This Day In Fractured Fairfax:September 10
- September 10, 1930 – The seventeenth annual Fairfax County Fair opens.
- September 10, 1930 – A large fight at Jones' dance hall in Baileys Crossroads results in Raymond Davis fatally shooting 24-year-old Preston Marshall in the head and wounding John Douglas.
- September 10, 1959 – 16-year-old Annandale High School student Peter J. Riordan commits suicide in Springfield as part of a pact with Patricia Arcularius.
- September 10, 1970 – Motorcycle enthusiast Francis A. Akers pleads guilty before Judge Albert V. Bryan to fatally shooting two members of another motorcycle enthusiast club, 21-year-old Lewis T. Hartless and 19-year-old Richard Newland, in Tysons Corner on March 26.
- September 10, 1975 – A Fairfax Circuit Court jury convicts 24-year-old George A. Poole, Jr. of robbery and murder for the rip-off that resulted in the murder of Donald S. Monsky in Great Falls on November 16, 1974. Judge Percy Thornton sentences Poole to 25 years in prison.
- September 10, 1984 – The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors votes to withdraw Fairfax County Police Department and Fairfax County Sheriff's Office trainees from the regional Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Academy.
- September 10, 1994 – The Tysons Woods Park is dedicated and opened in Vienna.
- September 10, 2011 – 40-year-old construction worker Edgar Tobar is killed in Annandale when he is run over by an asphalt roller.
This Day In Fractured Fairfax