Lance E. Schaible

Lieutenant Lance Edward Schaible is an officer of the Fairfax County Police Department.


He married fellow FCPD officer Erin F. Schaible and together they had three children.[1]


On July 27, 2005, following a contempt of cop incident, Lieutenant Schaible used the "touch a cop, go to jail" gambit as a pretext to arrest Fairfax County Planning Commisioner Ronald W. Koch in the offices of Sully District Supervisor Michael R. Frey at the Sully Governmental Center when Koch, who also worked a process server, served a subpoena there.[2][3]

Although Schaible was not formally discplined by the FCPD, it appears that he was given a what the Japanese call a window seat, as by 2012, Schaible was still a second lieutenant, now acting as the unit supervisor of the FCPD's Marine Patrol Unit.[4]


  1. Schaible, Erin. "Welcome Captain Erin Schaible!" Focus on Franconia (Nov.-Dec. 2007): 1. FCPD Newsletters. Fairfax County Police Department, 14 Nov. 2007. Web. 4 Feb. 2012.
  2. Jackman, Tom. "3 Fairfax Officers Sued for Assault; Planning Official was at Sully Station to Give Subpoena." The Washington Post: B.1. National Newspapers Core. Jul 24 2007. Web. 11 Feb. 2012.
  3. Jackman, Tom. "Officers Testify in Lawsuit Over Arrest." The Washington Post: 0. Aug 30 2007. ProQuest. Web. 8 May 2014.
  4. Cobb, Deb. "Responding to Underwater Scenario." Connection Newspapers. Connection Newspapers, 16 July 2012. Web. 08 May 2014.