Herndon Crime Reports

Herndon Crime Reports

Detectives obtained video of the vehicle they believed to be involved in the series of tire and rim thefts that have occurred since February. The vehicle was seen on April 3 in the 12800 block of Shadow Oak Lane in Fairfax around the time of the theft that occurred in that location. The vehicle appears to be a silver 2011 to 2015 Ford Explorer SUV.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Solvers by phone at 1-866-411-TIPS/8477, e-mail at www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES/274637 or call Fairfax County Police at 703-691-2131.


Sexual Assault - May 2, 400-blk Herndon Parkway. The victim reported that she was sexually assaulted by a person known to her. The case is under investigation.

Robbery - Commercial, May 4, 1100-blk Crestview Drive. Three suspects entered a business, displayed a handgun and knife, and demanded money. The victim was not injured. Cash and property valued at less than $100 was taken. The case is under investigation.

Burglary - May 6, 100-blk Elden Street. A business was entered overnight while it was unoccupied, by unknown suspects. Property and cash amounting to $3,700

Burglary - May 6, 800-blk Elden Street. A residence was entered during the day while it was unoccupied, through an unlocked front door, by unknown suspects. Property and cash amounting to $3,500 was taken. The case is under investigation.


May 2, Assault, 46 F

May 3, Driving Under the Influence, 27 M

May 3, Protective Order, 49 M

May 4, Drunkenness, 63 M

May 4, Trespassing, M Escobar, 51 F

May 6, Assault, 56 M

May 6, Drug/Narcotic Violation, 37 M

May 6, Drunkenness, M Lopez Ayala, Juan Carlos 31 M

May 7, Drunkenness, M Rivera Abrego, Jose Osman 27 M

May 7, Drug/Narcotic Violation, 27 M

May 8, Fail to Appear, 26 M

May 8, Fail to Appear, 28 M

May 8, Driving Under the Influence, 20 M


All Other Traffic Summons, 53

There were 16 reported traffic accidents in town during the week.


Crime Prevention Awareness

Over the past few months the Town has experienced an increase in Larceny from Motor Vehicle, and Vehicle Tampering cases. In these type of cases suspects are looking for vehicles which are left unlocked. Even when parking in your own driveway, you are reminded to always lock your vehicle, and remove high value items.

Contact Crime Prevention Officer Denise Randles for more information.

703-435-6800 ext. 2343 or Denise.Randles@herndon-va.gov