The following incidents were reported to the Reston District of Fairfax County.
<lst>W&OD Trail/Hunter Mill Road. A woman jogging on the Washington and Old Dominion Trail was grabbed from behind on Friday, Aug. 22. About 7:30 p.m., a man rode past the 20-year-old Vienna area woman on a bicycle near Hunter Mill Road. A few minutes later, the man grabbed the girl from behind around the neck. She started screaming and eventually broke free and ran to a nearby home.
Officers arrived and checked the area, but could not locate him. The suspect was described as Hispanic, five feet ten inches tall, weighing about 150 pounds, with short black hair. He had a mustache and was wearing a white t-shirt and tan shorts.
<lst>2100 block of Astoria Circle. Bumper taken from a parked vehicle
1600 block of Becontree Lane. Bicycle taken from location
700 block of Bennett Street. Bicycle taken from a school
13400 block of Burrough Farm Drive. Computer equipment taken from a residence
2100 block of Centreville Road. Money taken from a residence
10800 block of Cross School Road. Passport and social security card taken from location
11700 block of Dry River Court. License plate taken from a parked vehicle
11900 block of Freedom Drive. Cigarettes and cash taken from a restaurant
1700 block of Fountain Drive. Cash taken from location
13300 block of Glen Echo Circle. Clothes taken from a residence
11100 block of South Lakes Drive. Gasoline taken from gas station
11800 block of Sunrise Valley Drive. Computer taken from a hotel
2500 block of Tallyrand Court. License plate taken from vehicle
1200 block of Vintage Place. Earrings taken from a residence
<lst>11500 block of North Shore Drive. 1996 Chevrolet Van
11500 block of Olde Tiverton Circle. 1997 Honda Accord
2200 block of Stone Wheel Drive. 1997 Honda Accord
2200 block of Stone Wheel Drive. 1994 Honda
2200 block of Winterthur Court. 1996 Honda Accord
<lst>1400 block of Greenmont St. A sick red fox, located in a creek in the Reston area on Sunday, Aug. 24, was found to be rabid. A concerned person saw the fox near the 1400 block of Greenmont St. around noon. A Fairfax County Police Animal Control Officer euthanized the fox and transported it to the Fairfax County Health Department, where it tested positive for the rabies virus.