More than 1,000 Dominion customers along Columbia Pike were without power around lunchtime Friday.
The outage is mostly affecting the Douglas Park neighborhood and the Glebe Road corridor between the Pike and Walter Reed Drive. A number of traffic signals, including the lights at the busy intersection of Columbia Pike and S. Glebe Road, are reported to be out.
In total, as of 11:45 a.m. Dominion was reporting 1,246 customers without power in Arlington County.
Update at 12:10 p.m. — Power has been restored, according to Dominion’s website.
Image via Dominion Power
Cemetery Flyover Planned Today — Expect to see a military flyover today around 1:45 p.m., in support of a funeral at Arlington National Cemetery. [Twitter]
Grant to Pay for Reforestation — “Arlington County government officials will accept about $9,700 in federal funds to restore nearly four acres of riparian buffer along Four Mile Run. The grant will fund purchase of more than 1,000 tree and shrub seedlings to be planted in areas that have been treated for removal of invasive plants.” [InsideNova]
Arlington Man Convicted of Murder — “On Friday, April 13, 2018, a Charles County jury, after a 5 day trial, convicted Bryan Javier Aquice, 25, of Arlington, VA. of the First Degree Murder of Michael Beers.” [Southern Maryland News Net]
Disgusting Discovery Prompts Call to Police — A woman called police after she reportedly found a used condom on the hood of her car in Arlington’s Douglas Park neighborhood. [Twitter]
Nearby: New Company HQ in Falls Church — Investment firm Kiddar Capital will be relocating its headquarters to a new office building in the City of Falls Church. [Washington Business Journal]
Flickr pool photo by John Sonderman
A man was able to crawl out from an overturned car in the Douglas Park neighborhood Tuesday night.
The vehicle crashed just before 9 p.m. on the 1700 block of S. Quincy Street, several blocks south of Columbia Pike. The man, believed to be the driver, was briefly trapped in the vehicle but was able to “self-extricate” after firefighters arrived on scene, according to scanner traffic.
The man was evaluated for injuries by medics.
A fire department spokesman said via Twitter that drivers should be cautious on roads, which are “already slick” ahead of Wednesday’s predicted snowstorm.
— Arlington Fire (@ArlingtonVaFD) March 21, 2018
Most of the vehicles were unlocked, according to police.
More from this week’s Arlington County Police Department crime report:
LARCENY FROM AUTO (series), 2018-02130043/0046/0057/0061/0065, 3000 block of S. 19thStreet/1500 block of S. Glebe Road/3100 block of S. 15th Street. At approximately 6:37 a.m. on February 13, police were dispatched to the report of a larceny from auto series. Upon arrival, it was determined that an unknown suspect entered multiple, mostly unlocked, vehicles overnight and stole numerous items of value. There is no suspect description. The investigation is ongoing.
LARCENY FROM AUTO (series), 2018-02130040/0052/0055/0060/0066/0067, 1000 block of N. Kensington Street/1000 block of N. Kentucky Street/800 block of N. Lexington Street. At approximately 7:16 a.m. on February 13, police were dispatched to the report of multiple larceny from autos. Upon arrival, it was determined that an unknown suspect entered numerous, mostly unlocked, vehicles overnight and tampered with the contents and stole items of value from some of the vehicles. The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 5’6 to 5’10, 150-175 lbs. The investigation is ongoing.
The rest of this past week’s crime report highlights, including some that we’ve already reported, after the jump.
UNLAWFUL ENTRY, 2018-02120003, 800 block of S. Greenbrier Street. At approximately 12:19 a.m. on February 12, police were dispatched to the report of an attempted burglary. Upon arrival, it was determined that an unknown suspect(s) attempted to open the window of a residence. The suspect(s) fled prior to police arrival. There is no suspect description. The investigation is ongoing.
INDECENT EXPOSURE, 2018-02090265, 1800 block of 16th Street N. At approximately 9:55 p.m. on February 9, police were dispatched to the report of an indecent exposure just occurred. Upon arrival, it was determined that the female victim was walking in the area when the male suspect walked past her and turned back to ask her a question with his genitals exposed. The suspect then fled on foot in the opposite direction. The suspect is described as a darker skinned male, possibly Hispanic or Arabic, younger than 35 years old, approximately 5’6, wearing a gray hoodie with dark stripes and the hood up, blue jeans, and something covering his mouth. The area was canvased with negative results. The investigation is ongoing.
