Suspects in Dumfries Homicide Considered Armed and Dangerous

Prince William County Police are looking for Christopher Jonathon Tolliver and Douglas Jason Tolliver in a case that is now classified as a murder.

Two Dumfries brothers are the primary suspects in the shooting death of a local woman, and should be considered armed and dangerous, Prince William County Police said. 

Officers are also looking for a third unidentified male suspect in the . Leavell was found dead at the scene on Washington Street from gunshot wounds to the upper body. 

Police said that the two brothers, Christopher Jonathon Tolliver 27, of Washington Street, and Douglas Jason Tolliver, 29, of Jonathan Court, knew the victim. The two are wanted on first-degree murder charges. 

"The investigation revealed that both suspects were involved in the killing of the victim following a previous encounter," Officer Jonathan Perok, a spokesman for the department, said in a press release. 

Police obtained warrants for the Tollivers' arrest and executed search warrants for both brothers at their homes. They did not find either brother. 

Police continue to investigate the case and have now classified it as a murder. 

Mary Stachyra Lopez January 23, 2013 at 05:43 PM
Where did you hear that? The police told us the third brother was caught, but I haven't heard the two mentioned here were captured.
Mary Stachyra Lopez January 23, 2013 at 05:45 PM
Never mind. Just saw the update. Man, you're fast! :)
James Gordon June 03, 2013 at 01:25 PM
Shoot all of them
renee June 03, 2013 at 01:29 PM
what a comment to make ( shoot all of them ) I din't think there is enough ammo to shoot everyone , but on the serious side , it's very sad with all the killings going on, it's very scary, nobody is safe anymore
Joe George June 04, 2013 at 12:20 AM
It all starts with the community being aware of their neighborhood......report anything out of the ordinary. Too often people "don't want to get involved" or "it does not impact them" and then the problems grow out of control and then it's too late. Action can prevent problems.


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