Here are the latest crime incidents in Vienna, as reported by the Vienna Police Department:
FRAUD - between Nov. 7-21
In the 500 Block Kibler Circle, SW, a resident reported that two AT&T cellular telephones had been delivered to his residence he had not ordered. He contacted AT&T and they informed him that this had been a fraud. This case is being investigated.
ASSAULT (2) - Nov. 20-27
At the Cedar Lane School, 101 Cedar Lane, SW, an employee reported that two female students became involved in a heated argument. As the argument began to escalate a teacher stepped in between the two girls and was struck.
The teacher stated she felt the assault was unintentional and does not wish to pursue charges. The school will handle this incident internally.
In another school incident, an employee for the school bus system reported that a male and female student became involved in a heated argument. The argument turned physical when a third student entered into the altercation.
The employee attempted to intervene and was struck by one of the students. The employee does not wish to pursue charges. The school will handle this incident internally.
FRAUD - Nov. 20, 8:23 p.m.
At Wu’s Garden, 418 Maple Avenue, East, a resident reported that after dining at Wu’s Garden she discovered that an amount other than the amount she agreed to pay had been charged to her credit card. This case is being investigated.
FRAUD - Nov. 22, 7 a.m.
In the 100 Block Cunningham Park Court, SE, a resident reported that he had been contacted by his bank and informed that there had been suspicious activity along with fraudulent charges made against his account. The resident verified the charges to his account and determined they had been made without his knowledge. This case is being investigated.
ASSAULT - Nov. 22, 9:33 a.m.
In the 200 Block Mill Street, NE, Officer Tremont responded for the report of an assault in progress. Upon his arrival he spoke with both individuals involved who agreed they had been involved in a heated argument. The argument escalated when one individual struck the other. The individual who had been struck did not wish to pursue charges.
GRAND LARCENY - Nov. 22, 1:30 p.m.
At Johnny’s Pizza, 141 Park Street, SE, an employee reported that she connected her iPhone to a charger and placed it on a counter. She stated that when she went to retrieve her iPhone it had been taken. This case is being investigated.
ARREST - ALCOHOL VIOLATION Nov. 22, 10:31 p.m.
At Nutley Street at Maple Avenue, West, Officer Reedy conducted a traffic stop. Upon his interaction with the driver and the occupants he detected the odor of alcohol. After his further interaction he determined the driver and her occupants were under the legal age to consume alcohol. Officer Reedy transported all three individuals to the Vienna Police Station where he issued a summons to an 18-year old female from Fairfax for Underage Possession of Alcohol. After signing the summons she was released to a friend.
The remaining two occupants were found to be juveniles and were released to their parents. This case is being investigated.
ARREST, DRUNK IN PUBLIC - Nov. 23 at 12:42 a.m.
At Jammin Java, 227 Maple Avenue, East, a citizen reported that an individual had been standing outside Jammin Java for several hours and had been yelling at patrons. Officer Reedy responded and after speaking with the individual he determined that he was extremely intoxicated. Officer Reedy arrested a Manassas man for Drunk in Public. He was transported to the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center where he was to be held until he was sober.
FOUND PROPERTY, Nov. 23, 7 a.m.
In the 1000 Block Lynn Street, SW, a resident reported she had found a wallet. MPO Shaw attempted to locate the owner by going to the address listed in the wallet however the owner, of the wallet, no longer lived at that address. The wallet will be held at the Vienna Police Station until the owner can be located.
MEDICAL CASE, Nov. 23, 8:38 a.m.
In the 400 Block Kingsley Road, SW, a resident reported that she found her husband lying on the floor in the basement. Officer Holcombe responded however the husband had already been transported to an area hospital for treatment.
RECOVERED STOLEN PROPERTY, Nov. 23, 2:55 p.m.
At the United States Post Office, 200 Lawyers Road, NW, a citizen reported he had located his stolen bicycle chained to a Town of Vienna sign. Officer Holcombe responded and removed the bicycle and stored it at the Vienna Police Station until positive identification can be made by the owner.
ASSAULT, Nov. 23, 5:39 p.m.
In the 300 Block Adahi Road, SE, a citizen reported she had been at her boyfriend’s house to retrieve some of her personal belongings when a verbal argument ensued between her and her boyfriend’s step-father. She stated the argument escalated when the stepfather threw his hat at her. In retaliation she threw a cup of coffee at him. Both individuals were advised of the process to obtain warrants should they wish to pursue charges. The boyfriend agreed to remove the remaining items the next day in order to separate his girlfriend from his step father and allow for a cooling down period.
OPEN DOOR, Nov. 23, 5:45 p.m.
In the 300 Block Ayito Road, SE, an alarm company reported that a residential alarm had been activated. Officer Digan and Officer Holcombe responded and searched the residence. After completing a search of the residence the homeowner arrived and stated the cleaning company may have left the door unlocked.
MISSING PERSON, ADULT, Nov. 23, 6 p.m.-Nov. 24, 10:21 a.m.
In the 1100 Block Drake Street, SW, a resident reported that her son had left for work the prior day and had not returned. Officer Holcombe responded and while taking the information for the report the son telephoned his mother and informed her that he had stayed with a friend and would be returning home shortly. The family contacted Officer Holcombe and informed her that the son had returned home.
DOMESTIC ASSAULT, Nov. 23, 7:19 p.m.
In the 300 Block Lawyers Road, NW, Officer Reedy responded to the report of a husband and wife who were involved in a physical altercation. Upon his arrival he determined that the couple had been involved in a heated argument that escalated when they began pushing each other. Neither the husband nor the wife wished to pursue charges.
