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FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. 18 for a prior felony assault against Moussathat was previously unreported.

Detectives said the unreported assault was uncovered during the course of their investigation into Moussa and that alleged incident happened before she went missing on Jan. 12.

Sources tell FOX 5 Evan Lambert that the person of interest is Moussa County police also announced that Moussa case had been updated to an missing juvenile on Jan. 16, despite a press release from the department the following day that stated, at this point have no evidence that she is in immediate danger. Tuesday (Jan. 16), we met with the people from the Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the FBI. As we met with them and we discussed our various options, it was at that time with Jholie literally falling off the electronic radar no communication, no social media, no postings like that and talking with the family that this clearly now was something beyond normal, at that point we upgraded her status as an endangered missing juvenile and our efforts continued, Lt. James Bacon of the Fairfax County Police Department Major Crimes Bureau said during the Tuesday press conference. efforts continued everyday through interviews, searches, web searches, search warrants, legal process through social media and such, that continued up until the day she was found. repeatedlysaid there was no evidence or reason to believe Moussawas in danger and continued to state that until her body wasfound Friday morning at Woodlawn Neighborhood Park in Alexandria, less than one mile from her home. Police said her body was covered in leaves and debris.

Mjr Perez: I can tell you we have a person of interest who is 17. He’s being charged with a felony assault that had been unreported until this investigation began. He is NOT charged with Jholie’s death but is a person of interest.

Police said on Friday that this was the second time they had searched the park with the first time coming within days after she was reported missing.

According to police, Moussa death is being investigated as a homicide.

autopsy results are pending, Fairfax County police said in a statement. this time, we believe this is an isolated incident. We are continuing to investigate every lead. to FOX 5 Evan Lambert, a source confirmed one of the last calls to Moussa’s phone came from an area near the park where she was found dead. However, the GPS of the cellphone was not accurate enough to tell if the call came exactly from the park.

Moussa family had previously said an unknown man borrowed a 12 year old boy’s phone to make a call to Moussa phone on the day she went missing. It remains unclear if that man is a suspect in this case.

The 16 year old girl, who was a 10th grade student at Mount Vernon High School, was last seen on Jan. 12 and reported missing the following day. on Jan. 12 and she told her twin sister she was going to a party in Norfolk. Police said they looked into that tip, but it did not pan out.

Investigators had originally stated that Moussa did not appear to be an imminent danger since she left her home on her own accord. Until Friday, Moussa case was being treated as a juvenile runaway.

Detectives said they had spoken with about 20 people who had recent contact with Moussa. However, police said many of those 20 people whowere friends with Moussa were not fully cooperating with investigators.

Fairfax County police said nearly two weeks ago thatthe FBI was assisting in the search for Moussa.

A memorial service for Moussa was scheduled to be held Thursday at a church in Springfield

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (FOX5 DC) Police say the body found last week at a Fairfax County park has been officially identified as 16 year old Jholie Moussa, according to an autopsy.

Moussa’s body was found last Friday morning at Woodlawn Neighborhood Park in Alexandria, which is less than one mile from her home. Police say her body was covered in leaves and debris. Her body was taken to the medical examiner’s office for official identification. Investigators said they were able to tentatively identify Moussa last Friday by the appearance of the body and by a tattoo.

Police said on Friday that this was the second time they had searched the park the first time coming within days after she was reported missing.

According to police, Moussa death is being investigated as a homicide.

autopsy results are pending, Fairfax County police said in a statement. this time, we believe this is an isolated incident. We are continuing to investigate every lead. to FOX 5 Evan Lambert, a source has confirmedone of last phone calls toMoussa’s phone came from an area near the park where she was found dead. It remains unclear if that man is a suspect in this case.

The 16 year old girl, who was a tenth grade student at Mount Vernon High School,was last seen on Jan. 12and reported missing the following day. on Jan. 12 and she toldher twin sister she was going to a party in Norfolk. Police said they looked into that tip, but it did not pan out.

Investigators had originally stated that Moussa did not appear to be an imminent danger since she left her home on her own accord. Until Friday, Moussa case was being treated as a juvenile runaway.

Detectives said they had spoken with about 20 people who had recent contact with Moussa. However, police said many of those 20 people who were friends with Moussawere not fully cooperating with investigators.
dr martens will boot Police identify person of interest in Jholie Moussa

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