Randolph Elementary School’s PTA is hosting an online charity auction to support classroom and extracurricular programs, auctioning off local business deals, unique experiences and gift certificates today through Feb. 15.
There are over 200 auction items up for grabs, with prizes ranging from a veterinary check-up to an Annapolis sailboat ride valued at $500. One lucky bidder could even win a homemade baby back rib dinner for four at Arlington Public Schools board member Reid Goldstein’s home, for a minimum bid of $75.
Or perhaps you’d rather just relax at home and let Randolph Elementary principal Dr. Donna Synder and assistant principal Ms. Rebecca Irwin Kennedy take over the bedtime story routine one evening for a minimum bid of $15.
Holly Jeffreys, the Randolph Elementary PTA auction chair, says that all auction proceeds will fund field trips, classroom supplies, field day, and literacy programs like the Summer Mailbox book program. She noted that Randolph is a Title I school, a designation indicating “high percentages of children from low-income families,” according to the U.S. Department of Education.
Approximately 73.6% of students at Randolph qualify for free or reduced price meals, according to an October 2017 Arlington Public Schools report.
The auction has taken place in previous years. New this year, according to organizers, the auction website will accept credit card payments — via PayPal — from auction winners, in addition to checks.
File photo via Arlington Public Schools
A report has shown that areas of wealth and disadvantage exist very close together in Arlington, sometimes just blocks away from each other.
The report by the Northern Virginia Health Foundation, entitled “Getting Ahead: The Uneven Opportunity Landscape in Northern Virginia,” identifies what it calls 15 “islands of disadvantage,” where people face multiple serious challenges.
Those challenges include the levels of pre-school enrollment, teens out of high school, whether people have a Bachelor’s degree or higher, the level of English spoken in a household, unemployment rate, child poverty rate, health insurance rate and more.
Of those “islands,” three are either wholly or partly in Arlington: one near the county’s border with Bailey’s Crossroads and Seven Corners; another along Columbia Pike in the Douglas Park neighborhood; and another in the area of Buckingham and Fort Myer.
The report also found that neighborhoods separated by one thoroughfare can have very different demographics, housing and poverty levels.
“A striking example was near Ballston Common [Mall, rebranded as Ballston Quarter], where residents in two census tracts on either side of North Glebe Road — tracts 1019 and 1020.01 — faced very different living conditions,” the report reads. “In census tract 1019, east of N. Glebe Road, 85 percent of adults had a Bachelor’s degree or higher education and the median household income exceeded $160,000 per year.
“Just west of N. Glebe Road, in tract 1020.01, 30 percent of teens ages 15-17 years were not enrolled in school, only 38 percent of adults had a Bachelor’s degree and 48 percent of the population was uninsured.”
It also found that life expectancy can vary by as much as 10 years across the county, “from 78 years in the Buckingham area to 88 years in parts of Rosslyn and Aurora Highlands.”
To help improve conditions, the report recommended better access to health care, education and affordable housing.
“In today’s knowledge economy, advancement requires better access to education — from preschool through college — and economic development to bring jobs with livable wages to disadvantaged areas,” it reads. “And it requires an investment in the infrastructure of neglected neighborhoods, to make the living environment healthier and safer, to provide transportation, and to improve public safety. What is good for our health is also good for the economy and will make Arlington County a stronger community for all of its residents.”
Update at 5:05 p.m. — The fire department said 16th Street S. is reopened after the investigation of a bomb threat earlier this afternoon. The scene has now been turned over to Arlington police, and the house being investigated for the possible bomb was deemed safe.
Earlier: Emergency crews closed 16th Street S. between S. Quincy Street and S. Pollard Street in the Douglas Park neighborhood while they investigate a bomb threat.
At around 3 p.m., police had contact with a person threatening self-harm near S. 16th Street and Quincy Street. Police said the person then indicated a house in the area may contain an explosive device. The person was removed from the scene, police said.
