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BREAKING AND ENTERING, 12/18/14, 1500 block of N. Rhodes St. On 12/17/14 between 0835 and 1700 hours, unknown subject(s) forced entry through the back door and stole several electronic items. There is no suspect information at this time.
PRESCRIPTION FRAUD/CONSPIRACY, 12/18/14, 3100 block of Lee Hwy. On 12/18/14 at 1204 hours, 3 subjects were arrested in connection with prescription fraud. A pharmacy clerk became suspicious and called police after noticing the same subject attempting to fill a similar prescription using a different name on the same day.
SEXUAL ASSAULT, 12/17/14, 900 block of N Stuart St. A female victim told police that between 2030 hours and 2115 hours on 12/17/14, she went to a restaurant with a known male subject. She dropped him off at his residence and requested to use the bathroom before heading home. Upon doing so, she was pushed onto his bed where he she was sexually assaulted. The victim spoke with Detectives and the investigation continues.
PACKAGE LARCENY (SERIES), 12/17/14, 1100 block N. Taylor St. Sometime between 1303 hours on 12/8/14 and 1500 hours on 12/17/14, unknown subject(s) took packages delivered to the victim's residences and removed the contents. A possible suspect was seen in the area days before and is described as a black male, 20-30 years of age, 5'10", 170 lbs, skinny to medium build, wearing casual clothes and possibly a hooded sweatshirt.
BURGLARY, 12/16/14, 1300 block of N. Quintana St. Sometime between 0800 hours and 1220 hours on 12/16/14, unknown subject(s) broke into a home by back window and stole jewelry, documents and electronics. There are no suspects at this time.
RAPE, 12/15/14, 3400 block of Fairfax Dr. On 12/14/14 a female victim reported to police she had unwanted sexual intercourse with a male subject she met at a bar in DC after consuming several alcoholic beverages. The victim is able to identify the suspect but does not wish to prosecute at this time.
SEXUAL ASSAULT/ABDUCTION, 12/15/14, 5500 block of Columbia Pike. The victim told police he was sexually assaulted by a male suspect shortly after arriving at his apartment. Both victim and suspect met through an online dating website. Warrants were obtained and the suspect was arrested and transportetd to booking where he was charged accordingly. The victim was transported to the hospital for examination and did not sustain any injuries.
BURGLARY, 12/15/14, 1200 block of S. Fern St. Sometime between 1300 hours on 12/13/14 and 0600 hours on 12/15/14, unknown subject(s) broke into a locked toolbox and stole various power and hand tools used at this construction site. There are no suspects at this time.
BURGLARY (LATE), 12/15/14, 3500 block of S. Glebe Rd. Sometime between 2/2014 and 12/14/14 an unknown subject stole several items of jewelry from the victim’s residence. The victim does not wear the jewelry often and did not notice them missing. There is no suspect information at this time.
LARCENY FROM AUTO (SERIES), 12/15/14, 600 block of S. Adams St./700 block of S. Florida St./2500 block of 6th St. S./600 block of S. Walter Reed Dr./2000 block of Columbia Pike. Sometime between 1600 hours on 12/11/14 and 1700 hours on 12/15/14, unknown subject(s) broke into numberous vehicles stealing driver's side airbags. All of the vehicles had batteries cut and hood propped open or not completely closed. There is no suspect information at this time.
BURGLARY, 12/12/14, 1100 block of Atlington Blvd. Sometime between 0915 and 0920 hours on 12/12/14, the victim left exited his apartment to go do laundry. His door remained unlocked. Upon his return, he encountered an unknown male exiting who stated he entered the apartment to make plumbing repairs and had left a note. The victim did not find a note and noticed his wallet was not in the location where he left it. The suspect is described as a black male, mid 40s, 5'08", with no distinguishing marks or language accent. He was wearing a blue sweatshirt with a white vest, blue jeans.
ROBBERY, 12/12/14, 800 block of S. Greenbrier St. On 12/12/14 at 2303 hours, the victim told police he had arranged a meeting to purchase a pair of shoes he saw advertised by an acquaintance on a social media site. The suspect arrived and completed the exchange. Afterwards, the victim was robbed of the shoes by the suspect and fled in a vehicle driven by an accomplice of the suspect. Police were able to identify the suspect through the social media site and he was subsequently arrested at his home.
BURGLARY, 12/13/14, 5000 block of Wilson Blvd. On 12/13/14 between 0000 and 0010 hours, the victim reported to police his business was burglarized. A video shows an unknown black male, bald, wearing a hooded brown heavy jacket with distinctive horizontal stripes across the back and front, enter at 0005 hours into the register area. He took money from the register and several packs of cigarettes. The suspect is seen leaving west on Wilson Blvd.
SEXUAL BATTERY, 12/13/14, 900 block of N. Stuart St. On 12/13/14 at 0620 hours, a female victim told police she was sexually assaulted. After attending a company party in DC, the victim and some friends went to a nearby bar for some drinks. Shortly thereafter, the victim then decided to return to home without her friends and hailed a cab. The victim states the unknown male suspect cab driver, touched her numerous times during the return trip. Upon arrival near the requested location, the victim fled the vehicle and eventually contacted police. The victim was not injured and could not identify the cab company. The suspect is described as a medium complexion male of Middle Eastern or Indian descent, clean shaven with short hair.
DESCTUCTION OF PROPERTY/LARCENY FROM AUTO (SERIES), 12/13/14, 1600 block of Clarendon Blvd. Sometime between 1930 hours on 12/12/14 and 1200 hours on 12/13/14, several vehicles were broken into in a parking garage. Unknown subject(s) pried and broke out front passenger side windows and took sunglasses, phone chargers, and clothing. There is no suspect information at this time.
