Fair Oaks Police Log: Aug. 23-29

A summary of the latest incidents reported

Editor’s Note: Incident information was obtained from the Activity Report provided by Fairfax County Police Department’s Public Information Office. The incidents included are at the discretion of the PIO and are not to be considered all-inclusive.

For the week ending Aug. 29, there were six major incidents, 14 larcenies and two vehicle thefts included in the Fair Oaks District Activity Report. Fair Oaks District encompasses Oakton.

Major Incidents — Fair Oaks

Burglary: 11600 Park Vista Boulevard, 8/23/12, 7:20 p.m. A resident reported someone entered her home and stole jewelry. Entry was likely made through an unsecure door.

Unlawful Entry: 2400 block of Flint Hill Road, 8/23/12, 9:50 p.m. Officers assisted school security who responded to a silent alarm. Joseph Vanderplas, 19, and Daniel Vanderplas, 18, both of Fairfax, were charged with unlawful entry.

Robbery: 11200 block of James Swart Circle, 8/24/12, 11:45 p.m. The victim reported he was walking on the sidewalk. Two men began to chase him. When they caught him they hit him and fled after taking his iPad3.

Assault: 9800 block of Clifford Drive, 8/28/12, 1:20 a.m. Officers responded to the area and found a victim surrounded by several people. The victim was apparently stabbed in the neck. While checking the area, officers found some drug paraphernalia. The victim was taken to the hospital with non life-threatening injuries. Investigation continues.

Indecent Exposure: Sunrise Valley Drive/Sayward Boulevard, 8/28/12, 7:20 p.m. The adult female victim was walking along Sunrise Valley Drive when the suspect stopped in a vehicle. He asked her a question while allegedly exposing himself. Bilal Awan, 19, of Herndon, was charged with indecent exposure.

Assault: 12700 block of Shoppes Lane, 8/29/12, 2:20 a.m. Two apparently intoxicated individuals arrived at the restaurant and banged on the door. An employee open the door to tell them the dining room was closed and they could go through the drive-thru, was assaulted by both suspects. They fled and the victim was not seriously injured.


  • 13100 Autumn Woods Way, jewelry from residence
  • 3100 Casto Drive, license plates from vehicle
  • 12100 Fair Lakes Promenade Drive, three shirts from business
  • 11700 Fair Oaks Shopping Center, cell phone from business
  • 12100 Fair Oaks Shopping Center, cell phone from business
  • 11900 Grand Commons Avenue, bicycle from residence
  • 11200 James Swart Circle, liquor from business
  • 9700 Kings Crown Court, license plate from vehicle
  • 14600 Lee Highway, cell phones from business
  • 15900 Lee Highway, cell phone from residence
  • 11100 Lee Highway, television from business
  • 5200 Summit Drive, cell phone from vehicle
  • 5200 Summit Drive, cash from vehicle
  • 5300 Summit Drive, cash from vehicles

Vehicle Thefts

  • 9500 Poplar Leaf Court, 2004 Suzuki GSXR600 motorcycle
  • 11700 Potomac Crossing Way, 2007 Honda Accord

Animal Control Division — Countywide

Rabies Vector: 500 block of Innsbruck Avenue, 8/23/12, 4 p.m. Animal Control officers were called for a bat in a bedroom. The bat was captured and tested positive for rabies. The homeowner’s cat was exposed to the bat and received a rabies booster and was routinely quarantined.

Animal at Large: 2900 block of Irvington Road, 8/25/12, 1:30 p.m. Animal Control officers were called for a dog running loose in the area. The dog was captured and taken to a veterinarian for care of apparent dog bits. The owners released the dog to the shelter and received a warning for failure to provide adequate care. The 2-year-old Lhasa Apso is expected to recover.

Animal at Large: 5600 block of Harrington Falls Lane, 8/25/12, 8 a.m. Officers were called for a disorderly and found neighbors arguing over two unrestricted dogs in the common area. Chad Adams, 33, of Alexandria, was charged with having an unrestricted animal.

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