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PW Police arrest another man in July 9 Manassas Mall shooting; fourth suspect still being sought

Over the course of the investigation, detectives have identified and charged two additional men in connection to the shooting that occurred at Manassas Mall located at 8300 Sudley Rd in Manassas (20109), on July 9. One of those men, identified as Eric Ronaldo BENITEZ, has since been taken into custody. The second suspect, identified as Tayvion Omari THORNTON, is currently being sought and attempts to locate this individual have been unsuccessful.

Va. Senate Committee of educators to review Gov. Youngkin’s “no cell phones in class” plan

Yesterday, Governor Youngkin issued an executive order requiring the Va, Department of Education (VDOE) to issue guidance for school divisions to adopt policies that establish “cell-phone free education” in Virginia Public schools. Today, State Sen. Scott Surovell, Senate Majority leader, asked three Senate Democratic education policy leaders to develop legislation addressing mobile phone use in Virginia’s public schools.

Three arrested in connection with shootings at Manassas Mall

On July 9, 2024 Prince William County detectives charged three men in connection with the shooting that occurred at Manassas Mall located at 8300 Sudley Rd in Manassas (20109) earlier that day.

PW Police seek public’s help in identifying suspects in Manassas Mall shooting incident July 9

Detectives are actively seeking the identities of the suspects in connection with this incident. Anyone who witnessed the incident or has information to identify the suspects or can otherwise aid in the investigation is asked to contact police at 703-792-6500. The investigation continues.

PWC Police dispatched to Manassas Mall for “shooting-in-progress”; incident appears contained

A vehicle has been stopped near the incident and additional parties have been detained. Their involvement in the incident has not been confirmed at this time. Police remain on the scene. The incident is contained and is not believed to be random. Investigators are asking anyone who may have witnessed the incident or has information to aid in the investigation to contact police at 703-792-6500. General access to the mall may be restricted at this time as the investigation continues.

Va. colleges make pact with Youngkin on veterans benefits

Gov. Glenn Youngkin today says that each of the leaders of Virginia’s public colleges and universities, including the chancellor of the Commonwealth’s community college system, has agreed to take all necessary action to ensure no student or prospective student is further adversely impacted by the gap in time from July 1st to when HB 6004 and SB 6012 are passed and signed to fully repeal and reverse the tuition waiver eligibility changes to the Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program and other similarly impacted programs.

Submarine cable manufacturing facility to invest $681 million in new facility in Chesapeake

Governor Glenn Youngkin has announced that LS GreenLink USA, Inc. will invest $681 million to build a state-of-the-art 750,000-sq.-ft. high-voltage direct current submarine cable manufacturing plant near Chesapeake to serve the global offshore wind industry

PWC Police kept bust over July 4th weekend

Three police officers were assaulted when they attempted to detain the accused in a domestic dispute.

Gov. Youngkin takes aim at cell phone-free education in Virginia

The Executive Order directs the Virginia Department of Education to initiate a robust public engagement effort with parents, students, teachers, local school leaders and other stakeholders to develop collaboratively policies and procedures that establish the age-appropriate restriction or elimination of cell phone use during instructional time, as well as to establish protocols allowing parents to contact their children in emergency and other important situations.

Va. colleges make pact with Youngkin on veterans benefits

Gov. Glenn Youngkin today says that each of the leaders of Virginia’s public colleges and universities, including the chancellor of the Commonwealth’s community college system, has agreed to take all necessary action to ensure no student or prospective student is further adversely impacted by the gap in time from July 1st to when HB 6004 and SB 6012 are passed and signed to fully repeal and reverse the tuition waiver eligibility changes to the Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program and other similarly impacted programs.

Ten people displaced, three homes burn after used fireworks tossed

Family of three loses home when trailer involved in fire

FEMA to evaluate emergency readiness of North Anna Power Station week of July 15

Mining equipment manufacturer to expand in Southwest Va. and bring 75+ new jobs

PWC Police Crime Report for Friday, June 28, 2024: Shoe theft and caustic spray

Council of Governments names Linda Cheeks as “PWC Foster Parent of the Year”

Volunteer Prince William’s Call to Action for June 28, 2024

Sentara adds trauma rooms, weapons detection system to Emergency Room in Woodbridge

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