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☷ Purcellville Virginia - News Release Police Incidents Report 5 6 22

☷ Purcellville Virginia - News Release Police Incidents Report 5 6 22

Purcellville , state Virginia
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   NEWS RELEASE
                                                                  
   Contact:
     Lieutenant Scott Moskowitz
   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                           
   smoskowitz@purcellvilleva . gov
    , 540 - 338 - 7422
    
    
   POLICE INCIDENTS REPORT
    
    
   PURCELLVILLE , Va . April 29 , 2022
    
   04/29/22          1:35 a . m .         100 Block of N . Maple Ave .                Destruction of Property
                                                                           
   The manager of the McDonald’s restaurant advised that upon arrival to work the front window to the restaurant was found broken and two rocks were located inside .  McDonald’s video footage revealed that two individuals approached the restaurant on foot at approximately 1:35 a . m . and threw rocks , striking the front window .   The two suspects fled the area on foot , north on N . Maple Ave .  
    
   Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Officer Nelson Fernandez at 540 - 338 - 7422 x 2132
    
   04/29/22          1:28 a . m .         200 Block N . Maple Ave .                    Destruction of Property
    
   While conducting a canvass for the Destruction of Property at the McDonald’s , officers identified another case Destruction of Property while viewing nearby video surveillance footage .  It was determined that two individuals walked through the rear lot of building located in the 200 block of N . Maple Avenue at approximately 1:28 a . m .   One of the individuals knelt down beside a parked trailer for a moment , then stood and walk in the direction of the McDonald’s .  A short time later the two individuals were seen running away from the area of the McDonald’s and toward S . 16
   th
    Street .  Officers examined the trailer and identified that one of the tires had been cut and was flat .  It is believed that these are the same suspects that destroyed the window at McDonald’s .
    
   04/29/22          3:45 p . m .         Town of Purcellville                           Check on the Welfare
    
   A juvenile was reported walking in the area dragging a backpack which was tied around his leg .  The witness was concerned for his welfare and phoned police .  One of the officers recognized the description of the juvenile and responded to his residence .  The juvenile alleged to his parent that high school students assaulted him and tied the backpack to his leg .  Through eyewitness accounts , it was later determined that the juvenile was not assaulted , but tied the backpack around his own ankle and fabricated the assault story .   The juvenile has struggled with previous behavioral issues .  The officer worked with the parent on services available to the juvenile .
    
   04/29/22          Unknown         600 Block of E . Main Street                Destruction of Property
    
   While officers were investigating the Destruction of Property at the McDonald’s , they identified damage to the side of the building in the area of the 600 block of E . Main Street .  Unknown suspect ( s ) splattered the side of the building with blue paint and silly string .  A nearby witness advised that the damage was viewed on April 26 , so it is not believed to be related to the McDonald’s incident .  
    
    
   04/29/22          11:18 a . m .       100 Block of E . Main Street               Check on the Welfare
    
   The complainant was attempting to deliver a meal to a resident when there was no answer at the door , however the complainant believed to hear a faint cry for help .  Officers arrived and heard the same , but received no response after knocking .   They were able to obtain a key for the residence and found an elderly male lying on the floor .  The male was awake and breathing , but had difficulty communicating .  A second resident was located in a bedroom who was uninjured , but unable to care for herself .  Both residents were underdressed , wearing only shirts and no other clothing .  Officers found the residence in complete disarray , to include what was believed to be human waste on the floor .  Both residents were elderly and unable to care for themselves , or one another .  They were both in need of medical attention and were transported by EMS to the hospital .   Officers worked with Adult Protective Services to provide services to the couple .
    
   04/29/22          1:39 p . m .         125 Hirst Road ( Purcellville PD )        Narcotic Violation
    
   The parents of a juvenile located several vape pens and suspected marijuana in their daughter’s purse .  After confronting her with their findings , they drove her to the police station to discuss the matter with an officer .  The officer examined the items and identified several vape pens and e - cigarettes , as well as an altered phone charge cord , used to light the vape pods .  During an interview the juvenile admitted to purchasing vape pens and e - cigarettes at a Leesburg vape shop , as well as purchasing alcoholic beverages from a local convenience store .  The officer stressed gravity of the matter was discussed with the juvenile and her family .  The officer notified Leesburg PD and will further investigate the local business .   The matter will be discussed with Juvenile Intake .
    
   04/29/22          7:10 p . m .         600 Block of E . G Street                    Destruction of Property
    
   The complainant reported that her newly erected mailbox had been damaged .  An officer arrived to find portions of the mailbox lying in the driveway .  A canvass of the area did not turn up any leads .   However , the investigation revealed a piece of a vehicle headlight lens cover near the mailbox .  The lens cover had a part number which research showed belonged to a Mazda .  Later in the evening , officers located an unoccupied Mazda parked in the town parking lot , near Fireman’s Field .  The vehicle displayed front end damage to the headlight lens cover , consistent with the found piece .  Officers left a message with the owner .  This case is still under investigation .
      
   04/30/22          10:24 p . m .       700 Block of E . Main Street               Larceny
    
   The convenience store clerk reported that a male suspect , dressed in dark clothing , entered the store , obtained two cases of Twisted Tea Hard Iced Tea , and exited the store without paying for the items .  The store’s video recording system was check , but identification of the suspect was unable to be made .  
    
   04/30/22          8:18 p . m .         17000 Block of            Pickwick Drive                       Missing Person
    
   The complainant reported that his juvenile son had not returned home from school the prior day and wanted to report him as missing .  He advised officers that he had intermittent contact with his son through texting , but did not know his location .  The complainant’s doorbell camera revealed that the son was in the residence in the early morning hours of April 30 , but left a short time later .  Officers attempted to contact the son by phone , but received no response .  Later in the day , the complainant advised officers that he made contact with his son by phone , who advised of his located .   The complainant withdrew his wish to file a report .  The case was documented for informational purposes .
    
