County. He is 5’11”, 180 pounds, with blue eyes and blond hair. Last seen wearing a baseball hat with gray or navy blue shorts. He is believed to be driving a blue 2006 Cadillac CTS with Florida registration LKMR40. He is considered endangered due to mental and/or physical health concerns. Please call 703-691-2131 with any information and please share to help us spread the word and bring him home safely.

Sending a warm heartfelt thank you to the owners of John’s Bagel Bakery in Centreville who will be closing shop after de...
07/24/2020

Sending a warm heartfelt thank you to the owners of John’s Bagel Bakery in Centreville who will be closing shop after decades of service and support to the community. Congratulations on your upcoming retirement!
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Our 1990’s Franconia Bike Team couldn’t help but stop and take a photo with the famous Oscar Mayer Wienermobile!.......#...
07/23/2020

Our 1990’s Franconia Bike Team couldn’t help but stop and take a photo with the famous Oscar Mayer Wienermobile!
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#ThrowbackThursday #TBT #FCPDHistory #LawEnforcement #FirstResponders #CommunityPatrol #PoliceOfficer #HotDogs #NomNom

Detectives Asking for Public’s Help after Two Men Injured in Reston Stabbing Reston Police District – Detectives from ou...
07/18/2020

Detectives Asking for Public’s Help after Two Men Injured in Reston Stabbing

Reston Police District – Detectives from our Major Crimes Bureau are asking for the public’s help as they continue to investigate after two men were found with stab wounds yesterday around 3:41 a.m. in the 12200 block of Laurel Glade Court. Both men were taken to a hospital. One of the men sustained injuries that were initially considered life-threatening; his condition was later upgraded. The second man’s injuries were not life threatening.

Detectives have released these images that depict persons of interest. No arrests have been made but detectives are continuing to process evidence and interview witnesses.

Anyone who recognizes the persons of interest or who has any information about the incident is asked to contact our Major Crimes Bureau at 703-246-7800, option 2. Tips can also be submitted anonymously through Crime Solvers by phone – 1-866-411-TIPS (866-411-8477), by text – Type “FCCS” plus tip to 847411, and by web – Click HERE. Download our Mobile tip411 App “Fairfax Co Crime Solvers”. Anonymous tipsters are eligible for cash rewards of $100 to $1,000 dollars if their information leads to an arrest.
For ongoing updates, please read our blog and follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram at @FairfaxCountyPD.

Behind a drunk driver? Need to report a suspicious person? Alarm going off overnight? We’re happy to help, but our socia...
07/18/2020

Behind a drunk driver? Need to report a suspicious person? Alarm going off overnight? We’re happy to help, but our social media accounts are NOT monitored 24/7. If you need us, operators are available at our non-emergency (703-691-2131) and emergency (911) numbers! #FCPD

Together, we can help save lives! We're glad our Marine Patrol Unit and Dive Team partnered with the Jr. Lifeguard Camp ...
07/17/2020

Together, we can help save lives! We're glad our Marine Patrol Unit and Dive Team partnered with the Jr. Lifeguard Camp at Lake Barcroft yesterday to help promote safety on the water. Best wishes as you prepare to become a lifeguard one day!
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#FCPD #CommunityOutreach #SafetyFirst #Lifeguards #FirstResponders #FairfaxVa #Youth #SummerCamp #Summer

Are you a fan of old cars? Put your knowledge to the test and guess what year this Ford Ltd. Cruiser was made!.......#TB...
07/16/2020

Are you a fan of old cars? Put your knowledge to the test and guess what year this Ford Ltd. Cruiser was made!
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#TBT #FCPDHistory #ThrowbackThursday #Police #Cars #LawEnforcement #PoliceOfficer #FairfaxVa

UPDATE: Fasi Hullah has been found and is safe.  Thanks for sharing.  ....Have you seen this missing endangered juvenile...
07/14/2020

UPDATE: Fasi Hullah has been found and is safe. Thanks for sharing.
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Have you seen this missing endangered juvenile? 12-year-old Fasi Hullah was last seen today at 3 p.m. in the 6000 block of Richmond Highway. He is 4’5” tall and weighs 80 pounds with brown eyes and short black hair. He was last seen wearing a dark blue shirt and pants. He is considered endangered due to his age. Please call 703-691-2131 with any information. Please share to help us spread the word and bring him home safely.

