This week’s Arlington crime report is especially long, but that’s just because it details incidents from the past two weeks (as opposed to the normal one).
It also features the intriguing case of a man who allegedly broke into a business in Ballston and started whipping up a meal:
BURGLARY-ARREST 04/30/10, 4100 block of Fairfax Drive. Between 4:30 pm on April 29, and 6 am on April 30, a person entered a business and cooked food. The suspect was located by police and arrested. Clifford Robinson, 27, of Burke, was charged with Burglary. He was held on a $5,000 bond.
The full report, after the jump.
EXPOSURE-ARREST 04/26/10, 2500 block of N. Nelson Street. On April 26 at 7 pm, police responded for a naked male in the street who was also destroying property. They located and detained one subject. Andrew Kramer, 18, of Arlington, was charged with Indecent Exposure and Destruction of Property. He was held on a $3,500 bond.
BANK ROBBERY 04/23/10, 4000 block of Wilson Blvd. On April 23 at 10:20 am, an unknown male walked into a bank and demanded money. He then fled on foot. The suspect is described as a white male in his late 40’s, 5’8, with a medium build. He was wearing a fisherman style tan hat, mid-length green coat, and carried a black messenger bag.
ROBBERY 04/20/10, 1300 block of N. Pierce Street. On April 19 at 4:30 pm, two subjects forced entry into an apartment. The suspects displayed a handgun and stole money. The victim was not injured. Both suspects were tall African American men wearing all black clothing and black ski masks.
ROBBERY 04/21/10, 3500 block of S. 22nd Street. On April 21 at 10:15 pm, a man was walking when an unknown female started talking to him. A group of unknown men then assaulted him from behind. The suspects took the victim’s bag. All the suspects were young African American men wearing dark clothing.
ROBBERY 04/21/10, 600 block of N. Glebe Road. On April 21 at 10:30 pm, a man was walking and looking at his cell phone. An unknown subject grabbed the cell phone from his hand and fled. The suspect is described as an African American male in his early 20’s, 5’7″, wearing dark clothing.
ROBBERY 04/23/10, 1500 block of S. Bell Street. On April 23 at 1 pm, an unknown male approached the guard of an armored car and stole a moneybag from the guard’s possession. The suspect fled in a vehicle driven by another person. The suspect is described as an African American male of medium height wearing a dark baseball hat, green shirt, and dark pants.
ROBBERY 04/27/10, 100 block of S. Glebe Road. On April 27 at 3:15 am, a woman reported that an unknown male approached her and searched her pockets. She stated that the suspect stole cash and fled. The suspect was described as a white Hispanic male in his 20’s, 5’6″, 130 lbs. He was wearing a dark long sleeve shirt and jeans.
ROBBERY-ARREST 05/01/10, 1200 block of S. Hayes Street. On May 1 at 3:30 pm, a couple stole merchandise from a local department store. When the female was detained by store security, the male half brandished a knife, so the female could flee. Officers located both subjects. Tiquita Robinson, 24, of Alexandria, and Edward Coles, 22, of Oxen Hill, MD, were charged with Robbery and Conspiracy to Commit a Felony. Ms. Robinson was held on a $1,500 bond, and Mr. Coles was held without bond.
ROBBERY 05/02/10, 400 block of S. 18th Street. On May 2 at 3 am, a man was walking when three unknown men approached him. They assaulted him and stole his cell phone. The suspects are described as African American men in their early 20’s of average height and weight, wearing dark clothing.
ATTEMPT ROBBERY-ARREST 05/02/10, 1500 block of Key Boulevard. On May 2 at midnight, three subjects assaulted and attempted steal a wallet from a man riding a bicycle. Two adult male suspects and one juvenile male suspect were located by police. Charges are pending.
ASSAULT ON POLICE-ARREST 04/28/10, 800 block of S. Greenbrier Street. On April 28 at 11 am, an intoxicated subject assaulted a police officer. Heber Amaya-Gallo, 21, of Arlington, was charged with Assault on Law Enforcement. He was held on a $3,500 bond.
ASSAULT AND BATTERY-ARREST 04/27/10, 4200 block of Campbell Avenue. On April 27 at 6 pm, a man followed two separate women into the female restroom, and grabbed one around the waist. Police located him at the scene. Jayjue Seekie, 30, of no fixed address, was charged with Assault and Battery, Unlawful Entry, and Interfering with Ones Privacy. He was held on a $5,000.
ASSAULT AND BATTERY-ARREST 05/04/10, 1500 block of N. Courthouse Road. On May 4 at noon, a man threatened another with a knife during an argument. Stephon Bryant, 20, of Washington D.C., was charged with Assault and battery. He was held on a $2,500 bond.
LATE ASSAULT 05/03/10, 1400 block of N. Hancock Street. On May 1 at 12:30 am, a man was found injured in the street and transported to the hospital. The victim later reported to the police that he did not recall what happened, but assumed that he had been assaulted. There are no further details.
PEEPING-ARREST 05/03/10, 300 block of N. George Mason Drive. On May 3 at 1:45 am, a man was seen looking into windows of an apartment building. Police located the suspect. Lorenzo Morales-Toj, 26, of Arlington, was charged with Peeping into an Occupied Dwelling. He was held without bond.
