In addition to the , the has started issuing more detailed blotters that feature some crimes that aren't included in the other weekly incident summary. We'll run the crimes from the greater Rose Hill area and highlight the most notable ones at the top.
information was a bit dated because of the report's delayed release. This week's report covers April 3 to April 9. The next report, which we are hoping to have out this week, will get us back up to date. Read on for notable incidents:
Robbery: On April 8, a person carrying a bag of checks and money at Springfield Plaza was approached by a suspect carrying what seemed to be a semiautomatic pistol. The person carrying the gun stole the bag of checks and money and fled the scene.
Stolen Koi Fish: On April 4, 26 koi fish were stolen from a home in Kingstowne at a home in the 6700 block of Morning Ride Circle.
Bomb Threat: On April 6, a bomb threat was made over a walkie-talkie at a business in the 5800 block of Kingstowne Boulevard.
Rose Hill and Franconia
Larceny: On April 3, an individual returned to her vehicle on the 5700 block of Heritage Hill Court to find that it had been ransacked and a GPS device had been stolen from the center console.
Drugs: On April 4, following a traffic stop at Javins Drive and Ridge View Drive, an individual was found to be in possession of marijuana.
Destruction of Private Property: On April 5, an individual reported that the door of a foreclosed house on the 6500 block of Summerton Way was unsecure, dogs were living in the house and a note was left on the kitchen counter.
Larceny: An individual reported that his gym bag was stolen from his vehicle on the 6000 block of Chicory Place. The individual was unsure as to whether he had locked his vehicle.