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Reston Person Between Suspects in Maryland Murder — Reston resident William Rivera-Martinez, 20, is between five men and women who have been arrested and facial area expenses in the April murder of a 15-12 months-aged Nelson Ramos. As of Thursday morning (June 24), Rivera-Martinez was in Fairfax County custody and awaiting extradition to Prince George’s County. [The Washington Post]

Danger of Mass Evictions Looms with Moratorium Established to Conclusion — Fairfax County officials say there is “plenty of unexpected emergency rental assistance” to assist inhabitants at risk of eviction, but with Virginia predicted to let its eviction moratorium expire when the COVID-19 condition of emergency ends on June 30, they be concerned it will acquire also lengthy to get the cash to landlords to stave off evictions. [Inside NoVA]

Herndon Startup Decided on for Amazon System — The facts analytics corporation HawkEye 360 has been selected by Amazon World wide web Providers for a four-7 days business accelerator concentrated on the place business. The 10 firms chosen for the application will get enterprise advice and guidance in their efforts to collect details from satellites for cloud computing. [Axios]

Reston Trucking Software Organization Acquired — “Trucker Resources LLC, a Reston outfit that provides a digital freight management platform, has been obtained by ASG, a California company backed by non-public equity agency Alpine Investors that specializes in purchasing and constructing application-as-a-services corporations.” [Washington Business Journal]

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