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Crime Report

The following incidents were reported to the Reston District of the Fairfax County Police Department:

INDECENT EXPOSURE

Poplar Grove Drive/Autumn Ridge Circle. Three children, two aged nine and one aged eleven, were walking on a path in a wooded area when they encountered a man exposing himself. The children left the area.

LARCENY

1800 block of Cameron Glen Drive. Jewelry taken from nursing home.

2700 block of Cody Road. Purse reported stolen.

2200 block of Emerald Heights Court. Tire taken from parked vehicle.

1800 block of Fountain Drive. Cellular phone reported stolen.

11300 block of Geddys Court. Bicycle reported stolen.

1700 block of Landon Hill Road. Purse reported stolen.

12200 block of Leesburg Pike. Gasoline taken from service station without payment being made.

12900 block of Oak Lawn Place. Purse reported stolen.

2900 block of Oakborough Square. License plates taken from parked vehicle.

11600 block of Plaza America Drive. Moped reported stolen.

1400 block of Reston Parkway. Gasoline taken from service station without payment being made.

1800 block of Satinwood Court. Purse reported stolen.

12500 block of Sunrise Valley Drive. Computer taken from office.

VANDALISM

2500 block of Chain Bridge Road. Two reports

2400 block of Colts Neck Road.

11600 block of Deerfield Drive.

11200 block of Fairway Drive.

2400 block of Flint Hill Road.

1500 block of Powells Tavern Place.

11400 block of South Lakes Drive.

9600 block of Whitecedar Court. Three reports.

VEHICLE TAMPERING

11900 block of Barrel Cooper Court.

1600 block of Brittenford Court.

12000 block of Greywing Square. Three reports.

2500 block of James Madison Drive.

13300 block of Jefferson Commons Court.

10200 block of Tamarack Drive.

2100 block of Westglade Court.

ANIMAL CONTROL

On Friday, Aug. 9 at 3 p.m., animal control officers responded to the report of an injured raccoon. A 49-year-old Herndon area man was concerned that the raccoon had come in contact with his dog. The raccoon was located, euthanized and taken to the Fairfax County Health Department where it tested positive for the rabies virus. The dog, not injured, will be receiving a rabies booster from its veterinarian.