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Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: Gordon Blvd ()
Date: March 20, 2011 07:43PM

So what's going on with the murder of the car wash guy who lived off the parkway. I know they found his car in Annadiane, then the story just disappeared - anybody know what's up?

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Posted by: chuckhoffmann ()
Date: March 20, 2011 09:01PM

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: mmoore ()
Date: March 20, 2011 09:08PM

Sigh... and all he wanted to do was get into TJ. Poor lil ninja.

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: HooChi ()
Date: March 21, 2011 08:06PM

I think the dead car wash guy's house has a "for sale" sign up.

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: McGruff - Update ()
Date: August 10, 2011 01:21PM

UPDATE: Police Seek Information on Vehicle
http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/news-releases/2011/080911updateyunhomitrkpic.htm

Fairfax County Police Department
Public Information Office
4100 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, Va. 22030
703-246-2253. TTY 703-204-2264. Fax 703-246-4253
FCPD-PIO@fairfaxcounty.gov
www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police
News Release: 10/281/2149/tjw/(1)
August 9, 2011

UPDATE: Police Seek Information on Vehicle
Homicide detectives have released an image of a vehicle they believe was in the area of Ladues End Court and Fairfax County Parkway around the time of Yong Suk Yun’s murder. The image is of an older-model, white pickup truck with a utility or landscaping trailer attached to it. This is not a picture of the suspect vehicle; it is a representation based on information received during the investigation.

If anyone recalls seeing a pickup truck similar to the one depicted in the image at any time prior to the murder, contact Crime Solvers by phone at 1-866-411-TIPS/8477, e-mail at www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES/274637 or call Fairfax County Police at 703-691-2131.

UPDATE: Missing Vehicle Located

An alert officer located the Lexus LX470 in the 4300 block of Americana Drive just after 11 p.m. on Monday, October 11. The vehicle has been taken to the police crime scene lab for processing.

Detectives ask anyone who may have seen someone inside or around the vehicle to contact Crime Solvers by phone at 1-866-411-TIPS/8477, e-mail at www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES/274637 or call Fairfax County Police at 703-691-2131.


UPDATE: Police Seek Public’s Help

Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 2002 Lexus LX470 SUV that may be connected to the death of Yong S. Yun in the Fairfax Station area on Thursday, October 7. The public information office is sending out a photograph of a vehicle that looks similar to the actual vehicle police are searching for; please see attached.

UPDATE: Death Ruled Apparent Homicide

The victim has been identified as Yong S. Yun, of 5781 Ladues End Court. Homicide detectives have determined the victim died of trauma to the upper body. Police believe this is an isolated incident and are still searching for the missing 2002 Lexus LX470 SUV and continue to ask for the public’s help in locating it.


Suspicious Death in Fairfax Station Area

Sully Police District - Police responded to a home in the 5700 block of Ladues End Court around 3:53 p.m. on Thursday, October 7. They located the body of a deceased 61-year-old man with trauma to the body. Homicide and Crime Scene detectives are investigating and suspect foul play.

His car, a gold 2002 Lexus 470 SUV, is missing from the home. The Virginia license plate on the vehicle is XYW-8197. Detectives ask anyone who sees this vehicle to call the police immediately and do not approach it.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Solvers by phone at 1-866-411-TIPS/8477, e-mail at www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES/274637 or call Fairfax County Police at 703-691-2131.

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To request this information in an alternate format, call the Public Information Office at 703.246.2253. TTY 703-204-2264
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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: yahbut ()
Date: August 10, 2011 01:43PM

Trauma to the upper body could mean about anything, including a stabbing. I know of one case where the press release read "trauma to the upper body", it was specifically a 30-06 round to the chest.

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: So a Mexican did it? ()
Date: August 11, 2011 06:22PM

Maybe he knows the butt slasher.

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Police Seek New Leads in Businessman's Murder
Posted by: More Info ()
Date: August 13, 2011 08:47PM

Police Seek New Leads in Businessman's Murder
Yong Suk Yun was murdered in October last year, and police need help finding his killer.
By Mary C. Stachyra and Woodrow Bellamy III
August 8, 2011
http://lorton.patch.com/articles/police-seek-new-leads-in-businessmans-murder

Fairfax County police detectives are asking for the public's help to find the murderer of Yong Suk Yun, a prominent Korean businessman killed at his Fairfax Station home last October.

