The following incident and arrest information was supplied by the
City of Fairfax Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Latest crime news:
- Identity Fraud, 3950 Fairfax Square: Someone(s) used a resident's personal information to open multiple charge accounts in her name between Nov. 13-18. Those accounts were used to make unauthorized purchases.
- Larceny, Panera Bread: A Panera employee accepted and paid for a package meant for a neighboring business on Dec. 5. The employee told police he was told to accept and pay for the package by someone pretending to work for the neighboring business. After he paid a supposed delivery man for the package he opened it only to find scrap paper inside.
- Annoying Phone Calls, 9700 Block of Maple Trace Circle: A Maple Trace Circle resident called police on Dec. 5 after receiving multiple phone calls from an unknown male. The calls were sexual in nature.
- Shoplifting Arrest, K-Mart: Eugene Matthew Cox, 22, of Lee Highway in Fairfax and Jonathan Escobar, 21, of Manassas Park were arrested for allegedly stealing goods from the store on Dec. 6. They were charged with concealment of goods and released on summonses.
- Embezzlement, RJK Construction: The owner contacted police on Dec. 6 after an employee made unauthorized purchases with a company credit card. Police have obtained a warrant. Service is pending.
- Larceny, Fairfax High School: Someone(s) stole a student's iPhone from her locked gym locker sometime between 3:30-5 p.m. on Dec. 5.
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.