While the bomb squad investigates the threat, police evacuated neighbors and are preventing vehicles and pedestrians from entering the area. Also on scene was a fire truck and medic from the Arlington County Fire Department as well as a half-dozen police cruisers.
“We’re just taking all precautions,” a fire department spokeswoman said at the scene.
The stabbing happened shortly before 10 a.m. in an apartment on the 1300 block of S. Taylor Street, near Doctor’s Run Park and Randolph Elementary School.
The male victim was stabbed in the back, according to scanner traffic. He was transported to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
“Police… remain on scene investigating,” Arlington County Police Department spokeswoman Ashley Savage tells ARLnow.com. “We have identified and are speaking to the other party involved and are not looking for any additional subjects involved in this incident.”
“There is no threat to the public,” she added.
Arlington County Police are on scene of a possible barricade situation in the Douglas Park neighborhood, just south of Columbia Pike.
Police have blocked off part of 16th Street S., between Glebe Road and S. Monroe Street.
“Lots of police cars and a cop on a loudspeaker that keeps asking for a guy to come to the door,” an anonymous tipster told ARLnow.com just before 7 p.m. “[They’re saying] we’re not going anywhere… just come out.”
“ACPD is working to have a wanted subject safely exit a residence,” said police department spokeswoman Ashley Savage. “There is no larger threat to community.”
Update at 8:50 p.m. — “The suspect has safely been taken into police custody,” Savage said. “Police remain on scene investigating.”
Update at 8:15 p.m. — “We traced the discoloration to an active construction site, which is the likely source,” said Arlington DES spokeswoman Jessica Baxter. “A light-colored sediment had discharged from the site and into the storm drain system.”
Why did this stretch of Four Mile Run turn yellow?
That’s a question officials with Arlington County’s Dept. of Environmental Services are trying to answer.
The Arlington County Fire Department was called to investigate a yellow substance in a portion of the stream behind The Brittany condominium complex at 4500 S Four Mile Run Drive around 2:35 p.m. this afternoon.
Though the firefighters concluded the mysterious discoloration is not hazardous, the substance has county officials scratching their heads.
“We don’t know how long it had been there,” said DES staffer Mark Wisdom. “We can’t make a determination until we can find the source.”
Wisdom said he planned to search for discarded paint cans or other substances near the creek.
Photos and additional reporting by Lindsay Smith
This weekend, members of the Red Cross and the Arlington County Fire Department will be going door-to-door in the Douglas Park and Nauck neighborhoods, performing fire safety checks and smoke alarm inspections and, when necessary, installing free smoke alarms.
The goal: “to reduce the number of fire-related injuries and fatalities by ensuring residents have working smoke alarms.”
ACFD says it will continue canvassing Arlington neighborhoods throughout the spring and summer to promote fire safety. From a press release:
According the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), a working smoke alarm reduces the chance of dying in a fire by nearly half. Acting Fire Chief Joseph Reshetar explains, “Early detection of a fire is a key element to survival. Please make sure your smoke alarms are operating properly.”
Last summer ACFD piloted this program and, in just 14 days of canvassing, installed a total of 865 alarms and 174 batteries. Of the 1,826 homes inspected last summer, 30 percent had no working smoke alarms or an insufficient number of smoke alarms. Chief Reshetar will join the firefighters and volunteers canvassing this Saturday with the goal of reducing that percentage.
Firefighters from all 10 fire stations will continue to canvas neighborhoods throughout Arlington County every Saturday from now through September, to provide smoke alarm inspections and installations. Arlington County residents may also contact the fire department to schedule these services.
Remember, installing smoke alarms is only one part of home fire safety. The Fire Department and Red Cross encourage you to:
- Test your smoke alarms every month by pressing the “test” button.
- Change the batteries in all alarms twice a year with daylight savings time, unless you alarm is equipped with a 10 year lithium battery.
- Ensure every person in your home understands and practices your home fire escape plan twice a year. Your plan should include two ways out of every room, getting low, closing the door behind, going directly to your predetermined family meeting place, and then calling 9-1-1.
Those are just some of the issues with mail delivery and the post office in Douglas Park, residents say.
The neighborhood email listserv has been abuzz for months with reports of postal problems, and it’s not the first time the south Arlington community has experienced such issues.
