Second suspect in Wawa alleged abduction turns himself in to the police
The passenger, Jason Alexander Bailey, 19 of Warrenton, turned himself in on Friday.
The driver, Fabian Andre Gardeazabal, 20 of Warrenton, was arrested following the alleged abduction.
On Tuesday evening, Warrenton Town Police responded to reports of armed robbery when two men allegedly abducted a woman, brandished handguns, and stole prescription medications and cash from the victim’s purse, according to Sgt. Southard of the police department.
One of the alleged abductors, Fabian Andre Gardeazabal, 20 of Warrenton, was quickly detained, but the passenger in his vehicle was at large until last Friday.
At 10 a.m., Jason Alexander Bailey, 19 of Warrenton, turned himself in to the Warrenton Police Department.
Bailey was charged with robbery, and use or display of a firearm in the commission of a felony, and is currently incarcerated in the Fauquier County Adult Detention Center pending a bond hearing, according to a press release from the police department.
Fabian Andre Gardeazabal, 20 of Warrenton, has been charged with abduction, use of a firearm and robbery.
The incident began when the victim said she was exiting the Wawa convenience store with her mother when she spotted two former co-workers in the parking lot, according to files from the Fauquier County Circuit Court.
"She walked over to the vehicle and got into the back to say hello... Gardeazabal left the parking lot at a high rate of speed," according to the documents.
He and his passenger drove the victim to Fauquier Hospital where he demanded her purse.
"Mr. Gardeazabal pointed a gun at the victim and said that the gun was loaded," according to the documents.
Both men rummaged through the purse, but records indicate that only Gardeazabal took pain medication and $1,200 cash. The purse was then returned to the victim and she was released from the car.
After his arrest, authorities searched Gardeazabal's apartment, located on the 100 block of East Lee Street and discovered a number of drugs and weapons including: cocaine, marijuana, three metal grinders, a digital scale, six smoking devices, 22 Oxymorphone Hydrochloride pills (Opana), $391 in cash, .22 caliber rounds, an Airsoft gun, and a silver revolver.
Who goes to WaWa with 1200 dollars and pills and then gets into a car with two guys and isn’t a drug dealer?
By NovaGuy on 2014 07 16
Yes, something doesn’t pass the smell test here.
“Wait here Mom, there are two friends of mine, you just stand here while I get in the back seat and say hello”.
Maybe it was ‘Moms’ money and prescriptions.
Of course when I want to hide I guess the best place is a couple blocks from the Police Station…....
By groc on 2014 07 17
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