Crime

Crime Report: 1 Car, 2 Bikes, 1 Wallet & More Stolen Last Week in Falls Church

Lots of stealing going on in the City of Falls Church last week according to the latest crime report. Two men, ages 42 and 32, were arrested for stealing a vehicle on W. Annandale Road last Tuesday, a 31-year old man was arrested for shoplifting at Exxon, a wallet was stolen from Giant Food and two bikes – one from CVS and one off of Roosevelt Blvd. – were stolen.

The above incidents are in addition to the attempted robbery of SunTrust Bank the News-Press reported last week.

 

City of Falls Church Crime Report: September 12 – 18, 2016

Assault, 306 Hillwood Ave. (Lesly’s Restaurant) On Sep. 12, three unknown persons assaulted the victim. No injuries were reported.

Domestic Assault, 100 block E. Annandale Rd. On Sep. 12, a male, 54, of Falls Church, was arrested for Assaulting a Family Member.

Stolen Vehicle, Driving Under the Influence, Eluding , 200 block W. Annandale Rd. On Sep. 13, police received a report of a stolen vehicle. After an investigation, the vehicle was recovered and the driver of the stolen vehicle, a male, 42, of Fairfax, was arrested for Grand Larceny, Driving Under the Influence, Refusal to Submit to a Blood or Breath Test, and Eluding Police. A passenger, a male, 32, was arrested for Grand Larceny and Public Drunkenness.

Shoplifting, 400 W. Broad St. (Exxon) On Sep. 14, police received a report of shoplifting. After an investigation, police found, a male, 31, of Fredericksburg, during a subsequent robbery and was then arrested for Shoplifting.

Robbery, 603 W. Broad St. (SunTrust Bank) On Sep. 14, police responded to the location for a bank robbery. Officers on scene arrested a male, 31, of Fredericksburg, for Robbery.

Larceny from Building, 500 block Roosevelt Blvd. On Sep. 15, the victim reported a bicycle was stolen from a balcony sometime overnight.

Larceny, 1150 W. Broad St. (CVS Pharmacy) On Sep. 15, a bicycle was reported stolen from a rack.

Larceny from Building, 1230 W. Broad St. (Giant Foods) On Sep. 18, an unattended wallet was reported stolen.