MALICIOUS WOUNDING, 12/13/14, 3000 block of S. Buchanan St. On 12/13/14 between 1530 and 1550 hours, the suspect stabbed the victim during a dispute. The suspect and victim are relatives. The suspect was arrested and charged accordingly. The victim was treated on scene and refused transport to the hospital.
MALICIOUS WOUNDING, 12/13/14, 1400 block of S. Rolfe St. On 12/13/14 at 2045 hours, police responded for a stabbing. The investigation revealed a husband and wife were were arguing for unknown reasons. Their son heard the argument and saw the father striking the mother and intervened. The son as well as the mother sustained injuries and were transported to the hospital. The father was arrested and transported to booking where he was charged accordingly.
BURGLARY, 12/14/14, Unit block of N Glebe Rd. Sometime between 1900 hours on 12/13/14 and 0800 hours on 12/14/14, an unknown subject entered the victim’s shop and stole a laptop. There are no suspects at this time.
ATTEMPTED BREAKING AND ENTERING, 12/14/14, 6400 block of 27th St N. Sometime between 1000 hours on 12/07/14 and 1200 hours on 12/14/14, subject(s) unknown to the victim attempted to gain access to the home through the patio. It does not appear entry was made and the victim reports no items are missing. There is no suspect information at this time.
BURGLARY, 12/11/14, 2300 block of S. Grant St. Sometime between 2200 hours on 12/10/14 and 0830 hours on 12/11/14, unknown subject(s) gained entry into storage and office areas inside the building by prying locks and breaking glass. It does not appear anything was taken at this time and there are no suspects.
PETIT LARCENY(SERIES)/DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY/IDENTITY THEFT, 12/10/14, 1100 block of S. Hayes St. On 12/10/14, officers responded to the mall for four female teenage subjects who were stopped by loss prevention officers. During the investigation, one of the subjects, who made several attempts to conceal her identity, was found to be in possession of merchandise stolen from seven different stores and admitted to stealing them today. This subject was arrested and petitions are pending.
BURGLARY, 12/09/14, 6900 block of Fairfax Dr. Sometime between 0815 hours and 1750 hours on 12/09/14, unknown subject(s) entered the victim's apartment and stole various electronics and a fireproof safe. The victims called police after they observed a front window had been pried open. There is no suspect information at this time.
ASSAULT ON POLICE/PROBATION VIOLATION/OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE/TRESPASS/DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY, 12/08/14, 5000 block of Columbia Pk. On 12/07/14 at 2335 hours, an intoxicated and disorderly male subject who refused to leave the business struck an officer during an initial encounter and resisted arrest. The subject also damaged the merchandise he was holding during his assault on the officer. Another officer arrived on scene and assisted in making the arrest. The subject received treatment at the hospital, where he then assaulted another police officer attempting to photograph his injuries. He was ultimately transported to booking. One officer sustained a minor injury.
BURGLARY, 12/08/14, 2500 block of Columbia Pike. The victim/proprietor told police his reataurant was burglarized sometime between 0400 hours on 12/07/14 and 0815 hours on 12/08/14. Numerous items were thrown on the floor and money was stolen from the cash register. There is no security footage from inside the restaurant or from nearby establishments. The investigation is ongoing.
POLICE INFORMATION/PETIT LARCENY/ATTEMPT LARCENY (SERIES), 12/08/14, 1100 Blk. N Randolph St., 1100 Blk. N Vermont St., 4100 Blk. Washington Blvd., 4400 Blk. Washington Blvd. Sometime between 1430 and 1547 hours on 12/08/14, several packages, belonging to these addresses, were found to have been opened and tossed into nearby bushes. A witness told police he observed a subject walking around in a narrow walkway typically used by residents only. The witness initiated contact with the subject who provided vague answers then left the area quickly. The subject is described as a black male, early 20s, 6'01", thin build, wearing a dark colored winter hat with a thin white line around the top, and carrying a large black or blue duffel bag.
BURGLARY 12/05/14, 3800 block of Fairfax Dr. Sometime between 16221 hours on 12/04/14 and 0836 hours on 12/05/14, unknown subjects entered the office and stole 4 laptops. Employees told police they ensured the doors they left through the prior evening were locked. There is no suspect information at this time.
BURGLARY 12/05/14, 800 block of 15th St. S. On 12/05/14 between 1230 and 1430 hours, an unknown subject entered the apartment and stole a backpack, electronic items, and cash. One of the victims, who was home, told police he was asleep and did not hear anything. There is no suspect information at this time.
ROBBERY 12/05/14, 5100 block of Wilson Blvd. On 12/05/14 between 2036 and 2039 hours, an unknown subject entered the store and left with $500 worth of meat without paying. When an employee attempted to stop the subject outside the store, the subject punched him in the arm, yelled at him, the fled the scene west on Wilson Blvd. The subject is described as a clean shaven black male, in his 40s, 5'09", 220 lbs, wearing a black knit cap, black leather jacket, grey sweatshirt, black jeans, and white/black sneakers. The store employee was not injured.
ARMED ROBBERY 12/05/14, 2700 block of Washington Blvd. On 12/05/14 at 2140 hours an unknown subject entered the gas station and demanded money from the clerk at gunpoint and punched him in the face several times. The subject grabbed the money provided by the clerk along with a few packs of Newport cigarettes and fled the scene on foot. The subject is described as a unknown race male, 5'06"-5'07" wearing a light colored jacket, black mask and gloves, a light colored baseball hat.
SEXUAL ASSAULT, 12/06/14, 1200 block of Ft. Myer Dr. Sometime between 2230 hours on 12/04/14 and 0400 hours on 12/05/14, a female victim told police that she believed she had been raped. The victim stated she visited a friend for a few drinks and believes that she blacked out after moving to an upstairs room. After she awoke, she found evidence of sexual activity and did not recall having given consent. The victim, who does not wish to prosecute, was examined at the hospital and was admitted for an unrelated issue.
