Law enforcement: Arlington Person Arrested After Breaking into Woman’s Lodge Place

A 25-12 months-outdated Arlington guy is powering bars just after police say he broke into a hotel place early this early morning and assaulted a female within.

The incident transpired close to 2 a.m. on the 1600 block of Arlington Blvd, which is home to the Inn of Rosslyn motel.

Arlington County police say the guy banged on the locked door of the hotel place prior to forcing his way in and grabbing the lady “around the higher torso.” She fled and called police. The suspect was later spotted by officers banging on a further developing doorway in Rosslyn and taken into custody, police said.

More from today’s ACPD criminal offense report:

Burglary, 2020-09230019, 1600 block of Arlington Boulevard. At somewhere around 1:48 a.m. on September 23, law enforcement have been dispatched to the report of a breaking and entering. Upon arrival, it was decided that at close to 1:40 a.m. the sufferer was awoken by sounds from the suspect allegedly banging on the door to a secured resort home. The suspect subsequently forced entry to the place, producing harm, and grabbed the girl all-around the upper torso. The victim was ready to cost-free herself from the suspect, who then fled on foot. Arriving officers proven a perimeter, canvased the area, and a K9 observe was conducted. At approximately 2:07 a.m., law enforcement were dispatched to the 1700 block of N. Quinn Road, in which a male matching the suspect description was banging on the door to a making. Arriving officers found the suspect and took him into custody without the need of incident. Throughout the system of the investigation, it was established the suspect had also prompted harm to a lose located outdoors of the building on Quinn Avenue. Nomin-Erdene Begzjav, 25, of Arlington, Va., was arrested and billed with Theft with Intent to Commit Assault, Assault & Battery, and Destruction of Assets (x2). He was held on no bond.

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