Police: Stolen License Plates, Fake Documentation and ID
The latest in Fairfax City crime news.
The following incident and arrest information was supplied by the City of Fairfax Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Latest crime news:
- Larceny, 3700 Block of Farr Avenue: Someone(s) stole Virginia license plates from a salvage yard vehicle in South Carolina. The vehicle owner reported the plates missing on Jan. 11. The plates were later found on a vehicle involved in a speeding fine in Washington D.C.
- Larceny, 9695 Main Street: Someone(s) stole a billfold containing cash, credit cards and identification from a purse in a Main Street office building on Jan. 11
- Larceny, Curry Mantra: Someone(s) stole a pair of glasses and a City of Fairfax decal from an unlocked vehicle in the Curry Mantra parking lot at around 6 p.m. Jan. 12.
- Unauthorized Use/Forged Public Records, Brown’s Mazda: Toan Ngoc Phuong Nguyen, 23, of Springfield allegedly purchased a vehicle with fake co-signer documentation on Jan. 8. Police charged Nguyen with unauthorized use and obtaining goods with the intent to defraud. Officers later discovered Nguyen had used a fake driver's license in the transaction and charged him with felony forgery of public records.
Information provided by City of Fairfax Police Department; where arrests or charges are mentioned it does not indicate a conviction. Call 703-385-7960 with any tips.