ROBBERY 12/06/14, 4100 block of Wilson Blvd. On 12/06/14 between 1208 and 1213 hours, a lone unknown subject entered the bank and passed a note to a teller demanding cash and threatening to shoot if the the teller alerted anyone. The teller passed the money to the subject who fled on foot exiting the Wilson Blvd. side of the bank. The subject is described as a clean shaven black male, mid 20s to 30s, approximately 5'08", wearing a white knit hat, puffy down jacket with a sweatshirt underneath, black and white sneakers, and red and white headphones around his neck.
ARMED ROBBERY, 12/04/14, 900 block of N. Stafford St. On 12/04/14 at 2020 hours, an unknown male entered and robbed the gift shop at gunpoint. After the clerk gave the subject $400.00, the subject fled on foot towards the Ballston Metro. The subject is described as a black male, 5'08"-5'10", medium build, a tan hoodie underneath a black leather coat, blue jeans, black beanie, and black shoes with white soles. The gun was held in the subject’s right hand. It is believed this is the same subject that robbed the store yesterday at knife point.
SEXUAL ASSSAULT, 12/03/14, Unit block of S. Carlin Springs Rd. On 12/02/14 at 0200 hours, a female victim told police that the suspect insisted the victim "kiss" him and blocked her passage. Becoming increasingly concerned, the victim attempted to kiss the suspect on the cheek to placate him when the suspect grabbed the victim's head and forcing a mouth-to-mouth kiss. As the victim was leaving, she was chased by the suspect who grabbed her by the arms before she could enter her vehicle. The suspect then forced one of her hands onto his crotch. The victim was able to break free and drive away.
ARMED ROBBERY, 12/03/14, 900 block of N. Stafford St. On 12/03/14 at 1501 hours, an unknown male entered the store and demanded money from the victim at knife point. The suspect was given $450.00 from the cash register then fled on foot towards the Ballston Metro. The victim confirmed this was the same suspect who robbed this store several weeks ago. The suspect is described as as black male, 5'08"-5'10", medium build, 170 lbs, wearing a black coat with leather sleeves, black pants, a black beanie, a tan hoodie pulled halfway over the beanie, and black shoes with white soles. The knife is described as a large kitchen knife, 8-10" in length with a black handle and silver blade. The suspect was seen entering the Metro platform through the handicap gate without paying and jumping on a train just prior to police arrival.
BURGLARY, 12/03/14, 1900 block of S. Lowell St. Sometime between 0700 and 1630 hours on 12/04/14, the victim returned home from work to discover that her home had been entered by subject(s), unknown to her, through a swing-out basement window and stole approximately 50 pairs of earrings and costume jewelry. There is no suspect information at this time.
BREAKING AND ENTERING, 12/02/14, 5100 block of Columbia Pike. On 12/02/14 at 1313 hours, the victim/homeowner told police unknown subject(s) had been trespassing/occupying the dwelling sometime between 1700 hours on 11/21/14 and 1330 hours on 12/01/14. There was no damage to the front door or locks and it appeared the suspect(s) made entry through a rear window which had 2 broken panes. The kitchen microwave was found on a bedroom floor along with cigarette butts and a plastic bag. There are no suspects at this time.
BURGLARY, 12/01/14, 4600 block of 13th St N. On 12/01/14 at 1242 hours, the female half of a divorcing couple told police she believed her estranged husband entered the marital home when she was not present and stole approximately 100 bottles of wine, valued at approximately $5000.00, sometime between 9/23/14 and 11/28/14. The male half denied any knowledge or involvement in the missing wine. There were no signs of forced entry.
ROBBERY, 12/01/14, 1100 block of S. Hayes St. On 12/01/14 at 1946 hours, officers were told by a witness he observed the aftermath of a physical altercation between an unknown male and female subject. When both subjects were located, it was discovered the female subject is a prostitute who met the male subject at another location and, after a brief sexual encounter, both traveled to this location and stole items from several area businesses. When the male subject demanded one of the stolen items, a verbal argument ensued which escalated into a physical confrontation with the male subject pushing the female to the ground then unsuccessfully attempting to take her purse, where some of the stolen items were hidden. The female subject had an outstanding out of state warrant and was taken into custody. The male subject was also arrested and charged with Attempted Robbery.
ROBBERY, 12/01/14, 1300 block of S. George Mason Dr. On 12/01/14 at 2310 hours, a male victim reported to police he was robbed by two unknown males while walking home from a party. The victim stated he managed to fight off the first attacker when he was jumped from behind by the second. The victim's wallet was taken. He sustained various injuries to his head and ribs and was transported to the hospital. Suspects are described as male, unknown race, both approximately 28 years of age. One suspect was wearing greenish jeans, black shirt, and white shoes. The second suspect was wearing a black long sleeve shirt and black pants.
POLICE INFORMATION (ABDUCTION), 11/27/14, 1100 block of N. Jackson St. On 11/27/14 at approximately 0154 hours, a witness called police after observing 4 unknown males force an unknown black female into a vehicle then flee the scene, last seen heading west on Washington Blvd. The witness, who attempted to intervene, was unable to get the suspects to remain on scene but made note of the license plate from the black Ford sedan they were driving. The suspects are described as 2 white males, one with a long pony tail, in their 20s, and 2 Latino males, one with a long pony tail and also in their 20s. The victim is described as a black female, in her 20s. No missing persons reports or victims matching this incident have been reported.
ROBBERY, 11/27/14, 3100 block of Wilson Blvd. On 11/27/14 at 1516 hours, a male victim told police an unknown Hispanic male took his cell phone, by force, from him while he was sitting on a bench texting someone. When the victim attempted to get the phone back, the suspect made threatening gestures towards him. A witness called police on the victim's behalf and made contact with the suspect while the victim waited nearby. The suspect was arrested and charged accordingly.
