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Narcotics Investigation Leads to Arrest of Fatal Stabbing Suspect

Arlington police say an unrelated narcotics investigation led to the arrest of a suspect in the fatal stabbing of Dustin McGee.

Police were called to the stabbing at 2:15 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 8. According to police, the stabbing happened outside the Palm Beach Tan in the 300 bock of Lincoln Square in Arlington.

Officers found Dustin McGee stabbed in the chest. McGee was rushed to the hospital where he died a short time later.

On Saturday, Nov. 15, police responded to an unrelated domestic call. A narcotics officer noticed a car similar to the vehicle used by the stabbing suspect.

After an interview with a suspect in the narcotics investigation, officers arrested Pervis Lee Andrews Jr., 26, for McGee's stabbing.

Andrews was charged with murder. His bond was initially set at $500,000.

“This is the culmination of excellent police work where observant officers and detectives connected the dots and conducted a thorough investigation in order to remove this dangerous suspect from our streets,” said Police Chief Will Johnson.

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