Editor’s Note: Incident information was obtained from the Activity Report provided by Fairfax County Police Department’s Public Information Office. The incidents included are at the discretion of the PIO and are not to be considered all-inclusive.
PEEPING, 11700 block of Fairfax Woods Way, 3/1/13, 1:35 a.m. A 35-year-old reported she was sleeping in her bed. She woke up to see a man looking in to the room and shining a light. The man ran away when she screamed.
SHOPLIFITNG/TOBACCO, 13000 block of Lee Jackson Memorial Highway, 3/1/13, 4 p.m. Officers observed what they believed to be a drug transaction. They stopped a group of individuals and one juvenile ran away. Officers chased and caught the young man. He was charged with shoplifting and possession of tobacco by a minor.
BURGLARY, 4800 block of Muddler Way, 3/2/13, 5:35 a.m. Officers recovered stolen items from another incident and responded to speak with the victims. A purse was stolen from the home. Entry was made with a garage door opener from an unlocked vehicle.
BURGLARY, 12300 block of Falkirk Drive, 3/2/13, 4:10 a.m. A resident reported they awoke to the sound of the garage door opening. A purse was stolen. A K9 team and the helicopter searched the area, but no one was found.
10400 block of White Granite Drive, wallet from business
13300 block of Franklin Farm Road, wallet from business
4200 block of Majestic Lane, package from residence
3900 block of Pender Drive, cash from business
11200 block of Waples Mill Road, GPS from vehicle
3000 block of Railroad Vine Court, gold wedding ring and backpack from vehicle
10800 block of Bryant Place, jewelry from residence
2300 block of Dulles Station Boulevard, tools from vehicle
11300 block of Full Cry Court, keys, cell phone, and credit cards from business
11100 block of Lee Highway, BB gun from business
9400 block of Orange Blossom Trail, 1995 Jeep Cherokee
ANIMAL BITE, 8100 block of Amethyst Drive, 2/28/13, 2:20 p.m. A 22-year-old was attempting to get a stray cat from her vehicle’s engine compartment. The cat bit her. The cat was captured and quarantined at the shelter.
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