On Monday police released a photo of a truck, with a trailer attached, that was similar to the one seen in the area near Yun's home overlooking the Fairfax County Parkway. Police said that they would like to speak with anyone who drove the vehicle, or knows of someone who drove the vehicle.

Yun was born in Seoul, South Korea, in 1949, according to his online obituary. He owned a carwash in Chantilly and another outside Atlanta. His 2002 gold Lexus was missing for several days before a police officer discovered the car in Annandale. Police think someone out there knows who killed him.

"He could be your friend, co-worker, neighbor or a family member. He most likely lives, works, or regularly visits your neighborhood," police wrote. "Although coming forward with your suspicions might be difficult, your information will be kept strictly confidential and could prevent this person from killing again."

The call for help comes just days after an event hosted by the Voice of Vietnamese-Americans, seeking new leads in the murder of 19-year-old Vanessa Pham. On Saturday, police and some of the top leaders in Virginia’s Asian American community came to the Fairfax Government Center to promote crime prevention and unity amongst Fairfax County’s largest minority population.

Tony Pham (no relation to Vanessa), General Counsel of the Richmond City Sherriff’s office, said at the event that violent crimes in which victims were Asian Americans continue to rise in Virginia. However, they are decreasing throughout the rest of the country. He said 939 Asian-Americans were victims of murder, rape, assault burglary and robbery in 2010.

According to the Virginia State Police, seven Asian Americans were murdered in Virginia in 2010, including Pham and Yun.

A $20,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to an arrest in Yun's murder.

Police ask that anyone who saw the truck in the area on Oct. 7, 2010, contact Detective Connie Morris, CIB-Homicide at 703-246-7825, Fairfax County Police at 703-691-2131 or Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS.

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Re: Police Seek New Leads in Businessman's Murder
Posted by: McGruff the Crime Dog ()
Date: October 14, 2011 06:19AM

One-Year Anniversary of Yun Homicide
http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/news-releases/2011/101311yunhomicideupdate.htm

Fairfax County Police Department
Public Information Office
4100 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, Va. 22030
703-246-2253. TTY 703-204-2264. Fax 703-246-4253
FCPD-PIO@fairfaxcounty.gov
www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police
News Release: 10/281/2149/tjw/(1)
October 13, 2011

One-Year Anniversary of Yun Homicide;
Police Still Searching for Information

Investigating for over a year, Homicide detectives are still seeking leads in the murder of Yong Suk Yun, 61, owner of Dr. Wash in Chantilly. He was killed on October 7, 2010, in his Fairfax Station home at 5781 Ladues End Court. Detectives have determined Yun’s murder stemmed from a robbery.

Over the past year, police have interviewed over 80 people, watched over 100 hours of video and exhausted numerous leads surrounding this homicide. However, they are still missing the critical information they need to close this case. Detectives ask for the public’s assistance in reporting any information to the police, no matter how insignificant it seems.

“We are committed to solving this murder and continue our plea to the community for information,” said lead detective Connie Morris.

“We are seeking information that may not seem related to this case but was unusual or uncommon in someone else’s day—that could be the key to solving this murder. Something that seemed random or un-noteworthy could be the missing link in this case. Perhaps someone left work early, or arrived home late and seemed anxious, not themselves or wearing different clothing; these could be indicators of suspicious activity,” Morris adds.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Solvers by phone at 1-866-411-TIPS/8477, e-mail at www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES/274637 or call Fairfax County Police at 703-691-2131.

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Re: Police Seek New Leads in Businessman's Murder
Posted by: Two Cents ()
Date: October 14, 2011 03:47PM

Another example of how ineffectual law enforcement in this area when it comes to crimes involving other ethnic groups.

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: perry mason ()
Date: October 14, 2011 04:05PM

For a county that does not have many homicides, there are too many that are unsolved. The woman who was killed in her car after leaving the shopping center over by Rt. 50, the yard man who was killed in the garage of a house of the family he was helping, the young man found dead in a field in Burke last Christmas, the woman in Fairfax Station who was killed in a struggle with her much larger husband.....And the Commonwealth's Attorney pounds his chest when he gets a conviction in a case with a videotaped confession----what is the matter with this picture????

