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Vienna Police: Disorderly Man Threw Chocolate at Vehicle

A disorderly man allegedly threw a piece of chocolate at another man’s vehicle after the owner said he wasn’t interested in selling it, according to the Vienna Police Department.

The incident occurred on Thursday, Nov. 7, around noon.

More from the police report:

A citizen advised that he was approached by a man in the parking lot of 150 Branch Road, SE. The man asked how much he wanted to sell his vehicle for, then became disorderly when he said he was not interested. The citizen advised the man threw a piece of chocolate at his vehicle before driving off.

The man was located and advised it was the citizen who became irate when he asked about the vehicle, so he immediately left the area.

Police told the citizen about the warrant process, in case he wants to pursue charges for the man.

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