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3 Men Arrested After Falls Church Killing; Fourth Man Sought

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    News4's Shomari Stone has details after a man was found dead in a home on Thanksgiving night. (Published Friday, Nov. 25, 2016)

    Three men have been arrested and a fourth man is sought after a man was found dead on Thanksgiving night in Falls Church, Virginia.

    A man with trauma to the upper body was pronounced dead after 10 p.m. Thursday in a condominium on the 5500 block of Seminary Road, Fairfax County police said.

    Police believe the man, who was not identified immediately, was killed after a Thanksgiving gathering gone wrong.

    Fredy Cisneros Agustin, 24, was charged with murder and burglary. Gabriel Coca, 31, and Jose Nasario Perez Amaya, 27, were both charged with burglary. The men, who all live in Falls Church, robbed the victim after Agustin allegedly injured him, sources told News4.

    Police Investigate Murder at Falls Church Apartment Complex

    [DC] Police Investigate Murder at Falls Church Apartment Complex
    Fairfax County police are investigating a Thanksgiving Day murder at an apartment complex in Falls Church.
    (Published Friday, Nov. 25, 2016)

    Police are seeking a fourth man, 21-year-old Adonay Polanco Cabrera of Falls Church. He is wanted on burglary charges.

    More charges could be forthcoming, police said.

    Police said they received a call about a suspicious situation at a different address about 8:30 p.m. Thursday. Their investigation led them to a condo on the 25th floor of the Skyline Square Condominiums.

    Police Investigate Murder at Falls Church Apartment

    [DC] Police Investigate Murder at Falls Church Apartment
    Fairfax County police are investigating a Thanksgiving Day homicide at an apartment complex in Falls Church.
    (Published Friday, Nov. 25, 2016)

    When they arrived, they found a man suffering from trauma to the upper body. He was pronounced dead at the scene. 

    Neighbor Mark Goeller said he was stunned to learn that someone was killed in the complex where he was lived for 13 years. 

    "It's not a really nice neighborhood, but it's a safe neighborhood," he said.

    Neighbor B.J. Clyburn said the building is secure; a key fob is needed to enter, and there are many security cameras.

    "I'm very concerned because we have a very great community," Clyburn said.

    Anyone with information for police is asked to call 571-241-4739 or 703-691-2131, visit http://www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or send a text message to 1-866-411-TIPS.