The Vienna Police Department got involved in a civil dispute between a local bakery and its landlord.
Last Friday (June 14), the property manager Glyndon Plaza reported to the police that the owners of Silva’s Patisserie had broken their lease by moving out of the rented space at 167 Glyndon Street SE.
“In the process, the owners took several items that the manager advised belonged to the shopping center,” according to the police report.
Police said the property manager intends to pursue civil action in the matter.
This past week, local crimes include a resident in the 400 block of Old Courthouse Road NE who reported to the police that someone had been continuously leaving tacks under her vehicle tires early in the morning throughout May and early June.
In a separate incident, police said that a woman went to CVS (337P E. Maple Avenue) and came back to find a note left on her car from a stranger, “who stated that he found her attractive and wanted to get to know her.”
That incident occurred around 1:45 p.m. on Wednesday (June 19).
It’s going to be a cold and rainy weekend in Fairfax County, thanks to Tropical Storm Ophelia. Tracking to make landfall in North Carolina today (Friday), the storm is expected to reach Northern Virginia tonight.
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