Last year WJLA reported on mysterious mail problems in Douglas Park, including cases of mail that was inexplicably delivered several months too late, without so much as an explanation or apology.
On Wednesday night, four U.S. Postal Service officials addressed a meeting of the Douglas Park Civic Association to hear residents’ concerns. After some two years of off-and-on postal problems and two previous meetings with USPS officials, residents are frustrated to the point where they’re no longer reporting issues through official channels — only griping on the listserv.
“We’re just trying to desperately understand what we can do to get reliable mail service in this neighborhood,” said civic association president Adam Henderson. “The chatter I see on the listserv, quite honestly, a lot of people are so frustrated with the situation that they don’t want to call because they don’t think anything is going to be done.”
Postal officials apologized for the problems and promised action. They said the matter had made its way all the way to the top — to the U.S. Postmaster General.
“Douglas Park is definitely on the radar screen,” said Sharon Owens, Postal Service District Manager for Northern Virginia and the D.C. area. “Please let your community know that we are committed to improving it.”
A number of factors could be contributing to the erosion of mail reliability in the neighborhood.
Officials said the Postal Service is being hit by a wave of retirements — often leaving less experienced mail carriers who are still getting up to speed on their routes. Owens said USPS is trying out a pilot program to better train new mail carriers.
Another, more localized factor, has to do with topography. Douglas Park is hilly, with few businesses or large apartment buildings. That means that a mail carrier needs to walk for much of their route, which can be exhausting and makes the route less desirable. Because mail carriers with seniority are allowed to pick their routes, that has left a succession of less experienced mail carriers in Douglas Park, residents were told.
Walter Daniels, the local Postmaster, said he was surprised to hear of the problems, since the Postal Service had not been getting complaints about mail delivery in Douglas Park and thus assumed that the previous issues had been resolved.
“We’re in the business of customer service. I really am shocked,” he said. “It sounds like we’re having some mis-deliveries again. We will have to got back to the drawing board” in terms of employee training and “will start monitoring things more closely again.”
The officials also promised to improve customer service at the Arlington South post office, at 1210 S. Glebe Road, which has been the subject of a constant barrage of listserv and online complaints.
Residents, meanwhile, were encouraged to contact USPS when there are complaints about mail service. The Postal Service doesn’t have the resources to monitor neighborhood listservs, as at least one resident suggested they should do.
“We don’t monitor social media on a local level,” said Northern Virginia District Marketing Manager Anthony Prisco. “If residents don’t tell us, we at the local level don’t really have any way of knowing that something is wrong until we come to one of these meetings.”
Also brought up at the meeting: delivery of the Arlington Sun Gazette newspaper.
Residents asked why only part of the neighborhood received the paper for free, a question that postal officials said should be directed to the newspaper. Some speculated that the distribution area was determined by home values or other economic factors.
One elderly resident, who’s outside the distribution area and thus pays to subscribe to the paper, said she’s “frustrated as all get out” because her paper usually arrives late. Postal officials were unable to explain why she often receives her paper on Thursday instead of Tuesday.
APS Mulls Contract for School at TJ — The Arlington School Board tonight will consider a $4.7 million contract for architectural and engineering work on a proposed elementary school on the grounds of Thomas Jefferson Middle School. That’s despite well-organized neighborhood opposition to the school encroaching on Thomas Jefferson Park. [InsideNova]
Unreliable Mail Delivery in Douglas Park — Residents of Arlington’s Douglas Park neighborhood say their mail delivery has become considerably less reliable in the past year. Talk of missing mail, misdirected mail and delayed mail has reached a crescendo. The Postal Service says it’s investigating. [WJLA]
HOT Lanes Lawsuit Had ‘Unintended Consequences’ — Democratic County Board candidate Alan Howze acknowledged at Tuesday’s debate that Arlington County might have erred in pursuing an aggressive lawsuit against proposed High Occupancy Toll lanes on I-395. Howze said the suit “had unintended consequences with our relations with Richmond.” [InsideNova]
Flickr pool photo by Kevin Wolf
(Updated at 2:15 p.m.) A house fire just before 2:00 a.m. Tuesday did $150,000 of damage and sent two firefighters to the hospital, but the home’s occupants were unharmed.
