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Police: Bikes Stolen From Forest Edge Elementary

by Karen Goff May 6, 2015 at 9:30 am 22 Comments

Fairfax County Police Several bicycles were stolen from Forest Edge Elementary School in the last week, Fairfax County Police said in its Reston District Station larceny report.

Other larcenies:

  • 11100 block of Glade Drive, electronic equipment from vehicle.
  • 2300 block of Hunters Woods Plaza, merchandise from business.
  • 2200 block of Stone Wheel Drive, bicycle from residence.
  • 900 block of Challedon Road, cash from residence.
  • 12000 block of Greywing Square, phone from residence.
  • 12500 block of Chasbarb Terrace, property from residence.
  • 12500 block of Dardanelle Court, property from residence.

In other crime news from Reston District Station:


1400 block of Northgate Square, May 2. A resident reported someone entered the residence and took property.

10900 block of Woodland Falls Drive, Great Falls, May 3. A resident reported someone entered the residence and took property.


2000 block of Durand Drive, 2008 Lexus RX.


Authorities at Crossfield Elementary School said a student was walking to a bus stop on Myterra Way in unincorporated Herndon when he was approached by an unknown adult male who offered him a ride in his car on Thursday, April 30 at 8:30 a.m.

The car was described as a metallic silver/bronze four-door sedan. The student went to a neighbor’s house and contacted a parent who, in turn, notified police. The adult is described as a white male, 40-50 years of age, black hair with a mustache and beard, wearing a tan or brown baseball cap and a tan and orange checkered shirt.

If you have any information about this incident, please contact the Fairfax County Police Dept. at 703-691-2131.


    Greywing, Hunters Woods, Stonewheel, Glade Dr. all have 1 thing in common. Anyone want to venture a guess what that is?

    • WhoIsJohnGalt

      Section 8 housing?


        Correct. As your prize, I will gladly award you 2 tickets to the AIDS dancing and poetry event at RCC at Hunters Woods Plaza. Please let me know if I can deliver them to you.

    • Bah

      They bring us the glorious benefits of diversity, which although never specified with clarity and precision so that an ordinary citizen can understand them, must be enormous, or the government would not spend so much of our money to confer these benefits upon us.

  • Ricky Spanish

    Oh.. I know the answer… They’re are in Sh*tty Reston

    • Bah

      Q: What kind of bike do the residents of Sh*tty Reston prefer to ride?

      A: Yours.

  • Richard

    That’s right. If we would just get rid of all the low-income people in Reston, it would be the perfect place to live. Only wealthy people deserve to live in Reston.


      How about this approach? If a person, who is on any form of government assistance, is convicted of a crime, their household will no longer receive their handouts? Maybe then the mothers or fathers would take control of their damn criminal kids. Otherwise, we are paying them while they rob us. So we pay twice. Once through our tax dollars, and then again when they steal from us.

      • WhoIsJohnGalt

        The mother yes, the baby-daddy not so much as he’s most likely MIA


          I know but I was trying to be politically correct………hahaha.

          • WhoIsJohnGalt

            Being Politically Correct is what got us in this mess in the first place. I hate the fact that I have to be on the lookout the whole time I’m out on a jog

    • Bah

      Everyone deserves to live only where they can afford to live without any outside assistance, period. Nobody has an inherent and irrevocable right to live at the expense of someone else.

      We allow low-income people to live in Reston. That doesn’t mean they deserve it. If they abuse the privilege then that privilege should be withdrawn.

      • GreenVillage

        Who is “we’ and “they”? Get over yourself. Disgusting. Reston from its inception was intended to be mixed-income. You should have never moved here. BTW, I don’t do back n forth so don’t bother.

        • SImpleAdviceForSimpletimes

          Please don’t feed the trolls


          “WE” are the payers.
          “THEY” are the takers.

    • Mike M

      No. Only the ones who commit crimes.

    • Barbara Goddard

      Reston was not built for just the rich , it was built for people of all walks of life , Don’t believe me ask our founder Robert Simon

  • Ricky Spanish

    People failed to realize that today is National Ride your Bike to school day. Reston Elementary Schools will be ripe for the picking. How many stolen bikes will be reported next week?

  • Ming the Merciless

    You and Bojangler are both recipients of shameful, unearned “clean clothes privilege” and “daily bathing privilege”!

    If you attend the AIDS event, I hope you reflect on your “AIDS-free privilege” which is the result of your unearned “always avoided high risk behaviors privilege”. On the other hand, you could reproach the performers for receiving “government funded performance art privilege” instead of the far less desirable “gotta work for a living privilege” that you enjoy.

    • Mike M

      And I’d like to see your interpretive dance on the impact of the Tetra acquisition.


      I’d rather get a root canal that attend the AIDS Poetry Reading and Interpretive dance.


    You and Ming make me laugh! Laughter is the best medicine when you can’t get pot.


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