Posted on Apr 21, 2011
Around 1 a.m. on Tuesday, April 5, 2011, Fairfax County police officers were called to a home located in the 14500 block of Lock Drive, in Centreville's Country Club Manor community for disorderly behavior. The report indicated Luis Caballos, 28, punched out a window in the home, set fire to a couple items, and locked himself in the bathroom.

When Fairfax County police got to the home, Caballos fled the premises. He drove away in a Volkswagen and hit a fence at the Chantilly National Golf Club. Officers allegedly witnessed him driving erratically as he hit another car on Route 28 North, close to I-66. The 29-year-old driver of the other car did suffer injuries and had to be taken to an area hospital for medical care.

Caballos continued traveling on Route 28 North towards I-66 East, where he hit a police officer's car twice. Virginia State Police got Caballos's car to stop at Route 7100. When Caballos got out of his vehicle, cops allege that they had to use a taser because he became combative.

He was arrested for a number of crimes including hit-and-run, assault on a law-enforcement officer, arson of an occupied dwelling, disregarding a police command to stop, intentionally damaging property, and driving while impaired in Virginia.

He was held without bond in the Adult Detention Center.

If you have been arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs in Northern Virginia, please call the Wilson Law Firm at (800) DUI-LWYR, and we will provide you with a free legal consultation.