FCPD WEEKEND RECAP Monday, April 10

SULLY DISTRICT STATION

INDECENT EXPOSURE: 15000 block of Stillfield Place, 4/8/17 around 2:30 p.m. A woman was walking her dog on a trail along a stream. She looked across the stream and saw a man exposing and touching himself inappropriately. The victim immediately left the area then reported the incident. Officers extensively checked the area but did not locate the suspect. He was described as white, in his 40s, about 6 feet 1 inch tall and 200 pounds. He wore a blue plaid shirt and blue jeans.

LARCENIES:

4400 block of Brookfield Corporate Drive, cell phone from business

6000 block of Union Mill Road, cell phone from business

5100 block of Westfields Boulevard, liquor from business

STOLEN VEHICLES:

None reported

MOUNT VERNON DISTRICT STATION

ROBBERY: 7700 block of Richmond Highway (The Home Depot), 4/8/17 around 6:15 a.m. A man entered the store, picked up merchandise and walked toward the exit. As he passed an employee, he threatened her and left the store. The investigation is ongoing.

ROBBERY: 2700 block of Arlington Drive, 4/8/17 around 10:25 p.m. A man was robbed by two acquaintances. The victim was sitting outside when the suspects ran up to him. One of them displayed a knife; they stole cash from the victim and fled. The victim did not require medical attention. The investigation is ongoing.

SHOOTING INTO AN OCCUPIED DWELLING: 7900 block of Audubon Avenue, 4/8/17 between 12:10 and 12:30 a.m. and 4/9/17 around 11:40 p.m. Detectives are investigating two reports of gun shots fired near apartment buildings. The first incident occurred on April 8. Bullets struck at least five cars and the glass door of an apartment. In the second incident, several gun shots were fired into an apartment of a different building. No one was injured in either incident and officers extensively checked the area on both nights but did not locate any suspects. Detectives are looking into whether these incidents are related to each other or to a shooting that occurred nearby on April 6 (see April 7 FCPD RECAP).

LARCENIES:

6800 block of Fort Hunt Road, purse from vehicle

6300 block of Gentele Court, cash from vehicle

6700 block of Richmond Highway, cell phone from business

7700 block of Richmond Highway, merchandise from business

8200 block of Russell Road, cigarettes from business

8100 block of Wellington Road, tools from vehicle

STOLEN VEHICLES:

None reported

MCLEAN DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

1400 block of Balls Hill Road, purse from business

7000 block of Georgetown Pike, book from vehicle

8200 block of Greensboro Drive, credit cards from vehicle

2000 block of International Drive, merchandise from business

2000 block of International Drive, personal documents from vehicle

8300 block of Leesburg Pike, merchandise from business

STOLEN VEHICLES:

7400 block of Paxton Road, 1994 Plymouth Voyager

MASON DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

5800 block of Crossroads Center, merchandise from business

6100 block of Leesburg Pike, property from residence

STOLEN VEHICLES:

None reported

RESTON DISTRICT STATION

BURGLARY: 1600 block of Autumnwood Drive, 4/6/17 between 10:30 and 11 p.m. Someone stole property from an open garage and a car parked right outside.

LARCENIES:

12900 block of Centre Park Circle, passport from vehicle

STOLEN VEHICLES:

None reported

FRANCONIA DISTRICT STATION

ATTEMPTED BURGLARY: 6300 block of Bren Mar Drive, 4/6/17 around 1:30 a.m. A man attempted to get into a home, but was unsuccessful. Detectives are investigating.

LARCENIES:

6700 block of Bland Street, merchandise from business

6100 block of Rose Hill Drive, liquor from business

6500 block of Springfield Towne Center, merchandise from business

6600 block of Springfield Towne Center, property from vehicle

STOLEN VEHICLES:

None reported

WEST SPRINGFIELD DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

10600 block of Braddock Road, liquor from business

9200 block of Old Keene Mill Road, purse from business

6100 block of Rolling Road, purse from vehicle

STOLEN VEHICLES:

None reported

FAIR OAKS DISTRICT STATION

MALICIOUS WOUNDING/ATTEMPTED CARJACKING/DRUNK IN PUBLIC/ARREST: 9700 block of Blake Lane, 4/9/17 around 9:25 a.m. Officers responded for a report of man threatening to harm himself and others inside a home. As they approached the home, a 60-year-old woman drove up to them and said a man just attempted to forcefully steal her car as she was driving. Officers checked the area and found a man sitting near the intersection of Blake Lane and Five Oaks Road. An investigation determined he was the same man from the original call and that he had also assaulted a 31-year-old man who was running along Blake Lane. Sergio A. Vigil, 25, of Fairfax, was arrested, taken to the Adult Detention Center and charged with carjacking, malicious wounding, assault and drunk in public. The female victim did not require medical attention; the male victim was taken to the hospital and treated for non-life-threatening injuries. No mug shot is available.

LARCENIES:

11700 block of Fairfax Woods Way, jewelry from residence

11100 block of Lee Highway, merchandise from business

STOLEN VEHICLES:

None reported

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