FCPD RECAP April 11, 2017
No significant events.
BURGLARY: 6400 block of Cavalier Drive, between 4/8/and 4/10/17. Homeowners reported that while they were away for the weekend someone entered their home and took property.
5900 block of Grand Pavilion Way, cell phone from residence
No significant events.
ARMED ROBBERY: 5100 block of Lincoln Avenue, 4/10/17, around 4:20 p.m. A 19-year-old man was waiting for a ride in a courtyard area when six men approached him. One suspect punched him and when the victim fell to the ground, they all punched and kicked him. They took his shoes and cash from his pockets and fled the area. The victim was treated for minor injuries. Four of the suspects were described as black and one was white; all between the ages of 16 and 19.
6100 block of Leesburg Pike, bicycles from residence
3000 block of Sleepy Hollow Road, license plate from vehicle
11900 block of Democracy Drive, cell phone from residence
6500 block of Frontier Drive, cell phone from residence
6400 block of Springfield Plaza, merchandise from business
9200 block of Old Keene Mill Road, medication from business
MALICIOUS WOUNDING/ARREST: 3200 block of Dutch Mill Court, 4/10/17, around 11 p.m. Officers responded to a 911 call at a dark intersection near Hope Park Road. A man, later identified as Joseph Rainey, ran out of the woods toward the officers holding his abdomen. An investigation determined that Rainey had been at a house with a man when an assault occurred and Rainey stabbed him. The 58-year-old victim had a minor injury and refused rescue. Rainey, 22, of Chantilly was arrested, taken to the Adult Detention Center and charged with malicious wounding.
2900 block of Chain Bridge Road, groceries from business
12300 block of Lee Jackson Memorial Highway, license plate from vehicle
CALLS FOR SERVICE SUMMARY
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