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Pinnacle of Achievement

Crime Solvers luncheon recognizes work of Fairfax County Police detectives.

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Fairfax County Police Chief Col. Dave Rohrer presents Detective Robert Bond with a Pinnacle Award at the Pinnacle Awards Christmas Luncheon on Dec. 11 in Fairfax. The annual awards program is sponsored by the Fairfax County Crime Solvers. Bond was honored for his work in the homicide unit.

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Fairfax County Police Chief Colonel Dave Rohrer presents Detective Mark Pfeiffer with a Pinnacle Award. Pfeiffer was honored for his work solving cold cases.

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Rohrer presents Detective Shawn Perkins with a Pinnacle Award at the Pinnacle Awards Christmas Luncheon on Dec. 11 in Fairfax. Perkins was honored for his work solving sex crimes.

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Rohrer presents Detective Gary Bailey with a Pinnacle Award. Bailey was honored for his work in the robbery unit.

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Rohrer presents Detective Rich Allen with a Pinnacle Award. Allen was honored for his work in helping to apprehend fugitives.

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Rohrer presents Detective Richard Mullins with a Pinnacle Award. Mullins was honored for his work with child services.

Fairfax County Crime Solvers presented the Pinnacle Awards at its annual luncheon on Tuesday, Dec. 11, at the Country Club of Fairfax. The awards recognized the work of police officers in Fairfax County’s Criminal Investigations Bureau.

During the ceremony, Fairfax County Police Chief Col. Dave Rohrer presented awards to Detectives Robert Bond of the homicide unit, Mark Pfeiffer of the cold case unit, Shawn Perkins of the sex crimes unit, Gary Bailey of the robbery division, Rich Allen of the fugitive unit, Richard Mullins of child services, Jeremy Hinson of the auto theft unit, Matt Anderson of the crime scene unit, Gerald Benn and Rafael Fortiz of the criminal intelligence division, John Flinn of special investigations, Keith Warren of the street crimes unit, Steve Carroll of the narcotics division and Joseph Pittman of the money laundering unit.