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Gainesville woman, 18, turns herself into police in connection with Dec. 3 burglaries

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Commercial Burglaries *SUSPECTS IDENTIFIED | ARREST – On December 3, detectives with the Prince William County Police Department’s Property Crimes Unit identified two suspects who were involved in two commercial burglaries along Dale Blvd in Woodbridge earlier that morning. Following the investigation, detectives obtained warrants for both of the suspects.

One of the suspects, identified as Aubrey Kay TRABUC, turned herself into detectives at the Paul T. White Building in Manassas later that evening. Attempts to locate the second suspect, identified as Darrian Jalil JOINER, have been unsuccessful. The investigation continues.
Arrested on December 3:
Aubrey Kay TRABUC, 18, of 14737 Deming Dr, Apt 202, in Gainesville
Charged with 2 counts of burglary, 2 count of grand larceny, and 2 counts of destruction of property
Court Date: January 23, 2018 | Bond: Held on a $20,000 secured bond

Wanted:
Darrian Jalil JOINER, 19, of the 14600 block of Fox Glove Ct in Woodbridge
Described as a black male, 5’05”, 130lbs, with brown eyes and black hair
Wanted for 2 counts of burglary, 2 counts of grand larceny, and 2 counts of destruction of property

Commercial Burglary [Previously Released] – On December 3 at 7:50AM, officers responded to the Tobacco Hut located at 5820 Mapledale Plz in Woodbridge (22193) to investigate a burglary. The investigation revealed that sometime between 2:00AM and 7:50AM, entry was made into the business through the front, glass door which was found damaged. Several smoking devices and tobacco products were reported missing. The investigation continues.

Commercial Burglary [Previously Released] – On December 3 at 6:34AM, officers responded to the Birago International Market located at 4359 Dale Blvd in Woodbridge (22193) to investigate a burglary. The investigation revealed that sometime between 12:30AM and 1:45AM, entry was made into the business through a glass door which was found damaged. Money and scratch off lottery tickets were reported missing. The investigation continues.

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Anyone with information regarding the incidents listed in this report is asked to contact the Prince William County Police Department at 703-792-5123 or by email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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