CRIME & SAFETY
Suspect steals multiple purses and backpacks from Michael Kors at Potomac Mills
PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Va. - Prince William County Police continue to investigate a robbery that occurred at the Michael Kors store in Potomac Mills. Police responded to Potomac Mills on Tuesday, Nov. 28, around 7:26 p.m. for reports of a robbery at the Michael Kors store. Police say the loss prevention staff observed a man select multiple pieces of merchandise and walk towards the exit. Staff members attempted to confront the man, and he threatened the staff members, and then fled the store with the unpaid merchandise. Multiple purses and backpacks were reported missing.
Beware: Sheriff's Office Shares False Info
Sheriff Steve A. Hall has chosen to partake in what appears to be a disinformation campaign through his state-sponsored campaign page. One specific area where this campaign focuses on is the sharing of contacts from iPhones. Instead of conducting thorough research and providing information on relevant crimes, such as drive-by incidents in Leonardtown, the Sheriff's Office primarily showcases pictures of puppies, play dates, and other heartwarming moments featuring officers interacting with the community for photo opportunities.
Three Teens Indicted For Fatal Shooting At St. Mary's County Sheetz: Sheriff
Authorities announced over the weekend that James Jerome Adams, Jr., a minor from Great Mills, and an adult from Bushwood who was a juvenile at the time, have been indicted and charged as adults in connection to the murder of Marcus Anthony Day in April. Officials noted that at the...
Man receives life sentence without parole and additional life imprisonment for killing a mother and her 6-year-old daughter
LEONARDTOWN, Md. – Jaymi Sterling, the State’s Attorney, has made an announcement today regarding the sentencing of Wayne Carroll Key, Jr. The 44-year-old resident of Lexington Park, Maryland, has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, in addition to a life sentence. This is in connection to the double homicide of a six-year-old child and her mother, which occurred on November 20, 2021, in Leonardtown, Maryland.