Fairfax, Va-massive bust near the popular and growing radical Dar al-Hijrah mosque

UPDATE and Google Map of area  (5-21-09) go HERE>>

Fairfax, Va-Undercover Operation Nets 143 Criminal Charges

HAT TIP from Virginia – United American Committee:

Scroll down for photos of those booked.
Update on status of the arrested in the Operation Build America bust. Though he could not confirm, the Sgt. I spoke with believed their arraignments had already taken place as they typically occur with 24-48 hours of arrest.

Key items:
All but three have the same next court date, June 10 @1400
6 of 19 remain behind bars, including the three money launderers
2 of 19 are not listed in the booking records under the names reported in the press release
2 of 19 were denied bond
Low bond $500 for the felon with a firearm
High bond $13K for an assortment of check, credit, and ID fraud charges

Public Information Office
4100 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, Va. 22030
703-246-2253. TTY 703-204-2264. Fax 703-246-4253
FCPD-PIO@fairfaxcounty.gov
www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police
News Release: 09/cid/eja/
May 7, 2009

Fairfax County Police led a massive bust near the popular and growing radical Dar al-Hijrah mosque in Falls Church, VA

Fairfax County, home to Falls Church, is one of the major frontlines of Islamist aggression. We have:
The Dar al-Hijrah Wahabbi corridor which is a massive Islamist enclave built up around the mosque

Tax payer subsidized K-B.A. in Jihad via the Islamic Saudi Academy and George Mason (ISA is not taxed and Mason is public)that has already produced one convicted terrorist
Gitmo trials and Gitmo prisoners coming And our first pro-jihad candidate

On Wednesday, May 6, over 135 law enforcement personnel participated in concluding a year-long undercover investigation. Operation Build America was launched in May 2008 to better understand the criminal activity taking place in and around the Build America Shopping Center. The shopping center is nestled in the Skyline community in the 3800 block of South George Mason Drive. Community concerns of illegal activities in the shopping center coupled with indicators that crime was in the upswing sprung the operation into motion.

The investigation successfully infiltrated several criminal organizations and businesses operating around the center. Undercover police officers identified nearly 40 people suspected of criminal activity that ranges from property crimes to crimes of violence. The undercover operation successfully recovered stolen firearms and illegal narcotics including cocaine and marijuana.

Collectively, 143 criminal arrest warrants and 15 search warrants were issued in this undercover operation.

The success of the operation can be attributed to the coordinated effort of several units and agencies:

  • Fairfax County Police
    • Criminal Intelligence Division
    • Organized Crime and Narcotics Division
    • Special Weapons and Tactics Team
    • Mason, Sully, and Mount Vernon Police District Stations
  • Town of Herndon Police Department
  • Department of Public Safety Communications
  • Fairfax County Code Enforcement Strike Team
  • Fairfax County Office of the Sheriff
  • City of Alexandria Police Department
  • United States Marshals Service
  • United States Postal Inspector’s Office
  • Northern Virginia Cigarette Tax Board
  • Northern Virginia Gang Task Force
  • Virginia Alcohol Beverage Control

The following people were arrested:

  1. (No Photo) Juvenile, currently 18, Alexandria area, charged with distribution of marijuana, distribution of stolen property, burglary, distribution of a stolen gun.
  2. Mohamed Abubaker Mohamed Abubaker, 20, 431 North Armistead Street, Alexandria, charged with distribution of marijuana in a school zone and possession with intent to distribute.
  3. Moustafa Moustafa Moustafa Moustafa, 44, 3701 South George Mason Drive, Falls Church, charged with money laundering and four counts of receiving stolen property.
  4. Erving Pabon Erving Pabon, 19, 7352 Pohick Way, Lorton, charged with distribution of marijuana.
  5. Walid Essediq Walid Essediq, 25, 6004 Edsall Road, Alexandria, charged with transporting stolen property and receiving stolen property.
  6. Ashraf Salmi Ashraf Salmi, 41, 5800 Quantrell Avenue, Alexandria, charged with credit card fraud, check fraud, money laundering, selling credit card information from a scan device, two counts of credit card theft and six counts of receiving stolen property.
  7. Hesham Ibrahim Elnakhal Hesham Ibraham Elnakhal, 48, 3705 South George Mason Drive, Falls Church, charged with money laundering, selling stolen property and two counts of receiving stolen property.
  8. Leeban Hamud Leeban Hamud, 20, 5505 Seminary Road, Falls Church, charged with attempted malicious wounding and petit larceny.
  9. Ryan Williams Ryan Williams, 22, 6445 Eighth Street, Alexandria, charged with receiving stolen property, selling stolen property, distribution of marijuana and two counts distribution of cocaine.
  10. Julia Hanson-Takyi Julia Hanson-Takyi, 21, 7747 Grandwind Avenue, Lorton, charged with selling stolen property, distribution of marijuana, distribution of cocaine and receiving stolen property.
  11. Sharon Embaye Sharon Embaye, 19, 621 North Howard Street, Alexandria, charged with three counts of distribution of marijuana.
  12. Kwame Garnette Kwame Garnette, 18, 6710 Metropolitan Center Drive, Springfield, charged with transporting stolen property and distribution of stolen property.
  13. Antwan Smith Antwan Smith, 18, 6412 Edsall Road, Alexandria, charged with distribution of ecstacy.
  14. Ruben Charlemagne Ruben Charlemagne, 19, Hyattsville, Maryland, charged with destruction of monument, assault, distribution of marijuana, distribution of oxcycodone, distribution of cocaine, transportation of cocaine, three counts of receiving stolen property and three counts of selling stolen property.
  15. Chaya Nabil Nabil Chaya, 40, 6018 Bitternut Drive, Alexandria, charged with receiving stolen property and selling stolen property.
  16. Amin Maknassi Amin Maknassi, 19, 5031 Domain Place, Alexandria, charged with selling credit card information from a scan device and three counts of stolen credit cards.
  17. Mohamed Ziad Mohamed Ziad, 20, 20852 Isherwood Terrace, Ashburn, charged with three counts of selling stolen property, three counts of receiving stolen property, four counts of selling stolen credit cards and two counts of receiving stolen credit cards.
  18. Baha Khasawneh Baha Khasawneh, 20, 13211 Kilby Landing Court, Clifton, charged with receiving stolen property and selling stolen property.
  19. Leandro Zavala Leandro Zavala, 24, 204 Denfield Avenue, Alexandria, charged with possession of firearm by a convicted felon.

