Christopher Isani’s bond was revoked Monday, Oct. 24, after he was accused of violating conditions of his bond.
According to Fairfax County General District Court Judge Lorraine Nordlund, Isani’s bond was revoked due to intimidation of witnesses.
"I don’t know anything about the witnesses," said Isani, before he was led back to the Adult Detention Center.
Isani, who was represented by Michael Davis, waived his right to a preliminary hearing in Fairfax County General District Court on Tuesday, Oct. 25, and Nordlund sent his case to the Fairfax County Circuit Court.
Isani, 19, is currently being held in the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center. Proceedings against Isani for a charge of breaking and entering will continue in Circuit Court in November.
<b>ON MARCH 1, 2005,</b> 18 weapons, including shotguns and handguns, were stolen from a residence in the Fort Hunt area, according to Fairfax County Police. Seven of the weapons were discovered in a July search of Isani’s home and vehicle in the 1500 block of Baltimore Road in the Fort Hunt area.
Some of the firearms were sold to Isani’s acquaintances, which range in age from 17 to 23 years old, according to police.
A sawed-off shotgun and handgun was recovered from the home of a 17-year-old youth from Fort Hunt who was charged with possession of a handgun and possession of marijuana, according to police. Another handgun was recovered from an 18-year-old in the Fort Hunt area.
"All shotguns recovered had been sawed-off; serial numbers had been removed from many of the weapons," according to police.
Isani was also charged with malicious wounding, robbery and use of a firearm during the commission of a felony for an incident in July. Those charges are currently nolle prossed, meaning they are not being prosecuted at this time but can be in the future.
<1b>— Ken Moore