Weekly Crime Report

WEEKLY CRIME REPORT

 

FEBRUARY 7 THROUGH FEBRUARY 13, 2018

 

BREAKING AND ENTERING-SOUTHPOINT INDUSTRIAL PARK
Asian Diner, 10048 Southpoint Parkway, between February 10, 11:00pm and February 11, 2018, 8:30am, someone broke the front door glass, entered, and took the $150.00 from the register. Cost to replace the glass is $500.00. CFS 18-013728

BREAKING AND ENTERING-SOUTHPOINT INDUSTRIAL PARK
2.25 Cleaners, 10046 Southpoint Parkway, between February 10, 11:00pm and February 11, 2018, 8:30am, someone broke the front door glass, entered, and took the $120.00 from the register. Cost to replace the glass is $500.00. CFS 18-013733

BREAKING AND ENTERING-SOUTHPOINT INDUSTRIAL PARK
Before and After Beauty Salon, 10042 Southpoint Parkway, between February 10, 11:00pm and February 11, 2018, 8:30am, someone broke the front door glass and entered. Nothing appeared to be missing. Value of the door/glass is unknown. CFS 18-013734

BREAKING AND ENTERING-SOUTHPOINT INDUSTRIAL PARK
Glamour Nails & Spa, 10040 Southpoint Parkway, between February 10, 11:00pm and February 11, 2018 8:30am, someone broke out the door glass and entered the spa. According to the owner nothing appeared to be missing. Door damage is valued at $500.00. CFS 18-013736

GRAND LARCENY FROM AUTOMOBILE-MEADOWS
10300 block Hillside Lane, between February 6, 11:00pm and February 7, 2017 6:00am, someone entered three unlocked family vehicles that were parked in the driveway of the residence and rummaged through them. Taken from a 2005 Honda Odyssey were a gold Michael Kors purse, a Wells Fargo credit card, and a work ID card. Taken from the White Toyota Corolla were $22.00, and nothing was taken from the other Toyota. CFS 18-012348

PETIT LARCENY AUTOMOBILE PART-SHERATON HILLS
5900 block Watson Lane, on February 9, 2018, between 11:31am and 12:13pm, someone stole the license plate from the front of the gray 2004 Dodge Durango while it was parked at the residence. CFS 18-013158

PETIT LARCENY SHOPLIFT
ABC Stores, 4185 Plank Road, on February 9, 2018, between 8:34pm and 9:42pm, a white male entered the store and put a 1.75 liter bottle of Aristocrat Vodka valued at $19.99, a 1.75 liter bottle of Lord Calvert Whiskey valued at $20.99, a 1.75 liter bottle of Senator’s Club Whiskey valued at $15.79, and a bottle of Aristocrat white Tequila valued at $23.49, placed them in a green backpack and left the store. A short time later, he returned and was dressed slightly different and put a bottle of Pinnacle Gin valued at $19.99 and a bottle of Aristocrat Vodka and placed them in a green backpack and left the store. He wore a multi-color shirt, blue jeans, a brown jacket, and black and white sneakers. The second time he wore a burlap type jacket and a multicolored striped sweater. CFS 18-013383

PETIT LARCENY SHOPLIFT
Foot Locker, 3102 Plank Road, on February 12, 2018, between 8:05pm and 8:13pm, two black males went to the shoe department and one male asked to try on a pair of Nike Jordan Retro 9 size 8 shoes. After putting them on he asked for another pair. While the clerk went for the shoes the two males went to exit the store and other employees attempted to stop them. The male with the shoes threatened to assault the female clerk and left while wearing with shoes. The shoes are valued at $190.00. CFS 18-014256

PETIT LARCENY SHOPLIFT
Wawa Stores, 4527 Plank Road, on February 12, 2018 between 10:40pm and 11:15pm, a black male took a 12-pack of Corona beer valued at $16.00 and an 18-pack of Corona beer valued at $20.00 and left the store without paying. He boarded a light blue van and left. He is 5’6”, had a messy afro, wearing a black skull cap and a black jacket. CFS 18-014298

