Friday, March 22, 2013
The following cases were reported to the Fairfax City Police Department. Arrests do not indicate convictions.
Fairfax City police responded to the following cases between March 18 and 20: Vandalism 9700 Block of Main Street – On March 18 at 3:16 PM a citizen reported that on or about February 25 unknown person(s) had had spray painted graffiti on two residential mailboxes, a power box and a fence in the Comstock community. Credit Card Fraud 10200 Block of Antietam Avenue – On March 18 at 4:00 PM the resident reported that unknown person(s) had used her credit card number to make unauthorized transactions in Texas. Vandalism 11100 Block of Fairhaven Court – On March 18 at 5:43 PM the vehicle owner reported that unknown person(s) had broken out a window on her parked vehicle. Identity Fraud 9500 Block of Shelley Krasnow Lane – On …
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Fairfax City police search for suspect in Friday incident near University Drive.
Fairfax City Police are looking for a man they say snatched a wallet out of a woman's hand Friday afternoon and then took off. A woman told police she parked her car in a parking lot at University Drive and North Street at 1:53 p.m. Friday. When she got out of the vehicle, a man approached her, snatched her wallet from her hand and ran. The wallet contained the woman's ID, credit cards and checks. She was not injured in the incident, police said. Police said the suspect is a Hispanic male about 5-foot-6, wearing a black beanie hat, black t-shirt, khaki pants and white sneakers. Anyone with information should contact Fairfax City police at 703.385.7924. Like us here? Like us on Facebook, too.
Sunday, March 10, 2013
Six suspects allegedly made off with a table from the store on Fairfax Boulevard.
City of Fairfax Police said six men conspired in the wee hours of the morning to steal a table from the Dunkin Donuts on Fairfax Boulevard last week. At 3:04 a.m. Wednesday, an employee of the store reported six men, who were in the store, picked up a table and carried it outside. They then placed it into a vehicle and fled the area. The employee did not know any of the men. If you have information about this case, contact the City of Fairfax Police Department at 703.385.7960 Keep up to date on all police and fire news by subscribing to our daily email newsletter.
Friday, January 18, 2013
Intersection is now open to traffic.
Two pedestrians were struck by a vehicle shortly after noon Friday while trying to cross the intersection of Fairfax Boulevard and Chain Bridge Road. Police received a call about the incident at 12:17 p.m. and temporarily closed the intersection to work the scene. Fairfax Boulevard and Chain Bridge Road is now open to traffic, though officers will remain there to investigate the incident, said Sgt. Joe Johnson of the City of Fairfax Police Department. None of the injuries sustained by the pedestrians are fatal. Check Patch later for more information.
Monday, September 24, 2012
A man who lost control of his vehicle Monday hit a van in the parking lot of the elementary school
UPDATE (Thursday): A driver and two passengers were transported to the hospital following Monday's crash, said Sgt. Joe Johnson of the City of Fairfax Police Department. All three were treated successfully. None of the injuries were life-threatening. -------- (2:48 p.m.) Police have cleared the vehicles from the school parking lot. They remain on scene to reconstruct the crash. (2:39 p.m.) City officer Ken Caldwell praised Daniels Run administrative staff for their help in closing off the crash scene. "The school did an outstanding job of working with us," Caldwell said. He added that school staff helped police move Kiss and Ride away from the debris. More photos of the crash scene added to the story. --------- A man who lost control of …