Date Covered: 5/27-6/2/2022
Total Calls for Service: 8,805
Total Domestic Related Calls for Service: 221
Total Persons Experiencing Mental Health Crisis Calls for Service: 196
Total Crash Calls for Service: 623
McLean District Station
MALICIOUS WOUNDING: 7200 block of Arlington Boulevard, 5/29/22, 6:14 p.m. A 26-year-old man and the victim got into an argument. The man assaulted the victim and left the area. The victim was treated for injuries that were not considered life threatening. Through the officer’s investigation, they identified the suspect and obtained a warrant for malicious wounding. The man was arrested two days later.
CARJACKING: 1900 block of Chain Bridge Road, 6/1/22, 5:01 p.m. The victim was sitting in his BMW M4 when two men approached. One man displayed a firearm, demanded his keys and took the BMW. No Injuries were reported.
COMMERCIAL ROBBERY: 2050 International Drive (Saks Fifth Avenue), 6/2/22, 2:50 p.m. A 27-year-old Alexandria man took merchandise without paying. When confronted by a store employee, the man assaulted the victim and ran from the area. Officers found the man nearby and arrested him for grand larceny, assault and battery and trespassing. No injuries were reported.
ASSAULT BY MOB: 6000 block of Leesburg Pike, 5/27/22, 8:50 p.m. Seven men assaulted the victim and left the area. The victim was treated for injuries that were not considered life threatening. Preliminary, this does not appear to be a random act.
ASSAULT BY MOB: Parcher Avenue and Frear Place, 5/29/22, 11:53 p.m. Three men assaulted the victim and left the area. Preliminary, this does not appear to be a random act. No injuries were reported.
WEAPON BRANDISHING: 11900 block of Market Street, 5/31/22, 1:29 p.m. Ten juveniles were advised by security that smoking was not allowed in front of the business. The group surrounded the security guard, and one juvenile displayed a handgun. The group ran from the area and officers located the juvenile nearby with a replica style Glock BB gun. Petitions will be sought. No injuries were reported.