The latest City of Falls Church Crime Report depicts a relatively uneventful week in crime in The Little City last week with just six entries in today’s release. Four of the six were reports of larceny: a bag and computer were stolen off of S. Oak Street, someone reporter jewelry stolen from the Inns of Virginia back in September, items were taken from a car on Park Ave. and someone broke into a car and stole cash on W. Broad Street.
In addition, a 34-year old Falls Church man was arrested for DUI last Monday and there was a report of simple assault at New Moon Restaurant on Sunday.
City of Falls Church Crime Report: October 13 – 19, 2014
Driving Under the Influence, Refusal to Submit to a Blood or Breath Test, and Obstruction of Justice, 300 block E. Broad St. On Oct. 13, a male, 34, of Falls
Church, was arrested for Driving Under the Influence, Refusal to Submit to a Blood or Breath Test, and Obstruction of Justice.
Larceny, 100 block S. Oak St. On Oct.14, a bag and a computer were reported stolen.
Larceny from Building, 421 W. Broad St. (Inns of Virginia) On Oct. 15, police received a report that jewelry was stolen sometime in September.
Larceny from Motor Vehicle, 400 block Park Ave. On Oct. 18, several items were reported stolen from the victim’s vehicle.
Larceny from Motor Vehicle, 700 block W. Broad St. On Oct. 19, an unknown suspect forced entry into an unoccupied vehicle and stole cash.
Simple Assault, 6619 Wilson Blvd. (New Moon Restaurant) On Oct. 19, police received a report of an assault during an altercation at the restaurant. No injuries were reported.