Fairfax Woman Dies in Traffic Accident

A 60-year-old Fairfax County woman was killed yesterday when her car was hit from behind at a traffic light on Richmond Highway and driven into the rear of a flatbed tow truck, county police said. They said a 27-year-old Mount Vernon area man was charged with driving under the influence in the accident.

Witnesses said Emile C. Brall, of the 8400 block of Eureka Court in the Engleside area of the county was stopped at Fort Hunt Road about 2 a.m. when her car was hit.

Police said Kevin Kloeber, of the 4300 block of Granada Street, was driving south on the highway in a Pontiac Firebird when he hit Brall's car. He was also charged with driving with a suspended license, police said. They said he had been convicted of driving under the influence twice in the past 10 years.

Adelphi Man Charged With Rape

Arlington police charged a 58-year-old Adelphi man with raping a 16-year-old Prince George's County girl July 1 at a motel in the 3300 block of Lee Highway.

Kenneth Isidore Gaulteau, of the 9200 block of Edwards Way, was being held on $10,000 bond, police said.

The 16-year-old was befriended over several years by Gaulteau, police said. They declined to say how the girl met Gaulteau. He bought her a computer and a television and also paid for groceries and other services for her family, they said.

Police alleged that the girl was taken to motels in Arlington four times between December 1998 and last month. They said the girl's parents learned of the contact and told police.

Hospital Employee Charged in Sodomy

A 35-year-old former medical technician has been charged with forcibly sodomizing a patient in the emergency room of Inova Fairfax Hospital last spring, Fairfax County police said yesterday.

Police obtained a warrant Thursday night for Ibrahim H. Mohamud, whose last known address was the 1800 block of Ninth Street NW. He was at large Friday, and hospital officials said they had not seen him since the incident occurred March 30.


More Charges Against Substitute Teacher

A former substitute teacher, who is awaiting trial on federal charges that he sexually molested two teenage students, was indicted this week on new allegations concerning two more boys, prosecutors said yesterday.

Kenneth Atlantis Long, 34, pleaded not guilty to the new charges yesterday in U.S. District Court in Washington. He remains jailed without bond.

Long, of Northwest Washington, was charged last spring with sexually abusing two brothers he met through a teaching job at Hammond Middle School in Alexandria. The new charges accuse Long of accosting a boy from Maryland and one from Puerto Rico.

Prosecutors said the youths were coaxed into sexual activity with gifts that included money and clothing.


Description of Bank Robber Released

Montgomery County police have released a detailed description of a man who robbed a bank in Wheaton on Tuesday.

The robber gave a teller at the NationsBank in the 12000 block of Viers Mill Road a note saying he was armed and demanding money, police said. They said he got some cash and fled on foot. They described him as white, 30 to 40 years old, 5-feet, 11-inches tall, and thin. He had a dark mustache with blond or gray highlights, and several days of beard growth on a face with sunken features. He wore a dark T-shirt, jeans, sunglasses and a baseball hat with its bill turned backward. The police robbery unit can be reached at 240-773-5100; Crime Solvers at 800-673-2777.