BURGLARY, 11/30/14, 2200 block of Wilson Blvd. Sometime between 1600 hours on 11/26/14 and 0900 hours on 11/30/14, the victim told police an unknown subject entered the office and stole a jacket and some electronics. There are no known suspects at this time.
INDECENT EXPOSURE, 11/30/14, 400 Blk N. Park St. On 11/30/14 at approximately 1605 hours, a female victim told police she was running when an unknown male subject called out to her and gestured her to stop. Upon doing so, the male exposed himself to her. She left quickly and called police in the process. The victim lost sight of the male subject but stated an unknown model black vehicle appeared to stop in the area where the male subject was last seen and she heard a car door close. The subject is described as a white Hispanic male, approximately 25-30 years of age, 5'05", 150-170 lbs, short brown spiked hair, brown eyes, wearing a red sweatshirt underneath a black vest, and dark blue jeans.
ATTEMPTED BURGLARY, 11/25/14, 1100 block of 21St S. Sometime between 2000 hours on 11/24/14 and 0730 hours on 11/25/14 female victim reported to police that an unknown subject attempted to gain entry into her home by cutting the screen on her front door and pushing up the window on the door. She found her door still locked and no items appeared to be missing. There are no suspects at this time; however, an arrest was made the previous day for numerous burglaries in the same area.
BURGLARY/GRAND LARCENY, 11/25/14, 5800 block of N. 25th St. On 11/25/14 between 1445 and 1500 hours, officers responded for a residential alarm and found an open window without a screen along with other indicators that entry had been made. The homeowner arrived and confirmed which windows/doors were expected to be closed and/or locked. It was determined several items had been missing. During this time, officers in the area stopped a suspicious vehicle and determined the subjects were involved in this incident. The window screen and items which were taken from the house were found in the suspect's vehicle. All suspects were arrested and charged accordingly.
BREAKING AND ENTERING, 11/25/14, 4100 block of Henderson Rd. A female victim was notified by her neighbor that the front door to her apartment was found open. The victim, who is currently in the process of a divorce, stated it does not appear anything was missing from the apartment. Building maintenance confirmed they did not make entry for any reason and her estranged husband is suspected to have made entry.
BURGLARY, 11/25/14, 2100 block of Jefferson Davis Hwy. Sometime between 0815 and 1700 hours on 11/25/14, an unknown subject entered the victim's residence and stole 2 laptops. The victim states the door to their apartment remains unlocked but closed throughout the day. No maintenance was performed in the residence and there are no suspects at this time.
BURGLARY/GRAND LARCENY/DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY/ATTEMPT BREAKING AND ENTERING (SERIES) 11/24/14, 1000 block of 22nd St S., 800 block of 19th St S., 1300 block of 22nd St S., and 900 block of 18th St S. Sometime between the hours of 0910 and 1516 hours on 11/24/14, a subject made entry into into at least 3 homes and attempted to make entry into a 4th. Police came in contact with a subject matching a description provided by residents in the area. The subject ran, but was eventually apprehended. Items found on the suspect matched those taken from the several burglaries in the area. The male subject was arrested and charged accordingly.
SEXUAL BATTERY, 11/24/14, 4200 block of 11th St N. On 11/24/14 at 2122 hours, the female victim reported to police that she was assaulted by an unknown male subject who approached her, shouted unintelligible statements, then grabbed her buttocks and ran off. The victim followed the male but lost sight of him a short while later. He is described as a white male, possibly Hispanic, 5'08" to 5'10", 150 lbs, 30-35 years of age, light complexion, and slim build wearing a partially unzipped black jacket or sweatshirt with an orange shirt underneath, dark colored baggy pants and dark shoes.
BURGLARY 11/21/14, 600 block of 25th St S. Sometime between the hours of 0730 and 2043 on 11/21/14, an unknown subject forced entry through the rear door of the victim’s home. Thus far, only a laptop appears to have been taken. No witnesses or suspect information at this time.
STRANGULATION/IMPEDE 9-11 CALL/ASSAULT AND BATTERY, 11/21/14, 2600 block of N. Upton St. A male and female, known to one another, were involved in a physical altercation. Both parties sustained injuries and the female was later transported to the hospital. The male was arrested for the above charges.
UNLAWFUL WOUNDING, 11/22/14, 1100 block of N Highland St. On 11/22/14 at 0120 hours, an employee of the Clarendon Grill sustained a cut under his eye from being punched in the face while attempting to break up a disturbance at the bar. A male subject was arrested and charged.
ABDUCTION, 11/22/14, 1900 block of N. Sycamore St. On 11/22/14 at 1620 hours, the male and female victims told police they had exited the highway and had stopped to allow the male victim to exit the vehicle when an unknown male suspect entered the rear of the vehicle demanding they continue to drive and threatening them if they called police or used their cell phones. The victim(s) continued to drive into Falls Church where the pulled into a gas station, exited the vehicle, and called police. The suspect, who was now asleep in the back, was alerted by police sirens and fled the scene. He is described as a white Hispanic or Middle Eastern male with no discernable accent, unshaven, 5'09" to 5'11", mid to late 20s, 160-170 lbs, black hair, wearing a dark ball cap, dark blue hoodie, and blue jeans.
ATTEMPT RAPE, 11/22/14, 4200 block of 2nd St N. On 11/22/14 at 2308 hours, officers responded to the area after another officer heard the female victim scream. The victim was located and stated the suspect, who had been observing her through a window while she was at work, attempted to rape her while she was on her way home. The suspect approached her from behind pulling her hair, covering her mouth and attempting to pull down her pants. The victim was able to free herself by biting the suspect's hand and began to scream, alerting nearby residents. The suspect ran off but was found by other officers in the area. The suspect was arrested after the victim positively identified the suspect.
