FCPD Weekly Recap for Friday, March 5
Date Covered: 2/26/2021 – 3/4/2021
Total Calls for Service: 6,988
Total Domestic Related Calls for Service: 213
Total Persons Experiencing Mental Health Crisis Calls for Service: 255
Total Crash Calls for Service: 409
LINKS TO MAJOR CASES
No events to report
MOUNT VERNON DISTRICT STATION
RECKLESS DISCHARGE: 8000 block of Pantano Place, 3/4/21, 2:42 p.m. A person fired a gun, got into a SUV and drove away. No injuries or property damage were reported.
COMMERCIAL BURGLARY: 8030 Lee Highway (Sunoco), 2/27/21, 1:02 a.m. A man forced entry into the business and took property.
COMMERCIAL BURGLARY: 6326 Arlington Boulevard (Grand Mart), 3/2/21, 8:03 a.m. Three people forced entry into the business and took property.
COMMERCIAL BURGLARY: 2822 Graham Road (Ba Le Bakery), 3/3/21, 2:02 a.m. Three people forced entry into the business and took property and cash.
COMMERCIAL BURGLARY: 2081 Chain Bridge Road (Exxon), 3/3/21, 5:20 a.m. Someone forced entry into the business and damaged property.
COMMERCIAL BURGLARY: 8000 Tysons Corner Center (Macy’s), 3/4/21, 3:54 a.m. Someone forced entry into the business and took property.
DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED/VEHICLE PURSUIT: Leesburg Pike at Row Street, 2/28/21, 2 a.m. An officer attempted to stop a 2005 Jeep Liberty for a traffic violation, but the driver refused, resulting in a pursuit. The driver failed to negotiate a turn and the Jeep left the roadway and went over an embankment. The driver, Raul Juarez-Perez, 19, of Falls Church, attempted to run from the scene but was caught by officers. He was charged with speed to elude, driving without a license, driving without headlights, and driving while intoxicated.
ATTEMPTED ROBBERY: 6100 block of Leesburg Pike, 2/28/21, 8:15 p.m. The victim reported four men approached, displayed handguns and demanded money. The victim refused and received a minor injury. All four men ran from the area.
COMMERCIAL BURGLARY: 8708 Little River Turnpike (Ariake Restaurant), 3/3/21, 1:46 a.m. Three people forced entry into the business and took property and cash.
COMMERCIAL ROBBERY: 11160-D South Lakes Drive (Subway), 2/26/21, 4:17 p.m. A man ordered food, displayed a firearm and demanded cash from the register. The man did not obtain cash but ran away with the food.
STOLEN AUTO RECOVERY: 2200 block of Castle Rock Square, 3/1/21, 4:34 p.m. Reston District Neighborhood Patrol Units located a stolen 2012 Ford Fusion in a neighborhood and attempted to stop the car, but the driver refused, drove a short distance and crashed into an unoccupied car. The driver, Anthony Agee, 21, of Reston, was located by a police K9 and taken into custody. He was charged with grand larceny auto theft, reckless driving, false identity to law enforcement and hit and run.
COMMERCIAL BURGLARY: 10701 Leesburg Pike (Sunoco), 3/3/21, 6:04 a.m. Someone forced entry into the business and took property.
SHOOTING: 6100 block of Hibbling Avenue, 3/5/21, 6:50 a.m. Officers responded for a shooting where two adults were injured by gunfire. They were taken to the hospital with serious injuries. Preliminarily, all parties involved are accounted for and detectives believe the two adults are known to each other. Detectives continue to investigate this shooting.
ASSAULT ON LAW ENFORCEMENT: 5800 block of Wye Oaks Commons Court, 3/2/21, 7:42 a.m. Officers responded to a man armed with a gun. As officers arrived, the man pointed the gun in the direction of an officer, then went into his home. Officers successfully deescalated the situation and the man, Andrew Hite, 26, of Burke, was safely taken into custody. He was charged with assault on a police officer.
BANK ROBBERY: 3914 Centreville Road Suite 100 (PNC Bank), 2/26/21, 1 p.m. A man entered the bank, demanded cash and left the area on foot. Detectives continue to actively investigate this case.
This report is published every week, except county holidays. The information in each report covers significant criminal incidents generally from the week before; reports published on Friday cover the preceding Friday through Thursday.
The listed events are organized by police district station. Addresses shown indicate blocks or specific locations. This report is not a comprehensive list of every police event in Fairfax County in the stated time frame.
Note: Information contained in the FCPD RECAP is generally based on initial reports made to the police department. Follow-up investigations may reveal different or additional information.
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