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Re: Police Seek New Leads in Businessman's Murder
Posted by: Starsky and Hutch ()
Date: October 14, 2011 04:22PM

Two Cents Wrote:
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> Another example of how ineffectual law enforcement
> in this area when it comes to crimes involving
> other ethnic groups.

Lets see you get any information from the normally closed mouth Korean community. They would no more talk to a Korean cop than they would a White one maybe even less so

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Re: Police Seek New Leads in Businessman's Murder
Posted by: Two Cents ()
Date: October 14, 2011 04:25PM

Starsky and Hutch Wrote:
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> Two Cents Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Another example of how ineffectual law
> enforcement
> > in this area when it comes to crimes involving
> > other ethnic groups.
>
> Lets see you get any information from the normally
> closed mouth Korean community. They would no more
> talk to a Korean cop than they would a White one
> maybe even less so.

Not necessarily (although that's a good point). In San Francisco, they have police that are pretty effective in dealing with crimes with Koreans, etc.

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Re: Police Seek New Leads in Businessman's Murder
Posted by: McGruff - The Crime Dog! ()
Date: October 09, 2012 08:06PM

Police Continue Search for Leads on Two-Year Anniversary of Yun Homicide
http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/news-releases/2012/100912twoyears.htm

Fairfax County Police Department
Public Information Office
4100 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, Va. 22030
703-246-2253. TTY 703-204-2264. Fax 703-246-4253
FCPD-PIO@fairfaxcounty.gov
www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police
News Release: 12/284/2149/LHC(1)
October 9, 2012



Police Continue Search for Leads on
Two-Year Anniversary of Yun Homicide

Sully Police District - Homicide detectives are still seeking leads in a two-year long investigation of the murder of Yong Suk Yun, 61. He was killed on October 7, 2010, in his Fairfax Station home at 5781 Ladues End Court. Yun owned the Dr. Wash in Chantilly and detectives believe Yun’s murder stemmed from a robbery.

The reward for information leading to an arrest in this case has increased to $70,000. Police have interviewed over 100 people, watched over 100 hours of video and exhausted numerous leads surrounding this homicide. They also created a video in Korean language in their efforts to reach out to non-English speakers, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2b3uwOnAjak.

Detectives continue to ask for the public’s assistance in reporting any information to the police, no matter how insignificant it may seem.

“We are committed to solving this murder and continue our plea to the community for information,” said lead detective Connie Morris.

“We are seeking information that may not seem related to this case but was unusual or uncommon in someone else’s day—that could be the key to solving this murder. Something that seemed random or un-noteworthy could be the missing link in this case. Perhaps someone left work early, or arrived home late and seemed anxious, not themselves or wearing different clothing; these could be indicators of suspicious activity,” Morris added.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Solvers by phone at 1-866-411-TIPS/8477, e-mail at www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES/274637 or call Fairfax County Police at 703-691-2131.



UPDATE: Police Seek Information on Vehicle

Homicide detectives have released an image of a vehicle they believe was in the area of Ladues End Court and Fairfax County Parkway around the time of Yong Suk Yun’s murder. The image is of an older-model, white pickup truck with a utility or landscaping trailer attached to it. This is not a picture of the suspect vehicle; it is a representation based on information received during the investigation.

If anyone recalls seeing a pickup truck similar to the one depicted in the image at any time prior to the murder, contact Crime Solvers by phone at 1-866-411-TIPS/8477, e-mail at www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES/274637 or call Fairfax County Police at 703-691-2131.



UPDATE: Missing Vehicle Located

An alert officer located the Lexus LX470 in the 4300 block of Americana Drive just after 11 p.m. on Monday, October 11. The vehicle has been taken to the police crime scene lab for processing.

Detectives ask anyone who may have seen someone inside or around the vehicle to contact Crime Solvers by phone at 1-866-411-TIPS/8477, e-mail at www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES/274637 or call Fairfax County Police at 703-691-2131.



UPDATE: Police Seek Public’s Help

Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 2002 Lexus LX470 SUV that may be connected to the death of Yong S. Yun in the Fairfax Station area on Thursday, October 7. The public information office is sending out a photograph of a vehicle that looks similar to the actual vehicle police are searching for; please see attached.

