Fair Oaks Police Log: Oct. 25-31

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 Oct. 31, there were four major incidents, six larcenies and a vehicle theft included in the Fair Oaks District Activity Report. Fair Oaks District encompasses Oakton.

Major Incidents — Fair Oaks District

Unlawful Entry: 12100 block of Monument Drive, 10/25/12, 3:30 p.m. A manager reported there were personal items in a vacant apartment. No one was found in the area. Entry was made through an unlocked sliding door.

Drunk in Public: 3900 block of Corsair Court, 10/26/12, 3 a.m. The two arrested were arguing with a cab driver over payment. Jacquline Vegara, 43, of New York, and Giovanni Moran Landaverde, 39, of Herndon, were charged with being drunk in public. Moran was also charged with indecent exposure for allegedly urinating on the cab.

Robbery: 9500 block of Blake Lane, 10/30/12, 2 p.m. The victim walked out of a business and was entering her vehicle when the suspect approached from behind. He pulled her purse off her shoulder and fled. She received minor injuries.

Assault: 9500 block of Blake Lane, 10/31/12, 9:10 p.m. The 20-year-old victim was walking to his home when several people approached. The victim recognized at least one person before the group allegedly began punching and kicking him. He received non life-threatening injuries. Michael Pinto, 21, of Falls Church, was charged with malicious wounding.


  • 2300 block of Emerald Heights Court, paintball from vehicle
  • 900 block of Millwood Lane, GPS from vehicle
  • 2200 block of Stone Wheel Drive, bicycle from residence
  • 11700 block of Sunrise Valley, five laptop computers, projector, docking station
  • and power supplies from business
  • 12000 block of Sunset Hills Road, cell phone from business

Vehicle Thefts

  • 13000 block of Piney Glade Road, 2008 Lexus

Animal Control Division — Countywide

Animal Bite: 6200 block of Little River Turnpike, 10/25/12, 12:15 p.m. The 19-year-old victim was walking by a store where a Shih Tzu mix was tied up out front. The dog allegedly bit her as she walked by. Julio Gonzalez, 48, of Alexandria, was charged with unlicensed and unvaccinated dog. The dog was routinely quarantined. The victim received minor injuries.

Animal Bite: 10800 block of Split Oak Lane, 10/30/12, 6 p.m. The victim was walking her dog when another dog came running across the street and bit her. She received minor injuries. The suspect dog, a Bichon Poodle mix, was routinely quarantined.

Unlicensed Dog: 6100 block of Arlington Boulevard, 10/30/12, 10:40 a.m. Animal Control Officers were called for a dog tied to a tree in the rain. The animal was impounded. The owner, Jeffery Vandreal, 50, of Arlington, was charged with no dog license. The Poodle mix was not injured.

Unlicensed Dog: 1700 block of Rupert Street, 10/30/12, noon. Animal Control Officers were called to check the welfare of a dog left out in the rain. The Boxer/American Bulldog mix was in good condition. The owner, Maxem Timan, 31, of McLean, was charged with no dog license.


The following Oakton residents were included in Fairfax County Police's weekly log released Nov. 2. The names were taken from the list Fairfax County Police publishes weekly of those arrested in Fairfax County. An arrest not indicate a conviction.

Name Age Date of Incident Charge Description Childs, Paul Alexander 21 10/28/12 DWI: 1st Off, BAC .15-.20% Dodson, Kathrine C. 23 10/31/12 Assault: On Family Member Gallagher, Erin Alyssa 19 10/26/12 Drugs: Possess Marijuana, 1st Off

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