Weekly Crime Report

WEEKLY CRIME REPORT

 

OCTOBER 4 THROUGH OCTOBER 10, 2017

 

BREAKING AND ENTERING NIGHTTIME-SALEM RUN TOWNHOUSES
11900 block Anson Court, on October 5, 2017, between 12:01 am and 6:00 am, someone cut a window screen and was entering when the suspect heard someone inside. Before leaving the property, the suspect took girls pink youth bicycle. It has white handlebars, a black seat and is valued at $70.00. CFS 17-093362

BREAKING AND ENTERING DAYTIME-DEER PARK
9800 Deer Park Drive, on October 5, 2017, between 9:00 am and 8:45 pm, someone broke in through a rear glass door and stole some jewelry. Taken was a yellow gold tennis bracelet containing round cut diamonds; a yellow gold necklace pendant with a ruby with cut diamonds surrounding the pendant, a heart shape white gold necklace, a multicolor butterfly broach, and a woman’s yellow gold band. Combined value exceeds $15,000.00. CFS 17-093440

BREAKING AND ENTERING DAYTIME
11900 North Dickinson Drive, on October 5, 2017, between 6:00 am and 6:00 pm, someone broke the rear door to enter the residence. Missing is $300.00, a gray Nixon watch valued at $200.00, a black 40 caliber Smith and Wesson semi-automatic firearm valued at $399.00. The firearm had a loaded magazine. Door value is $200.00. CFS 17-093399

BREAKING AND ENTERING DAYTIME
Purvis Ford, 3660 Jefferson Davis Highway, on October 10, between 1:38 pm and 2:29 pm, someone broke into the business and activated the alarm. A showroom door glass was damaged, and an unlocked sliding bay door was up. Nothing appeared to be missing. Damage to one door and frame is $1,500.00 and the small door damage is $500.00. CFS 17-094351

BREAKING AND ENTERING NIGHTTIME
Liberty Pawn and Gold, 5044 Plank Road, on October 10, 2017, between 2:20 am and 2:30 am, broke a front door glass and entered the store. The suspect went to a gun display case and broke the glass. Nothing was taken. Cost to replace the door glass is $300.00 and $200.00 for the display glass. CFS 17-094858

GRAND LARCENY FROM BUILDING
Dairy Queen, 10907 Courthouse Road, on October 6, 2017, 6:06 pm and 6:40 pm, the victim was in line to purchase food and lost a bank envelope containing $1,000.00. The victim believes that possibly the person behind may have taken it. CFS 17-093832

GRAND LARCENY FROM AUTOMOBILE-SMOKETREE
11800 block Hickory Creek Drive, between October 4, 7:30pm and October 5, 2017, 5:45 am, someone entered the unlocked gray 2013 Kia Forte and stole a pair of Bose headphones valued at $215.00 and a phone charger. CFS 17-093098

GRAND LARCENY FROM AUTOMOBILE-TIMBERS
Unit block Roanoke Court, between October 6, 10:00 pm and October 8, 2017, 1:15 pm, someone entered the victim’s unlocked 2003 Ford F-150 and stole a $350.00 Orange Stihl concrete saw and $150.00 worth of Adderall medication. CFS 17-094339

GRAND LARCENY OTHER-LEE’S HILL~NORTH
4100 block Amelia Drive, between October 7 9:30 am and October 8, 2017, 7:30 pm, someone went into the victim’s living room and stole the victim’s 9mm Ruger, Luger model valued at $500.00. CFS 17-094443

GRAND LARCENY OTHER-VILLAGE AT COURTHOUSE COMMON
8600 block Rosecrans Lane, between October 6, 4:30 pm and October 7, 2017, 8:30 pm, someone stole the victim’s synthetic boards from the property. Missing are 10 1”x10”x16”, 18 1”x12’x16”, and 60 1”x6”X16”, and are valued at $500.00. CFS 17-094562

GRAND LARCENY OTHER
Spotsylvania Crossing and Plank Road, on October 7, 2017, between 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm, the victim was shopping in several stores in the Spotsylvania Crossing Shopping Center and believes that someone stole the Samsung S7 Edge phone with a pink wallet case valued at $300.00. CFS 17-094644

