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Fairfax County Police Log: Sept. 27-Oct. 3

A summary of the latest Vienna incidents, arrests reported

Fairfax County Police Log: Sept. 27-Oct. 3

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 Oct. 3:

  • Larceny, 2400 block of Center Street, cell phone from business
  • Larceny, 3000 block of Gate House Plaza, laptop computer from vehicle
  • Larceny, 8000 block of Tysons Corner Center, merchandise from business
  • Larceny, 1900 block of Tysons Corner Center, merchandise from business
  • Larceny, 1900 block of Tysons Corner Center, merchandise from business
  • Larceny, 8100 block of Watson Street, purse from vehicle
  • Larceny, 9600 block of Mastworks Drive, jewelry from residence
  • Larceny, 2700 block of Willow Drive, medication from residence

Animal Control Division — Countywide

Animal Bite: 3900 block of Mariposa Place, 9/30/12, 4:45 p.m. Animal Control officers investigated an alleged dog bite where the victim reported she was bit by a dog running at large. The 5-year-old Pit Bull Terrier was routinely quarantined.

Arrests

The following Vienna residents were included in Fairfax County Police's weekly log released Oct. 4 The names were taken from  the list Fairfax County Police publishes weekly of those arrested in Fairfax County. An arrest not indicate a conviction.

NameAgeDate of IncidentCharge DescriptionBartlett, Christian Kyle 19 10/1/12 Drugs: Possess Marijuana, 1st Off Ozveren, Mustafa 28 9/30/12 Assault: On Family Member

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