EXPOSURE 04/22/10, 1100 block of Army Navy Drive. On April 22 at 8:30 pm, a man exposed himself to a woman in the laundry room of an apartment building. The suspect is described as a white male in his 30’s, 5’10”, and he was wearing dark clothing.
EXPOSURE 04/29/10, 900 block of N. Barton Street. On April 29 at 9 pm, an unknown male exposed himself to a woman through an apartment window. The suspect was wearing blue jeans.
BURGLARY 04/30/10, 4600 block of Four Mile Run Drive. On April 30 at 8:30 pm, a man entered an apartment and stole a television. When confronted by the homeowner, the suspect assaulted him. The suspect is known.
BURGLARY 05/02/10, 6200 block of N. 12th Street. Between 4 pm on April 29, and 3 pm on May 2, an unknown person entered a residence. There are no known suspects.
LATE BURGLARY 04/26/10, 3800 block of N. 26th Street. Between 9 am on April 18, and 8:30 am on April 26, a subject stole several items of jewelry from a residence. There is no suspect description.
COMMERCIAL BURGLARY 04/25/10, 1000 block of N. Garfield Street. Between 3 pm on April 24, and 8 am on April 25, an unknown person entered a business and stole various tools. There are no known suspects.
ATTEMPT BURGLARY 04/29/10, 4300 block of Lorcom Lane. On April 29 at 2:30 am, an unknown subject was seen attempting to open an apartment window. The suspect was a white male in his 20’s, 5’8″ and 170 lbs. He was wearing a red t-shirt with a long sleeve white shirt underneath.
ATTEMPT BURGLARY 05/01/10, 5000 block of S. 7th Road. On May 1 at 11 pm, an unknown male attempted to enter an apartment. There are no known suspects.
LARCENY FROM AUTO (SERIES) 04/21/10, 700 block of N. Abingdon Street. On April 21 at 10:45 pm, police found two vehicles that had items stolen from within. There is no suspect description.
LARCENY FROM AUTO (SERIES) 04/21/10, 3200 block of Wilson Boulevard. On April 21 between 10:30 pm and 11:30 pm, an unknown subject broke into at least two vehicles in the same block. Items were stolen from both cars. There are no known suspects.
LARCENY FROM AUTO (SERIES) 04/22/10, 3100 block of N. 10th Street. On April 21 between 10:30 pm and 11:30 pm, an unknown subject broke into at least two vehicles in the same block. Laptop computers were stolen from both cars. There is no suspect description.
LARCENY FROM AUTO (SERIES) 04/25/10, 200 block of S. Carlin Springs Road. On April 25 between 3 pm and 10 pm, an unknown subject broke into at least three vehicles in the same school parking lot. Items were stolen from two of the vehicles. There is no suspect description.
LARCENY FROM AUTO (SERIES) 04/27/10, Claremont Neighborhood. Between 9 pm on April 26, and 5 am on April 27, an unknown suspect broke into at least 12 vehicles in the same neighborhood. Various items were stolen from the cars. There are no known suspects.
LARCENY FROM AUTO (SERIES) 04/27/10, 1000 block of S. Jefferson Street. Between 7 pm on April 26, and 5:30 am on April 27, an unknown person broke into at least five vehicles in the same area. Various items were stolen. There is no suspect description.
LARCENY FROM AUTO (SERIES) 04/28/10, 1100 block of N. Harrison and Illinois Streets. On April 28, between midnight and 6 am, an unknown person entered two unlocked vehicles and stole various items. There is no suspect description.
LARCENY FROM AUTO (SERIES) 04/28/10, 1600 and 1700 blocks of S. 26th Street. Between 11 pm on April 27, and 9 am on April 28, an unknown subject broke into at least two vehicles in the same area. Stereo equipment was stolen. There are no known suspects.
LARCENY FROM AUTO (SERIES) 05/03/10, 3300 block of N. 13th Street. On May 3 at 10:50 pm, an unknown subject broke into at least three vehicles in the same area. Various items were stolen. There are no known suspects.
LARCENY FROM AUTO (SERIES) 05/04/10, 700 block of S. Carlin Springs Road. On May 4 between 8 pm and 11 pm, an unknown subject broke into at least three vehicles. Various items were stolen. There are no known suspects.
LARCENY FROM AUTO (SERIES) 05/04/10, 4800 block of Chesterfield Road. On May 4 between 7:45 pm and 11 pm, an unknown subject broke into two vehicles in a school parking lot and stole items. There is no known suspect description.
STOLEN AUTO 4/21/10 VA XWR8982 1995 Honda Civic, red 1500 block of Wilson Boulevard
STOLEN AUTO 4/28/10 VA XSN1121 2002 Dodge Ram, silver 4600 block of S. 28th Road
STOLEN AUTO 4/30/10 VA 570690 2007 Kawasaki motorcycle, black 200 block of N. George Mason Drive
STOLEN AUTO 4/30/10 MD 8BPP53 1996 Toyota Camry, white 2800 block of N. Glebe Road
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