Amazon officials met with Gov. Ralph Northam, toured potential HQ2 sites; Naked couple arrested after Ashburn stroll

Northern Virginia’s daily dose of local and national news for Tuesday, March 6.

Last week, Amazon officials got breakfast with Gov. Ralph Northam before embarking on potential HQ2 site tours in Alexandria, Arlington and at the Innovative Technology campus. The officials also toured Washington, D.C. and Montgomery County.
(The Washington Post)

Sunday afternoon, a couple was arrested after walking hand-in-hand, completely naked, through an Ashburn development before arriving at a Sterling hotel.
(Loudoun Times-Mirror)

Monday, Jon Stewart spoke at the Clarendon launch of the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) Institute for Hope and Healing.
(ARL Now)

Monday, six MS-13 members were convicted for the May kidnapping and murder of Leesburg’s 18-year-old Carlos Otero-Henriquez, who the criminals thought belonged to the 18th Street gang, a rival. Each individual’s convictions can be found here.
(AlexandriaNews.org)

Ishmael Harrison, the 18-year-old accused of threatening Fairfax High School on Feb. 21, turned himself in yesterday. Upon searching Harrison’s home, police found over 200 rounds of an ammunition that is often used in an AR-15.
(WTOP)

Across the street from the Signature apartments at the Reston Town Center, demolition for the 17-story building that will eventually house Leidos Holdings has begun.
(Reston Now)

Monday, a 49-year-old Florida man was charged for the 1995 sexual assault of four female roommates living in Reston. The case went cold in the years immediately following the incident, but new leads led Fairfax County Police to test biological samples that matched those collected in 1995.
(The Washington Post)

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