Leesburg Today Online—Daily News Coverage of Loudoun County, Leesburg, Ashburn: Crime

May 22, 2015
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Mailbox Takes Hit, DWI Suspect Goes To Jail

A 37-year-old Sterling man was arrested Sunday night after crashing into a mailbox and eluding deputies.


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Friday 02/13/2015
Update: Video Released In Convenience Store Robbery

Detectives with the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office have released video surveillance of the Feb. 11 armed robbery at the High-Up Food Mart in Sterling.

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Thursday 02/12/2015
Customer Helps Fight Armed Robber At Sterling Convenience Store

The Loudoun Sheriff’s Office is looking for the suspect who fought off a clerk and a customer to escape after an armed robbery in Sterling Wednesday night.

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Wednesday 02/11/2015
Sterling Man Pleads Guilty In Oxy Ring

A Sterling man faces up to 20 years in a federal prison for the distribution of thousands of oxycodone pills.

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Tuesday 01/27/2015
Two Charged With Attempted Murder In Lansdowne Shooting

A Monday night shooting in Lansdowne has two men behind bars facing attempted murder charges.

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Monday 01/26/2015
Sterling Man Charged With Striking Deputy

A Sterling man faces the possibility of spending one to five years in prison after he allegedly hit a deputy Friday morning.

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Friday 01/23/2015
LCSO: Sterling Man Hired Killer For Ex-Wife

A Sterling man faces a charge of attempted capital murder in an alleged murder-for-hire plot.

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Shots Fired In Road Rage Altercation; Suspect Sought

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a road rage case that erupted in gunfire Thursday morning.

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Suspected DUI Driver Arrested After Two Crashes

A Sterling man is in jail facing a DUI charge after wreaking havoc on Sterling streets Tuesday night.

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Wednesday 01/21/2015
Leesburg Police Warn Of K2 And Spice Usage

Following a surge in medical emergencies from the illegal use of synthetic marijuana, the Leesburg Police Department today issued a new warning to parents and children about the dangerous side effects of K2 and Spice.

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