Editor’s Note: Incident information was obtained from the Activity Report provided by Fairfax County Police Department’s Public Information Office. The incidents included are at the discretion of the PIO and are not to be considered all-inclusive.
Fairfax County Police logged the following incidents in the Vienna area during the week ending Aug. 22:
- Larceny, 8100 Arlington Boulevard, CDs from business
- Larceny, 1800 Galleria at Tysons II, purse from business
- Larceny, 2900 Gallows Road, wallet from business
- Larceny, 3000 Gallows Road, cell phone from business
- Larceny, 8100 Lee Highway, flagstone and stone material from business
- Larceny, 8400 Leesburg Pike, tires and wheels from vehicle
- Larceny, 9100 Leesburg Pike, air conditioner unit from business
- Larceny, 1900 Memory Court, cash from vehicle
- Larceny, 7900 Tysons Corner Center, merchandise from business
- Larceny, 7900 Tysons Corner Center, tools from vehicle
- Larceny, 8000 Tysons Corner Center, leather jacket from business
- Larceny, 8000 Tysons Corner Center, two pairs of jeans from business
Animal Control Division — Countywide
Rabies Vector: 5500 block of Willow Valley Road, 8/16/12, 8:30 a.m. Animal Control officers were called following a fight between a dog and a skunk. The German Shorthaird Pointer is kept outside and killed the skunk. The skunk will be tested for rabies. The dog received a booster shot and not injured.
Maltreat Animal: 8100 block of Colony Point Road, 8/17/12, 2:40 p.m. Animal Control officers took charge of a brown/white Pit Bull mix dog. The dog was left attached to pole with food and water, and, following several attempts, the owner could not be found.
Animal Service: 1100 block of Cedrus Lane, 8/18/12, 4:20 p.m. A dog owner called to report two of his dogs fought a raccoon. The owner killed the raccoon. The two Rat Terriers were not injured and routinely quarantined. Animal Control officers took the raccoon for rabies testing.
Cruelty to Animal: 11800 block of Spectrum Center, 8/21/12, 4:15 a.m. Animal Control officers were alerted to a young American Pit Bull tied to a sign in front of a store. The owner could not be identified and the dog was taken to the shelter.
The following Vienna residents were included in Fairfax County Police's weekly log released Aug. 23. The names were taken from the list Fairfax County Police publishes weekly of those arrested in Fairfax County. An arrest not indicate a conviction.Name Age Date of Incident Charge Description Akhtar, Hanif Mohammad 73 8/21/12 Assault: On Family Member Dashtara, Keya 31 8/17/12 Strangulation: Results in Wounding/Bodily Injury Dashtara, Manoochehr J. 74 8/17/12 Running at Large Unvaccinated Dog or Cat Divine, Connor Joseph 19 8/16/12 Drugs: Possess Marijuana, 1st Off Jones, Alexander Fraser 18 8/15/12 Plates/Decals: Possess/Forged Petrakis, Panagiota 22 8/21/12 Drugs: Possess Marijuana, 1st Off Popova, Anna 20 8/20/12 Grand Larceny: $200+ Not from a Person Root, Brian Joseph 18 8/15/12 Drugs: Possess Marijuana, 1st Off Stanchev, Tsvetomir 21 8/20/12 Grand Larceny: $200+ Not from a Person Steinkraus, Ashley Anna Marie 25 8/8/12 DWI: Drugs, 1st Offense Villeda Aguilar, Jose Maria Ivan 29 8/9/12 License: Drive w/o, 2+ Offense