This report is published every weekday, except county holidays. The information in each report covers significant criminal incidents generally from the day before; reports published on Monday cover the preceding Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Some incidents may appear a day or two after the occurrence.
The report contains selected crimes, including animal-related incidents and property crimes. The information is organized by police district station. Addresses shown indicate blocks and not specific locations. This report is not a comprehensive list of every police event in Fairfax County in the stated time frame.
Note: Information contained in the Daily Blotter is generally based on initial reports made to the police department. Follow-up investigations may reveal different or additional information.
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TODAY’S TRAFFIC TIP
Did you know that drivers whom become residents in Virginia are required to obtain a Virginia driver’s license within 60 days? http://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/title46.2/chapter3/section46.2-308/
CALLS FOR SERVICE SUMMARY
Date Covered: 08/11/2016
Total Calls for Service: 1,320
Total Persons Experiencing Mental Crisis Calls for Service: 18
Total Domestic Related Calls for Service: 29
Total Crash Calls for Service: 100
There will be a DWI checkpoint in the Franconia District, around the Springfield area, tonight from 11:15 p.m. to 2:15 a.m. Please stay safe and drive sober.
Join us for a tweet-along tonight. Come on a virtual ride-a-long and see what it’s like to be an officer for the night. Your virtual roll call starts promptly at 7:30 p.m. Don’t be late! Follow us on Twitter @fairfaxpolice!
Old Centreville Road/Chelsea Place, tires from vehicle
7500 block of Richmond Highway, bicycles from residence
7800 block of Flamingo Drive, 2007 Piaggio mop
8100 block of Arlington Boulevard, wallet from residence
7300 block of Lee Highway, items from business
BURGLARY/GRAND LARCENY/LARCENY WITH THE INTENT TO SELL/ARREST: 7400 block of Brad Street, between 6/13/16 and 6/14/16. Police charged a man and woman for burglarizing the home of a 51-year-old man and woman on Monday, June 13. Several items were stolen to include jewelry, electronics, home goods and apparel. Detectives determined one of the items, a unique pendant, had been pawned at a nearby pawn shop. They identified two suspects and on Sunday, July 10, arrested Mark A. Green, 24, of Falls Church, and Melissa A. Sieck, 24, of Chesapeake Beach, Md. They were transported to jail. Sieck was charged with one count each of burglary, grand larceny and larceny with the intent to sell. The investigation determined Green was allegedly involved in multiple burglaries; he was charged with four counts of burglary, four counts of grand larceny and one count of larceny with the intent to sell. The recovered stolen property will be returned to the victims.
6200 block of Little River Turpnike, liquor from business
6300 block of Little River Turnpike, merchandise from business
13100 block of Ashnut Lane, gun from vehicle
11400 block of North Shore Drive, property from residence
12000 block of Town Square, wallet from business
6100 block of Rose Hill Drive, phone case from residence
8200 block of Hornbuckle Drive, items from vehicle
COMMERCIAL ROBBERY: 4000 block of Majestic Lane, 08/12/16, 1:10 a.m. An employee reported that two men entered the convenience store, displayed a handgun, and demanded cash. One suspect fired one round and both fled on foot. The victim did not require medical attention. Both suspects were described as black, approximately 5 feet 9 inches, one heavy-set, and one with a thin build.
11300 block of Aristotle Drive, liquor and prescription medication from residence
12000 block of Lee Jackson Memorial, driver’s license from business
13000 block of Lee Jackson Memorial Highway, wallet from business
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