Police blotter

THIERRY ST 7/11 Kings Forest. The victim heard a loud bang at the front of the house during the overnight hours and, upon investigating, discovered several “Molotov Cocktails” in the front of the house, yard and driveway.

FALLING CREEK CR 7/11 Amphill Heights. The rear door of a vacant residence was forced open.

SOUTH ST 7/10 The residence was entered through a rear window that was left unlocked. Suspect/s initially attempted to enter through a rear door. Property was stolen.

ASHTON WOODS DR 7/09 Ashton Woods North. The victim’s residence was entered and property was stolen. No signs of forced entry were found.

TINSTREE DR 7/11 Tinsberry Trace. Suspect/s forced entry to the residence through the front door. Miscellaneous property was stolen.

HAGOOD ST 6/29 Village of Matoaca. Unknown suspect/s entered the victim’s workshop and stole a large number of tools. It was unknown how entry was gained, but the front door was found unlocked. Also, suspect/s stole three vehicles – a black 1982 Toyota pickup, a black 1985 Toyota pickup and a green 1995 Toyota SUV – from the property.

REEDY BRANCH RD 7/10 The suspect/s attempted to enter the shed through the window, the doorknob and through the side paneling, but was unsuccessful at all three locations.

DORIUS DR 7/08 Kings Forest. The victim reported miscellaneous property stolen from her unlocked PT Cruiser.

DORIUS DR 7/08 Kings Forest. An unlocked, green 1998 Honda Accord was entered and miscellaneous property was reported stolen.

IRON BRIDGE PZ 7/09 Iron Bridge Plaza. Property was reported stolen from the victim’s unlocked vehicle.

LOYAL AVE 7/08 Laurel Branch Farms. A locked, silver 1997 Honda Accord was entered and miscellaneous property was reported stolen.

ROWANTY CR 7/09 Rowanty Court Apartments. A locked, silver Chrysler PT Cruiser was entered and miscellaneous property was reported stolen.

TIMSBERRY CR 7/11 Broadwater Townhouses. A GPS was reported stolen from the victim’s unlocked vehicle.

WINTERLEAF CT 7/09 Orchard Hill. The rear license plate was reported stolen from the victim’s 2008 Chrysler 300.

STRATHMORE RD 7/04 Faith Memorial Baptist Church. The license plates were reported stolen from a 1997 Ford van.

JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY 7/10 C&J Auto Sales. Miscellaneous property was reported stolen from a locked, green 2001 Acura Integra.

FALLING CREEK AVE 7/11 The victim was walking along a wooded path when he was approached by an unknown suspect. The suspect displayed a weapon and told the victim to “give it up.” The victim immediately fled the area on foot, at which time the suspect shot at the victim. The victim was not injured.

WILLIS RD 7/10 RoxCs. The victim parked his vehicle outside of the club and went inside, leaving two friends in the vehicle. A few minutes later, the two friends came in the club and informed the victim that an unknown suspect had entered his vehicle. The victim went outside and confronted the suspect, who then punched the victim and attempted to start the vehicle. A fight ensued and police were called to the scene.

KEVKEN RD 7/10 The victim said the suspect took the vehicle keys from her and pushed her away. The suspects then got into the van and drove away.

TRUTH DR 7/11 River Road Estates. A known suspect fired a gun into the air while standing on the doorstep of the residence.

ROWANTY CR 7/11 Rowanty Court Apartments. Witnesses heard multiple shots fired in the area. One of the shots struck an occupied building. No one was injured.

DERMOTTE LN 7/12 Kendale Acres. A known suspect entered the victim’s house by unknown means and stole property from inside.

JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY 7/11 Unknown suspect/s pried open the rear door to gain access to the business. Miscellaneous property was stolen.

COXENDALE RD 7/12 The witness saw an unknown suspect taking items from the yard of the property, which is currently under renovation. Further investigation led to the identification of the suspect.

TRAILTOP TR 7/12 Riggers Station. Suspect/s entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and removed change from inside.

JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY 7/12 Snow White Motel. The victim was partying at the location with subjects he had just met. He exited the room and sat in a vehicle with two other individuals from the party. At that time, the described suspect, armed with a revolver, approached the vehicle and demanded the victim’s property. Upon receiving miscellaneous items, the suspect left.

LAUREL RD 7/11 The victim told the complainant, while playing basketball at Ettrick Park, he became involved in an altercation with several subjects. One of the subjects pulled out a gun and began firing. As the victim ran off, he was grazed by one of the bullets.

KOUFAX DR 7/13 Stonebridge. Unknown suspect/s broke the glass out of the residential back dood, reached in, unlocked the door and gained entry. The interior was ransacked and items were stolen.

CANUTE DR 7/05 Kings Forest. Unknown suspect/s entered the vacant residence through an unlocked rear door and vandalized the interior.

TINSBERRY DR 7/12 Tinsberry Trace. The rear door of the residence was kicked open and property was stolen from inside.

JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY 7/13 Garland’s Auto Repair. Entry to the business was forced through a rear door, where damage was found. The interior was rummaged through and miscellaneous property was stolen.

CHESTERFIELD AVE 7/12 Ettrick. A locked, 1997 Lexus SC400 was entered and miscellaneous property was reported stolen.

TINS LN 7/12 Tinsberry Trace. Two unlocked vehicles were entered and property was reported stolen.

MEADOWDALE BL 7/13 Regency Lake Apartments. A black 2000 Mercury Sable was stolen.

MEADOWDALE BL 7/08 Meadowdale Townhouses. An unlocked, blue 1984 Infiniti Q45 was reported stolen.

JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY 7/13 Henderson Texaco. The glass in a bay door was broken out in order to enter the business. Property was stolen from inside.

OLD LN 7/08 Child’s Play Day Care. The complainant reported license plates stolen from a white 2005 GMC Savanna van.

MARINA DR 7/14 Falling Creek Apartments. Multiple suspects approached the vehicle that the victim and complainant were sitting in and started talking to them. Shortly thereafter, the suspects began assaulting the victim and demanding he empty his pockets. After taking the victim’s valuables, the suspects left the area

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