Four robbery suspects arrested: Four Manassas men who allegedly burglarized more than 30 homes in Prince William County, Manassas and Vienna and stole about $50,000 worth of automobiles, cell phones and other valuables since March have been arrested by Manassas city police.

The suspects are David Lambert, 25, of the 9700 block of Clark Place; Keith Ferguson, 19, of the 9800 block of Maury Lane; Nathaniel McFadden, 24, of the 9700 block of Grant Avenue; and Bradley Tibbs, 20, of the 9200 block of Hood Road. Lambert was charged with grand larceny; the others were each charged with grand larceny and burglary.

Police are looking for two other suspects who have been charged in warrants with burglary and grand larceny: James Corum Jr., 18, and Bernard Hawkins, 20, both of the 9300 block of Taney Road.


Wounded men identified: Anne Arundel police identified two men yesterday who were injured Wednesday evening in what investigators think was an attempted murder-suicide in Pasadena. Police said that contrary to their initial report, neither man has died.

Detectives believe Darien L. Hudson, 25, shot Joseph F. Queen, 27, an acquaintance with whom he had a long-running dispute, once in the upper body during an altercation at Liberty Circle and Whitaker Road. Hudson then fled to the 7800 block of Willing Court where, according to witnesses, he shot himself in the head.

Authorities initially reported that Hudson, who has no fixed address, had died. Sgt. David Waltemeyer said yesterday evening that he remained in grave condition at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. Queen, of the 7900 block of Liberty Circle, was also at the hospital yesterday and was listed in stable condition. No charges have been filed.

Compiled from reports by staff writers.