Police briefs for Tuesday, June 4, 2002

Triangle woman arrested, charged in attack during road rage incident

Prince William County police Sunday arrested the woman they say is responsible for an attack during an incident of road rage on May 24.

Monique S. Freeman, 20, of 3630 Anchorage Cove in Triangle was arrested in front of USA Discounters on Daniel Stuart Square in Woodbridge, said police, who have charged her with assault and battery. Freeman faces a July 16 court date.

Customer pulls gun on cabbie, then flees

An unknown man pulled a gun on a taxi driver while getting out of the car in the 3500 block of Belfry Lane in Rollingwood Village on Sunday night, county police said Monday.

The assailant, who was picked up by the cab in the 1900 block of Kemper Road in Arlington, fled on foot without paying his fare, police said.

He is described as black, 19 to 23, 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighing 145 pounds with a short Afro, police said.

Basement window pried from Lake Ridge house

A basement window was removed from its frame on a home in the 13200 block of Mulberry Court in Lake Ridge sometime Saturday or Sunday, county police said Monday. Nothing was reported taken from the residence.

Cell phones, pagers, pilfered from electronics store

Roughly $30,000 worth of cell phones and pagers were stolen from Wireless Jungle, a store at 8128 Sudley Road in the area of the Manassas Mall on May 28 or 29, county police said Monday.

Those responsible broke a lock on the front door to enter, police said.

At approximately the same time, someone broke the front lock of Advantage Computer Systems next door, but took nothing, police said.

Cash stolen from Nokesville golf club

Burglars stole approximately $2,900 from the Prince William Golf Club at 14631 Vint Hill Road in Nokesville sometime on May 27 or 28, county police said Monday. The intruders gained entry through a hole in the wall on the second level, police said.

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