Fairfax County Police Incident Report – August 12, 2011

Section I: WEEKLY ARRESTS FOR SELECTED CHARGES
Domestic violence-related charges: 45
Illegal drug-related charges: 98
DWI-related charges: 76
*These numbers are based on preliminary data which undergoes frequent modification and may
not reconcile with year-end totals.
Section II: MAJOR INCIDENTS
COUNTYWIDE
*PARENTAL ABDUCTION: Fairfax County Crime Solvers is asking for the public’s
assistance in locating Mario Olguin. Olguin is currently wanted for felony parental abduction
after violating a court order for child visitation. Mario Olguin picked up his 4-year-old son on
Friday, July 29, for a scheduled weekend visitation. On Sunday, July 31, the child’s 26-year-old
mother went to Olguin’s home to get her son and discovered them both gone. A police
investigation determined Olguin left the area with his son on Friday, July 29. They were seen in
Dallas, Texas on Saturday, July 30, by a family member and the child was reported to be in good
condition. Investigators are working with our federal partners to locate Mario Olguin and his
son; there is a possibility they may have crossed over the border into Mexico, Olguin’s home of
origin. Mario Olguin is 29 years old. He is about 5 feet 7 inches tall and 150 pounds with brown
eyes and black hair. A photo of Olguin is available online.Anyone with information is asked to
contact Crime Solvers by phone at 1-866-411-TIPS(8477), e-mail at
www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES(274637). A $100
to $1,000 cash reward will be paid for information that leads to an arrest. As always, callers
never have to give their names or appear in court. Find us on Facebook.
*DEER MANAGEMENT PROGRAM: The 2011-2012 Fairfax County Deer Management
Program will run from September 2011 through March 2012. The Deer Management Program
utilizes all three population control methods currently permitted by the Virginia Department of
Game and Inland Fisheries — archery, managed hunts and sharpshooting. The sharpshooting and
managed hunts will be conducted at selected park sites throughout the county. Public information
meetings for the archery portion will be held in each district where the selected parks are located;
the public meetings begin on Tuesday, August 9. Those interested may visit our website at
www.fairfaxcounty.gov/living/animals for detailed information and dates and locations of those
meeting places. Last year’s program recorded a harvest of 815 deer, the largest on record since
the deer management program began in January, 1998. Sharpshooting operations conducted at 15
parks yielded 226 deer. Managed hunts were conducted at four parks with a yield of 137 deer.
The Archery program was conducted at 11 parks with a yield of 452 deer. More information
about the Fairfax County Deer Management Program is available on the Fairfax County website
at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/living/animals/wildlife/management/deer-management.htm.
Information about our native wildlife and wildlife management is available on the Fairfax
County website at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/living/animals/wildlife
FCPD Activity Report through 8/10/11.
FAIRFAX COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT ¨ PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE ¨ 703-246-2253
*POLICE VOLUNTEERS: By day, they hold positions such as lawyers, analysts, and
technology specialists, but during their off-hours they donate much of their spare time to keeping
Fairfax County safe as volunteers for the Fairfax County Police Department. With 115 active
Auxiliary Police Officers (APOs), this vital program just surpassed one million hours of service,
giving back to the community of Fairfax County. Introduced in 1983 with just 52 men and
women, the Auxiliary program has grown over the years in numbers and in its role. Today
APOs serve an expanded role conducting numerous public safety tasks which free up paid
officers to perform other law enforcement-related functions. APOs are sworn volunteers, trained
to perform a variety of police operational support and administrative duties, including traffic
control, prisoner transfers, crime prevention, crowd control, sobriety checkpoint duties, and
many more. These volunteer officers undergo nearly 600 hours of training and are committed
professionals, often stepping up to work long hours when public safety duties call. According to
Lieutenant Alan Hanson, supervisor of the program, APOs are a force multiplier and are
indispensable to the agency. “We couldn’t provide the high level of service our residents expect
without them,” he said. Over the 28 year history of the program 446 APOs have served
contributing to the achievement of this significant accomplishment.
SULLY DISTRICT STATION (DISTRICT 1)
*UPDATE: HOMICIDE: Police responded to a home at 5781 Ladues End Court around 3:53
p.m. on Thursday, October 7 and located Yong S. Yun dead in his home with trauma to the upper
body. Homicide detectives have released an image of a vehicle they believe was in the area of
Ladues End Court and Fairfax County Parkway around the time of Yong Suk Yun’s murder. The
image is of an older-model, white pickup truck with a utility or landscaping trailer attached to it.
