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Police: Three Arrested After Store Robbery and Assault

by Karen Goff August 26, 2014 at 4:30 pm 1,898 17 Comments

Fairfax County Police car

Officers from Fairfax County Police’s Reston District Station arrested three suspects following a robbery at a convenience store in the 9900 block of Georgetown Pike early Monday.

Police said three men entered the 7-Eleven in Great Falls and took beer without paying. While fleeing, the suspects assaulted a store employee ,who was subsequently transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Responding police officers located all three suspects and took them into custody. Diego Anticona, 28, of Herndon was charged with robbery and resisting arrest. Jorge Anticona-Choy, 27, of Herndon was charged with robbery. Juan Ramos-Marroquin, 33, of Chantilly was charged with robbery.

In other crime news:

Fairfax County Police report that four break-ins occurred in Reston in the last week. In two incidents, property was stolen.

In the first incident, a resident reported an unknown man walked into a home in the 2300 block of Colts Brook Drive. The man entered through an unlocked door, police said. The suspect also entered the victim’s vehicle. Nothing was taken.

There was another attempted burglary in the 11700 block of Olde English Drive on Aug. 22 at 1:41 a.m. A resident reported an unknown man entered the residence through an unsecured door. The suspect left immediately when the he heard someone was in the home. Nothing was taken.

The resident described the suspect was described as black and approximately 5 feet 10 inches tall.

There were two burglaries reported on Aug. 21. A resident of the 1800 block of Old Reston Ave, told police someone entered the residence and took property. The other burglary was in the 11700 block of North Shore Drive. A resident reported someone entered the residence and took property.

LARCENIES

  • 1400 block of North Point Village Center, electronic equipment from business.
  • 2200 block of Colts Neck Road, electronic equipment from vehicle.
  • 400 block of Arnon Chapel Road, laptop computer, and purse from residence.
  • 9600 block of Beach Mill Road, property from vehicle.
  • 12000 block of Bowman Towne Drive, cell phone from business.
  • 2200 block of Hunters Woods Plaza, wine from business.
  • 2300 block of Hunters Woods Plaza, merchandise from business.
  • 2100 block of Monaghan Drive, bicycle from residence.
  • 1200 block of Rowland Rive, wallet from vehicle.
  • Springwood Drive/Karbon Hill Court, cell phone from vehicle.
  • 11400 block of South Lakes Drive, wallet from school.
  • 12000 block of Holly Leaf Court, wallet from location
  • 12500 block of Thunder Chase Drive, license plate from vehicle
  • 11800 block of Sunrise Valley Drive, boxes of candies from business.
  • 11800 block of Sunrise Valley Drive, lighter from business.
  • 2300 block of Meadow Willow circle, bicycle from residence.

  • Chuck Morningwood

    I have to ask, “Is the world of hurt that’s coming your way worth the beer?

    • Homer

      Beer is the cause of, and the solution to, all of life’s problems!

  • FULL TIME BOJANGLER

    Karen,
    I’d like to see some investigative reporting done to determine the immigration status of these individuals. I dare you to go there………

    • Some gringo

      I’d like to see investigative reporting done to determine the immigration status of your descendants.

      • FULL TIME BOJANGLER

        Not needed. My descendants have no immigration status. Because they are not immigrants. They were born here, in Virginia, at Fairfax Hospital. ASSHAT. You probably meant to say my ancestors, but are so stupid that you don’t know the difference.

      • FULL TIME BOJANGLER

        I did reply to your comment, but Karen won’t allow it. She does not like any controversy. I want to know why it is so controversial to question the immigration status of those arrested in this county or in any other county. My descendants have no immigration status, because they are not immigrants. You probably meant my ancestors, and they mostly came from Ireland . And none of them were ever arrested.

        • Karen Goff

          Laura – Your comment was automatically approved, so I don;t know what you are talking about.

        • Jessica

          Do you know the percentage of crimes committed by native born citizens vs illegal immigrants/legal immigrants? Let me know what you come up with statistically. Your question is not controversial just lazy.

      • Ha

        That status will be “displaced in their own country by a tide of parasites”.

        Your kids will have the same status.

        Enjoy the decline!

      • Mike M

        Did he commit a crime?

        Did you really mean ancestors?

        Do you not care if people come here illegally and then pursue a life of violent crime?

        • some gringo

          It doesn’t make a difference whether somebody committing a crime is here illegally or not. If the last names were Smith, Berkowitz, O’Brien, or Roosevelt, you don’t hear people questioning the investigative reporting of immigration status.

          Most undocumented workers come here to support their families at home with jobs the rest of us won’t do. They work multiple jobs at subpar wages bordering on slavery so that you can spend a dollar less on lunch.

          Try to ease off a bit on pre-judgements bordering on racism.

    • Ha

      I am sure that Diego, Juan, and Jorge were simply visiting their second homes in Great Falls.

  • Adrian Havill

    Georgetown Pike is in the heart of Great Falls and should not be confused with Leesburg Pike which is indeed Route Seven.

    • Karen Goff

      Adrian – you are correct. Sorry for the error – it has been corrected.

  • Miranda

    all these “americans” are the immigrants none of your are native to this country remember your ancestors killed our native americans … so leave these guys alone

    • Miranda

      you*

  • Jack Horton

    We must maintain constant vigilance for the lurking domestic enemies of our Bill of Rights.

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