From Fairfax County Police. Greywing Square is near Reston Parkway and South Lakes Drive.
UNLAWFUL ENTRY, 12000 block of Greywing Square, 1/17/13, 9:25 a.m. A property manager reported someone entered a vacant unit and vandalized it. Forced entry was made through a defective window.
This occurred outside Town of Herndon city limits off Innovation Drive.
The tires of at least 64 vehicles were slashed over the weekend at an Herndon apartment complex, Fairfax County police said.
The vandalism occurred between 11 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. Sunday at the Dulles Greene Apartment Complex, police said. The vehicles were parked on Astoria Circle and Rock Hill Road, police said.
From Fairfax County police logs:
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY, 1700 block of Jonathan Way, 7/13/12, 8:10 a.m. A property manager reported someone allegedly broke into a vacant apartment. Jonathan C. Davies was arrested and charged with destruction of property, unlawful entry, and possession of marijuana.
The apartment complex is located near Temporary Road and North Shore Drive in Reston.
One or more vandals caused about $60,000 in damages to a mosque under construction in Chantilly. The crime is likely hate related, based on the systematic damage done to windows and doors at the site.
From the Washington Post:
Vandals attacked the construction site of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Mosque in Chantilly overnight Jan. 29, authorities said.
All of the first-level windows and door glass were shattered by thrown rocks, causing about $60,000 in damages, according to Usman Ghumman, general secretary. He said the artisan doors and windows were custom-made to match the mosque’s design and artifacts.
Fairfax County police found the significant damage to the unfinished mosque the next morning, but said there is no evidence that the vandals entered the building. Empty beer cans, liquor bottles and rocks were also found scattered on the ground and on the roof of the building.
“If one or two windows were broken, we would have thought it was a random act of vandalism, but all fingers are pointing toward being a hate crime,” Ghumman said.
Fairfax County police are working to find those who committed the vandalism. Anyone with information may contact Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS/8477.