Tag: police

Man sentenced in DUI-related manslaughter after crash that killed brother

By Alexa Epitropoulos | [email protected] A Fairfax County man was sentenced on counts of DUI-related aggravated vehicular manslaughter and DUI on Thursday, the Office of...

Updated: Francis C. Hammond Middle School cleared after threat

By Alexa Epitropoulos | [email protected] Francis C. Hammond Middle School has been cleared by police after it the school was locked down and students were...

Alexandria police captain graduates from FBI National Academy

An Alexandria Police Department captain has graduated from the FBI National Academy, according to a city news release. Monica Lisle, commander of the police department's...

City to offer new half-day winter community police academy

By Alexa Epitropoulos | [email protected]  The city will offer half-day sessions of its Community Police Academy program this winter, following up on the popularity of...

Justice Matters: What constitutes a lawful detention

This is the first of a series of columns exploring police/citizen encounters. Imagine a scenario: you are walking out of a local department store having...

Updated: Police arrest Del Ray bank robbery suspect

By Alexa Epitropoulos | [email protected] Police have arrested a suspect who is charged with stealing an undisclosed amount of cash from Burke & Herbert's Del Ray...

After APD officer assaulted in Old Town, arrest made

By Alexa Epitropoulos | [email protected]  A suspect has been arrested following an assault on an Alexandria police officer in Old Town early Wednesday morning that resulted...

As FBI investigates, site of Alexandria shooting remains blocked off

As the FBI continue to investigate the scene of the Wednesday morning shooting that injured five people, including Rep. Steve Scalise, the house majority...

UPDATED: Alexandria woman shoots, kills her dog to save boyfriend from...

An Alexandria woman shot her dog dead as it mauled her boyfriend at the couple’s Eisenhower Avenue home January 18, highlighting safety issues for...

Officers get trained for crisis intervention

Eight officers of the Alexandria Police Department and six Alexandria Sheriffs deputies graduated from the citys first crisis intervention training academy on Friday.