WEEKLY CRIME REPORT
OCTOBER 13 THRU OCTOBER 19 2021
ROBBERY CFS 21-089855
WAWA 10060 Jefferson Davis Highway on 10-12 at 3:12am two males and one male took a tote of tobacco and a silver firearm was seen by persons as the suspects ran out of the store. They boarded aa a gray 2016 gray Mazda mini-van with Virginia license plates. Investigation continues. CFS 21-089855
BREAKING AND ENTERING DAYTIME-SADDLEBROOKE CFS 21-089895
8100 block Marrywood Court, on 10-12 between 9:03 and 9:04am the victims’ home is being renovated viewed camera footage and saw two males in a gray sedan and saw them steal the jack from the victim’s truck and saw them attempt to enter the residence thru the front door and then the shed outside. Other suspects arrived later and drove into the driveway in a dark blue truck with a wooded trailer. There were two females and a walk went towards the shed and attempted to enter it and couldn’t. CFS 21-089895
GRAND LARCENY FROM AUTOMOBILE-COBBLESTONE CFS 21-092003
10800 block Heatherwood Dr between 10-17 12: noon and 10-18 9:00pm someone entered the unlocked vehicle and stole a Glock G17 handgun is a 5th generation firearm, has a mounted light and a custom American Veteran Flag on the slide and is valued at $550. The serial number is unknown and is attempting to find it. CFS 21-092003
GRAND LARCENY OTHER CFS 21-091572
10300 block Post Oak Road, between 10-16 4:30pm and 10-17 11:am someone forced the door to the storage unit and took a Mercury Outboard Boat Motor, 2 sets of Harley Davidson Motorcycle tailpipes, a DeWALT Drill-Driver, a Rigid Impact Wrench & Driver with batteries, a Dale Earnhardt Leather Jacket, and a red Invicta’s Watch display case. Property is valued at approximately $6,075. The items were on display and for sale earlier in the day. Suspect is a white male who was seen going through the items and he was driving a white Chevrolet Suburban. CFS 21-091572
PETIT LARCENY SHOPLIFT CFS 21-090316
Weis, 10871 Tidewater Trail on 10-13 between 12:51 and 1:24pm a male used the self-check register and did not scan all of the merchandise. The items were wide scanned away from the scanner. The unpaid items totaled $40.96. He is a black and is light skin. He exited the store and was picked up by someone driving a gray Dodge Van. according to an employee the suspect is a repeat offender. CFS 21-090316
PETIT LARCENY OTHER CFS 21-091301
WAWA, 10630 Courthouse Road on 10-15 between 7:20 and 7:40pm the victim exited the store and placed a men’s black wallet on top the hood and forgot it and drove away. The victim remembered the wallet and returned to the parking lot and it was not there. It is a black men’s wallet containing a learners permit, a Virginia ID card, a kings Dominion Season pass, a prepaid card and $12. 00 cash. CFS 21-091301
PETIT LARCENY FROM A SHED-PINERIDGE CFS 21-090412
9300 block Pineridge Drive, on 10-13 between 3:30 and 4:00pm someone entered the shed and stole a Stihl Chainsaw model MS291, has a 25” blade, it is white on top and orange on the bottom and is valued at $489.95. CFS 21-090412
COUNTERFEIT CURRENCY CFS 21-088761
Starbucks 5811 Plank Road, between 10-7 1:00am and 10-8 6:34am a female passed a counterfeit $20 bill that had “COPY MONEY” stamped on the side. Suspect is a female that appears to be homeless and frequents the shop. CFS 21-088761
COUNTERFEIT CURRENCY CFS 21-091535
Fas Mart 11625 Brock Road, on 10-15 between 6:51 and 7:26am someone used the victims debit card to make a $283 purchase and made five $200 wire transfers and two $1000 transactions via Zelle in Texas. CFS 21-091535
VANDALISM-SHERATON HILLS EAST CFS 21-091440
11900 block Kennedy Lane on 10-16 between 6:36pm and 8:24pm someone driving a green truck into the ditch of the victims’ residence and then drive in the victim s yard and then drive in the drive-way and exit the property. The truck is described as a green single cab, a black bed tool box. Damage to the yard is estimated at $500.00. CFS 21-091440
VANDALISM-CEDARBROOK CFS 21-091933
10600 Bent Tree Dr, on 10-18 between 4:53 and 5:11pm the victim saw two school age children and they had a bb gun. The fired it several times at the victims’ van striking the two rear windows breaking them. They rode away on bicycles.
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