The following people are still wanted:

  1. (No Photo) Amine Mohamed Bouharjarah, 23, 3503 Leesburg Ct, Falls Church, wanted for credit card theft, two stolen vehicles, larceny of checks, distribution of marijuana, theft of mail.
  2. Storm Toliver Storm Toliver, 27, 4703 Amricana Drive, Annandale, wanted for distribution of cocaine.
  3. Jeff Baumgardt Jeff Baumgardt, 27, 3181 Ranger Road, Fairfax, wanted for distribution of stolen property.
  4. Hassan Hassan Hassan Hassan, 27, 7210 Sipes Lane, Annandale, wanted for distribution of and receiving stolen property.
  5. (No Photo) Sidi Marouane Cherkaoui, 23, 5125 Echols Avenue, Alexandria, wanted for stolen vehicle, identity theft, larceny of credit card, larceny of mail (checks).
  6. (No Photo) Manuel Tonche, 26, 204 Denfield Avenue, Alexandria, wanted for distribution of cocaine and marijuana, and receiving stolen property.
  7. (No Photo) Mehdi Drissi Alami, 19, Fitchburg, Wisconsin, wanted for sale of stolen credit cards.
  8. (No Photo) Mohamed Lahmamsi, 29, Maryland, wanted for theft of mail, identity and credit card fraud, and insurance and check fraud.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Solvers by phone at 1-866-411-TIPS/8477, e-mail at www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES/274637 or call Fairfax County Police at 703-691-2131.

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To request this information in an alternate format, call the Public Information Office at 703.246.2253. TTY 703-204-2264

This is info from a  spread sheet that was included with press info:

Name /Jail Status/ Bail/ Next Court Date

Mohamed Abubaker Bonded on May 11 $1,250.00 June 10 1400


Moustafa Moustafa

Still in
Fairfax County Adult
Dention Center $5,000.00 June 10 1400
Erving Pabon Bonded on May 14 $5,000.00 June 10 1400
Walid Essediq Bonded on May 8 $5,000.00 June 10 1400
Ashraf Salmi
Still in
Fairfax County Adult
Dention Center $6,924.00 June 10 1400
Hesham Ibraham Elnakhal
Still in
Fairfax County Adult
Dention Center $4,000.00 June 10 1400
Leeban Hamud Bonded on May 6 $3,500.00 No date listed
Ryan Williams but booked as Ryan Neville Williams Bonded on May 14 $3,000.00 June 10 1400

Julia Hanson-Takyi No listed in system under that name
Sharon Embaye Bonded on May 14 $10,000.00 June 10 1400
Kwame Garnette Bonded on May 6 $2,000.00 No date listed
Antwan Smith
Still in
Fairfax County Adult
Dention Center No bond June 10 1400


Ruben Charlemagne

Still in
Fairfax County Adult
Dention Center No bond June 10 1400


Nabil Chaya
Bonded on 5/12/2009 $5,000.00 June 10 1400
Amin Maknassi Bonded on May 11 $10,000.00 June 10 1400
Mohamed Ziad No listed in system under that name
Baha Khasawneh Bonded on May 8 $5,000.00 June 10 1400
Leandro Zavala Bonded on May 7 $500.00 June 10 1400
Mohamed Lahmamsi
(was wanted at time of press release but
since arrested on May 12 Still in Fairfax County Adult
Dention Center $13,000.00 June 22 1400

8 responses to “Fairfax, Va-massive bust near the popular and growing radical Dar al-Hijrah mosque

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  3. The title says busts NEAR the polular and growing mosque. Muslims like to handle their own business so how is it these bums were not dealt with by their clergy?

    The point is that they were Muslims and it is starting to look like Muslims per capita excel in crimes. That coupled with thousands of incidents in this country paints a picture we do not like.

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  4. from the update link;

    “11 government agencies don’t spend 2 years on clowns. “

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  5. Unless you are a Muslim and/or fellowship with them on the street ‘you do not know them’ . If you do fellowship with them, and know them you need to be where they are as accomplice..

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  7. This group is now using residence that they rent to conduct business, smoke hash and is running illegal moscs out of these rented houses. I know because my residence was used as one in 2011-2012. Also the crime went throught the roof in the neighborhood when all 30 or more of them moved in. Sabri Ayten is the self appionted leader of this group.

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