ATTEMPT ROBBERY, 11/23/14, 1300 block of N. Hudson St. On 11/23/14 at 1935 hours, a male victim told police he was walking his dog along the 1300 block of Key Blvd. when an unknown male subject approached him demanding his money. The victim punched the suspect in the face and the suspect fled the east, on foot, down Key Blvd. The suspect is described as a white Hispanic male, 5'06"-5'07", 150 lbs, Olive complexion, wearing a white t-shirt and dark blue jeans.
ARSON, 11/20/14, 6000 block of Wilson Blvd. On 11/20/14 between the hours of 1105 and 1140, officers on routine patrol observed a fire in the treeline. A witness observed 2 male subjects coming from the area of the fire. The first subject is described as a 18-20 year old Hispanic male, 5'10" 150 pounds, curly black hair shoulder length, wearing a unknown type hat, dark clothes, and carrying a skateboard. The second subject is also described as a 18-20 year old Hispanic male, similar build, wearing a light colored wind breaker type jacket.
BURGLARY, 11/20/14, 500 block of S. Quincy St. Victim reported to police that sometime between the hours of 1200 and 1343 on 11/20/14, an unknown subject may have entered his home while he was gone and stole several small electronic items. The victim states he left the side door unlocked and it was found ajar when he returned.
BURGLARY, 11/17/14, 100 block of N. Abingdon St. Between 1030 hrs and 2229 hrs on 11/17/14, unknown suspect entered home via unlocked sliding glass door and stole electronics, jewelry and coins.
BURGLARY, 11/17/14, 5700 block of 36 St N. Between 0815 hrs and 2146 hrs on 11/17/14, unknown.
LATE RAPE, 11/17/14, 6000 block of N. Wilson Blvd. Victim reports that known suspect attempted to rape her on November 13. The investigation is on-going.
AGGRAVATED SEXUAL BATTERY, 11/18/14, 1500 block of N. Pierce St. Victim had been sexually assaulted by known suspect. The investigation is on-going.
LARCENY (series), 3500 block of S. Clark St. On 11/14/14 between 1730 hrs and 2037 hrs, unknown suspect broke into lockers and stole items. No suspect information.
BURGLARY, 200 block of N Cleveland St. Sometime between 1315 hours and 1500 hours on 11/14/14, an unknown subject(s) entered unlocked house and stole electronics.
ROBBERY, 900 block of S Dinwiddie St. On 11/16/14 at 1856 hrs, subject reported being robbed by known suspect. The investigation continues.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY (series), 300 block of Army Navy Dr. On 11/15/14 at 1730 hrs, suspect slashed tires. Suspect may be known; investigation continues.
LARCENY FROM AUTO (series), 1500 block of Arlington Blvd. Between 2400 hrs on 11/15/14 and 1017 hrs. on 11/16/14, multiple vehicles had windows smashed and items stolen.
LARCENY FROM AUTO (series), 1600 block of N. Queen St. Between 2000 hrs on 11/15/14 and 1053 hrs. on 11/16/14, multiple vehicles had windows smashed and items stolen.
BURGLARY 11/13/14, 3600 block of N Nelson St.. Sometime between 2100 hours on 11/12/14 and 1309 hours on 11/13/14, an unknown subject(s) kicked in the back door of a vacant house. Unknown if anything stolen.
LARCENY FROM AUTO/DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY (SERIES), 11/12/14, 1600 BLOCK N. COLONIAL TERRACE. Sometime between 1700 hours on 11/11/14 and 0720 hours on 11/12/14, an unknown subject(s) smashed the front passenger windows of six vehicles and stole loose change. There are no witnesses and there is no suspect information at this time.
BURGLARY, 1700 block of N. Hartford St. On 11/10/14 at 1407 hours, the victim reported subject(s) unknown to her entered her home and stole 2 laptops and some cash while she was out between 1000 and 1400 hours. The subjects made entry through the back door where a broken glass pane was found. A neighbor stated an unfamiliar vehicle was parked on his side of a shared driveway, with one occupant in the driver's seat. When questioned, the subject stated he was an Uber driver. The driver is described as a average build black male with medium complexion and droopy eyelids. No description was given for the vehicle.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY (SERIES) 11/11/14, 300 block of Army Navy Drive. Sometime between 1634 and 1713 hours on 11/11/14, an unknown subject punctured the tires to 3 separate vehicles in the valet parking lot. A former employee who was terminated that day may be a suspect in the incident.
MALICIOUS WOUNDING, 1800 block of N. Moore St. On 11/11/14 at 1852 hours, a male victim told police he was stabbed in the neck by an unknown male. The suspect is described as a white male wearing dark clothing, dark sunglasses, and carrying a backpack. The victim was transported to the hospital for treatment.
ROBBERY/STABBING, 1625 N. George Mason Dr. On 11/7/14, a male subject being treated at VA Hospital told officers he was stabbed at approximately 0200 hours that morning by an unknown subject who emerged from the bushes as he was walking home on Fairfax Dr at N Wayne St. The suspect is identified as an unknown race male in his late 20s, wearing a black zip up jacket, black pants, a black knit cap, and had a small knife with a brown handle, possibly a paring knife.
ATTEMPTED BREAKING AND ENTERING. 1000 block of N. Nelson St. On 11/08/14 at 0020 hours, 2 female roommates reported to police they found the glass to the rear door of their townhouse broken upon their return at 0011 hours. They left the residence with 2 other friends at 2156 hours the night before. No entry was made and suspects have not been identified at this time.
