MURDER USA Kenan Ozcan charged with intentionally running over Maria Ascencio a second time to make sure she was dead
FAIRFAX, VA. – Evil reared its ugly head on Good Friday at about 10:15 am in Fairfax County, Virginia, when police say that Kenan M. Ozcan, 31, of Fairfax, struck a pedestrian and then turned his Dodge Dart and made another run over top of the downed woman, making sure he had killed her and then fled the scene.
The intentional murder took place near the intersection of Route 50 (Lee Jackson Memorial Highway) and Rugby Road, in Fairfax.
Shortly afterward, police say that a woman encountered a man she believed was acting strange, and just like the authorities preach, she took action and took his photo. That didn’t work out too well for the woman and the crazy guy, later identified as Ozcan, walloped her and fled into a business. The woman called Fairfax Police at 12:45 p.m., who caught up with him and linked him via, his damaged car, to the murder of the seventy-five-year-old woman.
POLICE: Kenan M. Ozcan, 31, of Fairfax, struck a pedestrian and then turned his Dodge Dart and made another run over top of the downed woman, making sure he had killed her and then fled the scene
The victim was pronounced dead at the scene. An investigation determined she was crossing Rugby Road traveling eastbound.
Ozcan’s 2016 Dodge Dart traveled southbound on Rugby Road and struck her, then turned around and struck the victim a second time before leaving the scene. It does not appear the victim and suspect were known to each other.
As they were investigating, one officer noticed front-end damage on his car in the parking lot. Further investigation determined he was also involved in this morning’s fatal crash. Kenan M. Ozcan, 31, of Fairfax, was taken to the Adult Detention Center and charged with felony hit and run and attempted robbery.
The victim has been identified as Maria Ascencio, 75, of Zelkova Court, in Fairfax.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Fairfax County Police Department at 703-691-2131 or Crimes Solvers electronically by visiting http://www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text-a-tip by texting “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES(274637).