A Fairfax County grand jury last Monday, June 18, indicted three people for crimes in the local area. They are Bryan Eno, Robert Felton and Anthony Kelly.
<bt>Bryan Adebisi Eno, 22, of 5941 Havener House Way in Centreville's Newgate community, is accused of robbing a 32-year-old man, Nov. 12, 2006, in the Meadows of Chantilly community.
In March, police arrested him and a Herndon man in connection with this crime. The incident occurred around 12:15 a.m. when the victim was riding home from work on his bicycle on Airline Parkway near Lufthansa Circle.
Police say three men approached the bicyclist, pointed a gun at his head, tried to push him off his bike and remove a necklace he was wearing. One of them took the victim's wallet and then all three people fled.
Police later charged Eno with robbery and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony. Following his indictment last week, he's slated for a July 31 jury trial in Circuit Court.
<bt>Fairfax County police believe Anthony Gerard Kelly, 19, of 5576 Hibernia Drive, Apt. B, in Columbus, Ohio, participated in a robbery in Chantilly. The incident occurred Dec. 18, 2006, in the 14700 block of National Drive in the Meadows of Chantilly community.
Two people robbed a 28-year-old Chantilly man at gunpoint and made off with his wallet. Following an investigation, both Kelly and a 17-year-old Centreville resident were arrested in April. Police charged Kelly with two counts each of robbery and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.
On June 11 in General District Court, Judge Ian O'Flaherty certified all of Kelly's charges to the grand jury, and he was indicted on all four counts. He's scheduled for a jury trial, July 31, in Circuit Court.
<bt>Robert Lee Felton, 36, of 7203 Wood Hollow Terrace in Fort Washington, Md., is suspected of stealing purses and credit cards from Chantilly automobile dealerships. Police arrested him April 9.
Credit cards were stolen from the unattended purses of female employees and were then used at the CVS and Giant Foods stores in the nearby Greenbriar Town Center.
The grand jury indicted Felton on one count each of credit-card theft and credit-card fraud. His Circuit Court date has not yet been set.