In this week’s Arlington County crime report, a woman called police after walking past a parked car in Rosslyn and spotting the driver with his pants down.
EXPOSURE, 03/23/12, 1400 block of N. Key Boulevard. On March 23, at 7:15 am, a female victim reported seeing a male subject sitting in a parked vehicle with his pants down as she walked past. The victim took a picture of the subjects car, which caused the subject to drive away. The victim did not wish to press charges.
In Ballston, a man ran from police after officers tried to stop him for questioning. Police say they recovered more than two pounds of pot from the man’s backpack.
POSSESSION WITH INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE (MARIJUANA), 03/23/12, 900 block of N. Taylor Street. On March 23 at 4:20 pm, officers attempted to stop a male suspect in relation to a robbery and a foot pursuit ensued. The suspect was eventually apprehended and a backpack with over 2 lbs of pre-packaged marijuana was found in his possession. Arif Hassan Ahmed, 24, of Arlington, VA, was charged with possession with intent to distribute and was held without bond.
The rest of this week’s crime report, after the jump.
ROBBERY, 03/24/12, 700 block of S. Greenbrier Street. On March 24, at 5:15 am, a male victim was walking to his car on S. Greenbrier Street when he was approached by two Hispanic males that demanded money. One of the suspects grabbed the victim by the throat and made threatening remarks. The victim handed over $65 cash and suspects fled on foot. One of the suspects is described as a Hispanic male in his 20’s, approximately 5’6″ tall and 170 lbs. He was wearing a blue baseball shirt with two vertical stripes and jean shorts at the time of the robbery. The victim was unable to identify the second suspect.
ROBBERY, 03/23/12, 4200 block of N. Fairfax Street. At 3 pm on March 23, a juvenile male exiting the Ballston Metro was approached by two black males that grabbed the victim’s arm and demanded his iPhone and cash. The victim handed over his phone and $200 in cash. One suspect is described as a black male, approximately 6’3″ tall, with long dreadlocks and was wearing a white t-shirt and dark pants. The second suspect is described as a black male, approximately 6’0″ tall, and was wearing a white t-shirt and dark pants.
PROSTITUTION, 03/22/12, 3000 block of S. Columbia Pike. On March 22, at 8:15 pm, two female subjects engaged in prostitution with unknown male subjects at an area hotel. Officers were aware of the location and their identities after the female subjects placed online advertisements of the location and photographs of themselves. Evelin Borrayo Gonzalez, 30, of Alexandria, VA, was charged with prostitution and maintaining a bawdy place.. Estefany Gabriela Perez Sandoval, 25, of Alexandria, VA, was charged with prostitution. They were both held on $1000 secured bonds.
BURGLARY, 03/20/12, 3100 block of N. Vermont Street. Between 7:30 am and 1:40 pm, on March 20, an unknown subject entered a residence through an unlocked garage door and stole numerous items of jewelry. There is no suspect description.
BURGLARY, 03/26/12, 5100 block of S. 8thRoad. Between 1 and 4 pm, on March 26, an unknown subject(s) entered an apartment through a bedroom window and stole various items. Stolen items include televisions, laptop computers and jewelry. There is no suspect description.
BURGLARY, 03/27/12, 16200 block of N. Glebe Road. Between 4 pm on March 23, and 7 pm on March 27, an unknown subject(s) broke into a residence by knocking out glass on a rear door and stole various bottles of liquor. There is no suspect description.
BURGLARY, 03/23/12, 4800 block of S. Columbia Pike. Between 11 pm on March 22, and 6:30 am on March 23, an unknown subject(s) entered a business through an exhaust fan system that was temporarily out-of-order. The subject stole televisions and cash from this location. Additionally, the subject broke the glass door to the adjacent business and stole various items to include cash. The surveillance cameras had not been activated and there is no suspect description.
03/26/12, VA XLW5315, 2004 Mitsubishi Lancer, White, 1200 block of S. Eads Street
03/25/12, VA KBA9785, 1998 Oldsmobile Intrigue, Black, 1200 block of N. Vernon Street
03/23/12, VA 705802, 2008 Honda CBR600 (Motorcycle), Red, 2700 block of S. Quincy Street
03/24/12, VA YLB3276, Tags Only, 2600 block of S. Shirlington Road
03/22/12, MD NG2967, Tags Only, 300 block of S. George Mason Drive
03/23/12, VA XHR8490, Tags Only, 3100 block of N. Wilson Boulevard
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