Alexandria City Jail

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Alexandria City Jail (formally William G. Truesdale - Alexandria Adult Detention Center) is a jail facility at 2001 Mill Road, Alexandria, Virginia, US serving several courts and police agencies in Northern Virginia, including the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia (commonly called the Alexandria federal court).

This facility is not owned or operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP); the facility has an agreement with the U.S. Marshals Service.[1]

Coordinates: 38°47′52.5″N 77°3′52.7″W / 38.797917°N 77.064639°W / 38.797917; -77.064639

Notable prisoners[edit]

Defendants involved in federal criminal proceedings there are often housed in the jail, including (with approximate dates of incarceration):

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Detention Center Bureau". City of Alexandria. Retrieved 2020-08-06.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g Rachel Weiner (July 12, 2018), "Paul Manafort moves to Alexandria jail, a past home to spies and terrorists", Chicago Tribune
  3. ^ James Dao (March 2, 2004), "Closing Remarks in Terror Trial Touch on Paintball and Pakistan", The New York Times
  4. ^ Bill Chappell (July 20, 2018), "Judge Vacates Terrorism Convictions Of Man Who Had Trained With Paintball Group", National Public Radio
  5. ^ Eric Lichtblau (Oct. 29, 2003), "Trucker Sentenced to 20 Years in Plot Against Brooklyn Bridge", The New York Times
  6. ^ Wise, David (2012-06-07). "Mole-in-Training: How China Tried to Infiltrate the CIA". Washingtonian. Retrieved 2016-08-06. A week later, Shriver was wearing a green jumpsuit in a cell at the red-brick Alexandria city jail[...]
  7. ^ Amanda Whiting (2018-08-22). "Paul Manafort is Still in the Alexandria Jail. What Happens Next?". Washingtonian. Retrieved 2018-09-01.
  8. ^ Betsy Woodruff, Pervaiz Shallwani (2018-08-18). "Alleged Russian Agent Marina Butina Moved to Virginia Jail, Unclear Why". The Daily Beast. Retrieved 2018-09-01.
  9. ^ Rachel Weiner, Ellen Nakashima (2019-03-08). "Chelsea Manning sent to jail for refusing to testify in WikiLeaks case". The Washington Post. Retrieved 2019-03-09.
  10. ^ "Chelsea Manning released from Virginia jail after 62 days". CNN. Retrieved 2019-05-10.
  11. ^ Rachel Weiner (2020-03-13). "Chelsea Manning is released from jail". The Washington Post. Retrieved 2020-03-13.
  12. ^ BARAKAT, MATTHEW (1 November 2022). "Kansas mom gets 20 years for leading Islamic State battalion". Associated Press.

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