City of Falls Church, VA Crime Report for September 6 – 12, 2011
Vandalism, 400 block Lincoln Ave. Unknown suspect(s) severed several electrical wires in a garage sometime between Sept. 3 and Sept. 7.
Burglary, 500 block Roosevelt Blvd. On Sept. 7 between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m., unknown suspect(s) ransacked an apartment. Several items were stolen from apartment.
Larceny from Building, 500 block Roosevelt Blvd. On Sept. 8, unknown suspect(s) stole a secured bicycle from a communal rack sometime overnight.
Felony Burglary with Intent to Assault, 200 block Pennsylvania Ave. On Sept. 8, the suspect entered a residence without permission. A male, 54, of Annandale, was arrested for Felony Burglary with Intent to Assault.
Assault and Battery of a Law Enforcement Officer, Attempted Assault of a Law Enforcement Officer, Attempted Destruction of Property, and Public Drunkenness, 6763 Wilson Blvd. (Eden Center) On Sept. 9, an officer observed an intoxicated individual in a hallway. While the officer was affecting the arrest, the suspect assaulted the officer. The suspect also attempted to strike the officer while being secured in the police vehicle. A male, 53, no fixed address, was arrested for Assault and Battery of a Law Enforcement Officer, Attempted Assault of a Law Enforcement Officer, Attempted Destruction of Property, and Public Drunkenness.
Armed Robbery, 105 N. Virginia Ave. (DogSpaw) On Sept. 11,10:32 a.m., an unknown suspect entered the business, demanded money from an employee, and fled the area. The victim did not sustain any physical injury. The suspect left the area stealing various personal items.
Public Drunkenness, 110 N. West St. (Mike’s Deli at Lazy Sundae) On Sept. 11, Mario de Monjaras Andrade , 46, of Vienna, was arrested for Public Drunkenness.
Vandalism to Vehicle, 400 block Jackson St. On Sept. 12, unknown suspect(s) keyed the victim’s vehicle sometime overnight.
Vandalism to Vehicle, 100 block W. Broad St. On Sept. 12, the victim reported unknown suspect(s) keyed the victim’s vehicle sometime between Sept. 9 and Sept. 10.
NOTE: This report is not a definitive list of all criminal activity and is subject to change upon investigation.