Lorton man accused of sexual assault, impersonating FBI agent

A Lorton man is accused of impersonating an FBI agent and sexually assaulting an employee at a local massage parlor, authorities in Fairfax County said Thursday.

Kedrick Evans, 48, was arrested on Tuesday and charged with abduction, sexual battery and two counts of impersonating a law enforcement officer, police said.

(Fairfax County Police) - Kedrick Evans.

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Police said that in May, they began receiving reports from massage parlors in the area that a customer had been displaying what he claimed were law enforcement credentials from the FBI. This week, a female employee of one of the massage parlors reported that the customer sexually assaulted her.

Police identified the customer as Evans and arrested him. Evans is not affiliated with the FBI, police said.

The case remains under investigation, and police believe there may be other victims. Anyone with information can call 703-691-2131.

 
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