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ViCAP Alert

ViCAP Alert Missing Person

ViCAP Alert

Violent Crime, Sex Crimes, Cold Case, and Crime Analysis Units

Homicide and Sexual Assault


Unidentified Offender Decription
Race: Black
Sex: Male
Age: 25 to 35
Height: 5’9” to 6’0”
Weight: 180 to 220 lbs.
Distinguishing characteristics:
Beard and moustache

This offender has been forensically linked to two cases in the state of Virginia. On September 24, 2005, a 26-year-old female was walking home from a store in Fairfax when the offender grabbed her from behind, carried her to a pool/park area, and sexually assaulted her. On October 17, 2009, 20-year-old Morgan Dana Harrington last was seen leaving a Metallica concert at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. On January 26, 2010, Harrington’s remains were recovered in a field on a 700-acre farm in Albemarle County. The investigating agencies are requesting assistance in identifying the offender responsible for these crimes.

To provide or request additional information, please contact Detective Michael Boone of the Fairfax, Virginia, Police Department at 703-385-7959 or michael.boone@fairfaxva.gov; Agent Dino Cappuzzo, Virginia State Police, at 434-414-4456 or dino.cappuzzo@vsp.virginia.gov; or the FBI’s Violent Criminal Apprehension Program at 800-634-4097 or vicap@leo.gov.

Contact ViCAP for information on how your agency can obtain access to the ViCAP Web National Crime Database and view these cases. To review other ViCAP Alerts, please visit http://www/fbi/gov/wanted/vicap/vicap.htm.


March 2012 LEB Table of Contents

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Back to the Cover

Restraint in the Use of Deadly Force
Preliminary data shed light on restraint in the use of deadly force by law enforcement officers.
By Anthony J. Pinizzotto, Edward F. Davis, Shannon B. Bohrer, and Benjamin J. Infanti

Leadership Spotlight
Idle Hands

Focus on Training
Corrective Feedback in Police Work

ViCAP Alert
Homicide and Sexual Assault

Police Practice
Intelligence-Led Policing

Revolutionizing Policing Through Servant-Leadership and Quality Management
The empowerment of law enforcement employees by their leaders can lead to widespread enthusiasm and creative problem solving in the workplace.
By Bill Gardner and John Reece

Bulletin Notes

Patch Call

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