ASSAULT ON POLICE OFFICER, 2500 block of 20th Rd N. On 11/8/14 at 0636 hrs, officers responded to this location for a domestic disturbance. While attempting to check on the welfare of the female subject, the male subject, who was intoxicated, became aggressive and verbally abusive to officers, ultimately striking one of the officers. The male subject was taken into custody.
ARMED ROBBERY, 900 block of N. Stafford St. On 11/8/14 at 1510 hours a male subject entered a convenience store and displayed a handgun while demanding money. The suspect, described as a black male, 20-30 years of age, 5'07" 160 lbs, wearing a beanie or watchman's cap underneath a black hoodie, red polo shirt with white stripes, and a black varsity jacket with red trim, black sneakers with white toe tip, and a black backpack with pink trim.
BURGLARY, 3000 block of Washington Blvd. On 11/8/14 the victim reported to police that an unknown subject took numerous power tools and a mountain bike from his storage locker between 11/2/14 and 11/8/14. The chain the victim used to secure the storage lockers was cut and the lock is also missing. There is no suspect information at this time.
ASSAULT AND BATTERY ON A POLICE OFFICER/OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE W/FORCE/RESISTING ARREST, 3100 block of Wilson Blvd. On 11/08/14 at 2353 hours, officers were issuing a summons to a female subject when she became combative, cursing at officers and refusing to sign the summons. As the officers attempted to make an arrest, the male subject who was with her, struck officers with his hands and grabbed one officer attempting to bring him to the ground. Both the male and female subjects were arrested and only minor injuries were sustained.
BURGLARY, 2700 block of S. Veitch St. Some time between 11/8/14 at 1830 hours and 11/9/14 at 1045 hours, unknown subjects entered the victim’s apartment and stole numberous items. The reporting party was house-sitting for the victim during this time period but was not at home during the burglary. There was no sign of forced entry.
BURGLARY, 5300 block of Columbia Pike. On 11/5/14 at 1740 hours, a female victim called police stating she noted numerous pieces of jewelry were determined to be missing as of 11/2/14. There are no known suspects at this time and the total amount of jewelry missing is $17,326.00.
GRAND LARCENY, 11/05/14, 1400 block of S. Hayes St. These reports are related to report number 140325039 and document separate incidents the suspect/arrestee confessed to during that investigation. The original case has already been closed with an arrest and prosecution.
FIRE INVESTIGATION, On 11/04/14 at 1100 block of S. Emerson St at 0423 hrs, a residential structure fire claimed the life of a mother and her daughter. The father and another daughter made it out safely with minor injuries.
ASSAULT AND BATTERY (HATE CRIME), 3100 block of Clarendon Blvd. On 11/03/14 at 2320 hrs, an unknown subject used racial slurs before assaulting the victim. Both were patrons of a bar at the time of the incident. Suspect is described as a non-hispanic white male 6'1" 220 lbs, approximately 35 years of age, wearing a black leather coat and a plaid button up shirt.
GRAND LARCENY/DOMESTIC ASSAULT AND BATTERY, 4300 block of Pershing Drive. On 11/03/14 at 0830 hrs, a female victim states that her estranged husband took her cell phone and attempted to force her into his car. She escaped with minor bruising. Warrants and an emergency protective order were issued for the husband.
ROBBERY, 3100 block of Wilson Blvd. On 11/03/14 at 0754 hrs, two unknown males entered the store and stole household items and several bottles of wine. A store employee was pushed to the ground while attempting to stop the suspects. The first suspect is described as a light skinned black male, 20-25 years of age, wearing a gray or white tshirt, black coat vest over top and light colored pants. The second suspect is described as a dark skinned black male, skinny, wearing all black.
POSSESSION OF CONCEALED WEAPON/OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE/FAIL TO ID/DRUNK IN PUBLIC. On 11/01/14 at 2300 block of Jefferson Davis Hwy, a dispute between a male and female was observed in a parking lot by officers responding to a fight call. The male half refused to identify himself, was combative, and found to be intoxicated. After physically resisting officers, he was taken into custody. A search of his person found a concealed weapon in his possession.
ASSAULT BY MOB. 2300 block of S. Eads St. On 11/01/14 at 0438 hrs, 2 males were assaulted by a group of 5-6 males as they left a restaurant. It is unknown what precipitated the altercation.
DOMESTIC ASSAULT AND BATTERY. 4700 block of 33rd St N. On 11/02/14 at 2230 hrs, a female subject was arrested for Domestic Asssault and Battery against her husband and 14 year old daughter. An emergency protective order was issued.
SEXUAL ASSSAULT. 3100 block of Lee Highway. On 11/02/14 at 1143 hrs, a female subject states she was sexually assaulted by her boyfriend after the boyfriend accused her of engaging in sexual intercourse with another male, who was currently in her apartment at the time of the boyfriend's visit. The boyfriend accused the the female subject of punching him in the face during their argument over the other male staying there. Magistrate denied warrants.
ROBBERY. 1500 block of Wilson Blvd. On 11/02/14 at 0900 hrs, two otherwise known subjects stole two bottles of laundry detergent and a bottle of wine. As the store manager attempted to stop the suspects from leaving, the suspect holding the bottle of wine threatened to hit the manager in the head with it. The suspects were seen leaving on to the metro without paying.
DOMESTIC ASSAULT AND BATTERY. 300 block of N. Piedmont St. On 11/01/14 at 0902 hrs, a female subject stated she was assaulted by the father of their children as she was cooking breakfast for him. A warrant was issued along with a protective order.
DOMESTIC ASSAULT AND BATTERY. 1300 block of S. Scott St. On 11/02/14 at 0240 hrs, a male subject was arrested after a physical altercation with his live-in girlfriend. The female subject sustained minor injuries which did not require medical attention.
