Crime Report: Assault at Smashburger

December 28, 2015 3:14 PM0 comments

A slow week in Falls Church crime included an assault at Smashburger on Thursday, Dec. 16, appliances stolen from a building on Roosevelt Blvd, and some public drunkenness around town. City of Falls Church Crime Report: December 14 – 20, 2015 Assault, 308 S. Washington St. (Smashburger) On Dec. 16, […]

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Crime Report: Vehicle’s Tires Slashed Twice in One Week at Bowl America

December 15, 2015 2:13 PM0 comments

Someone has it out for a vehicle regularly parked in the Bowl America parking lot. For the second time in one week, the vehicle’s tires were slashed while parked at the bowling alley, the first time was last Monday and the latest incident occurring on Friday. In other crime, someone skipped out on […]

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Crime Report: Armed Robbery, F.C. Vehicles Still at Risk

December 8, 2015 5:04 PM0 comments

The big incident in the latest Falls Church crime report is the armed robbery of a BP Service station in Falls Church which the FBI has now linked to a string of robberies around the area. In other crime, Falls Church vehicles continue to be at risk with two vehicles robbed Monday, Nov. […]

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Crime Report: Another Car Stolen in City of Falls Church

December 1, 2015 5:33 PM0 comments

Cars continue to be under siege in the City of Falls Church with three more incidents of vehicle theft last week. In the latest crime report, a vehicle was stolen from Gibson St. on Saturday and vehicles on S. Washington St . and W. Annandale Rd. were broken into and robbed […]

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Crime Report: Counterfeit Bills & Frozen Yogurt

November 24, 2015 2:07 PM0 comments

Somebody tried to buy frozen yogurt with a counterfeit bill at Zinga, another car was broken into and robbed and a school-issued laptop was stolen from George Mason High School, according to the latest Falls Church crime report.   City of Falls Church Crime Report: November 16 – 22, 2015 […]

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Crime Report: Bike, Computer, Wallet Stolen; F.C. Man Charged With Abduction

November 17, 2015 3:56 PM0 comments

In larceny this week, the Liberty Gas station on S. Washington Street was reported robbed, a bicycle was stolen from a building on N. Washington St., somebody stole a wallet at Columbia Baptist Church and a computer was stolen from George Mason High School. Police also report a 38-year old […]

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Crime Report: Car Stolen & 4 More Car Break-Ins in Falls Church

November 10, 2015 4:33 PM0 comments

Vehicles in the City of Falls Church continue to be broken into and stolen, as the spree of vehicle thefts and larcenies in the Little City continues. According to the latest F.C. crime report, four vehicles were broken into and robbed and another vehicle was stolen altogether last Wednesday. Three of […]

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Crime Report: Another Car Break-In in the City of Falls Church

November 3, 2015 2:58 PM0 comments

Car breaks-ins in the City of Falls Church continued yet again this past week with a wallet stolen from a vehicle on Chanel Terrace. This is the the latest in a string of vehicle thefts that have plagued the City in recent weeks. In other crime, personal items were stolen […]

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Crime Report: Spree of Car Break-Ins Continues

October 28, 2015 6:12 PM0 comments

Seven more vehicles were broken into or tampered with in the City of Falls Church is the past week, according to the latest crime report. Five cars were broken into last Monday and another two were robbed on Wednesday resulting in stolen personal items and cash. In non-car larceny news, pumpkins were stolen […]

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Crime Report: Falls Church Faces Vehicle Break-In Spree

October 21, 2015 10:50 AM0 comments

Falls Church has been hit with a rash of vehicle break-ins as evidenced in the latest crime report detailing nine such incidents as well as a notice from City police warning residents to be extra cautious after 16 break-ins over the weekend. In addition to the various items stolen from […]

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