FOX 5 DC - Fairfax County Police are investigating after naked pictures of underage girls were allegedly shared on a popular social media app by local high school students. Police say they have already identified multiple underage victims, but say there are more. Investigators have requested a search warrant for at least a dozen Snapchat accounts belonging to several Fairfax County high school students.
A Snapchat group with naked photos of high school girls in Fairfax County is under investigation by police. A Snapchat group with photos of nude Fairfax County high school students is under investigation by county police. The account with photos of teen girls was reported to police earlier this month by a student who said he was a member of it. He said another student was posting photos of girls and asking for more. At least three other suspects had access to the account, and at least one victim has been identified, police said. Upon investigation, Fairfax County police were able to identify the owner of the Snapchat account.
Teens from Robinson, Lake Braddock and W.T. Woodson are accused of possessing nude images.
By Zoe Szathmary. A Virginia community is searching for answers after six of its students have died in apparent suicides over the last three years. Each of the students attended W. Woodson High School in Fairfax. County officials said the deaths are not directly connected and that the number of suicides in such a short period is rare, according to a detailed report by the Washington Post. The deaths have troubled parents and administrators since the students did not show typical risk factors and were involved in their communities. Emotional: W. Grief: W. Six Woodson students have died in apparent suicides over the last three years. Parents told the paper that they wonder if a 'high-pressure, high-achieving culture' at the school was a factor in the deaths.
Rick Massimo. Five Fairfax County, Virginia, teenage boys are facing felony charges after police found illicit images of teenage girls on a social media account. Fairfax County police said in a statement Friday that two girls told their school administrator at Robinson Secondary School on Feb. That set off an investigation that ended in the arrest of the five boys, all from Fairfax, this week on a total of 10 felony charges — nine for possession of child pornography and one for unlawful filming. Woodson High School. Police said that anyone who receives unwanted sexual messages should call them at All Rights Reserved.