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Daily Crime Bulletin

Post Date:08/09/2017 12:08 PM

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Embezzlement Arrest

3910 University Drive / 7-Eleven – On August 7 at 4:48 PM the manager reported that she had determined that an employee who had purchased several items for herself while on duty had also taken several items without paying. Following investigation by the Field Operations Division, Amanda Lee Alley, 32, of 11112 Del Rio Drive, Fairfax, was charged with misdemeanor embezzlement and released on a summons.

False Pretenses

4100 Block of Ramona Drive – On August 7 at 6:11 PM the victim reported that she had responded to an online ad to rent a room in the City and had followed instructions to send money for initial rent and a security deposit to an address in Ohio. The keys which were supposed to have been sent to an address in Fairfax never arrived. Investigation by the Field Operations Division revealed that an identical fraud had been committed in California in April by a person using the same name as provided the victim in this case.

Embezzlement Arrest

3910 University Drive / 7-Eleven – On August 8 at 3:41 PM the manager and a loss prevention investigator reported that investigation revealed an employee had been taking cash from the register as well as food from the business for which he did not pay. The employee was taken into custody at the business and transported to the Adult Detention Center. Milford Moore, Jr., 60, of 2802 Dwight Avenue, Colonial Beach, Virginia, was charged with felony embezzlement and his bond was set at $1500.

Shoplifting Arrest

3201 Old Lee Highway / Home Depot – On August 8 at 4:34 PM a security officer reported that a male subject had been observed concealing items of merchandise under his coat and that the subject had used pliers to open a sealed container. The suspect was taken into custody at the scene. Glen Carl Allen, 54, of 9455 Fairfax Boulevard, Fairfax, was transported to the Adult Detention Center where he was charged with petit larceny—third or subsequent offense (felony) and possession of burglarious tools. His bond was set at $3000.

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