At 1:51 a.m., Arlington County Fire Department received a call for a house fire on the 1700 block of S. Oakland Street, just two blocks away from Fire Station 9 on S. Walter Reed Drive, according to ACFD spokeswoman Lt. Sarah Marchegiani. The occupants, two adults and an infant, had gotten out of their Douglas Park house safely after being woken up by a fire alarm.
The fire was “inside the walls” on the second story of the house, Marchegiani said, making it difficult for firefighters to douse the flames. The fire spread across the second floor and into the attic before firefighters were able to contain and extinguish it.
“It took almost an hour to knock down the fire because they had to basically open the walls to find the fire,” Marchegiani said, adding that the firefighters “were experiencing heavy heat.”
Two firefighters were transported to the hospital via ambulance, one suffering from smoke inhalation and another from “minor trauma.” Marchegiani said both are in good condition as of late this morning.
Marchegiani emphasized that the fire could have turned tragic if it weren’t for the house’s alarms. The Fire Marshal is conducting an investigation into the cause of the fire.
“We credit the fact that there were no injuries to the occupants to the working smoke alarms,” Marchegiani said. “That’s really the message we’re trying to push.”
A man was beaten and robbed after inviting a woman he had met online to his apartment.
According to this week’s Arlington County crime report, the tattooed woman and an accomplice assaulted the 31-year-old victim at his apartment in the Douglas Park neighborhood near Randolph Elementary School.
ROBBERY, 140315006, 4300 block of S. 12th Street. On March 14 at 11:30 pm, a 31 year-old male victim invited a female subject to his apartment that he had met online. She arrived to the residence and made a phone call to another male subject, who arrived and physically assaulted the victim. The victim had his wallet and cell phone stolen. Suspect one is described as a white female, approximately 5’4″, 120 pounds with blonde hair and tattoos all over her arms. She was wearing a pink shirt and black tights at the time of the incident. Suspect two is described as a black male, approximately 6’2″, 200 pounds with short hair and was wearing a black shirt at the time of the incident.
The rest of this week’s crime report, after the jump.
ROBBERY, 140315077, 4200 block of N. Wilson Boulevard. On March 15 at 2:49pm, a victim reported that his iPad was allegedly stolen by an unknown subject in the Ballston Mall. The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 25-30 years of age, and was wearing a gray fitted hat, a blue North Face jacket, and tan cargo pants.
ATTEMPTED ARMED ROBBERY, 140315055, 2600 block of S. Columbia Pike. On March 15 at 9:07am, a suspect entered CVS and climbed over the pharmacy counter, threatened employees with a knife and attempted to steal prescription drugs. After several attempts the suspect fled the store and was apprehended in a rear alley. Daniel McQuay, 33, of Arlington, VA was arrested and charged with attempted armed robbery and was held without bond.
BURGLARY, 140314020, 2300 block of N. Clarendon Boulevard. Between 5:55 pm on March 13 and 8:15 am on March 14, an unknown subject(s) entered an office and stole a Dell laptop. There is no suspect(s) description.
BURGLARY, 140313020, 2300 block of S. Wilson Boulevard. At 9:52 am on March 13, a suspect entered a secure office space and was witnessed going through an employee’s belongings. Once confronted, the suspect fled the scene on foot and was located by police in an adjacent office building. Ana Anderson, 42, of no fixed address, was arrested and charged with burglary with intent to commit larceny. She was held without bond.
BURGLARY, 140313074, 2300 block of S. Eads Street. At 11:55 pm on March 13, surveillance video captures a suspect gaining access to a restaurant and stealing cash. The suspect is described as an adult black male, approximately 6’0″ tall and 230 lbs. He was wearing a blue “Washington” hoodie, jeans and a blue baseball hat at the time of the incident.
BURGLARY, 140312049, 1900 block of S. Columbia Pike. Between 7:15 am and 4:30 pm on March 12, an unknown subject(s) entered a residence through a window and stole various items to include jewelry and electronics. There is no suspect(s) description.