FRAUD-FALCON RIDGE
7200 block Ford Hollow Drive, on February 8, 2018 between 10:00am and 3:30pm, someone used the victims USAA credit card account number five times in the Northern Virginia area, totaling $517. 94. CFS 18-012992

FRAUD-ASHLEY FARMS
Toll Brothers Construction Company, 7701 Kennet Court, the victim was notified by the company bank that someone was making purchases totaling an excess of $3,185.92 in Crofton and Fulton, Maryland. CFS 18-012528

FRAUD
2700 block Salem Church Road, on February 6, 2018 between 8:00am and 8:00pm, a male defrauded the over 90 year victim of $2,000.00. The male called the victim “grandma” and said he was in jail on drug charges and needed $2,000.00 for bail, then turned the phone over to a “Florida deputy sheriff” who told the victim to get a Target gift card in the amount of $2,000.00 and to give the card numbers to him. The victim complied. CFS 18-012481

FRAUD-PARKWOOD
Unit block Olympic Drive, on February 7, 2018 between 3:31pm and 4:11pm, the victim received a call from Lifelock Alert regarding an application for online with an online company, Fingerhut.com. That company was called by the deputy and they confirmed that an application was submitted and the request had not been opened. The request was closed. CFS 18-012466

FRAUD-LEE’S CROSSING
10300 block Lee’s Crossing Lane, on February 7, 2018, between 12:01am and 11:59pm, someone obtained the victims Navy Federal Credit Union account and transferred $5,000.00 line of credit to a checking account, and then deducted the money as a cash advance. This fraud occurred in Vienna, Virginia. CFS 18-012809

FRAUD-CRYSTAL LAKES/FOX MEADOWS
6900 block Lakeland Way, on February 8, 2018 between 2:18pm and 2:55pm; someone obtained the victims Navy Federal Credit Union account to withdraw $200.00 and then another withdrawal a short time after the first one in the same amount. The third attempt was at a Harris Teeter Store and it was denied. CFS 18-012915

FRAUD-SALEM FIELDS~THE GLEN
6900 block Quitman Drive, between February 8, 12:01am and February 9, 2018, someone used the victim’s Wells Fargo account to withdraw $3,200.00. CFS 18-013596

COUNTERFEIT CURRENCY
7-11 Stores, 4640 Lee Hill School Drive, on February 10, 2018, a customer purchased $60.00 worth of lottery tickets and paid with a counterfeit $100.00 bill and received the $40.00 change. Suspect is a black male, no further description. CFS 18-013542

VALDALISM-SALEM FIELDS~THE GLEN
6900 Versaille Drive, between February 9, 7:46am and February 11, 2018, 4:40pm, someone fired a BB at a window breaking the pane. Property value is $300.00. CFS 18-013862

VANDALISM-WAVERLY VILLAGE
Unit block Edison Court, between February 7 10:00pm and February 8, 2018, 2:00am, someone vandalized two vehicles that were parked in the driveway of the residence. Someone scratched the blue 2007 Nissan Exterra on the right passenger door approximately 4 “long and the right quarter panel about 5”. The green 2003 Volkswagen was scratched 10” on the right rear near the gas tank and another scratch 6” long. There were small scratches on the right door, and one near the tire, and several on the hood. Property value is $1,000.00. CFS 18-012894

VANDALISM-BRITTANY COMMONS
10100 block Moorgate Avenue, between February 9, 5:45pm and February 10, 2018, 10:00am, someone threw several eggs at the victims silver 2011 Hyundai Sonata, striking the left door and the quarter panel. No other damage was done to the vehicle. CFS 18-013501

VANDALISM-LEE’S HILL~NORTH
4100 Amelia Drive, between February 11, 5:30pm and February 12, 2018, 5:00am, someone threw a rock at the right rear window breaking it and then it struck the window control panel of the gray and black Toyota. The window is valued at $250.00 and $50.00 for the panel. CFS 18-014001

VANDALISM-LAKE WILDERNESS
12700 block Plantation Drive, on February 12, 2018, between 8:37pm and 10:00pm; someone threw a large size rock through the sliding glass door located at the rear of the residence shattering the glass. Cost to replace it is $800.00. CFS 18-014265

 

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