Mocobizscene- On January 17, the police in Georgia apprehended four individuals believed to be responsible for a series of burglaries known as the “Rose Ruse” in McLean, Great Falls, Oakton, and Reston. According to the Fairfax County police, these arrests marked a significant breakthrough in the ongoing investigation.
County police have reported that the suspects had a specific approach to carrying out their crimes. One individual would approach a house, holding a bouquet of flowers, and knock on the door. If there was no response, this person would then return to the suspects’ vehicle. Subsequently, multiple suspects would forcefully enter the targeted home.
According to the police, the suspects, in an attempt to hide their identities, covered their faces and tampered with home surveillance cameras. They targeted multiple homes and managed to steal jewelry, cash, and purses.
The burglaries took place on the following dates:
- On January 11th, between 1 and 2 p.m., an incident occurred in the 1400 block of Mayhurst Boulevard in McLean.
- On January 9th, a crime occurred between 12:30 and 6:30 p.m. in the 11100 block of Farm Road in Great Falls.
- On January 8th, at 5:30 p.m., an incident occurred in the 11000 block of Lance Lane in Oakton.
- On January 2 at 6 p.m., an incident occurred in Oakton on Blue Roan Road in the 10000 block.
- On January 1st, at 2 a.m., an incident occurred in the 1100 block of Windrock Drive in McLean.
- On December 29th, at 6 p.m., an incident occurred in the 1100 block of Bishopgate Way in Reston.
- On December 28th, a report was made regarding an incident that occurred at 6 p.m. in the 900 block of Dominion Reserve Drive in McLean.
In January, the Fairfax County police detectives successfully identified the vehicle the suspects were using. On January 17, it was discovered that the vehicle was moving through a residential area in Cobb County, Georgia. The county detectives promptly notified the Cobb County Police Department about the vehicle’s involvement in a recent burglary within their jurisdiction. Thanks to the seamless coordination between the two police departments, the CCPD officers were able to apprehend four suspects and bring charges against them in connection with the burglary in Georgia.
According to authorities, detectives from Fairfax County travelled to Georgia and successfully established a connection between the four suspects and multiple burglaries in Fairfax County.
Detectives obtained warrants for the suspects involved in burglaries in Fairfax County on Feb. 7. all four suspects are being held in Cobb County without bond.
Juan Pablo Montecinos Neira, 34, has been charged with three counts of burglary. Rey Jesus Arturo Morales Caruin, 27, is facing three counts of conspiracy to commit a felony. Dylhan Jesus Esteban Osorio Jara, 23, has been charged with three counts of burglary. Karla Alejandra Vicencio Maysonet, 43, is facing one count of conspiracy to commit a felony, and two counts of burglary as a principal in the second degree or accessory before the fact.
According to a spokesperson from the county police, the suspects are not initially from Fairfax County, and law enforcement is currently working to ascertain their country of origin.
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