THE HIGHWAY MENACE OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA; Serial violator Ginnun Frazier struck VDOT employee and fled

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THE HIGHWAY MENACE OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA; Serial violator Ginnun Frazier struck VDOT employee and fled

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FAIRFAX, VA. — The Virginia State Police report that a driver, who has a long record of driving while suspended and of violating nearly every traffic law on the books, ran over a VDOT safety patrol employee and fled the scene.

At 6:20 a.m., Friday, Sept. 22, 2017, Virginia State Police responded to a report of a hit-and-run of a VDOT Safety Services Patroller in the northbound lanes of I-95 near Exit 166B.

The Safety Services Patrol (SSP) unit had responded to that location to aid a disabled motorist. The SSP unit parked his vehicle on the right shoulder with its signboard and amber emergency lights activated. The SSP unit was in the process of setting out traffic cones for the safety of the disabled motorist when a green Mustang traveling north on I-95 struck the SSP employee. The Mustang then fled the scene.

On his Facebook page, Frazier has a graphic as his profile photo that states: “Only God Can Judge Me”.

Thanks to eyewitness accounts and assistance from local law enforcement, state police located and charged Ginnun S. Frazier, 27, of Alexandria, Va., with one felony count of hit-and-run and for driving on a revoked license.  State police also located the green Ford Mustang driven by Frazier.

The SSP unit, an adult male, was transported to Fairfax Inova Hospital for treatment of serious injuries.

Raymond F. Morrogh Commonwealth’s Attorney for Fairfax County Va.

Ginnun Savoy Frazier was charged with sixth offense driving while suspended on March 10, 2016, by Fairfax Officer K. L. Albert. With a taxpayer-provided free attorney from the public defender’s office representing him, Frazier was able to have the charges dropped by the Fairfax County Commonwealth Attorney, Raymond F. Morrogh, on Dec. 15, 2016.

Frazier was charged with driving without lights on Sept. 4, 2014; on Oct. 6, 2014, Commonwealth’s Attorney Morrogh dropped the charge in Fairfax District Court.

Frazier was charged with driving while revoked and or under suspension on Sept. 4, 2014. On Nov. 3, 2014, in a plea deal with Fairfax County Commonwealth’s Attorney Morrogh, Frazier entered a guilty plea and was sentenced to one year in jail and fined $250.00.  THE DEAL: All of the jail time was suspended.

Arrested on Aug. 2, 2012, with driving while revoked and suspended, Frazier got another plea deal from Fairfax County Commonwealth’s Attorney Raymond Morrogh. On Nov. 30, 2012, Frazier entered a guilty plea in return for a sentence of ninety days in jail. THE DEAL: All ninety days were suspended and a fine of $100.

Charged with driving while revoked for a second time, on June 29, 2010, Frazier and his attorney Suzanne Hruby rustled up another plea deal from Commonwealth’s Attorney Morrogh on Feb. 11, 2011. THE DEAL: Thirty days in jail with all thirty days suspended and a fine of $100.

Charged with a first offense of driving while revoked in Fairfax County District Court, Frazier didn’t bother to show up in court and was fined $1,000 on July 29, 2010.

Frazier was charged with operating without a driver’s license on May 20, 2009. He failed to appear in court and was fined $500 on June 22, 2009.

On his Facebook page, Frazier has a graphic as his profile photo that states: “Only God Can Judge Me”.

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