Car parts, items from a tutoring center and used restaurant grease. All these items were reported stolen in the latest City of Falls Church Crime Report.
On Monday, Jan. 5, police say someone forced their way into Sylvan Learning Center on Park Avenue and stole various items, then, on Jan. 7, parts were taken from a vehicle on Seaton Lane and, finally, on Sunday, used grease from the new Native Food Cafe was reported stolen from its receptacle sometime in the last week.
In other crime, two people were arrested for DUIs, another person was arrested for public drunkenness, one man was arrested for disorderly conduct and a man was arrested for falsely summoning an officer for an emergency at the State Theatre.
City of F.C. Crime Report: January 5 – 11, 2015
Commercial Burglary 200 Park Ave. #101 (Sylvan Learning Center) On Jan. 5, unknown suspect(s) forced entry into the building and stole various items.
Driving Under the Influence, 7100 block Leesburg Pike On Jan. 6, a female, 51, of Great Falls, was arrested for Driving Under the Influence.
Larceny of Vehicle Parts, 1300 block Seaton Ln. On Jan. 7, an unknown suspect forced entry into the victim’s vehicle and stole some of its parts.
Disorderly Conduct, 100 block S. Maple Ave. On Jan. 9, a male, 21, of Falls Church, was arrested and released on summons for Disorderly Conduct.
Driving Under the Influence and Refusal to Submit to a Blood or Breath Test, 1100 block W. Broad St. On Jan. 10, an officer conducted a traffic stop for a motor vehicle violation. The driver, a male, 41, of Silver Spring, was arrested for Driving Under the Influence and Refusal to Submit to a Blood or Breath Test.
Public Drunkenness, 220 N. Washington St. (State Theater) On Jan. 10, a male, 31, of Springfield, was arrested for Public Drunkenness.
Falsely Summoning an Officer, 220 N. Washington St. (State Theater) On Jan. 11, a male, 56, of Chantilly, was arrested for Falsely Summoning an Officer for an Emergency.
Larceny from Building, 1216 W. Broad St. (Native Foods Café) On Jan. 11, police received a report that used grease was stolen from its receptacle sometime after Jan. 4.