According to the FCPD, Noriega Reyes approached the victim, who was behind a business drinking with a friend, and asked for K2, a form of synthetic marijuana. He got upset when the victim didn’t have any and stole her phone. Police officers found the suspect hiding upstairs in an apartment building with K2 on his person.
A male and female couple are wanted for a robbery committed in the 3400 block of Glen Carlyn Drive in Bailey’s Crossroads in the waning hours of May 13. The man slapped the victim, while the woman stole money out of his back pocket. The pair then got into a vehicle driven by a third person and fled the scene.
Both suspects are described as Hispanic and approximately 20 years old. The male was described as tall with black hair, wearing a green shirt. The female was short, wearing a black shirt, and her hair was pulled up in a bun or pony tail.
Police are seeking four suspects for an attempted robbery in Bailey’s Crossroads in the early hours of May 14.
The victim was standing outside the 7-Eleven at 3827 S. George Mason Drive when he was approached by several men. One suspect had a black handgun near his waist and said, “give me your money.” The victim replied, “come and take it,” and the men all ran off.
The suspects are described as:
- A black male in his 20s who speaks with an Ethiopian accent, approximately 6 feet tall, 160 pounds, with short black hair, wearing a red hoodie with designs on the hood and camo on the rear left arm, black jeans, and red sneakers.
- A black male in his 20s, approximately five feet, nine inches tall, with short black hair, wearing a black T-shirt, black pants, black socks, and black sandals.
- A light-skinned man in his 20s, approximately five feet, nine inches tall, 170 pounds, with longish black hair, wearing a blue hoodie and black pants.
- A white male, in his 20s, approximately 5 feet, nine inches tall, 170 pounds, with short red hair, wearing a black hoodie, black pants, and red Nikes.
Police officers responded to reports of gunshots in the 3500 block of S. Jefferson Street in Bailey’s Crossroads at about 12:20 a.m. on May 11. They found 17 shell casings in the parking lot of the Babylon Futbol Café. There were no injuries.