For the second time in a week, a suspect with “bulging eyes” exposed himself in front of a Virginia Square apartment building.
From this week’s Arlington County crime report:
INDECENT EXPOSURE, 11/07/13, 900 block of N. Pollard Street. Between 1:35 am and 1:38 am on November 7, a female victim reported a male subject exposing himself for the second time in a week. The suspect is described as a light skin black male with “bulging” eyes, and in his late 20s to early 30s. He was wearing a black winter coat at the time of the incident. The investigation is ongoing.
The rest of the crime report, after the jump. All named suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty.
ABDUCTION/STRANGULATION, 10/31/13, 4400 block of S. 31st Street. At approximately 8:28 pm on October 31, 2013, the victim was strangled and assaulted by her live-in boyfriend while she held their small child. The boyfriend then attempted to hold the victim in the apartment at knifepoint when she tried to leave. Arrested was Cliudio Olibio, 29, of Arlington, VA. He was charged with Domestic Assault and Battery, Strangulation, and Abduction. He was held without bond.
ROBBERY BY FORCE, 11/02/13, 3200 block of Columbia Pike. At approximately 2:14 am on November 2, two victims were assaulted by three suspects in front of a restaurant. During the assault, one victim had his wallet taken. The three suspects fled in a vehicle, which was later stopped by Fairfax County Police after a lookout was given. The suspects were taken to the Police Station and interviewed by detectives. The investigation is ongoing.
RAPE, 11/02/13, 300 block of S. Pershing Drive. On November 2 at 1:25pm, a victim reported that she had been sexually assaulted by a known subject following a party. The investigation is ongoing.
SEXUAL BATTERY, 11/04/13, 900 block of S. Dinwiddie Street. At approximately 6:45 pm on November 4, the victim was walking home when an unknown suspect approached her from behind, put his arm around the victim’s shoulders, and put his hand up the victim’s skirt. The victim pulled away and screamed, and the suspect fled the scene on foot. The suspect was described as a black male in his mid 30s, 5’9″ and 160 lbs. He had black hair, brown eyes, and a black beard. He was wearing a dark colored beanie, a black jacket, a bright blue shirt underneath the jacket, blue jeans, and black gym shoes at the time of the incident.
BURGLARY, 11/05/13, 2700 block of S. Troy Street. Between 9:00 am and 6:45 pm on November 5, an unknown subject forced a rear door open and stole cash and electronics.
LARCENY FROM AUTO (Series), 11/06/13, 2000 block of S. Pollard Street. During the overnight hours, multiple vehicles were entered and items taken, including a handgun. The investigation is ongoing.
BURGLARY, 11/06/13, 1200 block of S. Eads Street. Between 8:30 am on November 6 and 5:30 pm on November 7, two victims had two laptops and two Nooks stolen from their residence while at work. No suspect(s) have been identified at this time.
11/01/13, VA WZC-2895, 2006 Toyota Prius, Green
5200 block of Lee Highway
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