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Most recent daily crime report from LCSO

Discussion in 'Broadlands Neighborhood Watch' started by msflynn, Sep 14, 2010.

  1. msflynn

    msflynn New Member

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    Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office Daily Crime Report

    Crime reports are posted each regular business day, Monday through Friday, except holidays. These reports are not all-inclusive for cases reported, but only those noted for media interest.

    Date: September 14, 2010

    Eastern Loudoun Station
    (Sectors 210, 220, 230, 240, 250, 260, 270, 280, 290)

    09/12/10
    09/13/10
    1900 hrs.
    1040 hrs.
    Woodson Dr./Shallow Rock Sq.
    Sterling
    Auto Theft: Unknown subject(s) removed a 2004 Honda Accord that was parked in the area of the listed location.
    C2010-014637

    09/13/10
    1530 hrs.
    46600 block
    Broadmore Dr.
    Sterling
    Suspicious Event: An 8-year-old reported she was walking in the area with a group of children in an after school program when an unknown male in a blue vehicle reportedly asked her if she wanted a ride. The child told the man no. There was a teacher who was in the front of the line of the group of children, but the incident was not reported at that time. The child later reported the incident to her family when she returned home. The subject was described as a White male, approximately 40-years-old, with black/gray hair and hazel eyes.
    C2010-014664


    University Station
    (Sectors 310, 320, 330, 340, 350, 360, 370, 900)

    09/09/10
    09/10/10
    1700 hrs.
    1000 hrs.
    20200 block
    Nightwatch St.
    Ashburn
    Larceny from vehicle: Unknown subject(s) entered a vehicle and removed a garage door opener. The vehicle was left unsecured in an open garage.
    C2010-014631

    09/12/10
    09/13/10
    19200 block
    Mill Site Pl.
    Lansdowne
    Vehicle Tampering: Unknown subject(s) entered a vehicle and removed a cell phone accessory.
    C2010-014633

    09/12/10
    09/13/10
    1700 hrs.
    1000 hrs.
    22500 block
    Armstrong Ter.
    Ashburn
    Burglary/Destruction of Property: Unknown subject(s) damaged the lock to a garage door to enter the garage. A vehicle parked inside was entered.
    C2010-014635

    09/11/10
    09/12/10
    1740 hrs.
    0000 hrs.
    20700 block
    Laplume Pl.
    Ashburn
    Burglary: A resident reported that unknown subject(s) entered their home and removed money from a wallet. The incident was reported on September 13th.
    C2010-014655

    09/10/10
    09/11/10
    1800 hrs.
    0730 hrs.
    44000 block
    Lords Valley Ter.
    Ashburn
    Larceny: Unknown subject(s) entered an unlocked vehicle and removed an electric shaver.
    C2010-014656

    09/13/10
    0000 hrs.
    42800 block
    Spring Morning Ct.
    Ashburn
    Vehicle Trespassing: Unknown subject(s) rummaged through the interior of a vehicle. Nothing was reported missing. The vehicle was left unsecured.
    C2010-14660

    09/13/10
    0000 hrs.
    0715 hrs.
    42800 block
    Spring Morning Ct.
    Ashburn
    Vehicle Trespassing: Unknown subject(s) rummaged through the interior of a vehicle. Nothing was reported missing. The vehicle was left unsecured.
    C2010-14661

    09/04/10
    09/12/10
    1330 hrs.
    1300 hrs.
    20000 block
    Boxwood Pl.
    Ashburn
    Larceny from Vehicle: Unknown subject(s) removed a tailgate extender from a vehicle.
    C2010-014663

    09/13/10
    2149 hrs.
    Gloucester Parkway/ Runnymeade Terrace
    Ashburn Strong Arm Robbery: Shortly before 10 p.m. 42-year-old Ashburn woman was jogging in the area when she was assaulted and her cell phone was taken. The suspect grabbed the victim from behind and threw her to the ground and demanded her cell phone. No weapon was displayed and the victim did not require medical attention. The suspect is described as a Hispanic male, 5’8” tall, with curly hair and has a heavy build. He was wearing dark clothing and fled the area on foot in an unknown direction. An aerial and ground search was conducted in the area but no suspect was located.
    C2010-014669


    Dulles South Station
    (Sectors 410, 420, 430, 440, 450, 460, 470, 800)

    09/11/10
    09/13/10
    1700 hrs.
    0930 hrs.
    Millstream Dr./Village Center Plaza
    Aldie
    Larceny: Unknown subject(s) removed a 2004 New Holland skid loader from a construction site.
    C2010-014638

    Western Loudoun Station
    (Sectors 510, 520, 530, 540, 550, 700)

    No Significant Incidents to Report.

    Staci
     
  2. christinaandrob

    christinaandrob New Member

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    really?! a shaver?!

    09/10/10
    09/11/10
    1800 hrs.
    0730 hrs.
    44000 block
    Lords Valley Ter.
    Ashburn
    Larceny: Unknown subject(s) entered an unlocked vehicle and removed an electric shaver.
    C2010-014656
     
  3. Kaosdad

    Kaosdad Will work for Rum

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    That's not a crime - he just took another distracted driver off the road!!! :happygrin:
     
  4. Villager

    Villager Ashburn Village Resident

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    Lock your freakin' cars, people!

    Even if you think there's nothing anyone would want to steal out of your car, if your garage door opener is in there they can use it to get into your house where I'm sure you have some cool stuff.
     
  5. redon1

    redon1 aka Aphioni

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    I think we could be developing a rep as a town full of "marks" that leave valuables available for the taking. Bikes and scooters laying about, unlocked cars, open garages...[ I am not surprised there are so many crimes of opportunity around here! :(

    QUOTE=Villager;142244]Lock your freakin' cars, people!

    Even if you think there's nothing anyone would want to steal out of your car, if your garage door opener is in there they can use it to get into your house where I'm sure you have some cool stuff.[/QUOTE]
     
  6. Capricorn1964

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    WOW! Maybe I better keep mine in the house from this point on!!! Man...those teens maybe are in dire need of a shaver...Dads, remember your male teens on their birthdays!!! *snickers*

     
  7. Capricorn1964

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    I recall ten years ago while living in Vermont that people LAUGHED at me for locking up my car in a small town...They made fun of me for being a "city" kid back then...Hell, people in VT rarely locked their homes for real UNTIL some kids from New Hampshire shattered the serenity by murdering some college professor who happened to be home at the time. After that, people started locking up.
     

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