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Police: Burglary and Unlawful Entry in Reston District

by Karen Goff — September 25, 2015 at 9:30 am 13 Comments

Fairfax County Police Fairfax County Police report two break-ins in the Reston District in the last week.

The first, being classified as an unlawful entry, was in the 13100 block of Park Crescent Circle, on Saturday. A resident reported an unknown person entered the residence through an unsecured door.

The second was a burglary in the 11500 block of Southington Lane in unincorporated Herndon on Wednesday. A resident told police an unknown person entered the residence about 2 p.m. and took property.

In other crime news:

STOLEN VEHICLES

10500 block of Leesburg Pike, 2005 Nissan Altima.

11900 block of Freedom Drive, 2012 BMW 528i.

LARCENIES

12900 block of Centre Park Circle, property from residence

11600 block of Stoneview Square, phone from business.

  • 1800 block of Stratford, wallet from vehicle.
  • 11800 block of Sunrise Valley Drive, property from vehicle.
  • 2100 block of Colts Neck Court, property from residence
  • 11400 block of Fairway Drive, property from vehicle
  • 2400 block of Centreville Road, purse from vehicle
  • 11900 block of Escalante Court, property from vehicle
  • 2300 block of Woodland Crossing Drive, property from residence
  • 2400 block of Centreville Road, property from business

  • Henry Rearden

    Were there descriptions of these “unknown” people? I’d like to be on the lookout and be prepared

    • meh

      the suspects are most likely drug addicts hooked on heroin. They grab a few items to pawn or sell on craigslist. You don’t see any anit-drugs commercials on tv anymore like they did in the 80s and 90s. I guess the current administration thinks drugs are cool, barry did brag about smoking up in high school.

      • susie

        We really need zero tolerance law for drug dealers. Over a certain amount, life without parole. Over previous certain amount – death.

        • Mike M

          Your President and the Democratic Party are looking at undoing what strictness we have in that regard.

          • susie

            My president? Oh no – never voted for that traitor.

          • Mike M

            Neither did I, but he is ours nonetheless.

        • Chuck Morningwood

          And our current strict policies have curbed the drug epidemic? Seems more like all it has done is fill our jails and churn out a whole lot of hardcore criminals.

          Drug abuse is a disease that requires treatment. Locking a person in a 6 X 8 is not treatment.

          • susie

            Drug DEALERS.

          • Chuck Morningwood

            Drug DEALERS don’t exist without Drug USERS, Susie. Besides, a good many Drug DEALERS, I would bet, are also Drug ADDICTS also.

          • susie

            That’s interesting logic there Chuck. A lot of drug addicts have underlying mental diseases. If these drug dealers didn’t prey on their weaknesses, they would’t have access to drugs. If addicts become dealers, then they have crossed the line and deserve full punishment.

          • fatwolf

            Well said Chuck.

    • Harvest

      Don’t worry about the unknown. Just keep your door locked and you will reduce opportunity crime by 50%. As far as the heroine epidemic, the nation building of Afghanistan has its ramifications. Perhaps another blockbuster year for poppy harvest?

    • Baron von PloppenHausen

      Get yourself a crossbow (because Guns are bad mmKay), and when said unknown people break in to your house. Put a crossbow bolt through their eye socket….

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