The Daily Blotter September 20, 2016

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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GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Police Explorer (Youth) Program: Seeking New Recruits, Registration Only Happens Once a Year: Three informational meetings to be held at 7 p.m. on the following upcoming Mondays:

  • September 26 at Police Headquarters in Fairfax
  • October 3 at West Potomac High School in Alexandria

Mount Vernon District Station is hosting a Neighborhood Watch Training this evening, September 20, at 7:00 p.m. Come learn safety tips, how to coordinate a watch program in your neighborhood, and more. This training session can hold up to 40 people and is for

Mount Vernon residents. Please RSVP to Officer Urps at 703-360-8928

Virginia Department of Transportation will be milling and paving on Guinea Road, reducing it to one lane, alternating between Braddock Road and Route 236 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the next few weeks. Stay alert and follow officers’ direction. They will be in the work zone for safety.

CALLS FOR SERVICE SUMMARY

Date Covered: 9/19/16

Total Calls for Service: 1,206

Total Persons Experiencing Mental Crisis Calls for Service: 10

Total Domestic Related Calls for Service: 24

Total Crash Calls for Service: 131

SULLY DISTRICT STATION

No significant events reported.

MOUNT VERNON DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

2500 block of Parkers Lane, cash from residence

6800 block of Richmond Highway, purse from business

8200 block of Russell Road, merchandise from business

6300 block of South Kings Highway, clothing from business

MCLEAN DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

2900 block of District Avenue, cash from business

7800 block of Railroad Street, cell phone from school

8600 block of Westwood Center Drive, cash from business

MASON DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES: 

7200 block of Little River Turnpike, liquor from business

RESTON DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

9800 block of Coral Bells Court, bicycle from residence

1500 block of Powells Tavern, property from school

11400 block of Sunset Hills Road, laptop computer from business

STOLEN VEHICLES:

New Dominion Parkway/Library Street, 2007 Toyota Camry

FRANCONIA DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

7400 block of Beulah Street, cell phone from vehicle

7700 block of Elgar Street, license plate from vehicle

5200 block of Monroe Drive, license plate from vehicle

WEST SPRINGFIELD DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

7600 block of Little River Turnpike, wallet from residence

7200 block of White House Drive, cell phone from business

 FAIR OAKS DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

 12500 block of Fair Lakes Circle, mower from vehicle

13300 block of Franklin Farm Road, merchandise from business

4700 block of Holly Avenue, cash from residence

12300 block of Lee Jackson Memorial Highway, cash from residence

13800 block of Redskin Drive, diesel from vehicle

3000 block of Sugar Lane, bags from vehicle

ANIMAL CONTROL DIVISION

ANIMAL BITE: Montauk Ct/New Providence Dr. Falls Church. 9/18/16, 7:25 p.m. A 52-year-old man reported that he was at water’s edge when a Beaver came out of the water and bit his shoe. In an attempt to get the Beaver to release his bite, the man punched the Beaver in the head several times and then fell backward. The Beaver’s bite did not break the skin but the man sustained a cut to the hand he hit the Beaver with. The Beaver was not caught and therefore has not been tested for the Rabies Virus. The man will undergo treatment for the Rabies Virus as a precaution.

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