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.