STRANGULATION AND DOMESTIC ASSAULT AND BATTERY, 11/02/14 800 block of S. Greenbrier St. A female victim states she was strangled and punched after refusing the sexual advances of her boyfriend. The male suspect fled when he found out police were called. Warrants and an Emergency Protective Order were issued.
ROBBERY BY FORCE, 10/30/14, 1800 S. Bell Street. A female subject was walking in the Crystal City Underground and texting a friend when an unknown female subject approached her and, after a brief struggle, took her phone. The victim yelled for help and gave chase to the suspect. Nearby citizens intervened and stopped the suspect until police arrived. The 16 year old suspect was charged and transported to the juvenile detention facility.
BURGLARY, 10/29/14, 3600 block of S. 3rd Street. Between 4 pm on October 26 and 9 pm on October 29, an unknown subject(s) entered a residence and stole cash. There is no suspect(s) description.
BURGLARY, 10/28/14, 6800 block of N. Lee Highway. Between 10 pm on October 27 and 7:30 am on October 28, an unknown subject(s) forced entry into a restaurant and destroyed property and took an undisclosed amount of cash. There is no suspect(s) description.
MALICIOUS WOUNDING, 10/25/14, 800 block of S. Frederick Street. At 6:45 pm on October 25, a victim sustained several non-life threatening stab wounds after allegedly being attacked by three unknown subjects. The victim was transported to Fairfax Hospital for treatment. Suspect one is described as a teenage Hispanic male, approximately 5'4" tall and 165 lbs. He was wearing dark clothing and had a blue bandana covering his face. Suspect two is described as a teenage Hispanic male, approximately 5'10" tall and 200 lbs. He was wearing dark clothing with grey sweatpants and had a black bandana covering his face. Suspect three is described as a teenage Hispanic male, approximately 5'4" tall and 165 lbs. He was wearing dark clothing and also had a black bandana covering his face.
ROBBERY, 10/25/14, 3300 block of N. 13th Street. At 2:05 am on October 25, three unknown subject(s) allegedly brandished a firearm and robbed a 19 year-old male of his watch. Several bystanders allegedly intervened but did not remain on scene upon police arrival. The three suspects were described as black males between 5'9" – 5'11" tall, with medium builds. One of the suspects was wearing a red hoodie and the other two were wearing black hoodies.
ROBBERY, 10/26/14, 1700 block of N. Glebe Road. At 2:21 pm on October 26, a man assaulted his girlfriend and then took her phone to prevent her from contacting police. The subject also threw items of the victims down a storm sewer. A witness contacted police and a brief foot pursuit ended with the subject in custody. Darryl Forrest, 32, of Arlington, VA, was arrested and charged with robbery, abduction, assault & battery and interfering with contacting police. He was held without bond.
ATTEMPTED BURGLARY, 10/25/14, 1700 block of N. Troy Street. At 4 am on October 25, a male subject attempted to enter a residence through the front door but was unsuccessful. The suspect is described as a black male in his twenties with a thin build. He was wearing a grey sweatshirt with blue sleeves at the time of the incident.
MALICIOUS WOUNDING, 10/23/14, 2200 block of S. Shirlington Road. At approximately 2:30 am on October 23, a male victim arrived at Virginia Hospital Center with a single gunshot wound. The injury is non-life threatening. There is no suspect(s) description and the investigation is ongoing.
BURGLARY, 10/20/14, 3100 block of N. 17th Street. Between 11:10 am and 2 pm on October 20, an unknown subject(s) forced entry into a residence and stole several electronic items. There is no suspect(s) description.
BURGLARY, 10/20/14, 3500 block of N. Abingdon Street. Between 8:40 am and 3:54 pm on October 20, an unknown subject(s) forced entry into a residence and stole numerous items of value. There is no suspect(s) description.
BANK ROBBERY, 10/17/14, 5300 block of N. Lee Highway. At 12:05 pm on October 17, a subject passed a note to the teller at the United Bank branch demanding cash and fled with an undisclosed amount of money. The suspect is described as black male in his forties, approximately 6'0" tall and 230 lbs. He was wearing a short sleeve grey polo shirt, black pants and black baseball hat.
MALICIOUS WOUNDING, 10/16/14, 2100 block of S. Pollard Street. At 9 pm on October 15, a male subject assaulted his girlfriend causing significant but non life-threatening injuries. The victim received treatment at a local hospital. Warrants for malicious wounding and strangulation were issued for Kamau Brooks, 33, of Arlington, VA.
INDECENT EXPOSURE, 10/16/14, 3200 block of S. 24th Street. At 7:58 pm on October 16, officers responded to reports of a naked male subject doing push-ups in the middle of the street while under the influence of narcotics. The subject ignored numerous commands by police and began approaching officers in an aggressive manner while yelling obscenities. The subject was taken into custody following a taser deployment. Timothy Lowe, 31, of Arlington, VA, was arrested and charged with indecent exposure, disorderly conduct and obstruction of justice. He was held without bond.
BURGLARY, 10/16/14, 1200 block of S. Courthouse Road. Between September 1 and October 15, an unknown subject(s) entered storage area at an apartment building and stole two Trek bikes. There is no suspect(s) description.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY, 10/16/14, 2800 block of N. Arlington Boulevard. Between 10 pm on October 15 and 7:30 am on October 16, an unknown subject(s) slashed the tires of at least nine vehicles. There is no suspect(s) description.
BURGLARY, 10/15/14, 1100 block of S. Hayes Street. Between 6:40 and 7 am on October 12, an unknown subject forced entry into a retail store and stole cash from a register. The suspect is described as a black male in his twenties, approximately 6'1" tall with a thin build.
BURGLARY, 10/16/14, 1700 block of N. Veitch Street. At 3:45 am on October 16, a subject attempted to enter an apartment but fled when the resident confronted him. The suspect is described as male, approximately 5'10" tall and 200 lbs. He was wearing a dark colored hoodie and was carrying a small backpack.
