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2 Virginia Officers Shot on Call That Killed Rookie 'Recovering Well'

March 4, 2016
Officers David McKeown, 33, and Jesse Hempen, 31, were shot Feb. 26 in an incident in which Officer Ashley Guindon was fatally wounded during her first shift on the job.

Fallen Virginia Officer Honored in Two States

March 3, 2016
Police officers, motorcycle units, honor guards and ceremonial rifle units all stood at attention in formation outside the Woodbridge church. Inside, more than 3,000 mourners including family, friends, colleagues and dignitaries such as Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe participated in a service that lasted more than an hour. More Here.

Video: Fallen Virginia Officer Honored in Two States

March 3, 2016
Police officers, motorcycle units, honor guards, and ceremonial rifle units all stood at attention in formation outside the Woodbridge church. Inside, more than 3,000 mourners including family, friends, colleagues, and dignitaries such as Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe participated in a service that lasted more than an hour.

Army Sergeant Reportedly Admitted Shooting Virginia Officers

February 29, 2016
The Army staff sergeant accused of killing his wife and a Prince William County, VA, police officer on her first day on the job was held without bond Monday after being arraigned.

Video: Army Sergeant Charged with Killing Virginia Officer on Her First Day on the Job

February 28, 2016
Authorities identified the suspect accused of shooting and killing a Prince William County, VA, police officer a day after she was sworn in, and wounding two of her colleagues as they responded to a call about an argument at a northern Virginia home.

Man Charged with Killing Virginia Officer on Her First Day on the Job

February 28, 2016
Authorities identified the suspect accused of shooting and killing a Prince William County, VA, police officer a day after she was sworn in, and wounding two of her colleagues as they responded to a call about an argument at a northern Virginia home. More Here.

Prince William Police Arrange Treatment for Drug Users After Raids

July 8, 2014
Virginia officers raided 19 locations and arrested 53 people over three days last month in drug raids. But after each arrest, a detective or other officer sat down with the suspects and offered to have a chaplain take them to a drug treatment center right away.

NLEOMF Begins Engraving 2013 Officer Names

May 8, 2013
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has begun engraving the names of 321 fallen law enforcement officers who will be honored as part of National Police Week next week.

Va. Cops Refused Service at Buffalo Wild Wings

March 27, 2013
Eight Prince William County (Va.) Police officers were refused service Wednesday at the Manassas Buffalo Wild Wings location, because they had their service weapons displayed.

Va. Motor Cop Killed In Fiery Crash

December 31, 2012
Prince William County (Va.) Police Officer Chris Yung was killed in a fiery wreck Monday afternoon on Va. 28 near Piper Lane just outside Manassas.
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