Crime Report: Two Burglaries in Reston

Fairfax County Police Fairfax County Police are investigating two burglaries that took place in Reston in the last week.

The first was May 18 in the 2400 block of Southgate Square. The second was reported Sunday in the 11600 block of Ivystone Court.

In both cases, someone entered the residence and took property, police said. Police did not specify what was taken.

In other crime reported by FCPD’s Reston District Station for the week ending May 27:


11100 block of Barrel Cooper Court, bicycles from residence

1500 block of Cameron Crescent Drive, laptop computer from vehicle

12900 block of Centre Park, jewelry from residence

3800 block of Highland Oaks Drive, wallets and passport from vehicle

11700 block of Karbon Hill Court, GPS from vehicle

2300 block of Ridgehampton Court, bicycle from residence

1600 block of Washington Plaza, property from residence

1800 block of Discovery Street, pictures from business

Market Street/Discovery Street, property from business

1000 block of Monroe Street, cell phone from location

1800 block of Cameron Crescent Drive, jewelry from residence

1500 block of Cameron Crescent Drive, cash from vehicle

3800 block of Highland Oaks Drive, wallet from vehicle

2000 block of Lakewinds Drive, purse from location

2100 block of Centreville Road, keys from business

700 block of Grant Street, cell phone from business


Middle Creek Lane/Mossy Creek Lane, Honda Civic

DIRECTED PATROL, May 25. Officers from the Reston District Station patrolled the county searching for drunk drivers. No drivers were charged with DWI. Eight summonses and seven warnings were issued.

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