Police say Georgia thieves with ties to Virginia staged break-ins

Police say Georgia thieves with ties to Virginia staged break-ins

FAIRFAX, Va. — Four people accused of a home burglary in Georgia will be extradited to Fairfax County after police linked the group to a series of home burglaries that targeted McLean, Reston, Oakton and Great Falls.

Within just two weeks, Fairfax County police allege one of the burglars posed as a flower delivery person several times before the group broke into homes after finding no one was home.

In four of the burglaries, a woman approached the home carrying flowers and knocked on the door. When no one answered, she returned to the car and a short time later, two men forced their way into the house and stole valuables, including jewellery, cash and wallets.

Police say the suspects concealed their identities by tampering with home surveillance cameras. Similar robberies were reported on the following days:

  • Dec. 28 – 900 block of Dominion Reserve Drive, McLean at 6 p.m
  • Dec. 29 – 1100 block of Bishopgate Way, Reston at 6 p.m
  • January 1 – 1100 block of Windrock Drive, McLean at 2 a.m
  • January 8 – 11000 block of Lance Lane, Oakton at 5:30 p.m
  • Jan. 9 – 11100 block of Farm Road, Great Falls, sometime between 12:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.

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In January, Criminal Investigation Division officers located the vehicle the suspects were seen traveling in and discovered the vehicle driving through a residential area in Cobb County, Georgia.

Investigators contacted the Cobb County Sheriff’s Department (CCPD), who informed them that the vehicle was connected to a recent burglary in their county. The two departments worked together to find and arrest the four suspects:

  • Juan Pablo Montesinos Neira, 34, was charged with three counts of burglary.
  • Rey Jesus Arturo Morales Carwin, 27, was charged with three counts of conspiracy to commit a felony.
  • Delhan Jesus Esteban Osorio Jara, 23, was charged with three counts of burglary.
  • Carla Alejandra Vicencio Maysonette, 43, was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit a felony, two counts of burglary; Second-tier managers or attachés before the fact.

All four accused robbers are in custody in Cobb County and will be extradited to Fairfax County after facing charges in Georgia.

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