UPDATE: Death Ruled Apparent Homicide

The victim has been identified as Yong S. Yun, of 5781 Ladues End Court. Homicide detectives have determined the victim died of trauma to the upper body. Police believe this is an isolated incident and are still searching for the missing 2002 Lexus LX470 SUV and continue to ask for the public’s help in locating it.



Suspicious Death in Fairfax Station Area

Sully Police District - Police responded to a home in the 5700 block of Ladues End Court around 3:53 p.m. on Thursday, October 7. They located the body of a deceased 61-year-old man with trauma to the body. Homicide and Crime Scene detectives are investigating and suspect foul play.

His car, a gold 2002 Lexus 470 SUV, is missing from the home. The Virginia license plate on the vehicle is XYW-8197. Detectives ask anyone who sees this vehicle to call the police immediately and do not approach it.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Solvers by phone at 1-866-411-TIPS/8477, e-mail at www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES/274637 or call Fairfax County Police at 703-691-2131.

However, they are still missing the critical information they need to close this case. Detectives ask for the public’s assistance in reporting any information to the police, no matter how insignificant it seems.

“We are still committed to solving this murder and continue our plea to the community for the key pieces of information that will help us make an apprehension,” said lead detective Connie Morris.

“We are seeking information that may not seem related to this case but was unusual or uncommon in someone else’s day—that could be the key to solving this murder. Something that seemed random or un-noteworthy could be the missing link in this case. Perhaps someone left work early, or arrived home late and seemed anxious, not themselves or wearing different clothing; these could be indicators of suspicious activity,” Morris added.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Solvers by phone at 1-866-411-TIPS/8477, e-mail at www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES/274637 or call Fairfax County Police at 703-691-2131.

Here is the video in Korean by Fairfax County Police...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=MXXbowpvhLQ

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: perry mason ()
Date: October 09, 2012 08:45PM

See my post from last year---where is the progess?? Homicide investigation and prosecution in this County is a joke.......

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: FFXU Analyst. ()
Date: October 09, 2012 09:06PM

perry mason Wrote:
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> See my post from last year---where is the
> progess?? Homicide investigation and prosecution
> in this County is a joke.......

It sure seems like if you don't get caught standing over the body with a bloody knife, you're likely to get away with murder in this county.

A quick count shows there are 66 unsolved homicides from 1980 - 2006 in the county, of which only 4 have suspects wanted.

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: Expense or Revenue? ()
Date: October 09, 2012 10:42PM

FFXU Analyst. Wrote:
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> perry mason Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > See my post from last year---where is the
> > progess?? Homicide investigation and
> prosecution
> > in this County is a joke.......
>
> It sure seems like if you don't get caught
> standing over the body with a bloody knife, you're
> likely to get away with murder in this county.
>
> A quick count shows there are 66 unsolved
> homicides from 1980 - 2006 in the county, of which
> only 4 have suspects wanted.


DUI and Possession make money. Murder just costs the state and county money.

If you're a revenue collector by trade, would you investigate a murder nobody is talking about?

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: GFR ()
Date: October 10, 2012 12:11AM

FFXU Analyst. Wrote:
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> perry mason Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > See my post from last year---where is the
> > progess?? Homicide investigation and
> prosecution
> > in this County is a joke.......
>
> It sure seems like if you don't get caught
> standing over the body with a bloody knife, you're
> likely to get away with murder in this county.
>
> A quick count shows there are 66 unsolved
> homicides from 1980 - 2006 in the county, of which
> only 4 have suspects wanted.


Maybe you should compare the Fairfax numbers to other areas. How many does LA, DC, Las Vegas, St. Loius, etc etc. Also how many of those 66 have happened since 90s? Stop watching so much TV.

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: Gordon Blvd ()
Date: October 10, 2012 07:53AM

@GFR - yeah...............but that still doesnt excuse the simple fact that man is STILL dead, killed right in 22039 in broad daylight and nothing has happened about it.

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: Cult of Reality ()
Date: October 10, 2012 08:03AM

@GordonBlvd - Yup, and since there's no money in finding out who did it, I'm sure you can appreciate the county's apathy in expending resources on it. Plus, the victim is Korean. Fairfax County has a long-established history of not pursuing crimes involving non-whites.