ANIMAL CASE, Nov. 24, 7:37 a.m.
In the 400 Block Center Street, South, a citizen reported that two black dogs had been seen running loose in the area. ACO Crawford responded and was able to capture both dogs. The dogs were unable to provide any information as to the location of their owners. The dogs were transported to the Fairfax County Animal Shelter where they will be held until the owners can be located.
ANIMAL CASE, Nov. 26, 10 a.m.
At The Hope Center, 140 Park Street, SE, an employee reported that after a dog bit its owner, the owner had taken to the dog to the Hope Center for treatment. The employee stated that the dog could not be saved. ACO Barker responded and transported the dog to the Fairfax County Animal Shelter to be tested for Rabies. ACO Barker will follow up on this case.
VANDALISM, Nov. 26, 6 p.m. - Nov. 27, 8 a.m.
In the 500 Block Meadow Lane, SW, a citizen reported that the driver’s side rear window on his fiancé’s vehicle had been broken.
HOUSE CHECK, Nov. 27, 12:19 a.m.
In the 500 Block Lincoln Street, NW, Officer Herrera was on patrol and while checking on an uninhabited residence discovered that several boards, used to cover windows, had been removed. The owner of the residence informed Officer Herrera that the residence had been entered on a previous occasion. Officer Herrera and MPO Sheeran searched the residence and found nothing had changed since the last incident.
TRESPASSING, Nov. 27, 10:37 p.m.
At McDonald’s, 544 Maple Avenue, West, an employee reported that a customer had been coming into the restaurant and hanging out for long periods of time. The employee stated that when his friends come in they make a mess and leave their trash. The employee has asked the customer to have his friends clean up their mess however he refuses to tell them, stating it was the employee’s responsibility. The employee stated she did not wish for the customer to be charged for trespass however she does not want him hanging out in the restaurant any more.
The customer had left the restaurant prior to the arrival of the police officers.
Officer Reedy located the individual and informed him of the employee’s wishes.
ARREST-DRUNK IN PUBLIC, Nov. 28, 5:10 p.m.
At Maplewood Grill, 132 Branch Road, SE, a citizen reported that a man had been seen stumbling around the parking lot and had almost been hit by a car. Officer Holcombe responded and located the man and after speaking with him she determined that he was intoxicated. Officer Holcombe arrested a 48-year-old Fairfax man for Drunk in Public. He was transported to the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center where he was to be held until he was sober.
Nov. 21, 7:46 p.m.
At Park Street at Locust Street, SE, the driver of a vehicle was traveling west bound on Locust Street and stopped at the stop sign with Park Street, SE.
The driver of the vehicle proceeded through the intersection and struck a pedestrian who was walking in the crosswalk.
Nov. 22, 1:15 p.m.
At Echols Street at Berry Street, SE, the drivers of two vehicles were traveling west bound on Echols Street approaching the stop sign at Berry Street, SE. The driver of the first vehicle stopped for the stop sign. The driver of the second vehicle was unable to stop and rear ended the first vehicle.
The driver of the second vehicle was charged with Failure to Pay Full Time and Attention.
Nov. 23, 6:12 a.m.
At 900 Block Maple Avenue, East, the driver of a vehicle was traveling west bound on Maple Avenue when she stated for some unknown reason her vehicle veered to the left proceeded up over the median and struck a Town of Vienna Sign. The driver was charged with Failure to Pay Full Time and Attention.
Nov. 23, 7:37 p.m.
At 400 Block Old Courthouse Road, NE, the driver of a vehicle was traveling west bound on Old Courthouse Road, NE. The driver stated he may have suffered a medical emergency which caused him to travel into the oncoming lane, travel up over a curb and strike a utility pole. The driver of the vehicle was transported to an area hospital for treatment. The driver was charged with Reckless Driving.
Nov. 24, 3:32 p.m.
At Maple Avenue at Lawyers Road, NW, the driver of the first vehicle was traveling west bound on Maple Avenue and stopped due to the red traffic signal at Lawyers Road, NW. The driver of the second vehicle was traveling west bound on Maple Avenue in the same lane of travel and was unable to stop and rear ended the first vehicle.
Nov. 25, 3:18 p.m.
At Branch Road at Maple Avenue, SE, the driver of the first vehicle was traveling north bound on Branch Road approaching Maple Avenue, SE. The driver of the second vehicle was attempting to exit a parking lot and struck the first vehicle. The driver of the second vehicle was charged with Failure to Pay Full Time and Attention.
Nov. 26, 6:23 p.m.
Glyndon Street at Locust Street, SE, the driver of the first vehicle was traveling west bound on Locust Street, SE and stopped for the stop sign at Glyndon Street, SE. The driver of the second vehicle was traveling north bound on Glyndon Street and stopped for the stop sign at Locust Street, SE. Both drivers entered the intersection at the same time and collided one other.
Nov. 27, 1:15 p.m.
At Maple Avenue near Follin Lane, NE, the drivers of two vehicles were traveling west bound on Maple Avenue, NE. The driver of the first vehicle stopped for the red traffic signal at Follin Lane, NE and was rear ended by the second vehicle.
Nov. 27, 5:56 p.m.
At Maple Avenue at Pleasant Street, SW, the driver of the first vehicle was traveling east bound on Maple Avenue approaching Pleasant Street, SW. The driver of the second vehicle was traveling north bound on Pleasant Street and stopped for the stop sign at Maple Avenue, SW. The driver of the second vehicle attempted to make a left turn onto Maple Avenue, SW and collided with the first vehicle. The driver of the second vehicle was charged with Failure to Obey a Stop Sign.