Daily Crime Bulletin
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9906 Main Street / Goodwill Store – On May 23 at 2:35 PM the victim, a 45 year old Burke area woman, reported that during the course of an altercation she had been assaulted by a female subject in the store. As the result of investigation by the Field Operations Division a warrant was obtained charging Agnes B. Simb, 49, of 12016 Greywing Square, Reston, with assault and battery. The warrant was served on May 28 and the suspect was released on signature.
9400 Block of Fairfax Boulevard / Foxcroft Colony Condominiums – On May 26 at 4:36 PM a witness reported that he had observed two unknown male subjects steal a leaf blower from a landscaping company’s trailer. It subsequently was determined that several other pieces of equipment also had been stolen. The Field Operations Division is investigating the case.
3950 University Drive / Parking Garage – On May 26 at 6:53 PM an officer investigating a two-vehicle crash in the garage learned that the driver of one of the vehicles involved had left the scene. The vehicle subsequently was located blocking Locust Street at Main Street and it was determined that the driver was intoxicated. Kristine Alice Jackson, 47, of 455 South Maple Avenue, Falls Church, was transported to the Adult Detention Center where she was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, misdemeanor hit and run and blocking the highway.
False Pretenses Arrest
4100 Block of Virginia Street – On May 27 officers investigating the theft of jewelry and money from a residence determined that a male subject had pawned several of the stolen jewelry items at a pawn shop in Fairfax County and received money for them As the result of investigation by the Field Operations Division Kevin Matthew Gray, 31, of 4148 Virginia Street, was charged with obtaining money by false pretenses and held at the Adult Detention Center on $3000 bond.
3200 Block of Beech Tree Court – On May 28 at 3:57 PM an officer investigating a report of a duffel bag found on Ridge Avenue determined that unknown person(s) had stolen it from an unlocked parked vehicle. No items were determined to be missing from the duffel bag, which was returned to the vehicle owner.