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: Gordon Blvd ()
Date: October 10, 2012 08:40AM

um..........
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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: BEH ()
Date: October 10, 2012 08:45AM

The cops are too busy seeking out expired registrations and kids with weed to bother finding a murderer.

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: Two Cents ()
Date: October 10, 2012 09:42AM

Finding a murderer requires too much time, money, and effort. Like the other poster mentioned...

"Unless someone is standing over the body with a bloody knife..."

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: FFXU Analyst. ()
Date: October 10, 2012 10:02AM

GFR Wrote:
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> Maybe you should compare the Fairfax numbers to
> other areas. How many does LA, DC, Las Vegas, St.
> Loius, etc etc. Also how many of those 66 have
> happened since 90s? Stop watching so much TV.

Unsolved Murders/Homicides from 1990 - 2006
2006 2
2002 2
2001 1
2000 1
1999 3
1998 1 (or 2, depending on how you count)
1997 4
1996 1
1995 1
1994 4
1993 2
1992 4
1991 7 (Bad year for the home team, although everyone knows who did one of these)
1990 3

So, 36 or 37 from 1990 - 2006.

You can add Yong Yun and Vanessa Pham to the list, although I don't know how long a crime has to go unsolved before it's officially considered a cold case in this county.

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: GFR ()
Date: October 10, 2012 12:29PM

FFXU Analyst. Wrote:
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> GFR Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Maybe you should compare the Fairfax numbers to
> > other areas. How many does LA, DC, Las Vegas,
> St.
> > Loius, etc etc. Also how many of those 66 have
> > happened since 90s? Stop watching so much TV.
>
> Unsolved Murders/Homicides from 1990 - 2006
> 2006 2
> 2002 2
> 2001 1
> 2000 1
> 1999 3
> 1998 1 (or 2, depending on how you count)
> 1997 4
> 1996 1
> 1995 1
> 1994 4
> 1993 2
> 1992 4
> 1991 7 (Bad year for the home team, although
> everyone knows who did one of these)
> 1990 3
>
> So, 36 or 37 from 1990 - 2006.
>
> You can add Yong Yun and Vanessa Pham to the list,
> although I don't know how long a crime has to go
> unsolved before it's officially considered a cold
> case in this county.


1991 looks interesting but the rest of the years are not bad. Again, compare these numbers to other areas across the country.

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: Gordon Blvd ()
Date: October 10, 2012 02:34PM

just cause other areas have more murder or whatenot doesn EXCUSE the fact this murder is STILL unsolved.................

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: More Complete ()
Date: October 10, 2012 02:40PM


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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: GFR ()
Date: October 10, 2012 03:28PM

Gordon Blvd Wrote:
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> just cause other areas have more murder or
> whatenot doesn EXCUSE the fact this murder is
> STILL unsolved.................


So please tell us what they can do different to solve all the murders....better yet...call the cops up and tell them you can do better.

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: GFR ()
Date: October 10, 2012 03:32PM

Just wondering...

> 1998 1 (or 2, depending on how you count)

> 1991 7 (Bad year for the home team, although
> everyone knows who did one of these)


What was up with the two here...Could somebody not count in 1998 or something? And what is the 1 in 1991 that everybody knows who did it?

Wondering what 2 murders you are refering to?

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: Lortonite ()
Date: October 10, 2012 03:47PM

GFR Wrote:
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> Just wondering...
>
> > 1998 1 (or 2, depending on how you count)
>
> > 1991 7 (Bad year for the home team, although
> > everyone knows who did one of these)
>
>
> What was up with the two here...Could somebody not
> count in 1998 or something? And what is the 1 in
> 1991 that everybody knows who did it?
>
> Wondering what 2 murders you are refering to?

Don't know about 1991 but with regards to 1998, that was the murder of a pregnant woman by the name of Sherry Culp. So one murder if you count just her, two if you count the unborn baby.

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: FFXU Analyst. ()
Date: October 10, 2012 04:04PM

GFR Wrote:
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> Just wondering...
>
> > 1998 1 (or 2, depending on how you count)
>
> > 1991 7 (Bad year for the home team, although
> > everyone knows who did one of these)
>
>
> What was up with the two here...Could somebody not
> count in 1998 or something? And what is the 1 in
> 1991 that everybody knows who did it?
>
> Wondering what 2 murders you are refering to?

