Daily Crime Bulletin
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9550 Fairfax Boulevard / Dunkin Donuts – On June 13 at 9:49 PM the victim, a 43 year old Fairfax area woman, reported that she and a male subject had been assaulted by a male subject and a female subject, who had already left the scene. As the result of investigation by the Field Operations Division, warrants were obtained charging Joshua Nelson Wallace, 35, of no fixed address, and Rebecca Anne Cole, 43, of 3160 Campbell Drive, Fairfax, with malicious wounding by mob. Wallace was taken into custody at the scene for drunk in public and transported to the Adult Detention Center. On June 17 at 8:57 PM Cole was located in the 9500 block of Fairfax Boulevard and taken into custody. She was transported to the Adult Detention Center and ordered held without bond.
3333 Old Pickett Road / Gateway Park – On June 14 at 3:28 AM the 43 year old female victim reported that while she was sleeping at the gazebo in the park, she had been punched repeatedly and injured by a man holding a machete. Joshua Carroll Hebb, 32, of 3160 Campbell Drive, Fairfax, was taken into custody at the scene and transported to the Adult Detention Center. He was charged with brandishing a machete and assault and battery and held without bond.
Fairfax Boulevard / Eaton Place – On June 16 at 12:48 AM an officer who had conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle being operated erratically determined that the driver was intoxicated. Megha Jain, 32, of 13942 New Braddock Road, Centreville, was transported to the Adult Detention Center where she was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and refusal of breath test.
10780 Fairfax Boulevard / Super H Mart – On June 17 at 2:23 PM the victim reported that about 1:45 PM unknown person(s) had stolen her iPhone and purse from her shopping cart which had been left unattended. The purse contained credit and debit cards and identification.
10100 Block of Ratcliffe Manor Drive – On June 17 at 4:12 PM officers investigating a report of trespassers in an unoccupied residence observed that entry had been made by unknown person(s) and that beer cans and other residue had been left by persons sleeping or hanging out in the home. The Criminal Investigations Division is investigating the case.