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POLICE LOG: Car Keys, Wallet Stolen in Falls Church

The Falls Church police department supplied the following incident and arrest information. It does not indicate a conviction.

City of Falls Church Police are looking for the person or people who stole keys from inside a building and used them to get into a car to steal a wallet.

On Jan. 30, police said a person stole keys from inside a building in the 1000 block of E. Broad St. Police said the keys were used to enter a car in the vicinity and a wallet was stolen.

Police did not give a description of the person they are looking for.

In separate and unrelated incidents:

Tu T. Le, 40, of Falls Church, was charged with smoking in a non-designated area in the 6700 block of Wilson Blvd. on Jan. 30. Police also charged Hoang O. Dinh, 22, of Annandale, was charged with permitting smoking in a non-designated area.

Gabriella Guevara, 29, of Alexandria, was charged with driving under the influence in the 6700 block of Wilson Blvd. on Jan. 30.

Vladislav P. Paramzin, 37, of no fixed address, was charged with trespassing in the 700 block of W. Broad St. on Jan. 30.

David C. King, 58, of Arlington, was charged with driving under the influence in the 800 block of W. Broad St. on Jan. 31.

Glenn E. Penn, 51, of Manassas, was charged with a noise violation in the 6600 block of Wilson Blvd. on Feb. 1.

Truong Q. Vo, 45, of Springfield, was charged with smoking in a non-designated area in the 6700 block of Wilson Blvd. on Feb. 1.

John M. O’Brien, 71, of Arlington, was charged with drinking while driving in the 800 block of N. Roosevelt St. on Feb. 1.

City of Falls Church Police are investigating a report of a car with the keys in the ignition stolen in the 6700 block of Wilson Blvd. on Feb. 1.

Thomas M. Sentz, 51, of Falls Church, was charged with driving under the influence and refusal to submit to a blood or breath test in the 200 block of N. Maple Ave. on Feb. 3.

City of Falls Church Police are investigating a report of shoplifting in the 6700 block of Wilson Blvd. on Feb. 3.

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