This incident took place off Stuart Mill Road near Oak Hill:
ASSAULT, 2500 block of Coulter Lane, 4/6/13, 11:40 p.m. Officer responded for domestic dispute. Allegedly a woman in the driveway was causing a disruption in the neighborhood. Mary Noori, 44, of Herndon, was charged with disorderly conduct, assault on a police officer, and resisting arrest.
From Fairfax County police logs:
DWI/WEAPON, Hannah Farm Road/Lasswade Lane, 9/17/12, 5:30 p.m. An officer conducted a traffic stop for a possible driver under the influence. Robert Epperson, 50, of Oakton, was charged with DWI 3rd and carrying a concealed weapon while intoxicated.
The house is in Oakton near Fox Mill Road. From the Fairfax Fire Department:
Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department units responded to a house fire, Friday, June 1, 2012, at approximately 10:20 p.m., in the Oakton area of Fairfax County. The single-family home is located at 3140 Trenholm Drive.
Firefighters encountered heavy smoke and fire coming from the roof of the two-story home upon arrival. Firefighters attacked the fire from both the interior and exterior and brought the fire under control in approximately 15 minutes. Firefighters contained the fire quickly enough to save about half the roof. There was extensive water damage to the second floor and minor damage to the first floor. The occupants escaped unharmed prior to firefighters arriving. Two adults have been displaced. Red Cross support was unnecessary.
Damage is estimated at $195,000.
According fire investigators, the fire was accidental. Lightning struck the roof, causing the fire.
This story from the Washington Post, if true, is downright creepy.
The woman told investigators she had never used prescription pain pills before meeting Oakton dentist Hamada Makarita, but on dates he would give her as many as five Vicodins or Valiums, they would drink and she would eventually pass out.
The creepy part:
While the woman was in a stupor, federal prosecutors say, Makarita snapped photos of her wearing no clothing and later sent them in bragging e-mails to an employee at his highly regarded practice.
What he could be facing:
Makarita was charged in U.S. District Court in Alexandria with distributing a controlled substance and, if convicted, could face up to 20 years in prison. He was listed among the area’s best dentists by Washingtonian and Northern Virginia magazines.