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Arlington Police Beat, 4/15/21 edition

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News of crime and punishment across Arlington this week6.

MALICIOUS WOUNDING:

  • On April 5 at 12:01 a.m., police were dispatched to Virginia Hospital Center for a report of a victim of a stabbing arriving at the hospital.

During the investigation, police determined that, during a verbal dispute, one combatant produced a knife. The victim put his hands up to protect himself, during which time he suffered a minor laceration.

The suspect is described as a white male, in his early 50s, 6 feet tall, 250 to 300 pounds.

INDECENT EXPOSURE:

  • On April 3 at 12:12 a.m., police were dispatched to a report of a fare dispute between a taxi driver and customer in the 300 block of Army Navy Drive.

According to police, the customer – 56-year-old Theowdros Tadesse of no fixed address – was issued a summons for failure to pay a taxi fare, but was later observed by police urinating in public, and was issued another summons for that offense.

  • On April 6 at 11:22 p.m., individuals were on the balconies of their residences when they observed a woman dancing on the hood of a vehicle in the 300 block of 23rd Street South.

According to police, the woman lifted her sports bra and exposed her breasts during the performance.

The suspect is described as a black female, 5’6”, with an athletic build, wearing a blue/green wig, lime-green sports bra, teal tanktop and blue jeans.

WEAPONS VIOLATION:

  • On April 8 at 2:32 p.m., police were dispatched to the 600 block of North Vermont Street for a report of an individual displaying a holstered handgun while walking on a property containing an occupied child-care facility.

According to police, the individual left before their arrive, and could not be located. He is described as a white male, in his 50s, 5’8”, with a medium build and white hair.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY:

  • On April 6 at 9:45 a.m., police received a report of a trespassing incident in the 1100 block of South Highland Street.

Officers were advised that an individual had been located inside a property that was under construction, but as they attempted to make contact with him, he fled the scene on foot before being apprehended.

Police said investigation revealed that the individual also was believed responsible for an incident at the same location, in which the side mirrors of two vehicles were damaged.

The suspect – 29-year-old Jason Cornejo of Annandale – was arrested and charged with destruction of property and trespassing.

BURGLARY/LARCENY/UNLAWFUL ENTRY:

  • On April 1 between 5:30 and 7:34 p.m., someone attempted to force entry to an office space in the 1400 block of Crystal Drive.

No entry was made, but a door sustained damage.

  • On April 3 at 2:22 a.m., police were dispatched to the 1100 block of North Hudson Street for a report of a man sitting at a table inside a closed restaurant.

Police ordered the man to exit, which he did.

The investigation revealed that the suspect forced entry to the eatery by breaking two glass doors, police said.

The suspect – 21-year-old Devin Surrett-Fahey of Milton, Mass. – was arrested and charged with felony destruction of property as well as unlawful entry.

  • On April 5 at 10 a.m., security personnel were conducting a check of a vacant property in the 1400 block of Richmond Highway when they located a broken window and an unsecured door, police said.

During investigation, officers located personal property containing information related to the suspect, and at 3:15 p.m., the suspect was located in the area and taken into custody.

The suspect – 62-year-old Earl Warner of no fixed address – was arrested and charged with unlawful entry and public intoxication.

  • On April 7, police responded to multiple reports of larcenies from autos that occurred the evening of April 6-7 in the 1800 block of Columbia Pike, 1900 block of Columbia Pike, 800 block of South Scott Street and 1200 block of South Courthouse Road.

According to police, the suspect or suspects removed all four tires and rims from four vehicles.

  • On April 8 at 2:42 a.m., two suspects forced entry into a business in the 6000 block of Wilson Boulevard and stole merchandise before fleeing the scene in a black SUV.
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