‘Fairfax County’s most wanted’ being sought by police for murder, disposal of missing ex-girlfriend’s body
- Joel Mosso Merino, 27, is wanted for the murder of his ex-girlfriend Hannah Choi, 35, who was reported missing on March 6.
- Authorities received a tip that Merino, whom Fairfax Police Chief Kevin Davis described as “Fairfax County’s most wanted,” was spotted in the Atlanta area.
- Choi and Merino were reportedly last seen together in their Virginia home in the 5300 block of Jesmond Street in the suburb of Kingstowne on March 5. Neighbors told investigators the two “may have had an argument” before her disappearance.
- Choi’s friends reported her missing after they failed to contact her and find her in the home she shared with Merino. She also missed several appointments, which left them concerned.
- Investigators believe that Choi was either injured or killed inside their home and that Merino moved her body to a different location after the incident.
- Authorities managed to identify the car Merino used, which they found in Washington, D.C., on March 7. Evidence inside the car suggested that Choi might have been hurt before she disappeared.
Fairfax County police have begun searching for the man who purportedly murdered his ex-girlfriend following an alleged argument in their home that occurred more than a week ago.
Joel Mosso Merino, 27, whom Fairfax Police Chief Kevin Davis described as “Fairfax County’s most wanted,” is wanted for second-degree murder and the disposal of the body of his ex-girlfriend Hannah Choi, 35.
- Fairfax County school board member Abrar Omeish is under fire after a text message to another board member about the district’s admissions policy was published by an outside organization.
- Based on the texts, Omeish seems to be admitting that the district’s race-based admissions is “anti Asian.”
- Emails exchanged between the school board members and a district official will also be used in a court case against the Fairfax County School Board.
Abrar Omeish, a Fairfax County school board member, wrote in a text message to another board member that the district’s admissions policy is discriminatory towards Asians.
“I mean there has been an anti asian feel underlying some of this, hate to say it lol,” Omeish texted school board member Stella Pekarsky, according to Parents Defending Education.