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Lomond Drive Arson Investigation and Arrest
For Release
August 18, 2016
On August 3rd, investigators from the Prince William County Fire Marshal's Office obtained a warrant for the suspect involved in setting a house on fire resulting in the deaths of two occupants and four dogs. The accused, identified as Noe Antonio NOLASCO AMAYA, was arrested and transferred to the Prince William/Manassas Regional Adult Detention Center on August 11th.  The incident is still under a combined investigation by the Fire Marshal's Office and the Prince William County Police Homicide Unit with the assistance of the B.A.T.F. Arson and Explosives Unit.

Arrested on August 11th:

Noe Antonio NOLASCO AMAYA, 35 years old, of 10300 Lomond Drive, Manassas, Virginia 
Charged with Arson to an Occupied Dwelling

Preliminary Hearing date: September 15th, 2016 | Bond: No Bond Status 

Nolasco Amaya, Noe booking photo.JPG 

Double Homicide Investigation *SECOND VICTIM IDENTIFIED [Previously Released] - On August 3, detectives from the Homicide Unit received confirmation regarding the identity of the second victim involved in the fatal house fire which occurred at a residence located in the 10300 block of Lomond Dr. in Manassas on July 31. The third man who was located nearby suffering from burn injuries is still hospitalized and is expected to survive. The investigation into this incident and the deaths is continuing. 

The second victim has been identified as Willian Alexander MOLINA-RIVAS, 36, of Manassas.

Double Homicide Investigation [Previously Released] – Based upon further investigation into the July 31 deaths of two men from a house fire on Lomond Dr. in Manassas, detectives from the Homicide Unit and investigators from the Fire Marshals' Office are investigating this incident as an arson-related double homicide. One of the victims has been positively identified as a 17-year-old male juvenile of Manassas. Due to extensive injuries, the identity of the second deceased male victim is pending confirmation through the Medical Examiner's Office. The third man located by officers near Manassas Mall has been identified as a 35-year-old man of Manassas and is still hospitalized. No arrests have been made at this point in connection to this incident. The deaths related to this investigation are Prince William County's 14th and 15th homicide for 2016. The investigation continues.

One of the victims has been identified as Jose Javier AVALOS, 17, of Manassas

Death Investigation [Previously Released] – On July 31 at 12:24 a.m., officers responded to a residence located in the 10300 block of Lomond Dr. in Manassas (20109) to assist the Department of Fire and Rescue with a house fire. During their checks of the residence, fire crews located two men inside the home. One of the men was pronounced dead at the scene while the other was flown to an area hospital where he later died as a result of his injuries. Four dogs were also located deceased inside the residence and were turned over to Animal Control. A short time later, around 1:45 a.m., police received a call about a third man walking in the area of Manassas Mall appearing to be injured. Officers arrived and located the man suffering from extensive burns to his body. This man was transported to an area hospital for treatment of his injuries. The remains of the two deceased men will be transported to the Medical Examiner's Office for further analysis and identification. The identity of the deceased men will be released once confirmed and their next of kin has been notified. This incident is being jointly investigated by the Prince William County Police Homicide Unit and the Department of Fire and Rescue's Fire Marshals' Office. More information will be released when available. The investigation continues.


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