FCPD RECAP January 4, 2017

SULLY DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

11700 block of Fair Oaks Mall, merchandise from business

4900 block of Stonecroft Boulevard, gun from vehicle

14100 block of Sully Field Circle, property from residence

STOLEN VEHICLES:

None reported

MOUNT VERNON DISTRICT STATION

ROBBERY: 7900 block of Audubon Avenue, 1/3/17, around 10 p.m. A 47-year-old man was delivering food when he was approached from behind by three men. One suspect sprayed a substance in the victim’s face and the others took his wallet and an undisclosed amount of cash. A cell phone and food was also taken. The suspects ran off and were described as black, in their teens. The victim was treated at a local hospital for minor injuries.

LARCENIES:

None reported

STOLEN VEHICLES:

None reported

MCLEAN DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

2000 block of Chain Bridge Road, license plates from vehicle

8000 block of Towers Crescent Drive, cash from residence

8100 block of Weschester Drive, package from residence

STOLEN VEHICLES:

None reported

MASON DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

9200 block of Arlington Boulevard, necklace from residence

3900 block of Brenda Lane, cash from residence

6300 block of Lachine Lane, wallet from residence

4000 block of Medford Drive, cash from vehicle

7200 block of Parkwood Court, package from residence

STOLEN VEHICLES:

None reported

RESTON DISTRICT STATION

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY: 12000 Market Street, 1/3/17, around 11:10 a.m. An employee reported that someone broke into the business overnight and took property. Officers were able to develop suspect information and the case is being actively investigated.

LARCENIES:

12400 block of Sunrise Valley Drive, golf cart from business

8900 block of Victoria Road, wallet from residence

STOLEN VEHICLES:

None reported

FRANCONIA DISTRICT STATION

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LARCENIES:

10000 block of Commonwealth Boulevard,

6600 block of Fleet Drive, license plate from vehicle

4300 block of Gypsy Court, cash from vehicle

 STOLEN VEHICLES:

7400 block of Dunston Street, 2015 Honda Civic

WEST SPRINGFIELD DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

4100 block of Doveville Lane, package from residence

5000 block of Harford Lane, property from vehicle

10300 block of New Guinea Road, wallet from business

STOLEN VEHICLES:

None reported

FAIR OAKS DISTRICT STATION

INDECENT EXPOSURE: Monument Drive/Fair Lakes Parkway, 1/3/17, around 1:10 p.m. A 68-year-old woman was stopped at an intersection when she saw a man standing near the 4200 block of Hunt Club Circle exposing himself. The suspect was described as white, about 30 to 40 years old wearing a dark shirt. The area was checked with negative results.

LARCENIES:

None reported

STOLEN VEHICLES:

None reported

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CALLS FOR SERVICE SUMMARY

Date Covered: 1/3/17

Total Calls for Service: 1,215

Total Persons Experiencing Mental Crisis Calls for Service: 20

Total Domestic-Related Calls for Service: 29

Total Crash Calls for Service: 144

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