Recently, Vienna police received reports of a pizza bag robbery, a road rage incident involving a baseball bat and a bag of dog poop found on a porch.
A male resident reported to the police a road rage incident in the 200 block of Cedar Lane SE around 4 p.m. last Saturday (Oct. 5).
When the man pulled into the shopping center’s parking lot, “[another] driver followed him into the parking lot, then exited his vehicle with a baseball bat threatening the resident,” according to the police report.
Police found the other driver, who said that the Vienna resident “was acting aggressively toward him on the roadway and he exited the vehicle with the bat as protection,” police said.
Police said they explained the warrant process to both drivers if they decide to pursue charges.
The next day (Sunday), a pizza delivery man was allegedly assaulted by a customer outside of an apartment building in the 200 block of Terrace Court SE around 5:30 p.m.
“The customer grabbed the pizza bag from the delivery man, struck the man, then fled the area on foot without paying for the pizza,” police said.
Police arrested a 19-year-old Vienna resident for robbery on Wednesday (Oct. 9). The resident was transported to the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center and is being held without bond.
Vienna police have also received a new report of an unwanted bag of dog poop.
Yesterday (Thursday), a woman who lives in the 800 block of Glyndon Street SE reported to the police she found a bag of dog poop at her front door.
Speaking of dogs — the police took a dog without identification that was running around a farmer’s market on Saturday (Oct. 5) to the Fairfax County Animal Shelter.
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