FCPD WEEKEND RECAP January 30, 2017



4100 block of Auto Park Circle, cash from business

14800 block of Stonecroft Center Court, tires from vehicle


ASSAULT ON LAW ENFORCEMENT/DWI/ARREST: Mount Vernon Highway/Richmond Highway, 1/28/17, around 4:20 a.m. Officers responded to a report of a woman who crashed into a ditch and tried to walk away from the scene. An investigation determined she was intoxicated. When officers tried to take her into custody, she actively resisted and kicked one of them. Xiomara Janet Benavidez Romero, 29, of Alexandria, was arrested, taken to Mount Vernon Police Station and charged with DWI (2nd within 5 years), unreasonable refusal (2nd offense), and assault on law enforcement (2nd offense).


COMMERCIAL ROBBERY: 8600 block of Richmond Highway (7-Eleven), 1/28/17, around 6:20 a.m. An employee reported that a man came in the store and asked for cigarettes. When the employee turned, the suspect displayed a handgun and demanded cash. The victim gave the suspect an undisclosed amount of cash and the suspect fled. He was described as black, with short black hair and wearing dark clothing. The victim did not require medical attention.


3100 block of Lockheed Boulevard, merchandise from business

7700 block of Richmond Highway, credit cards from vehicle

7900 block of Richmond Highway, cash from residence

8000 block of Richmond Highway, beer from business

8600 block of Richmond Highway, liquor from business

8200 block of Russell Road, beer from business


7300 block of Fairchild Drive, 2006 Ford Goldline E350

3100 block of Furman Lane, 2006 BMW 525i


Update: Victims of McLean Murder-Suicide Identified

MOB ASSAULT/MALICIOUS WOUNDING/ARREST: 8500 block of Lee Highway (La Choza Grill), 1/30/17, around 2 a.m. Officers responded for a report of a stabbing. An investigation determined that the employees of the business were in the process of closing when three men began to bang on the door demanding service. The owner and an employee confronted the suspects who displayed knives and assaulted them. The suspects fled, but two of them were located and taken into custody. One victim and both suspects were treated at a local hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. Charges are pending.


8300 block of Boone Bouleavard, speaker from vehicle

8500 block of Leesburg Pike, wallet from business

7800 block of Tysons Corner Center, purse from business


INDECENT EXPOSURE/DRUNK IN PUBLIC/ARREST: 6000 block of Leesburg Pike (Pueblo Nuevo), 1/28/17, around 12:20 a.m. An officer was in the vicinity of the business when he saw a man exit the bar and expose himself. The officer attempted to talk to him, but the suspect did not comply with the officer’s commands. Porfirio Rodriguez, 22, of Falls Church, was arrested, taken to the Adult Detention Center and charged with indecent exposure and drunk in public.


MALICIOUS WOUNDING/ARREST: 4200 block of John Marr Drive, 1/29/17, around 4:35 p.m. Officers responded to a report of a woman who was stabbed at a bus stop. Initial investigation determined a man was at the bus stop and made advances toward her. When she refused him, he went into a nearby store, stole a knife and stabbed the victim multiple times. The suspect fled on foot, but was quickly located and arrested. Peter Roesller, 31, of no fixed address, was taken to the Adult Detention Center and charged with larceny and malicious wounding. The victim was taken to a local hospital and treated for serious injuries.


ARMED ROBBERY: Glen Carlyn/Vista Drive, 1/27/17, around 11:20 p.m. A 25-year-old man was walking home when another man approached him, displayed a knife and demanded cash. The victim gave the suspect his phone and the suspect ran away. The victim did not require medical attention. The suspect was described as Hispanic, about 20 years old and wearing dark clothing.


3100 block of Fairview Park Drive, backpack and glasses from vehicle

3300 block of Gallows Road, coat from vehicle

5100 block of Leesburg Pike, ring from vehicle

6000 block of Leesburg Pike, credit card from business

3300 block of Lothian Road, ventilator from vehicle

3500 block of South Jefferson Street, merchandise from business

4300 block of Summit Place, cash and necklaces from residence



1800 block of Cameron Glen Drive, briefcase from vehicle

2400 block of Centreville Road, phone from business

10500 block of Dunn Meadow Road, ring from residence

2500 block of John Milton Drive, liquor from business

11900 block of Market Street, merchandise from business

1400 block of Powells Tavern Place, hoses from residence

1500 block of Scandia Circle, medication from residence

11100 block of South Lakes Drive, merchandise from business


STOLEN AUTO/ARREST: Ravensworth Road/Gresham Street, 1/29/17, around 2:05 a.m. Officers were pursuing a stolen car with two people inside. Eventually, the car came to a stop in a residential area and the occupants, a 17-year-old boy and 16-year-old girl, were arrested. The teenaged boy was taken to the Juvenile Detention Center and charged with DWI, speed to elude, driving without a license, possession of tobacco by a minor, and possession of stolen goods, and driving without lights. The teenaged girl was released to a guardian.

HOME INVASION ROBBERY: 6500 block of Lee Valley Drive, 1/27/17, around 2:30 p.m. A 68-year-old woman was home alone when three teenaged boys knocked on the door. They came in without permission, pushed the victim down and ransacked the house. They took an Xbox and fled on foot. The victim did not required medical attention. The suspects could only be described as Hispanic.


6200 block of Backlick Road, purse from business

6900 block of Hechinger Drive, phone from business

5700 block of Kingstowne Boulevard, merchandise from business

5800 block of Kingstowne Boulevard, merchandise from business

9400 block of Lorton Market Street, liquor from business

6300 block of Springfield Plaza, ring from business

6800 block of Springfield Towne Center, merchandise from business



6000 block of Burke Commons Road, merchandise from business

5900 block of Burnside Landing Drive, wallet and coat from business

7200 block of Fullerton Road, phone from business

7800 block of Heritage Drive, beer from business

5800 block of Kara Place, medication from residence

7600 block of Little River Turnpike, wallet from residence


AGGRAVATED ASSAULT ON LAW ENFORCEMENT/ARREST: 11700 block of Fair Oaks Shopping Center, 1/25/17, around 8:20 p.m. Bike Team officers were patrolling the mall area when they smelled a strong odor of marijuana emanating from a car. When the officer approached the driver, he drove off in a reckless manner, nearly causing an accident. Other units attempted to stop the car, but the suspect accelerated rapidly towards the officers’ position. The officers jumped out of the way of the moving car and the suspect sped off. Officers worked diligently to identify the suspect and arrested him the next day. Ivan Ziglar, 32, of Lorton, was taken to the Adult Detention Center and charged with two counts of aggravated assault on law enforcement and felony speeding to elude.



13000 block of Autumn Willow Drive, cell phone from business

12200 block of Fair Lakes Promenade Drive, clothing from business

11200 block of James Swart Circle, clothing and jewelry from business

13000 block of Lee Jackson Memorial Highway, merchandise from business

13100 block of Westbrook Drive, copper wire and batteries from vehicle


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