5 Reportedly Shot At Fairfax Co. Police Station
POSTED: 4:12 pm EDT May 8, 2006
UPDATED: 5:22 pm EDT May 8, 2006
CHANTILLY, Va. -- Shots have been fired at a police station in Fairfax County, News4 reported.
The incident happened at about 4 p.m. outside of the Sulley District Station in the 4900 block of Stonecroft Boulevard, which is just north of Centreville.
There are unconfirmed reports that five people have been shot -- four police officers and a suspect.
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There are also unconfirmed reports that two officers are in critical condition.
Initial reports indicated that someone armed with a rifle started shooting at the police station. Police were on the lookout for a white Ford pick-up truck that may be related to the shootings. The truck, which has Virginia plates JPK8892, has been recovered.
Police are searching for at least one suspect in vehicles at the Westfield Marriott Hotel, according to freelance photographer Gregg Mathieson who is in the area.
All Fairfax County police stations have been placed on lockdown.
Stay with News4 and nbc4.com for more information.
Check the dumpsters - crooks love to high in those - and for hours...
Lord have mercy.