FCPD WEEKEND RECAP FOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 29
BURGLARY: 6800 block of Drifton Court, 10/26/18, sometime during the day. The victim came home and noticed her bedroom was ransacked. Further investigation revealed the sliding glass door in the basement was broken and jewelry was missing.
15600 block of Braddock Road, laptop computer from vehicle
6000 block of Honnicut Drive, property from residence
5100 block of Westfields Boulevard, beer from business
13900 block of Big Yankee Lane, 2008 Honda Accord
3000 block of Virginia Dare Court, 1998 Ford 250
ROBBERY: 5735 Telegraph Road (Cleaners & Tailor), 10/27/18, 10:17 a.m. Tarik Abraham, 35 of Washington D.C., walked into the store and took money out of the register. When the victim confronted Abraham, he punched her in the head. The victim yelled for help and a citizen took immediate action. The citizen held on to Abraham until the police arrived on scene. Abraham was arrested and charged with robbery.
ASSAULT ON LAW ENFORCEMENT: 8257 Richmond Highway (Red Carpet Inn), 10/28/18, 6:25 p.m. Officers responded for a drunk woman in the hotel. Officers arrived and saw several men trying to prevent her from hurting herself. In the process, an officer saw her kick a toddler. While taking her into custody she bit an officer in the arm. Concerned for her level of intoxication, she was taken to the hospital where she assaulted several nurses. Jeicel Varela Rosales, 18 of Alexandria, was charged with malicious wounding, assault on law enforcement officer, child abuse, battery against a health care provider, underage possession of alcohol and obstruction of justice.
(NO MUGSHOT AVAILABLE)
3100 block of Clayborne Avenue, license plate from vehicle
2300 block of Huntington Avenue, cigarettes from business
6600 block of Potomac Avenue, license plate from vehicle
7700 block of Richmond Highway, tools from business
8200 block of Richmond Highway, wallet from vehicle
3700 block of Shannon’s Green Way, jewelry from locations
ROBBERY: 8117 Leesburg Pike (CVS), 10/28/18, 2:54 p.m. Mark Connor, 34, of Maryland, walked into the CVS, went behind the counter and told an employee he was there to rob him. Officers arrived and placed Connor under arrest for robbery, false identification to law enforcement and felony possession of narcotics.
8100 block of Arlington Boulevard, cell phone from location
26700 block of Avenir Place, cell phones from business
9100 block of Briarwoods Farms Court, cell phone from location
7400 block of Georgetown Pike, credit, debit cards and cash from location
8200 block of Greensboro Drive, headphones and cell phone from location
8300 block of Leesburg Pike, wallet from location
2100 block of Tannin Place, tires and rims from vehicle
TRESPASSING: 3400 block of Charles Street, 10/26/18, 11:50 a.m. An officer noticed several people walking out of an abandoned house with a no trespassing sign posted. Trujillo Ramirez, 51, of Falls Church, Ricky Santiago, 58, no fixed address, Gilberto Amaya Quezada, 63, of Falls Church, Irvin Quintanilla, 34, of Falls Church, and Juan Villacorto Benitez, 30, of Falls Church, were arrested and charged with trespassing.
3200 block of Holly Hill Drive, decorations from residence
5800 block of Leesburg Pike, wallet from location
6100 block of Leesburg Pike, cash from residence
6100 block of Little River Turnpike, air compressor from business
3500 block of Moncure Avenue, beer from business
3000 block of Patrick Henry Drive, beer from business
3100 block of Row Street, property from vehicle
3800 block of South George Mason Drive, liquor and food from business
3500 block of South Jefferson Street, merchandise from business
6800 block of Westlawn Drive, license plate from vehicle
Old Centerville Road/Acorn Hunt Place, tires from vehicle
1800 block of Wiehle Avenue, merchandise from business
ROBBERY: 6500 Springfield Mall (Springfield Town Center), 10/27/18, 8:52 p.m. The victim used an application to meet someone and buy several phones. As he was inspecting the phones, one of the three suspects displayed a gun and demanded money and his car keys. The suspects left in a silver or gray four door Mitsubishi Gallant or Lancer with a broken front passenger side window and a large rear spoiler. One suspect was described as a black man, 23-years-of-age, 5’5”, and 160 pounds. The second suspect was described as a black man, 25-years-of-age, 6’01”, 190 pounds. The third suspect was described as a black man, 25-years-of-age.
6600 block of Loisdale Road, boots from business
4500 block of Southland Avenue, packages from residence
9800 block of Richmond Highway, 2014 Chrysler 300
6600 block of Springfield Towne Center, 2016 Honda Pilot
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ATTEMPTED BANK ROBBERY: 8096 Rolling Road (Bank of America), 10/27/18, 11:18 a.m. A bank employee was approached by a suspect who gave the employee a note, announcing a robbery. Before obtaining money, the suspect left the bank. The suspect was described as a black man, approximately 25-years-of-age, 6’0” and around 160 pounds.
5000 block of Harford Lane, cell phone from residence
4900 block of King David, decorations from residence
4200 block of Bumbry Terrace, wallet from vehicle
11700 block of Fair Oaks Shopping Center, cell phone from location
10200 block of Greenspire Drive, package from residence
13900 block of Mansarde Avenue, tires from vehicle
12500 block of Summit Manor Drive, bicycle from location
3400 block of Valewood Drive, jewelry and purse from residence
5500 block of Willow Valley Road, wallet from vehicle
CALLS FOR SERVICE SUMMARY
Date Covered: 10/26 – 10/28/18
Total calls for Service: 3,795
Total Domestic Related Calls for Service: 87
Total Persons Experiencing Mental Crisis Calls for Service: 54
Total Crash Calls for Service: 337
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