News of crime and punishment across Fairfax County this week:
TRUCK’S PAINT DAMAGED BY STICKER LEFT AFTER PARKING DISPUTE: A man living in the 200 block of Commons Drive, N.W., told Vienna police his wife recently had been engaged in a dispute with a Madison High School student who was parking in violation of “No Parking” signs in the community.
On Dec. 19, the resident found that someone had secured an obscene bumper sticker to his vehicle. The vehicle’s paint became damaged when he attempted to remove the sticker, police said.
MARYLAND MEN ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH THEFTS AT FAIR OAKS MALL: Officers from the Fairfax County Police Department’s Christmas Anti-Theft Team (CATT) were notified Dec. 19 at 6 p.m. by employees at the Apple Store in Fair Oaks Mall that three men who were thought to be trespassing may have been involved in a separate grand-larceny case on Dec. 18 at the Tysons Apple Store in Tysons Corner Center.
Employees thought the men also were concealing stolen merchandise, police said.
The suspects left the store in different directions. CATT