The Franconia District Station is launching a program for a Youth Engagement Council. The Council will have two groups: ...
07/14/2020

The Franconia District Station is launching a program for a Youth Engagement Council. The Council will have two groups: Youth (high school students within the Franconia District) and Young Adult (18 to 25). Our engagement Council’s purpose is to create opportunities for further dialogue with youth and young adults in the community with commanders and officers of the Franconia District. We seek to provide a forum for listening, discussion, education, activities, and identify issues and collaborate on solutions on matters impacting the youth and young adults in Fairfax County.
To Register: https://bit.ly/30cGdTd
To watch video: https://bit.ly/3gSfOAG

Who doesn’t love a delicious breakfast? A big thank you to Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh for starting our Fair Oaks District S...
07/14/2020

Who doesn’t love a delicious breakfast? A big thank you to Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh for starting our Fair Oaks District Station officers’ day off on the right foot!
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#FCPD #FirstResponder #Breakfast #CommunitySupport #RandomActsofKindness #LawEnforcement #ThankYou #Community #FairfaxVa

The best gifts come from the ❤️! We are beyond grateful for this family’s handmade donation to our West Springfield Dist...
07/13/2020

The best gifts come from the ❤️! We are beyond grateful for this family’s handmade donation to our West Springfield District Station. We can’t wait to proudly display this on our wall!
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#FCPD #Thankful #Donations #Community #LawEnforcement #PoliceOfficer #FairfaxVa #RandomActsofKindness

UPDATE:  William Prutzman has been found and is safe. Thanks for sharing.  ....Have you seen this missing endangered man...
07/11/2020

UPDATE: William Prutzman has been found and is safe. Thanks for sharing.
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Have you seen this missing endangered man? 87-year-old William Prutzman was last seen on July 8th in the 8600 block of Blackpool Drive in Annandale. He is 5’10”, 210 pounds, with blue eyes, gray hair and likely wearing gray pants and brown shoes. He is possibly driving a 2017 Honda CRV with VA registration VVA-6735 with a Retired US Navy plate cover. He is considered endangered due to mental and/or physical health concerns. Please call 703-691-2131 with any information and please share to help us spread the word and bring him home safely.

Officer Kim Haas had the weekend in her radar in this 1980's #TBT photo!.......#FCPD #FCPDHistory #ThrowbackThursday #La...
07/09/2020

Officer Kim Haas had the weekend in her radar in this 1980's #TBT photo!
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#FCPD #FCPDHistory #ThrowbackThursday #LawEnforcement #FirstResponders #Police #PoliceOfficer #FairfaxVa

Looking to give to a great cause? Yes, it’s that time of year again. Join our Marine Patrol Unit’s 2nd Annual Boaters fo...
07/07/2020

Looking to give to a great cause? Yes, it’s that time of year again. Join our Marine Patrol Unit’s 2nd Annual Boaters for Backpacks drive where we partner with local marinas and Vellum Mortgage to collect monetary donations for backpacks and school supplies to give to local students in need. Last year we received more than 300 generous backpack donations thanks to you! This year, all donations will be accepted online at www.collectforkids.org/boaters.

07/07/2020
Can you help to identify these suspects? Detectives are asking for help identifying the suspects involved in a burglary ...
07/06/2020

Can you help to identify these suspects? Detectives are asking for help identifying the suspects involved in a burglary that occurred at Capital Cigar and Tobacco, 6544 Little River Turnpike in Lincolnia. On Sunday, June 14, around 7:20 p.m., a male suspect broke through the front door, entered the business and stole merchandise while a female driver remained in the car. The suspects drove away in the below pictured gray Honda Accord.

If you recognize these suspects, or if you have any information about this crime, please contact Detective Levan at the Mason District Police Station at 703-333-3544. Tips can be submitted anonymously through Crime Solvers by phone -1-866-411-TIPS (866-411-8477), by text – Type “FCCS” plus tip to 847411, and by web – Click HERE. Download our Mobile tip411 App “Fairfax Co Crime Solvers”. Anonymous tipsters are eligible for cash rewards of $100 to $1000 dollars if their information leads to an arrest.

