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COMMUNITY ALERT: Share this Sketch to find the Alexandria killer

COMMUNITY ALERT: Share this Sketch to find the Alexandria killer

ALEXANDRIA (WUSA9) -- Alexandria Police and WUSA9 are teaming up to share this sketch as many times as possible throughout the city and the surrounding areas.

The man in the sketch is possibly responsible for three different murders in the City of Alexandria. 

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PD: Naked man on drugs did push-ups in Arlington street

ARLINGTON, Va. (WUSA9) -- Police arrested a naked man who was doing push-ups in the middle of an Arlington street Thursday.

Timothy Lowe, 31, of Arlington, Va. was arrested on Oct. 16 in the 3200 block of S. 24th Street.

He was naked, on drugs, and doing push-ups in the middle of the street and ignored commands by police to stop, officials said.

Police used a Taser to bring Lowe into custody after he approached officers in an aggressive manner while cursing, officials said.

Lowe was arrested and charged with indecent exposure, disorderly conduct and obstruction of justice. He was held without bond.

Woman sick at Pentagon does not have Ebola

ARLINGTON (WUSA9) -- The woman who became sick in the parking lot of the Pentagon raising Ebola concerns does not have the virus, a public health investigation has concluded.

Arlington Public Health and Fairfax Public Health released the information in a joint press release on Friday. The release stated that the woman had been questioned by medical staff and that authorities were "confident" that she did not have Ebola.

All 22 passengers aboard the tour bus carrying the ill woman near the Pentagon were cleared to leave on Friday afternoon. Officials are investigating the woman's illness as a possible Ebola case. Other passengers have been told to self-monitor until the health department gets a report on the woman, reports WUSA9's Bruce Leshan.

Police: 2 police impersonations could be linked

ARLINGTON, Va. (WUSA9) -- Police want all women in the area to be on the lookout now that two different states are reporting men "impersonating officer" incidents. There's a strong chance both may even be connected.

"Extremely lucky was this victim in this case," said Arlington County police spokesperson Dustin Sternbeck, talking about the incident closest to Washington D.C.

Sternbeck said it happened on Saturday just before midnight in the Ballston area when an African American man wearing plain clothes with a dark colored Crown Victoria pulled over a woman using a flashing light on the dashboard.

The suspect, according to the victim, showed a badge and demanded she exit her vehicle into his not once, but twice. Once the victim refused and demanded a uniformed officer be present, Sternbeck said the suspect left.

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Arlington police impersonator tried to lure woman in car

ARLINGTON, Va. – Someone impersonating a police officer tried to lure a woman into his vehicle in the Ballston area, Arlington County police said.

The incident happened around 11:35 Saturday night. A 31-year-old woman was driving when she pulled over in the 4000 block of N. 11th Street after seeing a red rotating dashboard light, according to police.

The suspect pulled out a badge and told the woman to get out of the car and to go with him to the police station, police said.

The victim told the police impersonator she wanted an officer in uniform to respond to the scene. The suspect then fled the scene, police said.

The suspect is being described as a black man, about 6 feet tall and 200 pounds. He was wearing a faded black winter coat and blue jeans at the time of the incident, according to police.

Same sex couples tie the knot in Arlington

ARLINGTON (WUSA9) -- Two young women from Centerville, Va. were among the first same-sex couples to be married Monday in Virginia.

The women, Erika Turner and Jennifer Melsop, both 26-years-old, were planning on having their wedding August in D.C. When they heard the news Monday morning, they could not pass up the opportunity to get married in their own state.

They went to Arlington County to have the ceremony performed because they learned they would be able to get the license and have someone officiate the wedding.

The two women were the first same-sex couple to marry in Arlington County. Reverend Lynn Olson Peebles was ready and waiting to perform the ceremony after the couple bought a now legal marriage license.

Erika is a registered nurse and Jennifer is a vet technician. The women have been together for four years and have been engaged for a year and a half.



On Sat., Oct. 11, the City of Manassas Utilities and Public Works department is hosting their annual Public Utilities Day event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at their facility at 8500 Public Works Drive in Manassas, Va. The event features free tours of the facility, various utility displays, electric city, water shed, sewer shed and digger derrick demonstrations, kids’ activities, raffle prizes, a barbecue lunch by Virginia Barbecue, ice cream by Nathan’s and Miss Lyn balloonist. For more information, go to www.manassascity.org, or contact Ana Davis 703-257-8276.