Crime

City of Falls Church Crime Report: March 3 – 9, 2014

City of Falls Church, VA Crime Report for March 3 – 9, 2014

NOTE: This report is not a definitive list of all criminal activity and is subject to change upon investigation. Please contact Falls Church Police at 703-241-5050 if you have any information regarding any of these crimes.

Graffiti, 7124 Leesburg Pike (George Mason High School) On Mar. 5, graffiti were found in a girls’ restroom.

Driving Under the Influence, and Public Drunkenness, 500 block S. Washington St. On Mar. 5, an officer conducted a traffic stop for a motor vehicle violation. The driver, a 26-year-old from Falls Church, was arrested for Driving Under the Influence. A 22-year-old passenger from Falls Church was arrested for Public Drunkenness.

Public Drunkenness, 116-B W. Broad St. (Unity Club) On Mar. 5, a 43-year-old from Reston was arrested for Public Drunkenness.

Larceny from Building, 405 N. Washington St. #200 (Baptist World Alliance) On Mar. 6, six drainage grates were stolen from the location.

Graffiti, 1300 block S. Washington St. On Mar. 7, graffiti were found on a retaining wall.

Public Drunkenness, 300 Park Ave. (Falls Church City Hall) On Mar. 7, a 31-year-old of no fixed address was arrested for Public Drunkenness.

Driving Under the Influence and Refusal to Submit to Blood or Breath Test, 300 block S. Washington St. On Mar. 8, an officer conducted a traffic stop for a motor vehicle violation. The driver, a 42-year-old from Fairfax, was arrested for Driving Under the Influence and Refusal to Submit to a Blood or Breath Test.

Driving Under the Influence, Fleeing the Scene of an Accident, Liquor Law Violation, and Narcotics Violation, 100 block W. George Mason Rd. On Mar. 8, an 18-year-old from the City of Falls Church, was arrested for Driving Under the Influence, Fleeing the Scene of an Accident, Underage Possession of Alcohol, and Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance (Codine).

Larceny from Building, 400 block S. Washington St. On Mar. 10, a bicycle was reported stolen from a storage locker.

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