Friday, April 10, 2009

Police Notes April 3 to April 9

(Updated with hot links Wednesday April 15, 11a.m.) These notes are compiled from Arlington County Police Department crime reports. They cover the reports from the Buckingham, Arlington Forest and Ashton Heights neighborhoods. Normally the reports are pulled from (and linked to) the Arlington Police Deparment Web site, but that has only been partially updated. The rest of the reports are taken from the weekly police department email update, but those do not provide a link. If links become available, I will update. –ST

April 2: Burglary, 300 block of N. Garfield St. On April 2, between 11a.m. and 2:30p.m., a known subject entered a residence and stole one item of little value. The subject is known to the victim. (No link available.)

April 4: Malicious Wounding, Unit Block N. Glebe Road. At 2a.m., two men were approached by three unknown subjects. The suspects demanded money. When they did not receive it, one suspect cut a victim with a broken bottle. The suspects then fled. The suspects were white Hispanic males.

April 4: Malicious Wounding, 200 block of N. Glebe Road. Two groups of men had a verbal argument in a restaurant. When two of the men left the restaurant, two suspects approached them, and one cut the victim’s face with an unknown item. The suspects and the acquaintance of the victim fled. The suspects were both male. One suspect was wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt and green pants, and the second suspect was wearing a white shirt.

April 5: Malicious Wounding (Arrest), 4300 block of N. 4th St. At 1 a.m., three men in an apartment were involved in a fight. One subject cut another on the arm with a kitchen knife, wounding him severely. Rigoberto Morales, 47, of Arlington, was charged with two counts of Malicious Wounding. He was held without bond.

April 5: Stolen Auto, 4100 block of N. 9th St. License tag number: VA 64ARMY 2007 The truck is a 2007, green Toyota Highlander. (No link available.)

April 6: Stolen Auto, 3200 block of N 10th St. Untagged 2001 Mercedes CL500, silver (No link available.)

April 6: Stolen Auto, 3200 block of N 10th St. Untagged. The car is a 1995, green Mercedes S500. (No link available.)


Click the icons for more information. Red=Person-to-person crime; Yellow=person-to-structure/vehicle crime; Blue=stolen vehicle; Purple=vehicle-to-vehicle crime. A dot in the icon indicates more than one suspect or victim. Click here to view a larger map.

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