Monday, May 13, 2013
The 23-year-old victim was asleep in her tent when she was attacked, according to Prince William County Police.
A homeless woman was raped by an acquaintance as she slept in her tent Monday, Prince William County Police said. Anthony Eugene Wilson, 46, of no fixed address, is charged with rape and forcible sodomy. Police responded at 4:11 a.m. to the report of a rape by Potomac Mills Road and Town Center Drive in the Dale City area. The 23-year-old woman reported that she was asleep in her tent when Wilson raped her, then fled the area. Wilson turned himself in later that morning, police said. He is held without bond pending his court date. The information in this article was provided by the Prince William County Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Damarius Lamarr Stewart, 31, of Woodbridge, and Marquis Rayquais White, 23, of Dale City, face multiple charges.
Two Woodbridge women said they were raped by acquaintances as the women slept on New Year's Eve, Prince William County Police said. Damarius Lamarr Stewart, 31, of Woodbridge, and Marquis Rayquais White, 23, of Dale City, have been charged with rape, aggravated sexual battery and object sexual penetration. Detectives from the Special Victims Unit responded Tuesday to the report of a rape on the 15000 block of Lost Canyon Court. The 28-year-old and the 24-year-old women invited Stewart and White to their residence on New Year's Eve. Sometime during the night, the two women fell asleep, according to a press release. Both men are accused of sexually assaulting and raping the victims as they slept, said Officer Jonathan Perok, a spokesman …
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
A slight decrease has resulted in fewer murders, rapes, robberies, burglaries and motor vehicle thefts.
The overall crime rate for Prince William County in 2010 has slightly declined. Chief of Police Charlie T. Deane said that in 2009; there was a rate of 19.5 crimes per 1,000 residents in the county. For last year, that measurement is slightly lower, at 19.2 crimes per one thousand residents. Deane said the overall number of reported property crimes rose less than one percent while the number of reported violent crime fell by just over five percent. In total, murder, rape, robbery, burglary and motor vehicle theft decreased while aggravated assault and larceny saw small increases. Deane also noted that nine murders occurred in the county in 2010, of which all have been solved. The police department has a 63.3 percent closure rate in crimes …