On Halloween Day, around 10:20 a.m., a 41-year-old resident was working on his car in his driveway at home, near Rust Road and Westmore Drive, when he was reportedly "shot" in the stomach by someone firing a weapon at him.
The man told police he saw an unknown young man kneel down, point a weapon at him and shoot, from a distance away. The victim stated he was "struck in the stomach," and that the suspect then fled on foot.
Police searched the area but did not find the suspect.
An initial investigation determined the weapon was some sort of airsoft-style gun.
The victim sustained minor injuries, but did not require medical attention.
The case is being further investigated by the Patrol Division.
The following additional incidents were also reported by the City of Fairfax Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Oct. 27 - Attempted Fraud: A female victim at the Apple Credit Union at 9701 Main St. reported that someone had attempted to use her stolen Virginia driver’s license and checks to withdraw money from her account.
Oct. 31 - Identity Theft: Victims who live in the 4000 block of Chestnut Street reported that someone had used their information to obtain a Virginia income tax return check. The Criminal Investigations Division is investigating the case.
Nov. 7 - Larceny Arrest: A female victim reported that, sometime after 10 p.m., her unattended wallet had been taken from her table at the Hard Times Cafe, 4069 Chain Bridge Road, and had subsequently been located in the parking lot. As the result of investigation by the Patrol Division, a suspect was identified and detained when she returned to the area.A 25-year-old Fairfax woman was issued a summons for petit larceny and released.
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