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Man arrested in adult store with sex doll is Army officer

Update, 4:10 p.m., 7/7: The Army reported Thursday that Justin Dale Little Jim is a captain stationed at Fort Belvoir, and that he is a veterinarian. Spokesman Troy Rolan said that Little Jim received a direct commission last June.

Original post: Life in the Army can be hard, and fraternization is discouraged. But where in the regulations does it say you can’t have sex with a plastic blow-up doll?

It’s actually not against Virginia law, either, which is why places such as Woodbridge’s MVC Late Night adult store sell the dolls. But it IS against the law to break into such stores, and Prince William County authorities allege that Justin Dale Little Jim did unlawfully enter the shop on Route 1 about 2:35 a.m. Tuesday. When officers responded to the scene, a police dog led them to a store closet, where they found Little Jim, wearing women’s panties and engaged in an act of sweet sweet love with one of the store’s products, Prince William Commonwealth’s Attorney Paul B. Ebert said.


Perok said the report did not describe what items, exactly, had allegedly been stolen. Ebert alleged the items were “similar accessories” to what was in the closet with Little Jim and the doll.

Perok said Little Jim was charged with burglary, felony destruction of property and grand larceny. Little Jim listed an address in the 13300 block of Colchester Ferry Road in Woodbridge. An Army spokesman confirmed Wednesday that Little Jim was a soldier. Little Jim was being held in the Prince William jail Wednesday without bond. first uncovered this tryst.

This post has been updated since it was first published.

Tom Jackman is a native of Northern Virginia and has been covering the region for The Post since 1998.
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