Fairfax County Police Log: Nov. 15-20
A summary of the latest Vienna incidents, arrests reported
Fairfax County Police logged the following incidents in the Vienna area during the week ending Nov. 20:
- Disorderly, 1700 block of Galleria at Tysons, 11/16/12, 7 p.m. Officers were called to a disorderly conduct. The victim, a cab driver, reported a man called for a cab, but the cab broke down. The suspect allegedly urinated on one of the tires, began yelling racial slurs, and after entering, refused to exit the vehicle. Frank Nkunda, 25, of Springfield, was charged with disorderly conduct, indecent exposure, and drunk in public.
- Burglary, 1900 block of Gallows Road, 11/17/12, 2 p.m. A manager reported someone entered the business and stole several laptop computers. Forced entry was made through a side door.
- DWI check point, Lee Highway/Hunter Road, 11/17/12, A Driving While Intoxicated check point was conducted. Approximately, 425 vehicles were screened. One driver was charged with DWI. Five were charged with driving with no operator’s license. One was charged with reckless driving. Two were charged with possession of marijuana.
- Larceny, Marshall High School, cell phone from school
- Larceny, 3000 block of Nutley Street, purse from business
- Larceny, 3000 block of Nutley Street, purse from vehicle
- Larceny, 8000 block of Tysons Corner Center, eight frames from business
- Larceny, 8000 block of Tysons Corner Center, Nissan Quest
- Larceny, 9900 block of Chase Hill Court, cash from school
- Vehicle Theft, 2200 block of Abbotsford Drive, 2008 Honda Accord
Animal Control Division — Countywide
Animal Bite: 4700 block of Mount Vernon Memorial Highway, 11/15/12, 4 p.m. Animal Control Officers were notified of a victim who was bit at the dog park. The victim’s dog was fighting another dog, a Catahoula mix. The victim was separating the dogs when she was bitten. The victim was not seriously injured. The Catahoula was routinely quarantined.
Animal Bite: Crosswoods Drive/Dearborn Drive, 11/19/12, 9:45 p.m. Victim reported being bitten by an adult, white standard poodle. The dog was in the company of two women. The dog was routinely quarantined.