Tuesday, March 26, 2013
The following information was supplied by the Fairfax County Police Department in the most recent daily reports released Monday. Arrests do not indicate a conviction.
The following items are from the recent daily activity report from the Sully and Fair Oaks Police Districts of the Fairfax County Police Department. Larcenies: 14300 block of Chantilly Crossing Lane, cell phone from business 4200 block of Walney Road, scooter from business 4900 block of Stonecroft Boulevard, camera from residence Animal Bite: 12500 block of Sweet Leaf Terrace, Saturday, 7 p.m. A 44-year-old reported he was walking home when he passed a man and two dogs on leashes. One of the dogs bit the victim. The mix Shepherd was routinely quarantined.
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Police searched neighborhood Saturday using helicopter and a K9 team near burglary on Falkirk Drive.
FCPD recently switched from weekly crime reports to daily activity reports. The following information was supplied by the Fairfax County Police Department. Arrests do not indicate a conviction. The following items are from the recent daily activity report from the Fair Oaks and Sully police districts of the Fairfax County Police Department. It's not the kind of thing anyone wants to hear in the middle of the night. But residents on the 12300 block of Falkirk Drive last Saturday awoke to the sound of their garage door opening at 4 a.m. A purse was stolen and police searched the area using a helicopter and a K9 team but no one was found, according to Fair Oaks District Police. No word on how the burglar opened the garage door. Other crime …
Thursday, January 24, 2013
String of larcenies cause the Loudoun sheriff to issue an advisory to secure cars and remove, stow valuable items.
A string of larcenies from vehicles in the Broadlands, Brambleton and the Dulles South service areas of the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office has prompted Loudoun Sheriff Mike Chapman to remind residents to lock their vehicles and secure all valuables or out of plain view from prying eyes. In most cases, investigators believe the vehicles were left unlocked, making it easy to enter them, according to an LCSO press release. The agency advises residents to secure property, which includes closing garage doors to a residence, to prevent such crimes of opportunity. “Locking your vehicle and removing expensive items from plain view will reduce your chances of becoming the victim of this crime opportunity,” Chapman said in the release. Residents …