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Crime Report: Indecent Exposure in Douglas Park

A man exposed himself to a woman in a stairwell in the Douglas Park neighborhood Tuesday afternoon, according to police.

From this week’s Arlington County crime report:

EXPOSURE, 09/03/13, 1200 block of S. Thomas Street. At 2:50 pm on September 3, a subject exposed himself to a female victim in a stairwell. The suspect is described as a black male, bald, approximately 5’6″, 160 pounds, and in his early 30’s. At the time of the incident the suspect was wearing khaki shorts, a black t-shirt, and a khaki button down.

The rest of the crime report, after the jump. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty.

ROBBERY, 08/29/13, 800 block of S. Dickerson Street. At 5:30 pm on August 28, a victim was punched in the face and had his Xbox 360 stolen. The suspect is a black male, approximately 5’8 and 130 pounds. He has brown dreads with orange tips. At the time of the incident he was wearing black shorts, a black sweater, and pink and blue Lebron shoes.

ROBBERY, 08/28/13, 1200 block of N. Danville Street. At 8:54 pm on August 28, a female victim was assaulted and robbed of her purse while walking to her vehicle. The suspects are a Hispanic male in his twenties, approximately 5’5 and weighing about 150 pounds, and another Hispanic male in his thirties, approximately 5’7 and weighing about 170 pounds. At the time of the incident the first suspect was wearing a white t-shirt and light blue jeans, and the second suspect was wearing a dark t-shirt, light blue jeans, and a dark baseball hat.

ROBBERY, 09/02/13, 4200 block of N. Wilson Boulevard. Between 2:00 pm and 2:15 pm on September 2, a suspect displayed a knife and threatened a store clerk. The suspect then left the store without paying for merchandise but left a receipt with his identification on it. Matthew Martin, 45, of Arlington, VA, was arrested and charged with robbery. He was held without bond.

ROBBERY, 09/02/13, 1800 block S. Columbia Pike. Between 9:05 pm and 9:13 pm on September 2, a suspect grabbed a victim’s buttocks and ripped her wristlet from her possession before fleeing the scene on foot. The suspect is around his 30’s and is approximately 5’3″ and weighs 150 pounds. The suspect was wearing a gray and white striped shirt with blue jeans at the time of the incident.

ROBBERY, 08/30/13, 1700 block N. Lynn Street. Between 12:39 pm and 12:59 pm on August 30, a victim was robbed of her cellphone. The suspect is described as a black male, approximately 6 feet tall with tall hair that was light brown at the top. The suspect was wearing BDU military-style pants and a black t-shirt with white lettering at the time of the incident.

ATTEMPTED SEXUAL ASSAULT, 09/03/13, Columbia Heights West. At 5:20 am on September 3, an unknown suspect entered a residence of a juvenile victim and attempted to sexually assault her. The suspect was described as a white male in his early twenties with freckles and a short brown Mohawk. He was wearing a white t-shirt with a graphic design on the front and blue jeans at the time of the incident.

BURGLARY, 08/30/13, 1100 block of S. 17th Street. Between 11:30 pm on August 29 and 10:00 am on August 30, an unknown suspect(s) broke into a victim’s house and stole a variety of electronic items. There is no suspect(s) description.

BURGLARY, 09/01/13, 4500 block of S. 31st Street. Between 10:30 am and 12:30 pm on September 1, an unknown suspect(s) broke into the victim’s apartment through a rear window and stole several electronic items along with some cash. There is no suspect(s) description.

STOLEN VEHICLES

08/31/13, VA 731-993, 2007 Honda MC
3000 block of S. Randolph Street

09/02/13, VA 700-024, 2009 Suzuki SV650 S
4800 block of S. 28th Street

09/02/13, VA 759-553, 2012 Suzuki GSX-R 600
3000 block of S. Randolph Street

09/03/13, CA 19Y2675, 2009 Yamaha R6

3000 block of S. Randolph Street

**NOTE: These are reported crimes for the week in question. This is not a definitive list of criminal activity and is subject to change upon investigation

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