Franconia Regional Crime Report
Period ending January 14, 2004

Police Officer Philip Edwards
Crime Prevention Unit
Fairfax County Police ~ Franconia Station
6121 Franconia Road
Alexandria, Virginia 22310-2508

Main Desk:





703.719.6436   ~ Fairfax County Police Department  ~ Virginia Crime Prevention Association

Edwards e-Mail:

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For Your Information:


Many, if not all of the recipients of this Report, receive the FCPD Franconia District Station's "EYE ON CRIME" monthly newsletter in the mail. These are times of budgetary crunches everywhere, and the FCPD is no exception. Therefore, if you would be willing to forego receiving the US Postal Service-delivered "EYE ON CRIME" newsletter, and instead, receive it online (as you do this report), please call the Crime Prevention Office at (703) 922-8263 or send an email to and tell them you're willing to get the newsletter online instead of in the mail. You will still continue to receive this report weekly by email. If only 500 people sign on (and the mailing list is much greater than that) the amount saved on postage alone will be almost $2000. And then, there are the paper and printing costs
Thanks in advance for your help.


Mark your calendars! The next CAC meeting will be next Wednesday evening, January 21, 2004 in the Community Meeting room at the Franconia Governmental Center. Social period begins at 7pm, meeting begins at 7:30 pm. We hope to see you there


The "Phish"-ers are looking for you! The term "phish" or "phishing" might be new to you. These refer! to scams on the internet, whereby identity thieves send bogus email messages, often marked "URGENT," to vast numbers of people, asking for your personal information (Social Security Number, Drivers' License Number, Credit Card Number, Bank and Account Number) so that they can "verify your billing information, update existing accounts, etc. If at any time you receive an email requesting this type of information, please be aware that it is likely to be a scam. Authentic billing notifications sent by any reputable service provider will always direct you to their secure site, where you can login with your userid and password to update your billing information. In addition, please forward any suspicious email your provider. For more information on how to protect yourself against identity theft, visit the US Federal Trade Commission's Identity Theft web site, at

Weekly Incident Summary Report
January 08-14, 2004


Ashland Woods Lane, 9200 Block Two bicycles reported stolen.
Ashley Place, 6100 Block Wheels taken from parked vehicle.
Braddock Road , 6900 Block Cigarettes taken from business.
Brandon Avenue, 6100 Block Patron failed to pay tab at restaurant.
Cabin John Road, 6800 Block Wheel taken from parked vehicle.
Cheyenne Drive, 6400 Block Stereo and compact discs taken from parked vehicle.
Cinder Bed Road, 7900 Block Computer taken from parked vehicle.
Commerce Street, 7200 Block Wallet reported stolen.
Deepford Street/Frontier Drive Stereo taken from parked vehicle.
Franconia Road, 5800 Block Purse reported stolen.
Franconia Road , 6100 Block Gasoline taken from service station without payment.
Highdale Circle, 5900 Block Radar detector taken from parked vehicle.
Larochelle Court, 5300 Block Stereo taken from parked vehicle.
Loisdale Court, 6500 Block Audio visual equipment taken from business.
Lorton Station Boulevard, 8900 Block Wood taken from construction site.
Old Keene Mill Road, 7000 Block Gasoline taken from service station without payment.
Southern Drive, 7700 Block Cable trailer taken from construction site.
Stationhouse Court, 8200 Block Stereo taken from parked vehicle.
Walkers Croft Way, 6200 Block Cash taken from parked vehicle.


Founders Hill Drive , 5900 Block 1994 Toyota Tercel reported stolen.

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