This is not a picture of the suspect vehicle; it is a representation based on information received
during the investigation. The vehicle image can be viewed at:
http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/news-releases/2011/080911updateyunhomitrkpic.htm If
anyone recalls seeing a pickup truck similar to the one depicted in the image at any time prior to
the murder, contact Crime Solvers by phone at 1-866-411-TIPS/8477, e-mail at
www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES/274637 or call
Fairfax County Police at 703-691-2131.
MOUNT VERNON DISTRICT STATION (DISTRICT 2)
MALICIOUS WOUNDING/ARREST: Police arrested a man for cutting an acquaintance, a
19-year-old woman during an argument around 4 a.m. on Thursday, August 4 in the 2700 block
of Mennifield Court. Raymond A. H. Tillman, 21, of 3808 El Camino Place in Alexandria, was
charged with malicious wounding. The victim was transported to the hospital with non lifethreatening
injuries.
ROBBERY: A teenaged boy robbed a 50-year-old man in the 2100 block of Fairfax Terrace
around 10:05 p.m. on Sunday, August 7. The victim was taken to the hospital with non lifethreatening
injuries.
FCPD Activity Report through 8/10/11.
FAIRFAX COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT ¨ PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE ¨ 703-246-2253
ATTEMPTED ROBBERY: A man attempted to rob a 50-year-old woman at knifepoint in the
8400 block of Richmond Highway around 10:30 p.m. on Monday, August 8. The suspect fled
without taking anything. He was described as Hispanic, between 18 and 30 years old, about 5
feet 8 inches tall and between 185 to 200 pounds. His face was covered and he was wearing a
black T-shirt and black jeans. The victim was not injured.
ROBBERY: A man robbed a 12-year-old boy of his iPod and headphones on Tuesday, August 9
around 9 p.m. in the 2800 block of Groveton Street. The suspect was described as black, in his
early 20s, between 5 feet 9 inches and 6 feet tall and about 150 pounds. The victim did not
require medical attention.
MCLEAN DISTRICT STATION (DISTRICT 3)
GRAND LARCENY/POSSESSION OF STOLEN PROPERTY WITH THE INTENT TO
SELL/ARREST: Police arrested a man for stealing a woman’s phone in the 8000 block of
Tysons Corner Center, around 5 p.m. on Thursday, August 4. Christopher F. Jiron, 18, of 3701
South George Mason Drive #1114N in Falls Church, was charged with grand larceny and
possession of stolen property with the intent to sell. The victim was not injured.
MASON DISTRICT STATION (DISTRICT 4)
ROBBERY: Two men robbed a 21-year-old man at gunpoint in the area of Beauregard Street
and Lachine Lane around 3:20 a.m. on Thursday, August 4. The suspects were described as
black, in their early 20s, wearing black T-shirts, jeans and black baseball caps. One suspect was
about 6 feet 3 inches tall and 180 pounds; the other suspect was about 5 feet 3 inches tall, 130
pounds and his face was covered with a white cloth. The victim was not injured.
ROBBERY: Three men assaulted and robbed a 32-year-old man in the 6300 block of Little
River Turnpike around 10:30 p.m. on Friday, August 5. The suspects were described as
Hispanic, about 5 feet 5 inches tall and 155 pounds. One suspect was about 20 years old and
another was about 30 years old. The victim went to the hospital the following day with lifethreatening
injuries and reported the incident to police.
RESTON DISTRICT STATION (DISTRICT 5)
*UPDATE: ABDUCTION/ROBBERY: Police are investigating a report of a family that was
abducted from their apartment in the San Moritz Circle complex, robbed, and left in a remote
area of Fairfax County on Thursday, July 28 around 9:30 p.m. Detectives have released video of
a man seen walking in the area of the abduction/robbery around the time the incident occurred.
They believe this man could have important information related to the case and ask him, or
anyone who recognizes him, to contact the police. The video can be viewed at:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRK67avYDUo

TRESPASS ON SCHOOL PROPERTY AFTER DARK/ARREST: Police arrested four 14-
year-old boys for trespassing at Herndon Elementary School, located at 630 Dranesville Road,
FCPD Activity Report through 8/10/11.
FAIRFAX COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT ¨ PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE ¨ 703-246-2253
around 1 a.m. on Saturday, August 6. The suspects were charged with trespassing on school
property after dark and released to their parents.
