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Posted on 03/10/2013 1:15:14 PM PDT by marktwain
Aggravated Malicious Wounding On March 7th at 1:16PM, police responded to the Pawn City located at 4124 Dale Blvd in Woodbridge (22193) for an initial report of a robbery. The investigation revealed that a known customer to the business, identified as the accused, was in the process of completing a transaction with the victim, a 62 year old man of Burke. The victim is an employee of the business. After completing the transaction, the accused displayed a knife and stabbed the victim in the neck. The victim fell to the ground, at which point, the accused got over the counter and stabbed the victim a second time. The victim was able to retrieve a firearm causing the accused to flee the business in a vehicle. The victim was flown to an area hospital as a precaution for non-life threatening injuries. Detectives from the Violent Crimes Bureau were able to quickly identify the suspect. Detectives and officers located the vehicle in the area of River Ridge Blvd. A traffic stop was conducted on Wayside Dr where the accused was detained without incident. Following the investigation, the accused was subsequently arrested.
Arrested on March 7th:
Andre Paul POINDEXTER, 20, of 3011 Desert Palm Ct in Dumfries
Charged with aggravated malicious wounding
Court date set for April 23, 2013, held WITHOUT bond
Didn’t the President say, “if I had a son he would look like....”
Most Poindexters his age are in college, not stabbing people/s;)
“...a known customer to the business...”
Any sort of explanation? What the hell (if anything) was going on in his head?
LOL You see his mug and you need to ask?
Needed money for dope. They don’t think clearly when they’re jonesing like that.
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