1998 was the murder-for-hire of Sherry Ann Culp and her unborn child, which you can count as 1 or 2, depending on how you feel about these things. Her baby was delivered at Fairfax Hospital by Caesarean section, but died 2 days later. So, either 1 or 2.

1991 is Joann P. Webster, who was stabbed to death, most likely by her estranged husband Bruce, in her apartment in Alexandria. She'd served Bruce with divorce papers the day before she was murdered.

Bruce was a former FCPD officer with 17 years on the job, which means he knew exactly what his former buddies would be looking for at a murder scene and to keep his mouth shut when they started asking him hard questions.

He's currently doing 19 years in Deerfield for abducting Joanne in an earlier incident. Since he was 69 when he was finally sentenced in 2009 and won't be released until at least 2018, there's a very high probability he'll die in prison, which is perfectly fine.

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: Gunrunner ()
Date: October 11, 2012 02:19PM

Was the guy who was murdered the wsame guy who had 70k confiscated from him by a FFX county gang task force?

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it's only murder - you shouldn't mind it so much, Gordon...................
Posted by: Gordon Blvd ()
Date: October 11, 2012 03:18PM

GFR - lol whut? You think just cause I cant do any better solving a homicide means I should be cool with the fact there are unsolved murders in the County? o_0

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Re: it's only murder - you shouldn't mind it so much, Gordon...................
Posted by: GFR ()
Date: October 12, 2012 08:08AM

Gordon Blvd Wrote:
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> GFR - lol whut? You think just cause I cant do
> any better solving a homicide means I should be
> cool with the fact there are unsolved murders in
> the County? o_0


No suggestions I take it?? Here is a clue. To solve a murder the police must have one or two things. If they do not have A or B then the murder is not going to get solved. Ever.

Any guesses what A and B might be?

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Re: it's only murder - you shouldn't mind it so much, Gordon...................
Posted by: You are stupid ()
Date: October 12, 2012 08:15AM

GFR Wrote:
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> Gordon Blvd Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > GFR - lolwut? You think just cause I cant do
> > any better solving a homicide means I should be
> > cool with the fact there are unsolved murders
> in
> > the County? o_0
>
>
> No suggestions I take it?? Here is a clue. To
> solve a murder the police must have one or two
> things. If they do not have A or B then the murder
> is not going to get solved. Ever.
>
> Any guesses what A and B might be?

The police only need to watch television to learn how to solve murder cases.
Fairfax County Police spend way to much time trolling on this forum instead.
There, case solved

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: Gordon Blvd ()
Date: October 12, 2012 11:23AM

@You - lol whut?
@GFR - just out of curiosity, what's yr point? I'm obviously a clueless citizen who gets upset abouy about unsolved murders in his community - nobody here ANYWHERE on this forum would think I have a clue about anything....................kinda why I started this thread.


so just kinda trying to figure out where you are going with all this............

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Re: it's only murder - you shouldn't mind it so much, Gordon...................
Posted by: A plus B equals Murder 1 ()
Date: October 12, 2012 06:22PM

GFR Wrote:
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> No suggestions I take it?? Here is a clue. To
> solve a murder the police must have one or two
> things. If they do not have A or B then the murder
> is not going to get solved. Ever.
>
> Any guesses what A and B might be?

A is a big-mouthed snitch to tell them exactly who did it, since cops are incapable of detecting a cockroach crawling on a loaf of bread without a snitch, and B is an exceptionally cooperative and talkative suspect who'll freely confess to having done it.

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: GFR ()
Date: October 16, 2012 07:38AM

Close...but sorry no stinkbox MC tape for your prize.

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Re: Murder in Fairfax Station
Posted by: GFR ()
Date: October 16, 2012 07:46AM

To solve a homicide the cops need ...

A-witness

OR

B-evidence


AND the information from the witness or the evidence needs to lead to somebody.

If the cops don't have this then the murder will never get solved. No matter how long or hard the cops work.

And if interested.. Washington Post was just reporting DC had something like a 1000 unsolved murders over the last 10 years. Thats not even counting the 90's or 80's.

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