Police briefs for Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2002
A 22-year-old Gino’s Pizza and Subs delivery woman was robbed of her car Monday at 9:55 p.m., in the 14700 block of Hackwood Street in Woodbridge, Detective Dennis Mangan, Prince William police spokesman, said Tuesday.
The woman was delivering pizza and subs to that address when she was approached by three men who “assaulted” her, Mangan said. They then jumped into and fled in her 1997 green Toyota Camry, which was later found at the dead end of Forest Lane in Woodbridge.
The first robber is described as a white male between 18 and 20, standing 5 feet 10 inches weighing 180 pounds. The other two men were described as having a mask over their faces.
Prince William County Crime Solvers will pay up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of a suspect. Tips can be left on the 24-hour confidential line at (703) 670-3700.
Men arrested for drug, weapons possession
Two men were arrested on drug charges and one was charged with additional crimes after police approached their car at 14300 Veterans Drive on Monday at 4:30 p.m., said Detective Dennis Mangan, Prince William police spokesman, Tuesday.
Gene Anthony Trigger, 23, of 5550 Reagon Court in Dale City was charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana, driving on revoked license and carrying a concealed weapon. Mangan said a knife was found on a seat. He is being held with no bond.
Carl Russell Simmons of 5600 Rowser Drive in Dale City was charged with possession of marijuana. He was the passenger in the car.
Television equipment stolen from home Nov. 19
Television equipment was stolen from a home in the 10300 block of Arrington Court in Lake Jackson Nov. 19 between 8:40 a.m., and 1:35 p.m., Detective Dennis Mangan, Prince William police spokesman, said Tuesday.
Money taken from assisted living home Monday
Twenty-five dollars in cash was stolen from an assisted living home on Montgomery Avenue in Woodbridge Monday between 7 and 8:30 p.m., Detective Dennis Mangan, Prince William police spokesman, said Tuesday.
There was no sign of forced entry, Mangan said.