Fair Oaks Police Log: Sept. 13-19

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 Sept. 19, there were four major incidents, 10 larcenies and three vehicle thefts included in the Fair Oaks District Activity Report. Fair Oaks District encompasses Oakton.

Major Incidents — Fair Oaks District

Burglary: 3000 block of Sugar Lane, 9/13/12, 2:15 p.m. A resident reported someone entered the home and stole several pairs of shoes. Forced entry was made through a sliding glass door.

Destruction: 13600 block of Heverford Court, 9/13/12, 3 a.m. The victim was awoken by the sound of breaking glass. She found her bay window downstairs broken. No one was seen.

Sex Offense: 13000 block of Fair Lakes Shopping Center, 9/17/12, 5:20 p.m. a 52-year-old female victim reported someone took a picture up her dress when she reached for an item off a high shelf. The suspect excused himself and left the store.

DWI/Weapon: Hannah Farm Road/Lasswade Lane, 9/17/12, 5:30 p.m. An officer conducted a traffic stop for a possible driver under the influence. Robert Epperson, 50, of Oakton, was charged with DWI 3rd and carrying a concealed weapon while intoxicated.


  • 3800 block of Fairfax Ridge Road, nine laptop computers from business
  • 11700 block of Fair Oaks Shopping Center, credit card machine from business
  • 13300 block of Franklin Farm Road, bottle of liquor from business
  • 2900 block of Hunting Hills Court, cell phone and wallet from school
  • 13200 block of Kalmia Lane, two guns from residence
  • 11100 block of Lee Highway, wallet from vehicle
  • 13000 block of Lee Jackson Memorial Highway, purse from business
  • 2700 block of Verily Court, change from vehicle
  • 10400 block of Viera Lane, lugagge from vehicle
  • 10400 block of White Granite Drive, wedding band and engagement ring from business

Vehicle Thefts:

  • 6200 block of Farrington Avenue, 2002 Nissan Sentra
  • 9500 block of Lee Highway, 2006 Ford E250
  • 2727 block of Oak Valley Drive, 2003 Acura

Animal Control Division — Countywide

Unlicensed Dog: 4100 block of Jewel Street, 9/13/12, 8 p.m. The victim reported she was possibly bitten when she separated her Labrador Retriever and a Boxer mix. Allegedly, the Boxer was running at large and attacked the Lab which was being walked on a leash. The Boxer’s owner, Nicholas Fernandez, 33, of Alexandria, was cited for having an unlicensed dog. The boxer was routinely quarantined.

Unlicensed Dog: 9800 block of Hagel Circle, 9/14/12, 8:25 a.m. Animal Control officers were investigating a possible dog bite. The dog was brought out and allegedly bit one Animal Control officer. Margie Toney, 50, of Lorton, was charged with no rabies vaccination and no license. The dog was routinely quarantined and the officer was not seriously injured.

No Rabies: 8400 block of Wagon Wheel Road, 9/14/12, 12:40 p.m. The victim mail carrier reported that a dog allegedly ran out of a home and bit him. Jose Carcamo Castro, 18, of Alexandria, was charged with no rabies vaccination. The dog was routinely quarantined.


The following Oakton resident was included in Fairfax County Police's weekly log released Sept. 20. The name was 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 Epperson, Robert Horton 50 9/17/12 DWI: 3rd Off w/in 5y-10y Concealed Weapon: Carry Mercer, Gregory Shawn 48 9/18/12 Assault: On Family Member Vehicle/Aircraft/Boat/Etc: Destroy/Injure Ojoroafor, Winifred Uju 19 9/15/12 Alcohol: Maintain/Associate w/Common Nuisances Alcohol: Unlaw Sale/Serving by Improper Person Loud and Unnecessary Noise

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