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Police reports: 1-30

- **INCIDENTS** Abduction |Residential Burglary – On January 29th at 11:35PM, police responded to the Super 8 Motel located at

Police reports: 1-30

**INCIDENTS**

Abduction |Residential Burglary – On January 29th at 11:35PM, police responded to the Super 8 Motel located at 17400 Jefferson Davis Highway in Dumfries (22026) for an initial report of a robbery. The victim, a 32 year old female of Woodbridge, reported to police an unknown male, later identified as the accused, forcibly entered her room, locked the door and would not allow her to leave the room or call police. The victim was ultimately able to call police while the accused was distracted. The accused fled the motel when he heard the victim talking with police. The victim was able to later identify the accused as an occupant of another room located in the motel and a witness was able to identify the accused as the male who entered the victim’s room. Marijuana and evidence linking the accused to the incident were found by police while attempting to locate the accused. Warrants were obtained for the accused.
Wanted:
Dion Langley PHOENIX, 21, of Newport News
Described as a black male, 5’11”, 150lbs, with a thin build, short black hair & brown eyes
Wanted for abduction, burglary and possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute

Residential Burglary – On January 29th at 11:45PM, police responded to the 12300 block of Oakwood Dr in Woodbridge (22192) for a burglary. Homeowner reported to police that the burglary occurred between 8:00AM on January 20th and 3:00PM on January 29th. There were no signs of forced entry. Miscellaneous jewelry, valued around $500, was reported missing.

Residential Burglary – On January 29th at 10:15PM, police responded to the 12500 block of Oakwood Dr in Woodbridge (22192) for a burglary. Homeowner reported to police that the burglary occurred between 4:00PM and 9:45PM. Entry appeared to be made through a basement window which had been broken out. A pair of shoes and a gaming console, valued around $500, were reported missing.

Residential Burglary – On January 29th at 7:28PM, police responded to the 4500 block of Kingsley Rd in Woodbridge (22193) for a burglary. Homeowner reported to police that the burglary occurred between 8:00AM and 7:28PM. Entry appeared to be made by cutting the screen on a rear window. A laptop, handgun and other miscellaneous items, valued around $1500, were reported missing.


Residential Burglary – On January 29th at 8:49AM, police responded to the 14300 Westminister Ln in Woodbridge (22193) for a burglary. Homeowner reported that the burglary occurred between 10:00PM on January 28th and 6:00AM on January 29th. There were no signs of forced entry into the residence. An undisclosed amount of U.S. Currency and credit cards were reported as missing.

Residential Burglary – On January 28th at 6:30PM, police responded to the 3500 block of Emory Ln in Woodbridge (22193) for a burglary. Homeowner reported to police that the burglary occurred between 10:35AM and 3:00PM. There were no signs of forced entry into the residence. An iPad, valued around $300, was reported as missing.

Residential Burglary – On January 28th at 2:20PM, police responded to the 18400 block of Old Triangle Rd in Triangle (22172) for a burglary. Homeowner reported to police that the burglary occurred between 11:35AM on December 5th and 5:00PM on January 21st. Entry appeared to have been made through an unsecured garage door. A catalytic converter, heat pump, radiator, aluminum and brass chandeliers, valued around $800, were reported as missing.


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