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Three Men Charged With Vandalizing Dozens of Vehicles in Centreville

David L. Stribling, 24, and Glen D. Edwards, Jr., 23, of Centreville, and Tracy A. Carmichael, 21, of Manassas, face numerous felony charges.

Fairfax County Police have charged three local men in connection to 44 Centreville area vandalisms that occurred during one night in January. 

David L. Stribling, 24, and Glen D. Edwards, Jr., 23, of Centreville, and Tracy A. Carmichael, 21, of Manassas were recently arrested and face numerous felony and misdemeanor property destruction and larceny charges. Police have filed 19 felony charges in the case. 

There may be additional arrests soon as well, police said. 

Sometime between 1 and 5 a.m. Jan. 10, the suspects smashed the windows out of 44 vehicles in Centreville and stole items from them, Fairfax County Police said.

Thieves rummaged through the vehicles' glove boxes and stole a variety of items including GPS units, iPods, sunglasses and loose change, police said.

The areas of Centreville that were targeted were Bent Tree Circle, Little Rocky Run, Summer Tree Road, Glade Spring Drive and Cider Barrel Circle.

The information in this article was provided by the Fairfax County Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction. 

Zeivah February 21, 2013 at 05:08 PM
Make them pay restitution for not only everything they stole but also any insurance co-pays and damage to the cars. They should have an amount deducted out of their paychecks for the rest of their lives whether they are inside or outside of jail.
Christopher Gee February 22, 2013 at 06:43 PM
I'm glad they found those guys. I have seen two of the three asking for cigarettes in my area and i'm pretty sure they were the ones that opened my car to look through my glove box and center console. They didn't take anything so i didn't report it. I guess we can add a +2 to the 44 vehicles. We also had issues last year around the same time in the Crofton Commons area.

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