Happy Fourth of July, Fairfax County! We hope everyone has a fun and safe day of fireworks and barbecue 🎇.......#FCPD #P...
07/04/2020

Happy Fourth of July, Fairfax County! We hope everyone has a fun and safe day of fireworks and barbecue 🎇
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#FCPD #Police #PoliceOfficer #LawEnforcement #FirstResponders #Community #CommunityPolicing #FourthOfJuly #IndependenceDay #America #Fireworks

Teamwork is the key! K9 Officer Tom Daines helped his partner get up and over an obstacle in this 1970’s #TBT photo! ......
07/02/2020

Teamwork is the key! K9 Officer Tom Daines helped his partner get up and over an obstacle in this 1970’s #TBT photo!
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#FCPD #FCPDHistory #ThrowbackThursday #LawEnforcement #FirstResponders #PoliceK9 #Police #PoliceOfficer #FairfaxVa

#InsideFCPD: For the month of July we’re highlighting the work of the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT)! The CIT is a joint...
07/01/2020

#InsideFCPD: For the month of July we’re highlighting the work of the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT)! The CIT is a joint collaboration between the FCPD, Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO), Fairfax County Fire and Rescue, and Community Services Board and is designed to assist community members suffering from a mental health crisis. These three agencies work together and serve as a community-based approach to improve the outcomes of law enforcement encounters with those community members that suffer from mental health and substance abuse disorders. Those assigned to CIT operate out of the Merrifield Crisis Response Center (MCRC) in Falls Church, VA. The CIT creates connections between law enforcement, medical emergency services, mental health providers, and individuals with mental illness and their families. Through this collaborative community engagement, along with annual CIT training that’s taught to all sworn members of both the FCPD and FCSO, individuals in Fairfax County can be better connected to mental health resources for those in crisis when they call 911. Further, they work together with the County’s Diversion First program to steer more individuals who suffer from mental health issues away from the criminal justice system and into medical treatment options that both improve overall public safety and promote a healthier community long-term. This team has operated throughout the COVID-19 pandemic without interruption.

The team has 11 full-time officers and 10 full-time sheriff’s deputies assigned to CIT on a 24/7/365 basis. During the COVID-19 pandemic, CIT officers were deployed into the field to assist community members at their homes to connect them with community-based services. These officers have performed well in the field, assisting on barricades and calls for subjects that threaten to harm themselves and others. Their training and expertise in deescalation and conflict resolution has had tremendous success during this nationwide health crisis.

Thank you to the Crisis Intervention Team for all that you do for Fairfax County!
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#FCPD #CrisisInterventionTeam #Police #PoliceOfficer #LawEnforcement #FirstResponder #Community #CommunityPolicing

Fairfax County Police Department's cover photo
07/01/2020

Fairfax County Police Department's cover photo

UPDATE: Muhammad has been found and is safe. Thank you for sharing.....Have you seen this missing endangered man? 65-yea...
06/30/2020

UPDATE: Muhammad has been found and is safe. Thank you for sharing.
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Have you seen this missing endangered man? 65-year-old Muhammad Khan was last seen on June 29 at 10 pm in the 6000 block of Leewood Drive, Alexandria. He is 6’0”, 190 pounds, with brown eyes and gray hair, last seen wearing a red checkered button up shirt, orange pants and sandals. He likes to frequent restaurants and food places. He is considered endangered due to mental and/or physical health concerns. Please call 703-691-2131 with any information and please share to help us spread the word and bring him home safely.

In an effort to provide services while maintaining the health & safety of community members and police officers, all non...
06/29/2020

In an effort to provide services while maintaining the health & safety of community members and police officers, all non-emergency events may be handled over the phone or online through our Community Reporting System. Curious about how it works? Check out our new video at https://youtu.be/D4X1u7nXMLY
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#FCPD #Police #PoliceOfficer #LawEnforcement #FirstResponders #Community #CommunityPolicing #CommunityReporting #OnlineReporting

On this day in 2001, we lost an incredible motorman, Captain Tommy F. Bernal. He was killed in a tragic accident when hi...
06/28/2020

On this day in 2001, we lost an incredible motorman, Captain Tommy F. Bernal. He was killed in a tragic accident when his motorcycle was hit by an SUV during a training exercise. We are grateful for his 29 years of service and dedication to our department, and he is forever in our hearts.
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#EOW #endofwatch #RIP #police #policeofficer #lawenforcement #firstresponders #LODD #LineofDutyDeath #FairfaxCounty #FCPD #neverforget

Do you see an animal in distress & aren’t sure what to do? Call our Animal Protection Police at 703-691-2131! These offi...
06/27/2020

