News Briefs

News Briefs

<sh>Area Man Charged with Sex Assault

<bt>A Vienna-area man has been arrested and charged in conjunction with a sexual assault on Dec. 23, 2004.

Sean Dominic Brady Ramsey, 33, of the 1400 block of Wolftrap Run Road, has been charged with burglary, abduction with intent to defile, and sexual assault.

A search warrant issued Dec. 27 stated that Fairfax County Police responded to a call on Dec. 23, at 2:15 a.m., to a residence on Weatherwood Court.

Over the course of the investigation, police say they determined that the home had been forcibly entered and a juvenile female occupant had been sexually assaulted.

The warrant also stated that another female occupant was missing more than $4,000 in cash and later reported that she was missing credit cards, a prescription pill bottle, passport and cellphone.

As they canvassed the neighborhood, police were permitted to search the house on Wolftrap Run Road by the consent of its owner, stated the warrant. The female homeowner, Kathleen Marie Wolcott, stated that she lived there with her son, Brady Ramsey, according to the warrant.

During that search, police say they found $4,100 in cash in a toolbox in the home's basement. Police then arrested Brady Ramsey.

They returned with a warrant to search both the house and a pickup truck registered to Brady Ramsey at an address in Ashburn.

A hearing is scheduled for March 14. Brady Ramsey is currently being held in the Fairfax County Detention Center.

<1b— Ari Cetron

<sh>Decals On Sale March 15

<bt>2005 Town of Vienna motor vehicle decals go on sale March 15, and must be displayed by midnight April 15. Decals may be purchased by mail or in person in the Finance Department at Town Hall, 127 Center St., S. Decals cost $20 for passenger cars and trucks weighing less than 4,000 pounds, $20 for cars and trucks 4,000 and heavier, and $10.50 for motorcycles. 703-255-6323 or for applications.

<sh>Inner Harbor Trip on March 16

<bt>The Vienna Parks and Recreation Department hosts a trip on March 16 to the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. A charter bus leaves at 9 a.m., from the Vienna Community Center and returns around 4 p.m. Cost is $40 for Town of Vienna residents and $50 for out-of-town participants, which includes transportation, lunch at the museum and a tour of the exhibit "Holy H20 — Fluid Universe." 703-255-1566. The Vienna Community Center is located at 120 Cherry St., S.E., Vienna.