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Daily Marine Patrols

The warm holiday weekend brought the opening of boating season on the Potomac watershed and Fairfax County’s inland lakes and waterways. In Fairfax and surrounding Virginia counties (Prince William, Alexandria, Arlington, Loudoun and Stafford) there are more than 4,000 registered recreational boats.

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PFC Brian Bowman drives the Fairfax County Police Marine Patrol Unit while PFC Matthew Grubb ...

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PFC Brian Bowman (left) and PFC Matthew Grubb start their shift with the Fairfax County ...

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Sandy Point is a popular boating party spot on weekends and this day, May 26, ...

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After observing the flotilla from the Mont Vernon Yacht club, checking registration numbers, and declining ...

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As PFC Matthew Grubb of the Fairfax County Police Marine Patrol Unit idles the boat ...

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Revelers in Sandy Point drop anchor for the Memorial Day weekend and enjoy the warm ...

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Boaters traveling along the Fairfax County coastline at Mount Vernon on May 26 give the ...

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The Fairfax County Police Marine Patrol Unit motors past Mount Vernon Estate as part of ...

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Fairfax County Marine Patrol Unit Officer PFC Matthew Grubb remains vigilant, looking for proper safety ...

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PFC Brian Bowman drives the Fairfax County Police Marine Patrol Unit as PFC Grubb observes ...

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While at the Pohick Bay dock on May 26, PFC Matthew Grubb and FC Brian ...

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At the Pohick Bay dock May 26, Fairfax County Marine Patrol Officer PFC Matthew Grubb ...

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On May 26, PFC Brian Bowman (left) and PFC Matthew Grubb review the paperwork of ...

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PFC Matthew Grubb of the Fairfax County Police Marine Patrol Unit boards a boat near ...

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The Fairfax County Police Marine Patrol Unit enforces a no-wake zone near Occoquan as part ...

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Docks, channel markers and dinghies in the waterways along Fairfax County’s 100 miles of shoreline ...

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