Police Blotter: Nov. 2
The information in this report was release by the Fairfax City Police Department
Fairfax City Police have recently responded to the following incidents, as published in the department's daily police bulletin.
- On Oc. 28, police arrested David Hoch, 27, of 3800 block of Chain Bridge Road in Fairfax. He was charged with brandishing a firearm after victims reported traveling south on Old Lee Highway while Koch pointed a pistol at the passersby from inside his vehicle. Koch was transported to the Adult Detention Center and held on a $1,500 bond.
- On Oct. 29, a Fairfax Regional Library employee reported that sometime after 12:30 a.m., an unknown person damaged a book drop box in the parking garage.
- On Oct. 29, a victim reported someone stole an iPhone from the pocket of her Halloween costume at Icons, located at 10418 Main St.
- Oct. 30, a vehicle owner reported both license plates had been stolen from a car parked near Chain Bridge Road and Sager Avenue.
- On Oct. 31, an employee of Best Practicies, located at 10301 Eaton Place, reported her purse and wallet had been stolen from her office drawer.
- Oct. 26, a resident of the 3500 Block of Schuerman House Drive reported he had received an e-mail from someone threatening him with bodily harm.
- On Oct. 21, the manager of Jim McKay Used Cars, located at 10460 Fairfax Blvd., reported a man had bought a car in September using credit and identity information which later were determined to be fraudulent.
- Oct. 31, a resident of the Mosby Woods Condominiums, located on the 10100 Block of Mosby Woods Drive reported her car had been spray painted with graffiti.