- 1400 Block Cottage Street, SW
- August 08 8:30 p.m.
- A resident reported that she was at home when a suspicious male knocked on her door. The man stated that he was soliciting for a fundraiser with James Madison High School. The next day, the woman contacted the school and asked if they had any fundraisers going on. The school advised that they did not.
- Vienna Police Department, 215 Center Street, South
- August 08 11:00 p.m.
- Officer Holcombe observed a man in the police cruiser parking lot. As she opened the door to exit the building, the man entered the police station and made statements that “they” were listening to his thoughts. The man believed that the police had the technology to stop the frequency that could read his mind. Officer Holcombe was able to calm the man down. He returned home without incident.
- Evolution Gym
- 216 Dominion Road, NE August 08 11:36 p.m.
- A member of the gym reported that, while he was showering after a workout, employees closed the gym for the night and left. The gym member unlocked the front door to leave the building, but reported the incident to police so that employees could be notified to return and secure the building.
- Vienna Aquatic Club, 625 Marshall Road, SW
- Between August 09 at 9:00 p.m. and August 10 at 10:00 a.m.
- An employee reported that an unknown person had thrown lawn chairs and a ping pong table into the pool some time during the night.
- 300 Block Tapawingo Road, SE
- August 11 10:04 a.m.
- A resident found her vehicle had been written on. Upon investigation, Officer Kiley found that the neighbors had a high school graduation party. The adult at the neighboring residence advised the kids had mistaken the complainant’s vehicle for one of theirs.
- 1000 Block Moorefield Hill Grove, SW
- August 13 6:30 a.m.
- A resident reported that his juvenile daughter was out walking the dog when an adult male stopped his vehicle and stepped out to talk to her. The man asked her to be friends with him and gestured towards his vehicle. She said no and walked away. MPO Seitz responded to the area but was unable to locate the man or his vehicle.
- 300 Block Glyndon Street, SE
- August 13 2:15 p.m.
- A woman located ammunition while cleaning the home of her recently deceased mother. The ammunition will be held in the Vienna Police Department’s property room until it can be properly destroyed.
- Mr. Wash, 540 Maple Avenue, West
- August 13 3:46 p.m.
- A man reported that his 9-year-old nephew had been struck by one of the vehicles exiting the car wash. PFC Lyons responded along with Fairfax County Fire and Rescue. They found that the 9-year-old was okay and did not appear to have been struck. Witnesses advised that they did not believe the boy had been struck. Car wash employees advised they have been having problems with the uncle waxing cars in their parking lot and refusing to leave when asked to do so. Shortly before the uncle called the police, employees had asked the uncle to leave and an argument ensued when the uncle refused to leave. PFC Lyons advised the uncle that he was not allowed on the property. The uncle left without incident.
- CVS, 337 Maple Avenue, East
- August 14 10:00 p.m.
- An employee reported that a customer had become upset at having to wait for her prescription. She ultimately threw her pen at the employee and pushed him as she exited the store. The employee did not wish to pursue charges at the time of the report.
- Physiotherapy Associates 501 Church Street, NE
- August 15 12:44 p.m.
- An employee reported that money was missing from their safe. This case is being investigated.