ARMED ROBBERY, 10/10/14, 1300 block of S. Joyce Street. At 8:12 pm on October 10, a male subject brandished a firearm and attempted to rob a pharmacist of prescription medications. The pharmacist shielded himself behind the protective glass and the subject fled on foot. The suspect is described as a white or Hispanic male in his twenties, approximately 5'8" tall and 160 lbs. He was wearing a black long sleeve sweater, blue jeans and a white and orange baseball hat at the time of the incident.
BURGLARY, 10/11/14, 700 block of N. Glebe Road. At 6:50 am on October 11, a subject was caught on surveillance camera stealing merchandise from Macy’s department store. Eric Evans, 46, of Washington, DC, was arrested and charged with burglary. He was held without bond.
BURGLARY, 10/12/14, 4700 block of N. 21st Road. Between 4:30 pm on October 10 and 5:30 pm on October 12, an unknown subject(s) entered a residence and stole numerous items of value. There is no suspect(s) description.
BURGLARY, 10/09/14, 4600 block of S. 4th Street. Between 8:30 am on October 8 and 7:30 am on October 9, an unknown subject(s) pried open a door to a residence. No items of value were taken. There is no suspect(s) description.
BURGLARY, 10/09/14, 1800 block of N. Scott Street. Between 7:40 am and 5 pm on October 9, an unknown subject(s) entered a residence and stole numerous items of value. There is no suspect(s) description.
COMMERCIAL BURGLARY, 10/07/14, 2200 block of N. Wilson Boulevard. Between 5:45 pm on October 6 and 8:20 am on October 7, an unknown subject(s) entered an office suite and stole several laptops. There is no suspect(s) description.
ARMED ROBBERY, 10/03/14, 2200 block of S. Kenmore Street. At 2:55 am on October 3, a 25 year old male victim was allegedly assaulted and robbed at gunpoint for cash. Suspect one is described as a Hispanic male in his twenties and approximately 5'10" tall. He was wearing a white t-shirt, white shorts and red and white Nike sneakers. Suspect two is described as a Hispanic male in his twenties and approximately 5'8" tall. He was wearing a black shirt and black pants. Suspect three is a black male in his twenties and approximately 6'0" tall. He was wearing a grey t-shirt, blue jeans and red and white sneakers.
ARMED ROBBERY, 10/04/14, 3600 block of S. Columbia Pike. At 3:18 am on October 4, an unknown male subject brandished a firearm and robbed the cashier at 7-11. The suspect fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash. The suspect is described as a Hispanic male in his thirties, approximately 5'6" tall with an average build. He was wearing a white hooded sweatshirt, black pants and had a white surgical mask covering his face.
ROBBERY BY FORCE, 10/03/14, 2500 block of S. 9th Street. At 7:30 pm on October 3, a male subject concealed beer in a backpack at a grocery store and assaulted a security guard when he was confronted. The suspect fled the scene on foot. He is described as a teenage Hispanic male and approximately 5'6" tall. He was wearing a white shirt with gray stripes.
ROBBERY, 10/06/14, 1100 block of S. Hayes Street. At 4:46 pm on October 6, a subject was captured on security cameras concealing merchandise from a Hollister store in the mall. When confronted, the subject implied he had a knife and attempted to flee on foot. The subject was taken into custody by police and found in possession of numerous stolen pairs of skinny jeans. James Blackmon, 33, of Washington, DC, was arrested and charged with robbery, petit larceny and possession of burglarious tools. He was held without bond.
ATTEMPTED ABDUCTION, 10/05/14, 4000 block of N. 11th Street. At 11:35 pm on October 4, a 31 year-old female victim was driving in the Ballston area when a vehicle pulled behind her and activated a dash mounted rotating red light. When the victim pulled over, a subject approached her, displayed a badge and demanded she get into his vehicle. When she asked for a uniform officer to respond to the scene the subject fled. The suspect is described as a black male, approximately 6'0" tall and 200 lbs. He was wearing a faded black winter coat and blue jeans.
ATTEMPTED MALICIOUS SHOOTING, 10/05/14, 1900 block of N. Culpeper Street. At 9:35 pm on October 5, a subject attempted to kick in the front door of his ex-girlfriend's apartment. When he was unsuccessful at gaining entry he went to the rear of the residence and fired four shots with a firearm at the house. At the time of the shooting there were two young children inside the residence. The suspect fled the scene in a vehicle and remains at-large. Warrants for four counts of attempted malicious shooting, shooting into an occupied dwelling, attempted burglary with the intent to commit murder, use of a firearm in commission of a felony and misdemeanor assault were issued for Jeffrey Gaskins, 23, of Washington, DC.
BURGLARY, 10/04/14, 3200 block of N. Arlington Boulevard. Between 6:30 am on October 3 and midnight on October 4, an unknown subject(s) entered a residence and stole several items of value. There is no suspect(s) description.
BURGLARY, 10/06/14, 1800 block of N. Columbus Street. Between 6 pm on October 2 and 8 am on October 3, an unknown subject(s) entered a residence and stole radiators. There is no suspect(s) description.
COMMERCIAL BURGLARY, 10/04/14, 2700 block of N. Wilson Boulevard. Between midnight and 1:30 am on September 28, a known subject is captured on surveillance video entering a store and stealing a valuable bicycle. The investigation is ongoing.
INDECENT EXPOSURE, 10/04/14, 2700 block of S. Lang Street. At 6:50 pm on September 30, an unknown Hispanic male was seen exposing himself at the water fountain of Gunston Middle School. The suspect is described as a Hispanic male in his thirties, approximately 5’3” tall and 140 lbs. He was wearing a bright red shirt and blue jeans at the time of the incident.