Crime

Crime Report: Man Charged With Abduction, Assault & Public Drunkenness

A man was arrested at Falls Church’s Eden Center last week and charged with abduction, assault by mob and public drunkenness. Police say the 42-year old Lorton man’s arrest was a result of an investigation that took place on Sunday, April 26.

In other F.C. crime news, there were several more drug and alcohol violations in the latest report including two people arrested for marijuana possession, two DUIs on West Broad St., a drunk in public and someone stole beer from 7-Eleven.

 

City of Falls Church Crime Report: April 27 – May 3, 2015

Abduction, Assault, and Public Drunkenness, 6757 Wilson Blvd. On Apr. 27, police arrested, a male, 42, of Lorton, was arrested for Abduction, Assault by Mob, and Public Drunkenness, as a result of an investigation from Apr. 26.

Narcotics Violation and Driving Under the Influence, 110 block W. Broad St. On May 1, an officer conducted a traffic stop for a motor vehicle violation. The driver, a male, 32, of Falls Church, was arrested for Possession of Marijuana and Driving Under the Influence.

Shoplifting, 201 S. Washington St. (7-Eleven) On May 2, beer was reported stolen from the store.

Driving Under the Influence, 100 block W. Broad St. On May 2, an officer conducted a traffic stop for a motor vehicle violation. The driver, a female, 55, of Suitland, MD, was arrested for Driving Under the Influence.

Public Drunkenness, 900 block W. Broad St. On May 2, a female, 54, of Annandale, was arrested for Public Drunkenness.

Larceny from Motor Vehicle, 100 block W. Broad St. On May 2, an unknown suspect smashed the victim’s car window and stole a phone and purse.

Narcotics Violation, 400 block Lincoln Ave. On May 2, a female, 48, of Leesburg, was arrested and released on summons for Possession of Marijuana.

Larceny from Building, 400 block N. Washington St. On May 3, an unknown suspect stole a bicycle from a storage area.

Residential Burglary, 200 block W. Greenway Blvd. On May 3, police received a report of burglary which occurred sometime on May 2.

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