Car Stolen from Huntington Metro
Metro Transit Police responded to more than 500 incidents in May — only two were at the Huntington Metro Station.
Metro Transit Police responded to more than 500 calls in the month of May, according to the most recent police blotter. The following are incidents that occurred at or near area Metro stops.
Huntington Avenue Station
Failure to pay fare – May 6, 1:55 p.m.
Motor vehicle theft – May 28, 5:56 p.m. (Metro Transit Police did not provide more information on this incident, but asked that anyone who may have seen something suspicious call them at 202-962-2121 or call the Fairfax County Police Department at 703-691-8888.)
Eisenhower Avenue Station
There were no incident reports listed at the Eisenhower Avenue Station in the month of May.
The Franconia-Springfield Metro station has more crimes than any other Metro rail station in Virginia, according to a March report from WMATA detailing reported crime in 2011. Thirty-two crimes were committed at the station in 2011.
Eisenhower Avenue is among the five safest Metro stations in the system.