Do you see an animal in distress & aren’t sure what to do? Call our Animal Protection Police at 703-691-2131! These officers are trained to assist with a wide array of encounters and will find the best way to get animals to safety. Learn more at: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/specializedunits/animalprotectionpolice
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#FCPD #FairfaxVA #AnimalProtection #Nature #PoliceOfficer #Police #LawEnforcement #FirstResponders #AnimalProtectionPolice

We are pleased to have partnered this morning with members of Grace Covenant Church and Mobile Hope who graciously invit...
06/26/2020

We are pleased to have partnered this morning with members of Grace Covenant Church and Mobile Hope who graciously invited us to help provide food, toys and necessities to those in need in Chantilly and Herndon. We certainly appreciate all that you do! #FCPD #FairfaxCounty

A huge thank you to Mission Barbecue for dropping off delicious meals for our Franconia District officers on Tuesday. We...
06/26/2020

A huge thank you to Mission Barbecue for dropping off delicious meals for our Franconia District officers on Tuesday. We are grateful for your continued support and generosity!
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#FCPD #FairfaxVa #RandomActsofKindness #Police #PoliceOfficers #LawEnforcement #FirstResponders #Community #CommunityPolicing #Donations #ThankYou

Do you recognize this suspect? Detectives are asking for help identifying a man who entered the Tanpopo Ramen House at 4...
06/26/2020

Do you recognize this suspect? Detectives are asking for help identifying a man who entered the Tanpopo Ramen House at 4316 Markham Street in Annandale, on May 14, 2020. The suspect stole a purse and used credit cards to make fraudulent purchases at several different businesses in Fairfax County.

If anyone recognizes the suspect, or has any information about this case, please contact Detective Jewett at the West Springfield District Police Station at 703-644-5047. Tips can also be submitted anonymously through Crime Solvers by phone -1-866-411-TIPS (866-411-8477), by text – Type “FCCS” plus tip to 847411, and by web – Click HERE. Download our Mobile tip411 App “Fairfax Co Crime Solvers”. Anonymous tipsters are eligible for cash rewards of $100 to $1000 dollars if their information leads to an arrest.

Our Helicopter Unit has always been busy, even back in the 90's! 🚁 If you're ever curious about what missions Fairfax 1 ...
06/25/2020

Our Helicopter Unit has always been busy, even back in the 90's! 🚁 If you're ever curious about what missions Fairfax 1 has done in the Northern VA area, check out their website to learn more: https://bit.ly/2z799SE
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On Tuesday, the West Springfield District Station received these decorations and a note from Parkwood Baptist Church. Th...
06/24/2020

On Tuesday, the West Springfield District Station received these decorations and a note from Parkwood Baptist Church. This fun gift definitely made our officer’s days, thank you for the kind message!
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#FCPD #FairfaxVa #RandomActsofKindness #Police #PoliceOfficers #LawEnforcement #FirstResponders #Community #CommunityPolicing #Donations #ThankYou

UPDATE: Rosa has been found and is safe. Thank you for sharing.---Have you seen this missing endangered juvenile? 17-yea...
06/24/2020

UPDATE: Rosa has been found and is safe. Thank you for sharing.
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Have you seen this missing endangered juvenile? 17-year-old Rosa Ruiz was last seen on June 12th in the 7400 block of Eastmoreland Road in Annandale. She is 5’0”, 170 pounds, with brown eyes, brown hair and has a medium complexion. Her last known clothing description is unknown. She is considered endangered due to mental and/or physical concerns. Please call 703-691-2131 with any information and please share to help us spread the word and bring her home safely.

UPDATE:  Adi Pillai has been found and is safe!  Thanks for sharing. Have you seen this missing endangered juvenile? 12-...
06/23/2020

UPDATE: Adi Pillai has been found and is safe! Thanks for sharing.

Have you seen this missing endangered juvenile? 12-year-old Adi Pillai was last seen today at 2:50 p.m. in the 5300 block of Danas Crossing Drive in Fairfax. He is 5’4” tall and weighs 120 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair. He was last seen wearing a blue long sleeve shirt, black shorts, gray shoes and glasses. He is considered endangered due to his age. Please call 703-691-2131 with any information and please share to help us spread the word and bring him home safely.

As the weather warms up, make sure your pets are safe from the heat and the bugs that come with it! ☀️ Here are a few ea...
06/23/2020

As the weather warms up, make sure your pets are safe from the heat and the bugs that come with it! ☀️ Here are a few easy tips to keep in mind this summer 🐾
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