Police: Teens Robbed, Assaulted Pedestrian on Path

Fairfax County Police Fairfax County Police have apprehended two teenagers suspected of being part of a group that robbed and assaulted a man on a trail in south Reston on Tuesday.

Police said the victim was walking near the 11000 block of Winterthur Lane about 5:38 p.m. when he came upon a group of eight teenagers.

The man said the group began assaulting him and took his cell phone and cash. When police were called, they located the group running away and two of the suspects were apprehended.

A 16-year-old from Sterling, and 17-year-old from Reston, were detained pending investigation.

In other police news from FCPD’s Reston District Station:

INDECENT EXPOSURE

Green Range Drive near Cloudcroft Court, July 14, 5:14 a.m. A woman was walking on the sidewalk when a man exposed himself from inside a vehicle.  The suspect was described as a white male in his 20s.

LARCENIES

11900 block of Market Street, phone from residence.

13200 block of Parcher Avenue, property from vehicle.

11400 block of Sunset Hills Road, wheels from vehicle.

11400 block of Washington Plaza, parts from vehicle.

1500 block of Deer Point Way, phone from residence.

2800 block of Reign Street, property from vehicle.

11200 block of Silentwood Lane, cash from vehicle.

1800 block of Cameron Glen Drive, bicycles from residence.

1800 block of Cameron Glen Drive, phone from business.

1800 block of Fountain Drive, merchandise from business.

11700 block of Olde English Drive, property from residence.

STOLEN VEHICLES

11800 block of Barrel Cooper Court, 2003 Honda Civic.

1800 block of Cameron Glen Drive, Honda CBR 1000.

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