FCPD RECAP for Monday, April 8
POSSESION OF A STOLEN FIREARM/POSSESION OF MARIJUANA: Lee Road/Lee Jackson Memorial Highway, 04/05/19, 2:50 p.m. Officers were in the area checking for a car that was involved in a domestic dispute. The car was located and stopped after several traffic violations. Officers smelled marijuana and searched the car, finding marijuana along with a backpack that contained two semi-automatic guns and three loaded magazines. One of the guns was stolen from a recent burglary case. John Brian Thompson, 26, of Centreville, was charged with possession with the intent to distribute marijuana, possession of stolen property and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Ajaratu Saramba Mansaray, 22, of Centreville, was charged with possession of marijuana and driving on a revoked license. No photo available.
14300 block of Chantilly Crossing Lane, merchandise from business
14300 block of Green Trails Boulevard, property from school
14900 block of Lady Madonna Court, tools and cash from vehicle
24400 block of Millstream Drive, gun from residence
5700 block of Osprey Court, charger from residence
14900 block of Rydell Road, furniture from residence
4900 block of Stone Croft Boulevard, medication from vehicle
5900 block of Trinity Parkway, cash from business
RECKLESS DISCHARGE: 3500 block of Pike Road, 04/05/19, 7:19 p.m. Officers responded to the Lorton Healthplex for a woman who had a gunshot wound. Officers learned she accidentally shot herself in the foot while playing with her gun in her backyard. No one else was injured. She was taken to the hospital by a family member. Charges will be determined pending consultation with the Office of the Commonwealth Attorney.
FELON IN POSSESION OF A FIREARM/TRESPASSING: 8200 block of Richmond Highway, 04/05/19, 4:06 p.m. An officer saw Nehemiah Domique Coleman, 27, of Alexandria, walking in the area and knew he was wanted on an outstanding warrant for trespassing. The officer followed Coleman who ran but was quickly caught after a short foot pursuit. While running, Coleman threw down a gun that officers found nearby. Coleman was charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of ammunition by a convicted felon, carrying a concealed weapon, obstruction of justice, trespassing and was served the outstanding trespassing warrant.
ROBBERY: 3000 block of Westford View Court, 4/7/19, 12:45 a.m. Two teens were walking home when they were confronted by five to seven men. One man displayed a knife and told them to empty their pockets. The suspects took their personal property and ran away. All suspects were described as black men in their early 20s.
4200 block of Corcoran Street, cell phones from residence
8400 block of Frye Road, beer from business
2200 block of Huntington Avenue, cell phones from location
6100 block of Richmond Highway, property from business
8600 block of Richmond Highway, merchandise from business
8200 block of Russell Road, beer from business
6500 block of Tower Drive, tools from vehicle
CREDIT CARD FRAUD: 1961 Chain Bridge Road (Apple store), 04/05/19, 1:47 p.m. Loss prevention staff alerted officers about a man who was inside the store and believed to be a suspect in a previous credit card fraud case. Officers determined there were two other men working with the man inside the store. They were using fraudulent identification along with stolen credit cards to make purchases. Officers arrested all three men and found devices in their car used to manufacture fraudulent identification documents and credit cards. Also inside the car was approximately $50,000 worth of property. Madalin Florea, 43, of Connecticut, was charged with three counts of credit card theft, three counts of credit card fraud, three counts of larceny with intent to sell and possession of a fictitious driver’s license. Coja Ion, 60, of no fixed address, was charged with credit card theft, credit card fraud, larceny with intent to sell and possession of a fictitious driver’s license. Gabriel Balam, 29, no fixed address, was charged with credit card theft, credit card fraud, larceny with intent to sell and three counts of possession of a fictitious driver’s license.
1400 block of Chain Bridge Road, wine from business
1600 block of International Drive, cell phone from location
7900 block of Jones Branch, tires from vehicle
7300 block of Lee Highway, detergent from business
1200 block of Meyer Court, check from location
2000 block of Peach Orchard Drive, cell phone and cash from location
CHILD ENDANGERMENT/DWI/POSSESION OF MARIJUANA/FELON IN POSSESION OF AMMUNITION: Gallows Road/I-495, 04/05/19, 11:30 a.m. Officers found a car that was stopped in the far-left lane of Gallows Road over I-495. Dieu Tran, 29, of Annandale, was asleep in the driver’s seat and Javis Burton, 29, of Annandale, was asleep in the rear seat. Also in the car were two children, a 6-year-old girl in the front passenger seat and a 2-month-old boy unsecured in an infant car seat. Tran was under the influence of several prescription drugs and other unknown narcotics and was in possession of marijuana. Burton was under the influence of alcohol, in possession of marijuana and had a bullet in his shoe. Tran was charged with driving under the influence, possession of marijuana, driving on suspended and two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Burton was charged with drunk in public, possession of marijuana, felon in possession of ammunition and two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Child Protective Services took custody of both children.
3300 block of Gallows Road, ring from location
5500 block of Leesburg Pike, cell phone from location
6200 block of Little River Turnpike, wallet from location
7000 block of Little River Turnpike, merchandise from business
3500 block of Moncure Avenue, cell phone from location
3100 block of Parkwood Terrace, package from residence
7300 block of Parkwood Court, cell phone from location
6200 block of Seven Corners Center, merchandise from business
3500 block of South Jefferson Street, merchandise from business
8700 block of Oak Leaf Drive, 2018 Volkswagen Atlas
11900 block of Market Street, merchandise from business
2400 block of Masons Ferry Drive, cash from location
6700 block of Commerce Street, electronic devices from vehicle
7100 block of De Groff Court, musical instrument from vehicle
7700 block of Gunston Plaza, merchandise from business
6400 block of Springfield Plaza, groceries from business
6500 block of Springfield Towne Center, cell phone from location
7000 block of Spring Garden Drive, purse from vehicle
ASSAULT ON LAW ENFORCEMENT/SIMPLE ASSAULT: 7885 Heritage Drive (H Mart), 4/6/19, 7:50 p.m. Officers responded to a report of two men fighting inside the store. When officers arrived, they found one man in the parking lot who was intoxicated and resisted arrest. During the struggle, he assaulted two of the officers. 26-year-old Yojan Lopez, of Annandale, was arrested and charged with two counts of assault on law enforcement and simple assault.
9600 block of Chapel Hill Drive, cash from residence
7200 block of Fullerton Road, wallet and cell phone from location
9500 block of Old Keene Mill Road, merchandise from business
6200 block of Sydney Road, leaf blower from residence
11700 block of Fair Oaks Shopping Center, merchandise from business
11600 block of Monument Drive, merchandise from business
11000 block of Oakton Woods Way, cash and ring from residence
3000 block of Steven Martin Drive, electronic device and wallet from vehicle
CALLS FOR SERVICE SUMMARY
Date Covered: 04/05/2019-04/07/2019
Total calls for Service: 3694
Total Domestic Related Calls for Service: 94
Total Persons Experiencing Mental Crisis Calls for Service: 51
Total Crash Calls for Service: 288
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