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Police report a shooting in Lincolnia

Fairfax County Police are investigating a shooting this evening in the 6300 block of Little River Turnpike in Lincolnia. That appears to be in the Landmark Plaza area.

The victim has been transported to the hospital with an injury to the lower body that is not considered life-threatening, the FCPD tweeted shortly after 6 p.m. on Oct. 24.

Anyone with information is urged to call 911.

12 responses to “Police report a shooting in Lincolnia

  1. Oh, at LANDMARK? What a SURPRISE. I remember being tongue-lashed by wokesters on this blog when I said Landmark was a lost cause. These incidents will happen again and again and again.

    At least the police aren’t reporting crime data any more, so kind of like it didn’t happen.

    1. *sigh* “Wokesters?” That’s a laughable attempt to boost your own morale. Is this an“I told you so!” moment? Super mature. There are human beings who live and work there and who experience these tragedies first hand. Nothing involving human life and safety should be deemed a lost cause.

      But anyways, with the redevelopment of the hospital, I’m sure there will be more attention in the area.

      1. GT, as the self-appointed language sheriff of Annandale Today, why don’t you tell us? Still waiting on a few of your definitions, come to think of it…

        1. Funny, I’m still waiting on people to backup their statements for once with actual documented proof. Guess I’m asking too much?

          1. How can we now that government doesn’t release facts or information on crime that actually informs the community? Orwellian policy and practice prevents it.

          2. JTR, If one is unable to gain access to the specific data/info on that subject, then why state something as fact in the first place? Doesn’t make sense to me unless you clearly state it’s your opinion and you don’t know the facts. As hopefully you can see, no one is doing that. This is part of the disinformation problem we have in this country.

      2. It means someone like you who is overly conscious of perceived racial discrimination in society and other forms of supposed “oppression” and “injustice.”

        1. Someone like me? Huh, good to know. I will continue to question its use because it’s so overly abused by folks who clearly are scared to say what they really feel.

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