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"I don't like this book because it don't got know pictures" Chief Rhorerer

“It’s becoming a disturbingly familiar scene in America - mentally unstable cops”

“It’s becoming a disturbingly familiar scene in America - mentally unstable cops”
“It’s becoming a disturbingly familiar scene in America - mentally unstable cops”

Another PR scam by the Fairfax County Police

Boycott this silliness, and lets get these idiots out to work 

 Fairfax County Police Department Crime Prevention Unit is planning a day-long program in OCtober to talk to citizen about crime and to show off the police equipment
you pay for so they can entrap you.

Fairfax County Cops Entrapment Scam Fails at a big cost

For over a month, six Fairfax County cops have an on going entrap scam to arrest  citizens that has, in its latest failure, attempted to trap 51 adults with almost no result.  
Fairfax County police cadets approach adults in parking lots of businesses that possess state Alcoholic Beverage Control licenses and ask the people to purchase alcohol for them.

If asked whether he is 21 years of age, the police cadet will respond with his true age. If the sale or service of alcohol transpires, a plain-clothes police officer intervenes and places charges against the adult.

Police approached 51 adults and made five arrests for illegal purchases of alcohol at 7-Eleven stores at 7451 Patterson Road, 1931 Old Gallows Road, 8391 Leesburg Pike, 8616 Park St. and 2915 Cedar Lane.
The operation was conducted using two teams, each consisting of one plain-clothes officer, one uniformed officer and one cadet.

Fairfax cop charged with assault

Brian Sonnenberg

The arrest happened at the 12800 block of Noltland Castle Drive, Bristow Va. 20136

A 21-year veteran of the Fairfax County Police Department has been arrested and charged with assault and battery.

According to the Prince William County Police Department, Brian James Sonnenberg, 44, of Bristow, was arrested Friday and charged with domestic assault and battery after a verbal altercation with an acquaintance “escalated and got out of hand.”

Police spokesman Jonathan Perok said that police were called to a Bristow residence by a 21-year-old man who reported that he had been assaulted by Sonnenberg, who is a veteran officer with the Fairfax County Police Department.

“Mr. Sonnenberg has been a police officer with the department for 21 years and stationed at the Mason District police station,” said Fairfax County Police Spokesman Bud Walker. “He has been placed on administrative leave pending the result of this case.”

According to Perok, the 21-year-old alleged victim sustained minor injuries and Sonnenberg was arrested without incident. Court date and bond information are currently unavailable, according to Prince William County Police.