WEEKLY CRIME REPORT
OCTOBER 14 THROUGH OCTOBER 20 2020
SHOOT INTO OCCUPIED DWELLING-TIMBER RIDGE CFS 20-93312
3600 block Timber Ridge Drive, on October 18, 3:36am unknown persons discharged several rounds into the residence thru the rear. Anyone having ANY information contact Spotsylvania Crime Solvers remain anonymous and get a reward. CFS 20-93312
GRAND LARCENY FROM AUTOMOBILE-CEDAR RIDGE CFS 20-93673
5900 block South Cedar Ridge Lane, on October 19, 2020 between 4:30 and 11:25am unknown person(s) entered the unlocked vehicle and took a driver’s license, several debit and credit cards, a pair of sun glasses, and three $5.00 bills. A neighbors Ring camera shows three males going thru vehicles. CFS 20-93673
TAMPER WITH A VEHICLE-WOODSIDE CFS 20-93568
4000 block Bonnie Brea Court, on October 19 2020 between 3:15am and 3:44am the victim was awakened by a motion alarm. The victim saw two males enter the unlocked Honda SUV; nothing was taken. The suspects may have noticed the camera light and ran into the wooded area. CFS 20-93568
VANDALISM-SALEM RUN APARTMENTS CFS 20-93313
5600 block Acree Avenue, between October 17th 10:30pm and the 18th 3am someone cut the four tires of the 2017 purple Toyota SUV while it was parked near the residence. The tires are Nokian tires and are valued at $400.00. CFS 20-93313
VANDALISM-COURTHOUSE VILLAGE CFS 20-93402
7500 block Graham St, between October 16, 5:00pm and the 17th 2020 3:00pm unknown persons scratched the hood of the victims black 2014 Nissan Rogue and the hood of the blue 2015 Honda Accord while they were parked on the street. The scratch marks are 2 1/2” long. CFS 20-93402
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