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FairfaxNewsPublic-Safety Notes, 5/13/21 edition

Public-Safety Notes, 5/13/21 edition

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News of crime and punishment across Fairfax County this week.

HOSPITAL TECHNICIAN FACES SEXUAL-ASSAULT CHARGE: Authorities have charged a 25-year-old Gainesville man for allegedly sexually assaulting a patient at Fair Oaks Hospital, Fairfax County police said.

Detectives from the department’s Major Crimes Bureau were notified Apr. 18 by hospital staff after a patient disclosed he had received a physical examination from the man who had provided him with his gown.

At the time, the victim believed the man was authorized to perform the physical examination. The victim told a physician assistant of the examination and staff immediately contacted police.


According to police, the suspect, Yoshimi Koga Contreras, told the victim to undress and then performed an examination of the victim’s body, including his genitals. Koga Contreras has no authorization or license to practice or provide medical treatment, police said.

Authorities on May 4 charged Koga Contreras with aggravated sexual battery and on May 6 arrested him in the town of Vienna. He is being held without bond at the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center.

Specialists from the Major Crimes Bureau’s Victim Services Division have been assigned to ensure that the victim is receiving appropriate resources and assistance.

Koga Contreras has worked for Inova Fair Oaks Hospital since 2016, police said.

VIENNA POLICE CITE MOTORIST AFTER VEHICLE COLLISION INJURES THREE: A motorist was traveling westbound on Old Courthouse Road, N.E., at a high rate of speed on May 1 at 6:13 p.m. when the vehicle rounded a curve, crossed over the double-yellow line, struck a mailbox and guard rail, collided head-on with a second vehicle and came to a stop at Old Courthouse Road and Westbriar Court, Vienna police said.

The driver and passenger in the striking vehicle and the driver of the second vehicle all suffered non-life-threatening injuries, police said.

Police issued the striking vehicle’s driver a summons for reckless driving.

DRIVER CITED AFTER STRIKING PEDESTRIAN IN VIENNA: A motorist was traveling northbound on Park Street, S.E., and turning left onto Kingsley Road, S.E., on May 4 at 9:32 p.m. when the vehicle struck a pedestrian who was crossing Kingsley Road in the designated crosswalk, Vienna police said.

Rescue personnel transported the pedestrian to an area hospital for treatment. Police issued the driver a summons for failure to yield to a pedestrian.

CHICKEN-DRESSED POLITICAL PARTISAN RUFFLES FEATHERS OF RESTAURANT MANAGER: Vienna police officers on May 2 at 11:52 a.m. responded to the report of a man dressed in a chicken costume harassing customers at Clarity restaurant, 442 Maple Ave., E.

Members of a political party were having a private gathering at the restaurant when the poultry-dressed man, who belonged to a political party on the other side of the proverbial road, came in to roost.

The manager of the restaurant banned the man from the property. The man flew the coop and moved to the sidewalk in the public right-of-way to continue his protest.

MAN BANNED FROM VIENNA TACO EATERY AFTER BRINGING IN OWN ALCOHOL: An employee at Taco Bamba, 164 Maple Ave., W., told Vienna police on April 30 at 9:05 p.m. that a man who previously had been asked not to return the restaurant had entered the establishment, sat in a booth without ordering anything and begun drinking an alcoholic beverage he’d brought with him.

The employee told the man in front of an officer that he was no longer permitted in the restaurant and may be charged with trespass if he returns, police said.

MAN CHARGED WITH PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS AFTER HARASSING RESTAURANT, PARK PATRONS: Vienna police arrested a 48-year-old Oakton man May 1 on a public-drunkenness charge following a pair of incidents that day.

Officers responded at 3:22 p.m. to the report of a man harassing customers and employees at Viet Aroma, 165 Glyndon St., S.E. The employee requested that the man be banned from the restaurant.

Officers advised the man that he might be charged with trespass if he returned.

At 6:45 p.m. that day, a group of juveniles told police a man had approached them at the Vienna Town Green, 144 Maple Ave., E., and made several threatening statements.

Officers located the man and, upon interacting with him, detected signs of impairment.

Police arrested the man, who was the same person banned from the restaurant earlier that day, and transported him to the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center. Authorities have charged him with being drunk in public.

PICK-UP CUSTOMER FLEES VIENNA RESTAURANT WITHOUT PAYING: An employee at Hunan Delight, 276 Cedar Lane, S.E., told Vienna police on May 1 at 9:10 p.m. that a man had come into the restaurant to pick up an order of food.

The man then fled the restaurant without paying, police said.

VIENNA POLICE CITE SOLICITOR FOR OPERATING SANS PERMIT: A Vienna police officer on April 29 at 6:58 p.m. observed a man soliciting for a pest-control service in the 300 block of Patrick Street, S.W.

The officer previously had advised the man that he required a permit to solicit in town.

Police issued the 20-year-old Wenatchee, Wash., man a summons for soliciting without a license.

VIENNA MAN REPORTS RECEIVING THREATENING MESSAGES: A man living in the 200 block of Owaissa Court, S.E., told Vienna police on May 5 at 7:05 p.m. that he had been receiving suspicious messages for months from an unknown person who was demanding money and making threats toward his family.

NOTHING STOLEN DURING ATTEMPTED BREAK-IN AT TYSONS AUTO DEALERSHIP: Someone damaged an entryway at Safford Alfa Romeo of Tysons Corner, 8448 Leesburg Pike, on May 2 at 11:50 p.m., Fairfax County police said.

Nothing appeared to have been taken, police said.

VIENNA POLICE EUTHANIZE MORE SICK RACCOONS: Continuing a trend of recent weeks, Vienna police have euthanized two more sick raccoons.

On April 27 at 5:01 p.m., police responded to the report of a sick raccoon at Echols Street and Branch Road, S.E. The officer observed that the raccoon was in grave condition and euthanized it.

On May 6 at 5:21 p.m. police responded to another call about a sick raccoon, this time at Peterson Lane Park, 575 Malcolm Road, N.W. The officer found the animal was in grave condition and euthanized the raccoon.

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