INDECENT EXPOSURE, 140315112, 2000 block of N. 15th Street. On March 15 at 10:59pm, an intoxicated 26 year-old woman arrived at the Magistrate’s Office naked to visit her husband who was arrested in Clarendon earlier in the day. The woman refused to get dressed or to leave in a cab. Maura Fussell, 26, of Reston, VA was arrested and charged with indecent exposure and drunk in public. She was held until sober.
PEEPING TOM, 140316013, 600 block of N. Nelson Street. On March 16 at 2:18am, a victim reported that an unknown male subject was looking through her living room window. The victim screamed and the suspect fled on foot. The suspect is described as a black male, approximately 5’10” with a wide build. He was wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans at the time of the incident.
UNLAWFUL ENTRY, 140314059, 200 block of S. Carlin Springs Road. On March 14 at 9:11pm, police responded to reports of subjects that had unlawfully entered Kenmore Middle School. The suspects fled on foot, but were located a short time later by police. Anthony Jorge Ortiz, 18, of Arlington, VA, Samuel Zacharias, 18, of Arlington, VA, along with five juveniles were charged with unlawful entry and possession of stolen property.
BREAKING & ENTERING, 140317004, 4100 block of N. 3rd Road. On March 17 at 7:42am, a maintenance supervisor reported that a storage room door was discovered open and there was damage done to the door. It was unknown if anything was taken from the storage area and there is no suspect(s) description.
TAMPERING (series), 140315005, 5700 block of S. 4th Street. On March 15 at 10:00pm, it was discovered that several vehicles were tampered with and that items were taken. The investigation is ongoing.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY (series), 140315059, 1600 block of N. Oak Street. Between 7 pm on March 14 and 9:30 am on March 15, an unknown subject(s) smashed windows on numerous vehicles. No items were reported stolen and the investigation is ongoing.
MISSILE INTO OCCUPIED DWELLING, 140318042, 1000 block of S. Quebec Street. On March 18 at 7:05pm, a victim reported that a bedroom window in her residence had been broken by an unknown object. There are no suspects at this time.
03/13/14, VA XDC-5472, 1999 Dodge Caravan, Maroon
1200 block of S. Thomas Street
03/15/14 WZJ5304 VA, 2004 Toyota Corolla 4D, Black
2600 block of S. Columbia Pike
03/17/14 XDB1011 VA, 1998 Dodge Stratus 4D, Black
2900 block of S. Glebe Road
TAMPERING WITH AUTO, 140312024, 1500 block of N. Colonial Court
FRAUD, 140312033, 2300 block of S. Jefferson Davis Highway
GRAND LARCENY, 140312045, 1000 block of S. Hayes Street
EMBEZZLEMENT, 140312046, 1100 block of S. Hayes Street
IDENTITY THEFT, 140312051, 800 block of N. Wakefield Street
IDENTITY THEFT, 140312052, 3300 block of N. Dickerson Street
ASSAULT & BATTERY, 140312067, 3100 block of S. Arlington Boulevard
GRAND LARCENY, 140312069, 1000 block of S. Hayes Street
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY, 140313002, 4600 block of S. Four Mile Run Drive
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY, 140313003, 4600 block of S. Four Mile Run Drive
LARCENY, 140313021, 2100 block of N. 15th Street
FRAUD, 140313031, 5800 block of N. Washington Boulevard
GRAND LARCENY, 140313038, 1200 block of S. Hayes Street
THREATS, 140313047, 4300 block of N. Old Dominion Drive
PETIT LARCENY, 140313053, 4200 block of N. Wilson Boulevard
GRAND LARCENY, 140313054, 700 block of N. Glebe Road
GRAND LARCENY, 140313057, 900 block of S. Dinwiddie Street
PETIT LARCENY, 140313060, 1200 block of S. Hayes Street
PETIT LARCENY, 140313063, 1100 block of S. Hayes Street
GRAND LARCENY, 140313067, 1000 block of S. Hayes Street
