Route 1 Dispatches: Women Fight Back and Belle Haven Police Chase
A roundup of this week’s top headlines from the Route 1 corridor.
From Huntington-Belle Haven Patch:
A Fairfax County police chase involving a female suspect began at Belle Haven Country Club and ended on Route 1 near Potomac Yard on Tuesday afternoon. The female suspect was reported to have driven around the country club grounds and appeared confused.
The Junior Friends of the Campagna Center hosted its 13th Annual Toast to Fashion fundraiser Thursday evening at the Belle Haven Country Club.
From Fort Hunt Patch:
Fort Hunt Elementary School was placed under heightened security for less than 30 minutes on Friday morning after police responded to a call about a person in the neighborhood threatening self-harm.
A memorial service has been set for UCM Executive Director Cynthia Hull, who died last week.
From Mount Vernon Patch:
Former Delegate Kris Amundson and Mount Vernon native Mame Reiley have joined the Women’s Strike Force, a PAC formed in response to legislation passed by the General Assembly dictating women’s reproductive rights.