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Crime Report: Creeps, Bigots and Car Chases Edition

In this week’s Arlington County crime report, a young man with a “baby face” exposed himself to a woman in Clarendon, followed her, and then ran off.

INDECENT EXPOSURE 04/05/11, 1000 block of N. Highland Street. On April 5 at 1 am, a woman was walking home when an unknown man jumped out from behind a tree. He exposed himself to her and followed her for a short time. The suspect is described as a white male around 20 years old, 5’8”, 140 lbs, with a “baby face”. He was wearing a dark sweater, jeans, and round gold framed glasses.

On Wednesday, March 30, a teenager in the Leeway Overlee area was spit on and called a racial slur by another teen.

ASSAULT AND BATTERY 03/30/11, 2400 block of N. Harrison Street. On March 30 at 5:25 pm, a teenager spit on the leg of another teenager and called him a racial slur. The suspect is described as a 17 year-old white male, 5’10” and 250 lbs. He was wearing jeans, a black baseball cap and black framed glasses.

Last Thursday two guys tried to flee from the police in the Penrose area. One of the suspects was caught and charged with pot possession and felony eluding.

ASSAULT ON POLICE-ARREST 03/31/11, 2300 block of S. 2nd Street. On March 31 at 2:30 am, police conducted a traffic stop. The driver of the vehicle drove off while the officers were touching the vehicle. The driver and passenger fled on foot and left their car at a dead end. One subject was apprehended. Raymond Harris, 39, of Danville, was charged with Possession of Marijuana and Conspiring to Commit Felony Eluding. He was held without bond.

See the rest of this week’s crime report, after the jump.

ROBBERY 04/02/11, 1100 block of S. Columbus Street. On April 2 at 7 am, a car with four people inside approached a man walking. Someone inside the car asked the victim if he had any money. When the victim said “no”, he was assaulted and the car drove off. The suspects were described as young African American males.

ROBBERY 04/03/11, 1700 block of S. George Mason Drive. On April 3 at 10:30 pm, a man was walking when an unknown man asked him for a cigarette. The victim pulled out a pack of cigarettes and his wallet, and the suspect grabbed them both and ran. The suspect was a white Hispanic male in his mid-20’s, 5’8” with a medium build. He was wearing a blue and white jacket and khaki cargo pants.

ASSAULT AND BATTERY 04/01/11, 4200 block of Wilson Boulevard. On April 1 at 8 pm, a man saw an unknown subject attempting to steal his bicycle. When the victim confronted the suspect, he was assaulted. The suspect described as an African American male, 6’2”, 170 lbs. wearing a long dark green raincoat and jeans.

ASSAULT AND BATTERY-ARREST 04/02/11, 1500 block of N. Pierce Street. On April 2 at 6 am, a woman was assaulted by her female landlord. Maria Del Cid Garcia, 29, of Arlington, was charged with Assault and Battery and released on her own recognizance.

ASSAULT AND BATTERY 04/02/11, 4200 block of Wilson Boulevard. On April 2 at 11 am, a woman was assaulted by a male in a restaurant. The suspect is described as a white male in his late 60’s, 5’7”, 150 lbs. with gray hair. He was wearing a green baseball cap, tan pants and glasses.

ASSAULT AND BATTERY 04/02/11, 3100 block of Wilson Boulevard. On April 2 at midnight, a man punched another man in the face. The suspect is known.

BURGLARY 03/31/11, 600 block of S. 24th Street. On March 31 between 7:30 am and 4:40 pm, an unknown person broke into a residence and stole numerous pairs of shoes. There are no known suspects.

BURGLARY-ARREST 04/01/11, 4100 block of S. 36th Street. On April 1 at 3 am, a suspect entered an apartment and removed items. The resident woke up during the incident and called police. Billy Duran Lovo, 22, of Alexandria, was charged with Burglary and held without bond.

BURGLARY 04/01/11, 300 block of N. Glebe Road. Between 9 pm on March 31 and 8 am on April 1, an unknown subject broke into a rental office and stole money. There are no known suspects.

UNLAWFUL ENTRY 04/01/11, 600 block of S. Carlin Springs Road. On April 1 at 1 am, four unknown teenage males entered a building and set off the fire alarm.

ATTEMPT BURGLARY 03/31/11, 5300 block of S. 8th Road. On March 31 at 2:45 am, an unknown person attempted to break into an apartment. There is no suspect description.

STOLEN AUTO 3/30/11 VA XJJ1139 1996 Honda Civic, red 2500 block of Columbia Pike

STOLEN AUTO 4/01/11 Untagged 2009 Buddy moped, blue 1900 block of N. Sycamore Street

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