ASSAULT & BATTERY, 140313070, 4200 block of N. Wilson Boulevard
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY, 140313071, 3500 block of S. Arlington Boulevard
GRAND LARCENY, 140313072, 1000 block of S. Hayes Street
GRAND LARCENY, 140314013, 500 block of S. Walter Reed Drive
PETIT LARCENY, 140314016, 2500 block of S. 9th Road
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY, 140314022, 200 block of N. Glebe Road
GRAND LARCENY, 140314025, 3200 block of S. 13th Road
GRAND LARCENY, 140314032, 1900 block of N. Lynn Street
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY, 140314037, 200 block of N. Trenton Street
LARCENY, 140314040, 4300 block of N. Old Dominion Drive
ASSAULT & BATTERY, 140314048, 4300 block of N. Carlin Springs Road
TRESPASSING, 140314058, 4200 block of N. Wilson Boulevard
LARCENY FROM AUTO, 140314063, 200 block of S. Carlin Springs Road
LARCENY FROM AUTO, 140314062, 3600 block of S. 5th Street
TAMPERING, 140315002, 5600 block of S. 2nd Street
TAMPERING, 140315004, 400 block of S. Kensington Street
TAMPERING, 140315009, 400 block of S. Carlin Springs Road
TAMPERING, 140315011, 300 block of S. Lexington Street
LARCENY FROM AUTO, 140315012, 200 block of S. Lexington Street
TAMPERING, 140315014, 5600 block of S. 3rd Street
LARCENY FROM AUTO, 140315022, 1900 block of N. Fort Meyer Drive
ASSAULT & BATTERY, 140315025, 5200 block of S. 8th Road
ASSAULT, 140315037, 4800 block of N. Lee Highway
LARCENY FROM AUTO, 140315052, 1500 block of N. Clarendon Boulevard
LARCENY FROM AUTO, 140315063, 2000 block of N. Stafford Street
LARCENY FROM AUTO, 140315065, 2000 block of N. Calvert Street
PETIT LARCENY (SHOPLIFTING), 140315068, 2500 block of S. 9th Road
PETIT LARCENY, 140315076, 300 block of S. 23rd Street
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY, 140315079, 5700 block of N. 10th Road
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY, 140315081, 1400 block of N. Wilson Boulevard
FAILURE TO ID, 140315090, 2000 block of N. 15th Street
ASSAULT ON POLICE, 140315100, 3000 block of N. Wilson Boulevard
ASSAULT & BATTERY, 140315105, 1800 block of S. Columbia Pike
ASSAULT & BATTERY, 140315107, 3100 block of N. Clarendon Boulevard
ATTEMPTED MALICIOUS WOUNDING, 140316003, 1100 block of N. 19th Street
OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE, 140316008, unit block of S. Carlin Springs Road
DISPUTE, 140316021, 4500 block of N. Carlin Springs Road
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY, 140316025, 3800 block of N. Columbia Pike
ASSAULT & BATTERY, 140316031, 3100 block of N. Clarendon Boulevard
LARCENY FROM AUTO, 140316040, 2800 block of S. 2nd Street
STOLEN TAG, 140316044, 300 block of S. 15th Street
ATTEMPTED LARCENY FROM AUTO, 140316045, 4200 block of S. Four Mile Run Drive
PETIT LARCENY, 140316049, 1000 block of S. Hayes Street
GRAND LARCENY, 140316052, 1200 block of S. Hayes Street
IDENTITY THEFT, 140316054, 1500 block of S. George Mason Drive
OBTAINING MONEY BY FALSE PRETENSE, 140317011, 5600 block of S. 7th Place
GRAND LARCENY, 140317015, 1000 block of N. Stafford Street
GRAND LARCENY, 140317020, 1100 block of S. Hayes Street
GRAND LARCENY FROM AUTO, 140317022, 2800 block of S. 5th Street
ASSAULT & BATTERY, 140318002, 3100 block of N. Wilson Boulevard
LARCENY, 140318009, 3800 block of N. 7th Road
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY, 140318034, unit block of S. Manchester Street
ASSAULT & BATTERY ON POLICE, 140318035, 2100 block of N. Culpeper Street
GRAND LARCENY, 140318039, 4700 block of N. Rock Spring Road
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY, 140318044, 2200 block of S. Crystal Drive
FRAUD, 140318047, 1200 block of S. Fern Street
FELONY ELUDING, 140319001, 1800 block of N. Quinn Street