   05/02/22          1:16 p . m .          125 Hirst Road ( Purcellville PD )        Other Police Complaint
    
   The complainant responded to the Purcellville Police Station an advised she had a firearm that she wanted to turn over to the department for destruction .   The weapon was turned over to an officer who conducted a query to ensure the gun was not stolen .  The gun was packaged for future destruction .
    
   05/02/22          12:30 p . m .        W&OD Trail                                      Suspicious Event
    
   The complainant reported that on two separate occasions , she was walking along the W&OD Trail when she saw an adult male walking with two children .  Because of the man’s appearance and the children’s submissive behavior , she was alarmed and concerned .  Officers checked the area of the trail and the surrounding neighborhood , but did not find the individuals .  Officers will continue to keep a check on that area of the trail for suspicious behavior .
    
   05/02/22          12:40 p . m .        Town of Purcellville                           Mental Health Consumer
    
   The complainant contacted police to advise that he was having difficulty coping with several life issues .  Officers responded and talked with the complainant , who is a mental health consumer and is well known to officers .  The subject advised officers he was having difficulty dealing with some issues in his life .  The subject was not a threat to himself or others .  Officers spoke with the subject for some time and were able to assist him with coping with his issues .  The subject felt better prior to the officer’s departure .
    
   05/03/22          12:05 p . m .        400 Block of Dresden Court              Fraud
    
   The complainant reported she believed that her Walmart account had been hacked because of several fraudulent charges she received .   She advised received several subscription emails requesting her to verify her email address .  This prompted her to check her Walmart account where she found five orders which she had not placed .  She immediately cancelled the orders and changed the passwords to her accounts .  The investigation will continue .
    
   05/04/22          11:08 a . m .        Town of Purcellville                           Check on the Welfare
    
   The complainant received an alarming text from her friend inferring suicide .  The complainant immediately tried to contact her friend , but her calls were blocked , so she contacted police .  The complainant advised police of her friend’s address and officers responded .   There , they spoke with the subject’s father who advised she was recently treated for a mental health issue and a treatment plan was in place .  The officers advised him of the alarming text message , however he was unaware that it was sent .  He advised that his daughter was home and did not seem to be in distress .  He consented to officers checking on her wellbeing .   She advised officers that she was having suicidal thoughts , but was not intending to harm herself .  She voluntarily agreed to go with her father to the hospital to seek additional treatment .
    
   05/05/22          9:23 p . m .          300 Block of McDaniel Drive             Juvenile Complaint
    
   The complainant reported that she was at her residence and her juvenile son was refusing to exit her vehicle and was having a bit of a tantrum .  This was brought upon by the fact that his cellphone privileges were suspended for lying to his mother .  Additionally , the juvenile’s parents recently divorced , which is creating additional stress on the son .  The complainant allowed him to remain in the vehicle for a short time in an attempt to let him calm down .  When she returned to the vehicle , he continued to refuse to exit the car .  Officers attempted to gain a rapport with the boy and reason with him to exit the vehicle , but he became confrontational with them .  The boy’s father responded and the parent were eventually able to remove the boy from the vehicle .  Officers provided the parents with resources for assistance with the boy’s issues .
    
   Officers also responded to the following calls for service:
    
   911 HANG - UP
   2
   911 OPEN LINE
   1
   ALARM
   5
   ANIMAL COMPLAINT
   2
   ATTEMPT TO LOCATE
   1
   CHECK THE WELFARE
   8
   COMMUNITY POLICING
   4
   CRASH PROPERTY DAMAGE
   2
   DISABLED VEHICLE
   2
   DRIVING UNDER INFLUENCE *LOOKOUT*
   1
   EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED PERSON
   1
   FOLLOW UP
   13
   FRAUD
   2
   GUNFIRE
   1
   JUVENILE COMPLAINT
   3
   LARCENY
   1
   MISSING PERSON
   1
   NARCOTICS VIOLATION
   2
   NOISE COMPLAINT
   1
   OTHER POLICE COMPLAINT
   4
   PARKING VIOLATION
   4
   RECKLESS DRIVER *LOOKOUT*
   1
   SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
   2
   SUSPICIOUS PERSON
   2
   SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE
   1
   TRAFFIC HAZARD
   1
   VEH TAMP/GRAFFITI CRIM MISCHIEF
   4
    
   In addition , officers also conducted the following:
    
   Building Check
   27
   Directed Patrol
   264
   Foot Patrol
   32
   Traffic Stops
   43
    
    
   The Town of Purcellville , Virginia
   “Purcellville - your small Town , where history and progress intersect and people prosper , ” is an award - winning town of over 10 , 000 residents located in Loudoun County , approximately 50 miles west of Washington , DC .  
   Having received the prestigious Siemens Sustainability Award for Small Communities , Purcellville continues to be honored for its green initiatives with most recently being the Tree City USA recipient for the 13
   th
    year . The Town was reaffirmed as a AAA rated community by S&P Global Ratings , the highest credit rating possible , and is ranked “Safest City” in Virginia in 2020 .  Once a stop along the W&OD rail line , which has been converted to a multi - use trail from Alexandria , VA to Purcellville , the Town has maintained its historic old - town feel through the restoration and maintenance of its many downtown structures , reflecting the Victorian architecture popular during the early 1900s . Today , Purcellville is the economic hub of western Loudoun County and a popular weekend destination for antiquing , equestrian activities , farmer’s markets , wineries , breweries , distilleries and restaurants . More info at
   www . purcellvilleva . gov
    .
   
   

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