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BY FCPD MEDIA RELATIONS BUREAU on JULY 7, 2017
West Springfield Police District – Detectives have identified a person of interest whom they believe was responsible for the April murder of an elderly man at a retirement community. 77-year-old Cong Huu Nguyen was killed April 20 at his home at the Little River Glen Senior Retirement Community in Fairfax. The investigation shows the person of interest was someone Nguyen knew well, and the only person believed to be involved in this murder.
Detectives also learned, with the assistance of the Department of Homeland Security, Homeland Security Investigations, the suspect flew to Vietnam the day after the homicide and was later found dead. Forensic examinations continue on this case, and once they’re complete, we will confirm the person of interest’s identity, as well as the cause and manner of that person’s death. Detectives are looking into the possibility the motive involved financial gain.
(Previous release 4/21/17) UPDATE: Detectives Release Photograph of Victim
West Springfield Police District – Detectives have released a photograph of the homicide victim, Cong Huu Nguyen. The investigation continues and detectives are again asking for the public’s assistance in providing any information regarding this case.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective J.D. Long of the Homicide Section at 703-246-7800 or 703-246-7810, or Crime Solvers electronically by visiting www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text-a-tip by texting “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES(274637)** or by calling 1-866-411-TIPS(8477). During the upcoming weekend, please call Fairfax County Police at 703-691-2131.
(042117) Detectives Investigating Homicide at Senior Retirement Community in Fairfax
West Springfield Police District – Detectives are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the person(s) responsible for the murder of 77-year-old Cong Huu Nguyen.
Officers were called to the Little River Glen Senior Retirement Community, 4003 Barker Court on Thursday, April 20 shortly after 8 a.m. for the report of a resident of the center who had been found deceased in his apartment. Officers arrived and were directed to the apartment where they found the deceased, later identified as Mr. Nguyen, with apparent trauma to the upper body. Detectives from the Homicide and Crime Scene Sections were summoned to the scene and their investigation began.
Mr. Nguyen’s body was taken to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner to determine cause and manner of death.
Today, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner notified detectives that the cause of Mr. Nguyen’s death was ruled a homicide and the manner was determined to be upper body trauma.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective J.D. Long of the Homicide Section at 703-246-7800 or 703-246-7810, or Crime Solvers electronically by visiting www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text-a-tip by texting “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES(274637)** or by calling 1-866-411-TIPS(8477), or call Fairfax County Police at 703-691-2131.
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BY FCPD MEDIA RELATIONS BUREAU on JULY 17, 2017
WHO: Open to all members of the media including anchors, reporters, photographers, producers, assignment editors and news directors.
WHAT: The Fairfax County Police Department is proud to offer its inaugural Media Police Academy. This exciting new program gives members of the media a first-hand look at a day in the life of an officer. There will be several hands-on training scenarios including traffic stops. This will give you a first-hand look at the safety considerations and tactics we use, and you will be able to conduct your own mock traffic stop from start to finish.
We will also have life-like exercises in other areas. You can flex your communication skills in a de-escalation scenario, test your decision-making abilities in the shoot-no shoot simulator, and learn how we handle a domestic incident.
Other discussions during the day will include release of information during investigations, use of force issues, and the way social media is changing law enforcement.
*** Cameras are welcome. Not only do we hope you learn a lot, but we will be happy to accommodate if you want to turn our Media Police Academy into your story for the day. ***
WHEN: July 20th, 8am-4pm. Lunch will be provided.
WHERE: Fairfax County Criminal Justice Academy
14601 Lee Road
Chantilly, Virginia 20151
WHY: The Media Police Academy will be a fast-paced, informative program that is designed to foster a better understanding of law enforcement work and the reasoning behind police decision-making and policies. The Fairfax County Police Department is excited to offer this opportunity to help our media partners better understand the role of law enforcement in the community.
RSVP to Reem Awad by Monday July 17th at Reem.Awad@fairfaxcounty.gov