4400 block of Chantilly Shopping Center, cash from residence
6600 block of Mountain Shadow Trail, property from residence
TRAFFIC PURSUIT/PWID OF MARIJUANA/ARREST: Richmond Highway/Quander Road, 3/7/17, around 6 p.m. Officers attempted to stop a car for a traffic violation when the driver took off and refused to stop. Responding officers assisted in getting the suspect’s car stopped and found two young children inside. Additionally, narcotics were found in the car. Monique Reid, 27, of Alexandria was arrested, taken to the Adult Detention Center and charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana, two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and eluding law enforcement.
7800 block of Audubon Avenue, tools from residence
1600 block of Belle View Boulevard, merchandise from business
8200 block of Crown Court Road, jewelry from residence
2500 block of Parkers Lane, cell phone from residence
800 block of Balls Hill Road, wallet from business
1900 block of Chain Bridge Road, wallet from business
7300 block of Georgetown Pike, purse from business
9400 block of Lee Highway, video game from residence
8600 block of Westwood Center Drive, 2001 Ford Windstar
DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED/RESISTING ARREST: 4300 Evergreen Lane, 3/8/17, around 11 p.m. An officer conducted a traffic stop on a suspected DWI. The male driver refused to cooperate with the officer’s verbal commands and locked himself in the car. Eventually officers made entry into the car, where the suspect continued to resist. Rene Portillo, 27, of Springfield was taken into custody, treated for minor injuries and taken to the Adult Detention Center and charged with driving while intoxicated (2nd within 5 years), two counts of obstruction of justice and assault on law enforcement.
BURGLARY: 7100 block of Strathmore Street, 3/7/17, around 6 p.m. We responded for a report of a burglary. The homeowners arrived home from work and saw a window open. A few video games were taken from the house.
BURGLARY: 7400 block of Add Drive, 3/7/17, around 7 p.m. We responded for a report of a burglary. The homeowners arrived home from work and saw the back patio door open in the basement. Several items were out of place, but the only thing reported missing were a few beers.
7400 block of Beverly Manor Drive, package from residence
6500 block of Columbia Pike, computer from residence
7100 block of Cynthia Court, package from residence
5500 block of Leesburg Pike, shoes from business
BURGLARY/ARREST: 1700 block of Beaver Circle, 3/8/17, around 3 a.m. A homeowner awoke to suspicious noises in his house. Officers responded and located a 17-year-old juvenile hiding in a closet. The suspect was arrested and taken to the Reston District Station to be interviewed by detectives.
2500 block of John Milton Drive, liquor from business
6500 block of Backlick Road, briefcase from vehicle
9400 block of Lorton Market Street, liquor from business
9400 block of Lorton Market Street, wallet from vehicle
6400 block of Springfield Towne Center, merchandise from business
6100 block of Summer Park Lane, laptop computer from residence
6100 block of Summer Park Lane, electronic device from residence
7400 block of Reservation Drive, cash from school
6100 block of Rolling Road, cash from vehicle
12700 block of Heron Ridge Drive, wallet from residence
13800 block of Metrotech Drive, merchandise from business
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CALLS FOR SERVICE SUMMARY
Date Covered: 3/6/17
Total Calls for Service: 1,286
Total Persons Experiencing Mental Crisis Calls for Service: 12
Total Domestic-Related Calls for Service: 24
Total Crash Calls for Service: 93
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