FCPD WEEKEND RECAP Monday, November 26
BURGLARY: 14330 Green Trails Boulevard (Centreville Elementary School), 11/23/18, 6:36p.m. Officers responded to a school alarm and discovered two windows broken near one of the entrances. Once inside, additional damage was found throughout several areas of the school.
5700 block of Bent Tree Lane, package from residence
BURGLARY: 2600 block of Arlington Drive, between 11/21/18 7:00a.m. and 11/25/18 6:00p.m. The victim had been gone since Tuesday morning and came home Sunday night to find that someone had entered their home through a rear sliding glass door. Several electronic devices were stolen from the home with no witnesses to the crime.
7700 block of Richmond Highway, bicycle from location
8600 block of Shadwell Drive, wallet from location
GRAND LARCENY / PURSUIT: 1961 Chain Bridge Road (Zara), 11/23/2018, 10:05 p.m. Three women ran out of the Zara store with bags of merchandise. They got into a car and sped away from the area. Officers attempted to stop the car, but the driver disregarded the officers’ attempts to stop them. The pursuit ended when the driver hit several other cars that were stopped at a red light, and all occupants were arrested. No one was injured. Caprice Davis, 18, of Capital Heights, MD, was charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Keva Iracks, 19, of Washington, D.C., was charged with two counts of grand larceny, larceny with intent to distribute, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Germaine Johnson, 20, of Gaithersburg, MD, was charged with obstruction of justice, providing false identification to law enforcement, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, grand larceny, and larceny with intent to distribute. Daysha Robinson, 20, of Washington, D.C., was charged with felony child endangerment, grand larceny, and felony speed to elude. The group was responsible for stealing from multiple businesses in the area.
1900 block of Chain Bridge Road, sunglasses from business
8300 block of Greensboro Drive, jewelry from residence
8300 block of Leesburg Pike, credit cards from location
1800 block of Old Meadow Road, wallet and cell phones from location
8100 block of Tysons Corner Center, merchandise from business
2900 block of Meadow View Road, 2002 Ford F350 station wagon
ROBBERY: 3300 block of Culmore Court, 11/23/18, 9:30p.m. The victim had been walking home from the store when he was approached by four young men who demanded his wallet and money. When the victim refused, he was punched and kicked by the four men who took his wallet and phone before leaving on foot in an unknown direction. The victim was only able to describe his attackers being Hispanic teenagers.
6200 block of Little River Turnpike, liquor from business
5500 block of Seminary Road, shoes from vehicle
RECKLESS DISCHARGE: 2200 block of Cocquina Drive, 11/23/18, 5:49p.m. Our officers responded to a report of a gunshots heard in the area. A witness directed officers to the exact house where the shots were fired, at which point officers secured the scene and had the residents of the home exit without incident. It was determined that Manuel De Jesus Cruz, 45, of Reston, had fired his handgun several times into the air from his porch. De Jesus Cruz was arrested and charged with reckless handling of a firearm and shooting in a public place.
1800 block of Cameron Glen Drive, clothing, shoes and speaker from residence
11800 block of Spectrum Center, cell phone from location
GRAND LARCENY / PURSUIT: 6500 Springfield Mall (Victoria’s Secret), 11/23/2018, 4:55 p.m. Officers witnessed 4 women running out of Victoria’s Secret carrying merchandise and being chased by an employee. The women got into a gray Acura sedan and drove onto Loisdale Road, refusing to stop for pursuing officers. Officers pursued the car when the suspect vehicle crashed into a citizen’s car. All 4 suspects bailed out of the car and ran through a parking lot before being apprehended by officers. The driver of the citizen’s car was transported to a local hospital for minor pain. Lakeisha Bell, 33, Nevada McLeod, 18, Ashlee Perry, 19, all from Baltimore, Maryland, and Mor’Shary Jackson, 23, of Gwynn Oak, Maryland were charged with; grand larceny, possession of burglarious tools, larceny with intent to sell, and littering. In addition, Bell was also charged with disregarding a police command to stop, felony hit and run, and resisting arrest/obstructing justice.
UNLAWFUL ENTRY: 4000 block of Pine Brook Road, 11/22/18, 6 a.m. A homeowner came downstairs to find a strange man sleeping on his couch. He went back upstairs and called police. Officers arrived and discovered the man still asleep. Estip Luizaga Claros, 23, of Arlington, was taken into custody and charged with unlawful entry.
PURSUIT/CHILD ABUSE/LARCENY: Rose Hill Drive at Franconia Road, 11/21/18, 11:30 p.m. An officer ran the license plate of a car which came back as stolen from D.C. The officer tried to stop the car but it drove away at a high rate of speed. As the car turned onto Telegraph Road, the driver lost control, crossed the median, over the sidewalk and became disabled. The driver ran away but was caught a short time later. Inside the car, officers found a woman and two small children who were not in car seats. Further investigation revealed that prior to the pursuit, the driver, Dominique Williams, 30, of Washington, D.C., stole groceries from the Safeway at 6130 Rose Hill Drive. Williams was charged with two counts of child abuse, felony speed to elude, driving without a license, displaying fictitious plates, open container and operating an unregistered vehicle.
6200 block of Backlick Road, purse from vehicle
6500 block of Backlick Road, purse from vehicle
6700 block of Metropolitan Center Drive, merchandise from business
8900 block of Waldren Way, cell phone from vehicle
5000 block of Fleming Drive, property from residence
PURSUIT: Lee Jackson Memorial Highway at Stonecroft Boulevard, 11/24/18, 9:15p.m. One of our officers observed a car pass through a red light on westbound Lee Jackson Memorial Hwy at Lee Rd. After activating his lights and siren, the driver ignored the officer’s equipment and continued to drive until coming to a stop at a red light at Pleasant Valley Dr. The officer was then able to approach the car and obtain the driver’s information. Mr. Kaur Sing, 71, of Aldie, was issued citations for disregarding a red light and misdemeanor speed to elude.
PURSUIT: Blake Lane at Sutton Road, 11/23/18, 9:51p.m. One of our officers observed a car disregarding a stop sign at the intersection of Sutton Rd and County Creek Rd. He turned his emergency lights on and stopped Alla Nikitina, 57, of Oakton, who gave the officer her license. While the officer was walking back to his police cruiser, Nikitina then pulled away and began driving south on Sutton Rd. The officer activated his full emergency equipment and marked in pursuit at Blake Ln and followed Nikitina to a nearby apartment complex where she pulled into a spot and was subsequently detained. She was given citations for disregarding a stop sign and misdemeanor speed to elude.
2300 block of Carta Way, airbags from vehicle
13000 block of Fair Lakes Shopping Center, vacuums from business
11700 block of Fair Oaks Shopping Center, sunglasses from business
13600 block of Legacy Circle, airbag from vehicle
CALLS FOR SERVICE SUMMARY
Date Covered: 11/21/18 – 11/25/18
Total calls for Service: 5,976
Total Domestic Related Calls for Service: 148
Total Persons Experiencing Mental Crisis Calls for Service: 103
Total Crash Calls for Service: 436
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