Murder suspect is
in custody in N.H.
A man wanted in the fatal stabbing of a 24-year-old man in Fairfax County in December has been taken into custody in New Hampshire, police said.
Endless Taylor, 24, has been charged with murder in the killing of 24-year-old Luis Bonilla on Dec. 1, Fairfax County police said. He was arrested in Hudson, N.H., after a police got a tip that he might be in the Lowell, Mass., area.
Fairfax County police officers were on routine patrol when they found Bonilla suffering from trauma to the upper body near a wooded area in the 7100 block of Fairchild Drive about 11:15 p.m. on Dec. 1, police said. Officers tried to resuscitate Bonilla, but he was pronounced dead at the scene.
Taylor was later identified as a suspect in the case. Taylor and Bonilla were acquaintances, and police said they are investigating a disagreement between the two in the weeks leading up to the killing.
— Justin Jouvenal
Police identify man
who was fatally shot
Police in Montgomery County identified a man who was shot and killed over the weekend.
Andrew Douglas Turner, 18, was killed Saturday at his home in the 12900 block of Falling Water Circle in Germantown.
The shooting happened about 4:30 p.m. when a 911 call center got a call for a report of a man being shot. When officers arrived, they found Turner, who was dead inside the home.
The shooting comes in a year when there have been more than 240 homicides in the D.C. region. Of those, about 16 have been in Montgomery County, according to tracking by The Washington Post.
— Dana Hedgpeth
Officials: Man posed
as a physician
A man who prosecutors say posed as a physician and treated patients in southeastern Virginia has been arrested in Kansas.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia said in a news release that Vishal Patel, 30, of Glen Allen, was arrested Tuesday by Drug Enforcement Administration agents in Overland Park, Kansas.
According to an indictment, Patel has never been licensed to practice medicine in Virginia. Prosecutors say Patel stole identifying information of a licensed physician and obtained documents that fraudulently said Patel was a doctor.
The indictment says Patel used the fake documents to get a job at a health center in Newport News, Va.
Prosecutors say Patel saw patients, conducted and ordered tests and exams, and prescribed medication.
— Associated Press