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Teenager charged with malicious wounding

A Gainesville teenager was charged with malicious wounding and felony hit and run after he allegedly hit another teenager with a car following an argument Monday evening near Haymarket, a Prince William County police spokesman said.

Sean Anthony Fernandez, 18, of 13563 Gelding Place, got in an argument with another teen at the intersection of Legend Drive and Tradition Trail Drive around 6:50 p.m., said Officer John Bogert, police spokesman.

Fernandez got into his car and allegedly accelerated toward the victim, hitting him and causing a cut to his head, before driving away, police said.

Hernandez turned himself in to police and was released by the magistrate, police said.

The victim’s injuries were non-life threatening.

Sudley-area man charged in armed robbery

A 37-year-old Sudley Road-area man was charged along with three other men for allegedly robbing a man at gunpoint and knifepoint early Thursday morning at Tysons Corner, Fairfax County police said.

Roger Eugene Bush, of 7381 Colton Lane, was charged with robbery and use of a firearm in commission of a felony, police said.

A 35-year-old Washington, D.C., man was in the 2100 block of Haney Lane around 2 a.m. when four men pointed a gun and a knife at him, police said.

The men threw the victim to the ground and kicked him, before stealing cash and personal items, police said.

A police dog tracked the men to a nearby house, where they were arrested.

Also charged were Dallas Christian Hicks, 20, of 2106 Haney Lane in Fairfax; Dana Sylvester Whitney, 28, of 2919 Fairhill Road in Fairfax and David Lee Thompson, 22, of 1905 Prout Place in Falls Church.

Police charge man with unlawful entry of home

Herim Ramirez Garcia, 28, of 2920 Buell Court, was charged with unlawful entry and destruction of property after he allegedly broke into what he thought was his own home Monday morning in Dumfries, Prince William police said.

A 28-year-old woman heard someone breaking glass inside her house in the 2900 block of Buell Court and called police. When officers arrived, they found a ladder in the back and a broken window. They saw Garcia come out the front door, police said.

The man told police he thought he was breaking into his own home.

Garcia is being held in the Prince William-Manassas regional jail in lieu of $5,000 bond for a schedule July 15 court date.

Robbery charge filed against Annandale teen

Police charged Bryant Kenon, 18, of Maxfield Drive, Annandale, with robbery after he allegedly stole a wallet from a Dumfries teenager Tuesday night in the Forest Park subdivision near Prince William Forest Park, Prince William police said.

The two teens were walking near the intersection of Acadia Drive and Isle Royale Terrace around 8 p.m. when the victim dropped his wallet. Kenon allegedly picked it up and tried to walk away, police said.

The two fought before police arrived and returned the wallet to the victim, who sustained a swollen eye and swollen cheek in the fight, police said.

Kenon is being held without bond at the Prince William-Manassas regional jail, police said

Woman lets under-aged daughter drive vehicle

A 34-year-old Sudley Road woman was charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor after she allegedly allowed her 15-year-old daughter to drive a car unsupervised Monday evening, Prince William police said.

Police pulled over a 15-year-old for a routine traffic stop at the intersection of Irongate Way and Sudley Road, north of Manassas around 5:30 p.m. Monday, according to police reports.

The officer learned the girl did not have a driver’s license and contacted her mother, Sandra Isabel Escobar Benitez, of 9708 Dublin Drive, who told police that she let the girl drive knowing she did not have a license, police said.

Woman charged with theft from Potomac Mills mall

A 35-year-old Dale City woman was charged with four felony counts of concealment of merchandise after she allegedly stole clothes from four stores in Potomac Mills mall Wednesday night, Prince William police said.

Sonja Mack, of 4626 Whitaker Place, is being held in the Prince William-Manassas regional jail in lieu of $5,000 bond, police said.

An employee saw a woman with a bag of clothing acting suspiciously as she went to her car around 8:30 p.m., police said.

Police followed her to the car and saw she allegedly had several bags of stolen clothing valued at $262 from the Group USA, Urban Planet, Children’s Place and Burlington Coat Factory stores at the mall, police said.

The clothes were returned to the stores, police said.

Police charge woman

with theft from mall

A 64-year-old Gainesville woman was charged with grand larceny after allegedly stealing clothes from a store in Manassas Mall on Tuesday afternoon, Prince William police said.

Junette Kirksey, of 14724 Demming Drive, was released on her own recognizance, police said.

A mall employee saw Kirksey enter a dressing room at Hecht’s department store around 3 p.m. with several articles of clothing, police said.

When she left the room, there were fewer articles of clothing and she had a bag with her, police said.

An officer confronted her and she admitted to stealing the clothes, police said.

— David Stegon

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