(Updated at 4:45 pm) Local police have arrested a man suspected of crashing a stolen car into a Lorton home earlier this morning at around 4:40 a.m.
Nico Anthony Doublet, 32, was arrested today (Thursday), after a community-led search.
The car drove into a home in the area of Cumbria Valley Drive and Derwent Valley Court. The suspect was wearing dark clothing and a surgical mask. He is described as a Black male in his 20s.
Police said the man was seen taking things from various cars in the neighborhood. Police attempted to stop the man in the act, but he sped away in the stolen car — which was taken from the neighborhood.
Officers followed him on foot, after which the man crashed into an electrical transformer near the house. The house and car then caught fire.
No injuries were reported, according to the Fairfax County Police Department.
Officers are in the area of Cumbria Valley Dr. and Derwent Valley Ct. in Lorton, for a stolen car that drove into a house. The suspect is described as a B/M in his 20s, wearing dark clothing and a surgical mask. There are no injuries at this time. Call 911 w/ info. #FCPD pic.twitter.com/O0SYYL3Qom
— Fairfax County Police (@FairfaxCountyPD) September 7, 2023
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