The following items came from recent police updates through August 22 from the West Springfield, Franconia and Mason District stations of the Fairfax County Police Department.
Assault, 3300 block of Woodburn Village Drive, 8/20/12, 1:30 a.m. The victim was reported driving slowly through the parking lot when another vehicle approached from behind. The drivers began arguing which ended in a fight. Guillermo Segovia, 30, of Annandale, was charged with assault. The 45-year-old victim received minor injuries.
Burglary, 7700 block of Suraci Court, 8/18/12, 2:20 a.m. The residents reported someone entered their home and stole cash and jewelry. Forced entry was made through a rear window.
Vehicle Pursuit, 8/19/12, 3:10 a.m. An officer initiated a traffic stop in the area of Arlington Boulevard and Annandale Road. The vehicle did not stop and continued onto I495 and into Maryland over the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. The pursuit ended at the bridge and resumed when the vehicle re-entered Virginia. Upon returning to Virginian, the vehicle and was stopped by officers in the 6700 block of Bostwick Drive. Romer Ortuno-Rioja, 27, of Springfield, was charged with reckless driving, speed to elude, and driving on a suspended license. Natalia Teran Zambrana, 19, of Annandale and Dinora Rodriguez, 19, of Springfield were each charged with illegal possession of alcohol.
Larceny, 4500 block of Backlick Rd, 8/13/12. A vehicle window was broken; cash was stolen from a purse in plain view.
Drugs, 6900 block of Braddock Rd, 8/15/12. Following a traffic stop, an individual was found to be in possession of drugs.
Larceny, 7000 block of Little River Tpke, 8/16/12. Shoplifting.
For additional incidents from the county, see the latest Fairfax County Police Department incident report here.
7100 block of Columbia Pike—purse from business
7000 block of Little River Turnpike—cash from vehicle
4700 block of Medford Drive—cell phone from school
5100 block of Red Fox Drive—cash from vehicle
7400 block of Ridge Road—2009 Ford Edge
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