GRAND LARCENY OTHER
10700 block Cooktown Road, between October 6, 8:00 pm and October 9, 2017, 11:00 am, someone disassembled two Rheem Classic exterior air conditioning units from the side of the residence and took all the copper. The house is vacant and is being sold. The units are valued at $4,500.00 each. CFS 17-094649

GRAND LARCENY OTHER
Rob’s Car Wash, 5807 Plank Road, on October 9, 2017 between 12:35 am and 12:40 am, two males were seen on video removing money from the cash machines . None of the cash boxes were damaged or forced open. It appears that the suspects used keys to boxes. $2,214.00 was taken. CFS 17-094659

PETIT LARCENY FROM BUILDING-LEE’S HILL~COMMERCIAL CENTER
Alorica, 10300 Spotsylvania Avenue, on October 5, 2017, between 10:04 pm and 11:04 pm, two students were in a class and had their purses in the room. The class took a break and the students left the classroom, leaving their purses in the room. When they class returned to class the victims noticed that the purses had been moved. They checked their purses and one found $6.00 were missing, and the other student was missing $50.00. CFS 17-093470

PETIT LARCENY FROM BUILDING-VILLAGE AT COURTHOUSE COMMONS
8600 block Rosecrans Lane, between October 6, 4:30 pm and October 7, 2017 8:30 pm, someone stole 6’ of 3/4” copper pipe and 6’ of ¼” copper tubing. Value of the pipe is $50.00. CFS 17-094576

PETIT LARCENY FROM AUTOMOBILE-SPOTSWOOD ESTATES
500 block Butternut Drive, between October 7, 2:00 pm and October 8, 2017, 3:00 pm, someone stole the rear license plate of the trailer that was parked in the back yard. Registration value is $1.00. CFS 17-094412

ATTEMPT LARCENY FROM VEHICLE-BROOKVIEW
10900 block Bevin Drive, on October 5, 2017, between 4:12 am and 4:50 am, the victim was arriving home and noticed that a black male, 20 to 30 years, wearing dark clothing and had a shiny a ball on his shoes, was inside the unlocked silver 2003 Ford 4-door. When the victim yelled at him, he ran away. Nothing appeared to be missing. CFS 17-093085

SHOOT INTO A DWELLING-TIMBERLAKE
9500 block Dabney Court, on October 8, 2017, between 12:01 am and 8:00 pm, an unknown person fired a pellet at the rear window of the residence. The pellet made a hole in the glass and caused a crack. The window is valued at $200.00. CFS 17-094708

DEFRAUD AN INNKEEPER (TAXI)
3300 block Lavue Lane, on October 8, 2017 between 12:49 am and 1:30 pm, the driver picked the female suspect in front of Planet Fitness and took her to the 3300 block of Lavue Lane, 145 ½ miles; the cost was $308.40 according to the driver. The female exited the cab and went to the rear of the a residence and disappeared. CFS 17-094236

FRAUD
Union Bank and Trust, 5510 Morris Road, on October 4, 2017, between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm, a Hispanic male was attempting to get an elderly couple to give him $5,000.00. The money was to pay for a new driveway but he Hispanic male only sprayed a black tar. The victim did not have sufficient funds and the cashier told the victims that she could not authorize the withdrawal amount and would need approval of the manager. The suspect left the bank. CFS 17-092905

FRAUD
Belk, 3102 Plank Road, on October 7, between 1:24 pm and 1:33 pm, a black male wearing all black clothing selected $192.00 in merchandise and paid with three counterfeit $50.00 bills and some cash. CFS 17-094580

VANDALISM
Union Bank and Trust, 5510 Morris Road, between October 4, 4:36 pm and October 5, 2017, 6:54 pm, someone sprayed black paint on the ATM and the sidewalk curb near the walk-up machine. Damage is $200.00. CFS 17-093353

VANDALISM
7300 block Grand Brooks Road, on October 6, 2017, between 6:24 pm and 7:12 pm, someone broke a window on the storm door. Cost to replace is $75.00. CFS 17-093785

VANDALISM SALEM FIELDS~BROOKFIELD
11000 block Naples Court, between October 7, 11:00 pm and October 8, 2017, 9:00 am, someone entered the victim’s unlocked black 2005 Ford pickup and spread transmission fluid on the inside and outside of the truck. Damage is estimated at $500.00. CFS 17-094302

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