Fairfax City Crime Report: Man Exposes Himself to Teenage Girls

Plus, a man attempts to use fake identification to open a large credit line at Best Buy.

Crime reports in Fairfax City, Va. (Photo: City of Fairfax PD)
Crime reports in Fairfax City, Va. (Photo: City of Fairfax PD)
Officers have been unable to locate a man that allegedly tricked two teenage girls into approaching him, and then exposed himself to them.

According to police logs, on Wednesday, Jan. 15 around 4:15 p.m., two young girls, age 15 and 17, told police they were walking near the intersection of Springmann Drive and Spring Street when a car pulled over and a man in the car asked the two girls for directions.

When the two girls approached the car, they told police they saw that the man was naked from the waist down. They said the man then immediately drove away.

The suspect was described as a Hispanic male in his mid-20s to mid-30s, weighing about 230 pounds, with black hair in a buzz cut and a mustache. He was reportedly wearing only a black shirt, and no clothing from the waist down.

The vehicle he was operating was described as a dark gray, newer-model four-door, possibly a Toyota or Honda. 

Officers searched the area but were unable to locate the suspect.


The following additional incidents were also reported by the City of Fairfax Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Jan. 7 - False ID Arrest: An 
officer investigating a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of the Breezeway Motel at 10829 Fairfax Blvd. attempted to locate the operator, a female, who initially provided false information and identification and whose Virginia operator’s license was suspended. The 27-year-old woman from Brooklyn, N.Y. was taken into custody and transported to the Adult Detention Center, where she was charged with using a false identification to impede an investigation and possessing a document for the purpose of establishing a false identity.

Jan. 7 - Larceny: 
A manager at the Farrish Jeep dealership at 9610 Fairfax Blvd. reported that a dealer plate has been missing from the dealership since Dec. 14, and was possibly stolen.

Jan. 9 - Identity Theft: A resident of the 10100 block of Mosby Woods Drive reported that her Social Security number had been used by someone to obtain social services through Fairfax County.

Jan. 10 - Larceny: 
A woman reported that, sometime after Jan. 2, someone had entered her vehicle, which was parked in the 3800 block of Bradwater St., and rifled through the glove compartment and stolen some cash.

Jan. 12 - Credit Card Fraud: A woman reported that, sometime on Jan. 4, someone had used her corporate card to make an unauthorized purchase at the Best Buy on Main Street in the Fair City Mall.

Jan. 9 - False Pretense Arrest: Employees of the Best Buy at the Fair City Mall reported that a man was attempting to buy tablet computers and had presented identification that appeared suspicious. During an investigation by the Patrol Division, the man provided false identification that had been used to fraudulently obtain a line of credit. The 23-year-old man with no fixed address was transported to the Adult Detention Center, where he was charged with obtaining money by false pretense, identity theft/fraud, providing false identification to law enforcement, and possession of a fictitious driver’s license. His bond was set at $5,000.

Jan. 14 - Credit Card Theft/Fraud: A resident of the 9900 block of Fairfax Square reported that, sometime between 3 and 6:30 p.m., someone had stolen his debit card from the center console area of his parked vehicle. The card was then used to make unauthorized purchases at two 7-Eleven stores, located 3965 Jermantown Road and 10810 Fairchester Dr. The case is being investigated.

Jan. 14 - Larceny: A man reported that, sometime after 1 p.m., while his car was parked in the parking lot of the Outback Steakhouse at 10060 Fairfax Blvd., someone had smashed a window and stolen a purse and handbag that contained identification and prescription medication.


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