In this week’s Arlington County crime report, a woman is accused of speeding around a police cruiser, with her hazard lights on, for no apparent reason. The officer tried to stop the vehicle but did not pursue it when the woman refused to pull over, per department policy, according to police. While doing a search of the area, however, police say the woman’s SUV was found parked in the middle of a busy street with music blaring. The woman was not in the car — she was allegedly found in a nearby office building.
(This item removed on 10/3/11, by request, due to outcome of trial.)
The rest of the crime report, after the jump.
MALICIOUS WOUNDING-ARREST, 04/26/11, 1900 block of S. Monroe Street. On April 26 at 6 pm, a man was assaulted and stabbed by two acquaintances. Anthony Scipio, 21, of Alexandria, was charged with Malicious Wounding and held without bond. Alberta Combs, 23, of Manassas, was charged with Assault and Battery. She was held on a $5,000 bond.
ROBBERY, 04/21/11, 400 block of S. 23rd Street. On April 21 at 12:15 am, a man stated that a homeless man stole money from his hand. The suspect is described as white male, 5’11” and 190 lbs with short curly hair. He was wearing a white t-shirt and jeans.
ASSAULT AND BATTERY, 04/24/11, 2000 block of N. Adams Street. On April 24 at 2 am, a security guard asked three men to quiet down and one subject assaulted him. The suspect was a white male in his late 20’s, 6’2″ and 175 lbs. with blond hair and blue eyes. He was wearing a Chicago Cubs baseball cap, red shirt, gray vest, and jeans.
ASSAULT AND BATTERY-ARREST, 04/26/11, 1100 block of Wilson Boulevard. On April 26 at 5 pm, a woman assaulted a security guard when he asked her to leave the property. Ruben Jones, 37, of Washington D.C., was charged with Assault and Battery. She was held on a $1,500 bond.
GRAND LARCENY-ARREST, 04/22/11, 800 block of N. Quincy Street. On April 22 at 1:30 am, police located two 17-year-old males who had broken into several vehicles in a parking garage. They were in possession of stolen property as well as marijuana. They were charged and placed in detention.
PEEPING TOM, 04/25/11, 2700 block of S. Adams Street. On April 25 at 5:45 am, a resident witnessed an unknown subject look into the window of an apartment. The suspect is described as a heavyset man wearing a dark sweatshirt, white t-shirt and dark pants.
BURGLARY, 04/20/11, 4200 block of S. 36th Street. Between 7 pm on April 19 and 6 am on April 20, an unknown subject entered a residence and stole several items. There are no known suspects.
BURGLARY, 04/23/11, 2200 block of S. Dinwiddie Street. Between midnight on April 21 and 3:45 pm on April 23, an unknown subject entered a residence and stole several items. There are no known suspects.
BURGLARY, 04/24/11, 3700 block of Columbia Pike. On April 24 between 12:30 pm and 5:30 pm, a person entered an apartment through a window and stole a camera. There is no suspect description.
ATTEMPTED BURGLARY, 04/26/11, 5000 block of N. Little Falls Road. Between 7 pm on April 21 and 6 pm on April 26, an unknown subject attempted to break into a church. There are no known suspects.
LARCENY FROM AUTO (SERIES), 04/22/11, 1800 block of N. Quinn Street. Between 10:30 pm on April 21, and 7 am on April 22, an unknown subject broke into at least four vehicles in the same general area. Various items were stolen. There is no suspect description.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY (SERIES), 04/20/11, 2400 block of S. Monroe Street. Between 10 pm on April 19, and 7:30 am on April 20, an unknown subject slashed all four tires on two vehicles at this location. There is no suspect description.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY (SERIES), 04/22/11, 1400 block of Jefferson Davis Highway. On April 26 between 1:45 am and 6:15 am, an unknown subject broke a windshield on least four vehicles in the same parking garage. There is no suspect description.
4/22/11 VA WY9022 2002 Subaru Forrester, blue 2000 block of Crystal Drive
4/22/11 VA XWR8143 2004 Ford Explorer, red 2200 block of Crystal Drive
4/24/11 VA 9STAR 1998 GMC Sonoma, black 4200 block of Wilson Boulevard
4/26/11 PA LTK94 2006 Suzuki motorcycle, blue 3800 block of Fairfax Drive
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