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Prince William County Police Department Incident Report

by - posted Aug 2 2013 9:15AM
Incidents and arrests released on:                                                                         Thursday, August 1, 2013
Death Investigation – On August 1st at 6:30AM, Prince William County Police responded to assist members of the Internet Crimes against Children Task Force and Homeland Security with the execution of a search warrant and an arrest warrant at an address in the 9500 block of Covington Pl in Manassas (20109). As federal agents approached the home, they encountered the suspect exiting the residence. The suspect ignored commands by the agents and fled down an alleyway in between two townhomes. Agents confronted the suspect in the alleyway, at which point, he brandished a handgun and pointed it towards the agents. One of the agents fired at that suspect, striking him the lower body. The suspect then ran behind a fence area where he was found with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head and pronounced dead.  No other injuries were reported. Detectives from the Prince William County Violent Crimes Bureau are investigating the death aspect of this investigation. For further information on the search warrant itself, please contact Homeland Security Investigations. The investigation continues.
The suspect was been identified as Douglas Clayton LEWIS, 56, of 9580 Covington Pl in Manassas
Commercial Burglary – On July 31st at 8:12AM, police responded to the Old Hickory Golf Course located at 11921 Chanceford Dr in Woodbridge (22192) for a burglary. Staff reported to police that the burglary occurred sometime during the overnight hours. Entry appeared to have been made into a side door where golf carts are stored. Two golf carts were taken and drove around the course causing an estimated $5,300 in damage. One of the golf carts, valued around $5,000, had extensive damage after the suspect(s) drove it into a tree. No property was reported missing.
Residential Burglary – On July 30th at 9:51PM, police responded to the 8200 block of Crackling Fire Dr in Gainesville (20155) for a burglary. Homeowner reported to police that the burglary occurred between 8:45PM and 9:15PM. There were no signs of forced entry into the residence. Entry was made into an attached garage through an open door. A dirt bike, valued around $1,000, was reported missing.

Trammell, Charles.jpgMalicious Wounding – On July 30th at 9:45PM, police responded to the area of Ashton Ave and Sudley Manor Dr in Manassas (20109) to investigate an assault. The victim, a 39 year old woman of Manassas, reported to police that she and the accused, a known acquaintance, were involved in a verbal altercation which escalated. During the encounter, the accused assaulted the victim and knocked her to the ground. The victim was transported to an area hospital for significant, but non-life threatening injuries, to her face. Following the investigation, the accused was arrested.
                Arrested on July 30th:
                Charles Henry TRAMMELL, 42, of the 10100 block of Shiloh Ct in Manassas
                Charged with malicious wounding
                Court date: unavailable | Bond: held WITHOUT bond
Property Crimes Investigation – On July 30th, detectives from the Property Crimes Unit made two arrests of suspects connected to multiple credit card thefts from individuals living across the country. The investigation revealed that the accused, GYAMFI, received property that was purchased from various Home Depot stores using multiple stolen or fraudulently obtained credit cards. The investigation led detectives to the Public Storage located at 14123 Jefferson Davis Hwy in Woodbridge (22191) where search warrants were executed on three different storage units at the facility with an estimated total of $150,000 in high end kitchen appliances and other property being recovered. Another search warrant was executed at the home of the accused located at 2157 Armitage Cr in Woodbridge. As a result of that search, computers and other property were recovered. During the investigation, detectives learned that the accused made contact with a second suspect, OPPONG, in order to attempt to destroy evidence.  Following the investigation, both suspects were arrested. The investigation continues.
                Arrested on July 30th:
                Sabastian Adu GYAMFI, 56, of 2157 Armitage Ct in Woodbridge
Charged with 2 counts of credit card theft, 1 count of obstruction of justice, and 1 count of possession of stolen property
                Court date: unavailable | Bond: $100,000 secured
                Diana OPPONG, 37, of 2157 Armitage Ct in Woodbridge
                Charged with obstruction of justice
                Court date: unavailable | Bond: $10,000 secured
                                        Gyamfi, Sabastian.jpg             Oppong, Diana.jpg
                                                GYAMFI                                                              OPPONG
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08/02/2013 9:16AM
Prince William County Police Department Incident Report
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