Franconia Regional Crime Report
Period ending May 05, 2004

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

Main Desk:

703.922.0889

Office:

703.922-8263

FAX:

703.719.6436

http://www.co.fairfax.va.us/ps/police   ~ Fairfax County Police Department
http://www.vcpa.org  ~ Virginia Crime Prevention Association

Officer
Edwards e-Mail: philip.edwards@fairfaxcounty.gov

The following information is authorized for release by the Fairfax County Police Department - Public Information Office (PIO). For questions concerning any portion of this report, please contact PIO at 703-246-2253.

NEXT WEEK IS POLICE WEEK:

In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation, designating May 15th as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as "Police Week." Every year since, tens of thousands of law enforcement officers from around the world come to Washington, DC to participate in a number of planned events which honor those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice. The first official memorial service took place on May 15, 1982. On that date, approximately 125 people gathered in Senate Park to honor 91 law enforcement officers. Over the past 22 years we have honored over 3,000 law enforcement officers from around our nation. Today, the National Peace Officers' Memorial Service has become one in a series of events which includes the Candlelight Vigil, which will be held at the National Law Enforcement Officers' Memorial in Washington DC (METRO Red Line to Judiciary Square station--parking is almost non-existent in the area). The Police Unity Tour, to which many of you have already contributed support, is scheduled to arrive from Richmond at 2pm on May 12. For further information about ALL the events taking place during Police Week, visit their website: www.policeweek.org Thanks

OPERATOR’S DRIVER IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (MODIP)

The Fairfax County Police Department offers residents 55 years of age and older enrollment in the Mature Operator’s Driver Improvement Program (MODIP). This eight-hour course, which provides safe driving information, is sanctioned by the American Automobile Association (AAA) and is presented by certified Fairfax County Auxiliary Police Officers. Upon completion of this course, drivers are eligible for the Virginia State mandated insurance premium reduction (check with individual insurance carriers for the amount). The classes are held the second Saturday of each month at the Franconia District Station. The next course is scheduled for May 8th. Registration is required and can be done by contacting the MODIP reservations line at (703) 924-6588. The fee for this course is $10.00 per person for books and materials.

CAC:

Mark your calendars! The next CAC meeting will be held next Wednesday evening, May 19, 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.

Weekly Incident Summary Report
April 29-May 05, 2004

MAJOR INCIDENTS

No major incidents reported

LARCENIES

Backlick Road, 8200 Block Ad banner taken from business.
Cinder Bed Road,8000 Block Welder taken from construction site.
Floyd Avenue, 7300 Block Cash taken from residence.
Franconia Road, 5500 Block Gasoline taken from service station without payment.
Franconia Road, 5500 Block T-top roof taken from parked vehicle.
Franconia Road, 6100 Block Beer taken from business.
Frontier Drive, 6700 Block Bicycle taken from business.
Kingstowne Boulevard, 5700 Block Shirts taken from business.
Larne Lane, 7400 Block Ignition taken from parked vehicle.
Lockport Place, 7300 Block Tools taken from parked vehicle.
Loisdale Road, 6600 Block Wallet taken from business.
Mims Street, 8000 Block Tools taken from construction site.
Newington Road, 8100 Block Trailer taken from business.
Phyllis Lane, 6300 Block Lawn mower reported stolen.
Rhoden Court, 7000 Block Money orders taken from residence.
Springfield Boulevard, 6800 Block Camera taken from business.
Springfield Mall, 6500 Block Purse reported stolen.
Woodside Lane, 7500 Block Bicycle reported stolen.

VEHICLE THEFTS

Little River Turnpike, 7200 Block 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass reported stolen.
Pohick Road, 7400 Block 1998 Ford van reported stolen.

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