FCPD WEEKEND RECAP April 24, 2017
BURGLARY: 5200 block of Jule Star Dr. 4/22/17, 4:27 p.m. Homeowners reported that someone broke into their home and took cash and jewelry. No suspect information.
4200 block of Carmel Terrace, watch and necklace from residence
13800 block of Fount Beattie Court, laptop computer from vehicle
6000 block of Union Mill Road, cell phone from school
SHOOTING: 700 block of Gunston Plaza, 04/21/17, around 8:45 p.m. Two men were fighting when one of them, a 25-year-old, became unconscious. The second man continued to attack the unconscious man, when a 35-year-old man attempted to intervene. The suspect ran away but then turned around and fired a handgun toward the victims, striking the 35-year-old in the lower leg. Both victims sustained non-life-threatening injuries. The suspect was described as black, about 5 feet 11 inches tall, and 170 pounds. He was wearing a green shirt and khaki pants. The investigation is ongoing.
4400 block of Groom Bridge Way, purse from vehicle
2500 block of Parkers Lane, property from residence
2500 block of Parkers Lane, gun from vehicle
7700 block of Richmond Highway, tools from business
8100 block of Richmond Highway, jewelry from residence
8200 block of Richmond Highway, groceries from business
8600 block of Richmond Highway, liquor from business
BURGLARY: 7300 block of Fairwood Ln. 4/22/17, 9:23 p.m. Homeowners reported hearing the alarm sounding and someone in their home. Officers found evidence of a burglary but there is no suspect information.
BURGLARY: 2914 Stuart Dr. 4/22/17, 9:30 p.m. Homeowners left their house for about two hours. When they returned, they found evidence that someone had entered their home but nothing appeared to have been taken. There is no suspect information.
BURGLARY: 1800 BLOCK OF Gilson St. 4/23/17, 6:48 p.m. Homeowners report someone entered the home and took laptop computers and miscellaneous clothing. There is no suspect information.
1900 block of Chain Bridge Road, merchandise from business
2000 block of International Drive, purses from business
6200 block of Long Meadow Road, jewelry from residence
28000 block of Merrilee Drive, credit cards from residence
4000 block of Arcadia Road, license plate from vehicle
6100 block of Arlington Boulevard, tip jar from business
7200 block of Arlington Boulevard, merchandise from business
6000 block of Leesburg Pike, license plates from vehicle
6100 block of Little River Turnpike, wallet from business
6500 block of Little River Turnpike, cell phone from residence
3500 block of Moncure Avenue, beer from business
4200 block of Wadsworth Court, tools from business
1600 block of Becontree Lane, bicycle from residence
12000 block of Greywing Square, bicycle from residence
1800 block of Michael Faraday Drive, property from business
12800 block of Tewksbury Drive, cash and sunglasses from vehicle
1800 block of Wiehle Avenue, beer from business
4400 block of Elan Court, catalytic converter from vehicle
6500 block of Frontier Drive, merchandise from business
5700 block of Marble Arch Way, ring from residence
BURGLARY: 7700 block of Tower Woods Dr. 4/23/17, 11:59. The homeowner reports that someone entered the home and took miscellaneous property. There is no suspect information.
8700 block of Susquehanna Street, rings from residence
2500 block of Chain Bridge Road, property from business
3400 block of Hidden Meadow Drive, packages from residence
12100 block of Monument Drive, license plates from vehicle
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