FRANCONIA DISTRICT STATION (DISTRICT 6)
*BANK ROBBERY/ARREST: Police are investigating a bank robbery that occurred
Wednesday, August 3. Around 12:20 p.m. a man entered the SunTrust Bank at 9400 Richmond
Highway. The suspect implied he had a weapon and demanded money. The suspect then fled
with an undisclosed amount of cash. There were no injuries. While responding on Lorton Road
just prior to Armistead Road, a police officer located the suspect and arrested him. William J.
Kistler, 51, of no fixed address, was charged with robbery and use of a firearm in the
commission of a felony.
DISCHARGING A WEAPON IN AN OCCUPIED DWELLING/POSSESSION OF
MARIJUANA/ARREST: Police arrested a man for allegedly firing a gun inside a home in the
7000 block of Clifton Knoll Court around 1:30 a.m. on Thursday, August 4. Greg W. Smith, 44,
of 7005 Clifton Knoll Court in Alexandria, was charged with discharging a firearm in an
occupied dwelling and possession of marijuana. No one was injured.
MALICIOUS WOUNDING/ARREST: Police arrested a man for assaulting a 20-year-old man
with a beer bottle around 4:45 a.m. on Sunday, August 7 in the 8700 block of Lagrange Street.
Carl G. Fry, 21, of 10807 Steen Lee Court in Fairfax, was arrested and charged with malicious
wounding. The victim was taken to the hospital with non life-threatening injuries. The suspect
and victim were known to each other.
BRANDISHING A FIREARM/CARRYING A CONCEALED WEAPON/ARREST: Police
arrested two men after one of them allegedly brandished a gun at a 20-year-old man in the area
of Graysons Mill Lane and Lorton Station Boulevard around 8:50 p.m. on Sunday, August 7.
Tonny A. Useda-Morales, 23, of 8330 Moline Place in Springfield, was charged with carrying a
concealed weapon. Luis A. Useda-Morales, 24, also of 8330 Moline Place in Springfield, was
charged with brandishing a firearm. Both suspects were released on a summons. The victim was
not injured.
ROBBERY: Two men, ages 25 and 47, were robbed at gunpoint around 10:50 p.m. on Sunday,
August 7 in the 6500 block of Lee Valley Drive. The suspects were described as black, in their
20s, about 6 feet tall and 160 pounds, wearing large, white T-shirts, dark pants and flat-brimmed
baseball caps. Neither victim was injured.
WEST SPRINGFIELD DISTRICT STATION (DISTRICT 7)
*UPDATE: FATAL CRASH/ARREST: Tuong Nguyen, 63, of Towson, Md., was charged
with failing to yield right of way on Tuesday, August 3. She was released on a summons.
Nguyen’s charge stems from a fatal crash that occurred on Saturday, July 16, around 7 p.m. at
the intersection of Braddock Road and Twinbrook Road. She was operating a 1997 Lexus sedan
westbound on Braddock Road when she attempted to turn left on Twinbrook Road in front of
two motorcyclists, who each struck the passenger-side of the Lexus. The two men and a female
FCPD Activity Report through 8/10/11.
FAIRFAX COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT ¨ PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE ¨ 703-246-2253

passenger on the 45-year-old man’s bike were all transported to Inova Fairfax Hospital. William
Tyler Cowherd, of 4605 Medford Drive in Annandale, died from his injuries a short time later.
*FATAL CRASH: Three people died after a three-vehicle crash near Backlick Road and
Fullerton Road on Wednesday, August 10 around 6 p.m. An investigation determined a man
driving a 1993 Toyota pickup truck was headed southbound on Backlick Road; he had one
passenger in his vehicle. For unknown reasons, the Toyota crossed over the median and struck a
1999 Jeep Cherokee head-on, then side-swiped a 1996 Oldsmobile sedan. The pickup truck
flipped and came to rest on its roof in the northbound lanes. The driver of the Toyota, James A.
Cetto II, 39, of 4656 Evansdale Road in Dale City, was transported to the hospital and
pronounced dead. Cetto’s passenger, a 41-year-old man, was ejected from the truck and
pronounced dead at the scene. Katherine F. Miller, 52, of 7207 Evanston Road in Springfield,
suffered significant head trauma and was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the
Oldsmobile, a 47-year-old man, did not require medical attention. The drivers of the Oldsmobile
and the Jeep were wearing seatbelts; the occupants in the Toyota were not. The name of the third
victim will be released pending next of kin notification.
FAIR OAKS DISTRICT STATION (DISTRICT 8)
No major incidents reported

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