Friday, May 3, 2013
The Washington Post reported Friday that the Clifton resident, a former undersecretary of the Navy, was arrested on charges of possessing and reproducing child pornography.
Clifton resident James Daniel Howard, known as J. Daniel Howard, has been arrested on charges of child pornography, according to a story in Friday's Washington Post. He was charged with two counts of possessing child pornography and two counts of reproducing child pornography. WJLA reports that Howard, 69, was arrested Jan. 15 and that he allegedly committed the crimes Aug. 25 and Aug. 27. The Fairfax County resident is a former undersecretary of the Navy and official in the administration of President Ronald Reagan, as deputy press secretary for foreign affairs. He also held positions with the Foreign Service and State Department, the newspaper reported. Howard once ordered sexual harassment training after what he described as disgraceful…
Thursday, May 2, 2013
The following incidents were reported to the Sully and West Springfield District Stations, which include parts of Fairfax Station and Clifton.
Sully District Station Traffic stop A 22-year-old Fairfax man was charged with speeding to elude, driving on a suspended license, and improperly mounted license plate. The Fairfax County Police Department reports that at 3 p.m. Wednesday on I-66 and Sully Road, police tried to pull over a motorcycle, but the motorcyclist sped away. A helicopter came into assist, and police arrested Eric Eberhardt in the incident. Larcenies: West Springfield District Station Burglary A resident reported jewelry stolen from their Annandale home. The incident took place at 8:15 p.m. on Wednesday on the 4700 block of Commons Drive. Police said the burglar entered the home through an unlocked door. Larcenies:
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
The taxi driver has a broken jaw.
Update: Ed Dahlberg of Clifton is scheduled to appear at a preliminary hearing at the Fairfax County General District Court on May 24. Dahlberg, 52, is charged with misdemeanor assault and failing to pay a taxi driver on the early morning of Friday, April 26. The driver, Salim Mohamed of Great Falls, took an 11 minutes of video of Dahlberg drunkenly arguing over Muslim extremism. Salim, a US Army veteran, picked up Dahlberg at the Country Club of Fairfax at around midnight. “If you’re a [expletive] Muslim flying jets into the World Trade Center, then [expletive] you, I will slice your [expletive] throat right now,” Dahlberg said. Dahlberg then knocked the phone away as Salim tried to call the police. Dahlberg then fled the scene on …
The cabbie claims the Clifton resident fractured his jaw and likened him to terrorists.
The attorney for Ed Dahlberg, the Clifton resident who was charged with assaulting a cab driver on Friday, April 26, released a statement Wednesday denying that his client punched the driver and fractured his jaw. The driver, Mohamed Salim of Great Falls, picked up Dahlberg at the Country Club of Fairfax after midnight on Friday. The conversation took a turn when Dahlberg began making aggressive comments against Muslims, and asked Salim to apologize for the Sept. 11 attacks. Salim, a US Army veteran, recorded an 11-minute video on his cell phone, portions of which were released by the Washington Post. He claims that Dahlberg compared him to the Boston Marathon bombers and that when Salim stopped recording to call police, Dahlberg knocked…
The latest incident reports for the Sully and West Springfield District Stations, which includes parts of Fairfax Station and Clifton.
Sully District Station Burglary A resident reported that someone forced their way into their Fairfax Station home, but nothing was stolen, according to the Fairfax County Police Department. The incident was reported at 5:35 p.m. on Tuesday on the 7100 block of Woodglen Court. The person forced their way in through a pet door, police reported. Unauthorized Use A 37-year-old Chantilly man was charged with speed to elude, driving on revoked operator’s license, and resisting arrest. Police were called at 1:15 p.m. Tuesday to the 13900 block of Rockland Village Drive in Chantilly for a report of an unauthorized use of a vehicle. Police spotted the vehicle in a parking lot, and the car sped away. Police caught up to driver. Arman Dueno was …
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
The following incidents were reported Monday to the Fairfax County Police Department's Sully and West Springfield District Stations.
Sully District Station Assault Police say that a 55-year-old man stopped his car to stop two groups of teenagers from fighting, only to have them turn their attention to him. The incident took place at 4:15 p.m. Monday at the intersection of Spring Pond Road and Sunset Ridge Road in the Centreville area, according to the Fairfax County Police Department. Police said that the teens struck the man several times before he was able to get away. The victim reported minor injuries. West Springfield District Station Larcenies:
Monday, April 29, 2013
The incident took place on the 13300 block of Balmoral Greens Avenue.
The following incidents were reported in the Sully District Station, which includes portions of Clifton and Centreville. Burglary On Sunday, a resident reported that someone tried to steal their ATV and lawn mower, according to the Fairfax County Police Department. The incident was reported at 6 p.m. on the 13300 block of Balmoral Greens Avenue in Clifton. The resident told police that someone had tried to get to the items by opening a garage door. No items were taken. Other items in the Sully District Station:
Here's the weekly arrest list.
A 21-year-old Lorton man living in the 7367 block of Rhonda Drive in Lorton was arrested for strangling a family member, resulting in a bodily injury, on April 22. The following list of arrests in the Lorton and Fairfax Station-areas has been provided by the Fairfax County Police Department. Arrests do not indicate a conviction: Look at the clock. It's time to follow us on Facebook and Twitter!
Top news of the week from our Patches around Virginia and DC.
Patch has 31 community sites in Virginia and D.C. Here are some of the top stories from around the region over the past week. 16. Mark Wahlberg Visits: Actor Mark Wahlberg visited T.C. Williams High School on Wednesday morning for an assembly presented by Get Schooled, a nonprofit that aims to engage high school students in an effort to improve graduation rates and empower more students to achieve in college. “I had to work really hard to get where I’m at,” Wahlberg said. “And I don’t mind working really hard to try and maintain it." 15. Runner Pledges 30 Races: Arlington resident Lauren Bailey is halfway through a personal challenge that has been daunting and exhilarating — running 30 races in one year, the year of her 30th birthday. …
Saturday, April 27, 2013
Drop off your expired, used, or unwanted prescription drugs in Kingstowne.
Saturday is National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, and Fairfax Station-area locations will serve as drop-off points. The event is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at several locations, including the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration headquarters at 551 Army Navy Drive. The event is meant to help residents dispose of potentially dangerous expired, unused, or unwanted prescription drugs, according to the DEA. Since 2010, law enforcement officials and the DEA have taken in more than 2 million pounds of expired prescription drugs, according to a press release from the administration. Keep up with Kingstowne news and events by signing up for our free newsletter. Learn more here!