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Crime Roundup: Investigations on Recent Incidents Continue

by Fatimah Waseem September 11, 2018 at 12:00 pm 1 Comment

Local police continue to investigate several recent incidents in the last several days, including the apparent double murder and suicide that happened in Herndon last week.

As we reported, police believe Noera Ayaz, a 42-year-old attorney, killed her sons and then turned the gun on herself. Funeral services for the three family members were held late last week.

The Fairfax County Police Department is also continuing to investigate an attempted malicious wounding that happened on September 5 on the 2400 block of Centreville Road. A man driving a car shot another man who was riding a bicycle with a gun. Police said the two men knew each and other had been fighting earlier before the incident occurred. No injuries were reported.

In a separate incident, local police are also seeking leads to help identify a man after a public exposure incident happened on the 1600 block of Hiddenbrook Road. The man exposed himself to two teenage girls, according to police.

The police department also reported the following incidents in recent days:

LARCENIES:

2500 block of Centreville Road, wallet from location

9800 block of Georgetown Pike, backpack from vehicle

2100 block of Monaghan Drive, purse from vehicle

1800 block of Presidents Street, wallet from location

11800 block of Spectrum Center, laptop computer from business

2400 block of Centreville Road, stolen bicycle

11500 block of Leesburg Pike, beer from business

10700 block of Park Ridge Boulevard, laptop computers from business

13100 block of Parcher Avenue, cigarettes from business

1800 block of Cameron Glen Drive, keys from vehicle

11500 block of Leesburg Pike, beer from business

1900 block of Sagewood Lane, cash and keys from residence

11100 block of South Lakes Drive, merchandise from business

11800 block of Spectrum Center, laptop computers from business

STOLEN VEHICLES:

None reported

The county’s deer management archery program also began late last week. Overseen by the local police department, in collaboration with the Fairfax County Park Authority and NOVA Parks, the archery program will take place in parks and other locations in the county. The program ends on February 23, 2019.

  • Walter Hadlock

    It would be great if Reston Now, along with other news media, could find another way to describe events that happen outside of the Town of Herndon, but in one of the Herndon zip codes. The murder described above happened far outside of the Town of Herndon.

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