ALXnow’s top stories this week in Alexandria

Police conducting death investigation near Four Mile Run Park (staff photo by James Cullum)

Police continue to investigate two suspicious deaths in Alexandria this week — one in the Braddock neighborhood and another at Four Mile Run.

Telemundo reported the victim found in Four Mile Run as Kevin Isaías, but official identification from the police department is still pending the results of a medical examination.

Police also hasn’t released the identity of the victim who died at The Bloom at Braddock Apartments earlier this week. Scanner traffic indicated a man suffered a cardiac arrest in his apartment after being assaulted in the hallway of the building, but police have not released additional information about the death.

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