FCPD RECAP Thursday, August 10
5700 block of Harrier Drive, bicycles from residence
2600 block of Arlington Drive, property from storage unit
7900 block of Bayberry Drive, cash from vehicle
2700 block of Carter Farm Court, property from vehicle
7800 block of Friars Court, purse from vehicle
3100 block of Furman Lane, property from vehicle
2800 block of Holland Court, property from vehicle
2500 block of Parkers Lane, cash from vehicle
8300 block of Richmond Highway, phone from business
5900 block of Richmond Highway, license plates from business
7300 block of Richmond Highway, food from business
8700 block of Sacramento Drive, purse from vehicle
BURGLARIES: Two businesses in the 8100 block of Leesburg Pike were broken into between the afternoon of August 8 and yesterday morning resulting in minor damage and missing items.
1900 block of Chain Bridge Road, merchandise from business
8300 block of Leesburg Pike, merchandise from business
NARCOTICS VIOLATION/ASSAULT ON A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER/ARREST: An officer initiated a traffic stop for an equipment violation around 12:50 yesterday morning in the area of Lincolnia Road and Gloucester Road. Once stopped, everyone got out of the car and ran. The officer caught up to 22-year-old Alexandria resident, Deybi Cruz Saravia, who put up a fight while being taken into custody. A second suspect, 25-year-old Edwin Solarzano Saravia, then circled back to the scene and aggressively approached the officers. He fought with them as they took him into custody. The third suspect was not located. Cruz Saravia was charged with possession of cocaine, obstruction of justice, and assault on a law enforcement officer. Solarzano Saravia was charged with assault on a law enforcement officer. No mugshots available.
6500 block of Columbia Pike, purse from vehicle
6500 block of Columbia Pike, property from residence
6100 block of Little River Turnpike, phone from person
3500 block of Moncure Avenue, boots from business
ASSAULT: A 19-year-old man was assaulted by a group of men around 7:10 last night in the 11800 block of South Lakes Drive. Two other men who attempted to intervene were also assaulted by the group. The victims sustained minor injuries. The suspects were described as black, in their 20s, between 5’7” and 5’10”.
13300 block of Hungerford Place, property from vehicle
2300 block of Old Trail Drive, property from person
4900 block of Birch Lane, property from vehicle
7600 block of Loisdale Road, tires from vehicles
7100 block of Silver Lake Boulevard, property from residence
6400 block of Springfield Plaza, merchandise from business
10600 block of Braddock Road, money from business
9500 block of Braddock Road, phone from residence
9300 block of Peter Roy Court, phone from business
9400 block of Lakeland Fells Lane, purse from business
13600 block of Eds Drive, wallet from business
11800 block of Fair Oaks Shopping Center, food from business
3200 block of Jermantown Road, property from residence
11900 block of Palace Way, wallet from business
Two sobriety check points will be conducted this week. One is tonight, in the Mason District, and the second is on Saturday in the Reston District. Both check points will run from 11 p.m. until 2 a.m.
CALLS FOR SERVICE SUMMARY
Date Covered: 08/08/2017
Total Calls for Service: 1, 386
Total Persons Experiencing Mental Crisis Calls for Service: 26
Total Domestic-Related Calls for Service: 24
Total Crash Calls for Service: 109
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