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Crime Report: Manhandled by Masseur

A woman was receiving a massage at a Columbia Pike salon on Saturday when the masseur apparently took things too far. From this week’s Arlington County crime report.

SEXUAL BATTERY, 06/24/12, 3000 block of S. Columbia Pike. Between 11:30 am and 12:30 pm on June 23, a victim was sexually assaulted while getting a massage at a salon. The subject is described as a Hispanic male, in his late 20s to early 30s, approximately 6’4″ and 200 lbs. He had black curly hair in a pony tail and stated his name was Juan.

On Sunday morning, a woman in the Radnor – Fort Myer Heights neighborhood reportedly woke up to find a man having sex with her, after she had gone to sleep drunk and alone.

RAPE, 06/26/12, 1400 block of N. Scott Street. A female victim woke up naked the morning of June 24 with a known male subject beside her in bed that admitted to engaging in sexual intercourse. The victim had gone to bed alone intoxicated the night before. The victim does not wish to press charges at this time.

On Monday, a man exposed himself to a female rider on the VRE train, then ran off when the train stopped in Crystal City.

INDECENT EXPOSURE, 06/25/12, VRE Train approaching Crystal City. Between 8:15 and 8:30 am on June 25, an unknown subject exposed himself to a female rider. The subject fled the scene as the train stopped in Crystal City. The suspect is described as a white male, 30’s, 5’8″ tall, 130 lbs., with short black hair. He was wearing a black suit at the time of the incident.

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

SOLICITATION OF PROSTITUTION, 06/19/12, 5000 block of S. Columbia Pike. On June 19 at 9:48 pm, an officer in plain clothes was solicited for sex by a female subject for ten dollars. Sherry *, 38, of Arlington, VA, was charged with solicitation of prostitution and trespassing.

PROSTITUTION, 06/21/12, 3000 block of S. Columbia Pike. Between 7 and 10 pm on June 21, subjects were observed by police operating a prostitution business from several hotel rooms. The subjects had been advertising their services on an online solicitation site. Carmen *, 30, of Manassas, VA, was arrested and charged with prostitution. Sarah *, 20, of no fixed address, was arrested and charged with prostitution and keeping a bawdy place. Zhiwei *, 48, of no fixed address, was arrested and charged with prostitution keeping a bawdy place. Leslie * * *, 24, of Oxon Hill, MD, was arrested and charged with receiving money from earnings of prostitution and using a vehicle to promote prostitution. Nurgazy *, 19, of Arlington, VA, was charged with solicitation of a prostitute. Gilbert *, 70, of Bethesda, MD, was charged with solicitation of a prostitute. Julian * * *, 38, of Falls Church, VA, was charged with solicitation of a prostitute. Michael *, unknown age, of unknown address, was charged with solicitation of a prostitute. Jason *, 33, of Arlington, VA, was charged with solicitation of a prostitute.

INDECENT EXPOSURE, 06/26/12, 1300 block of N. Stafford Street. At 10:16 am on June 26, a juvenile boy was walking through the parking deck at Washington and Lee High School when a male subject jumped out naked, exposing himself. The victim ran into the school to seek immediate assistance and the subject fled the scene. The suspect is described as a white male, 40s, approximately 6’2″ tall, 190 lbs. and had short dark hair and silver framed glasses.

ASSAULT BY MOB, 06/24/12, 1300 block of N. Fillmore Street. On June 24 at 1:19 am, three subjects assaulted three victims after a verbal argument. The three victims were transported to a local hospital with minor injuries. Kenneth Bailey Jr., 21, of Arlington, VA, Yohana Yemani Abed, 21, of Arlington, VA and Cochise Dajon Morris, 21, of Alexandria, VA, were arrested and charged with assault by mob. They were held without bond.

ROBBERY, 06/20/12, 1300 block of S. Lynn Street. At 10:32 pm on June 20, two unknown subjects punched a victim and robbed him of his keys. The suspects fled the scene on foot and are described as black males, approximately 17 years of age. Both were wearing khaki shorts and one wore a yellow shirt and the other shirtless at the time of the incident.

ROBBERY, 06/25/12, 600 block of S. 12th Street. On June 25 at 10:30 pm, an unknown male subject ran up behind the victim and snatched her purse. The subject fled the scene on foot and was witnessed getting into a orange Pontiac Aztec. The subject is described as a white male in his 50’s, approximately 5’6″ tall and was thin. He was wearing all black clothing and a hat at the time of the incident.

POLICE IMPERSONATOR, 06/26/12, 600 block of N. Glebe Road. On June 25 at 2:30 pm, an elderly male victim sitting in his vehicle in the parking lot of a grocery store was flashed a badge by a subject claiming to be an officer. The subject took $14 cash and a credit card out of the victim’s wallet and fled the scene. The credit card was used at several locations before the victim could cancel it. The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 5’7″ tall, thin build, with salt and pepper hair, wearing a shirt and tie at the time of the incident.

MISSILE INTO OCCUPIED VEHICLE, 06/26/12, 5600 block of N. Arlington Boulevard. At 9:15 pm on June 26, an elderly male victim that was driving home heard a loud bang and then two of his vehicle windows were damaged. Entry and exit holes were visible. There is no suspect description.

BURGLARY, 06/22/12, 3500 block of S. 16th Street. Between 7:15 am and 5:30 pm on June 21, an unknown subject(s) entered a residence through a bathroom window and stole various items of jewelry. There is no suspect description.

STOLEN VEHICLES

06/20/12, VA 691957, 2009 Honda CBR Motorcycle, Black, 2000 block of N. Adams Street
06/20/12, CA 19M3309, 2008 Honda CBR600 Motorcycle, Orange, 800 block of S. 15th Street
06/22/12, SC ZB61369, 2008 Suzuki GSX-R1 Motorcycle, White, 5500 block of Columbia Pike
06/24/12, VA XDU-4462 (Tags Only), 2300 block of S. Eads Street

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