Daily Crime Bulletin
Incident / Case #…
3936 Old Lee Highway / Fairfax Surf Shop – On July 5 at 4:40 PM the owner reported that he had received a telephone call from an unknown subject claiming to represent the power company and advising that the business had an overdue bill which would have to be paid immediately or power would be shut off. The victim followed instructions to obtain money cards and call back with the numbers. He then received another call demanding more payment and he subsequently contacted police. Investigation revealed that the originating telephone number was in Cambodia.
9548 Main Street / Flippin Pizza – On July 6 at 1:34 PM an employee reported that about 10:30 AM the business had received a telephone call from a male subject claiming to represent the power company and advising that their overdue bill needed to be paid immediately or service would be cut off. The employee contacted a supervisor who was out of state and who obtained the requested money cards and contacted the caller. When they realized it was a fraud, police were contacted.
9800 Block of Fairfax Boulevard – On July 7 at 2:03 AM an officer who had conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle being operated erratically determined that the driver was intoxicated. Kemal Emek Dinc, 28, of 9760 Main Street, Fairfax, was transported to the Adult Detention Center where he was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol—second offense within five years and his bond was set at $7500.