LOUDOUN SHERIFF POLICE BEAT: Early Bird Special Went Bad
INEBRIATED GEEZER JAILED FOLLOWING ASSAULT OF RESTAURANT MANAGER
PURCELLVILLE, VA. – Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman reports that John A. Robertson, 78, of Lake Frederick, Va., allegedly bopped the manager of a restaurant on Main Street in Purcellville at about 5:30 pm on May 30, 2019.
Police say that the victim declined to seek assault charges after Robertson was locked up for public intoxication. Robertson was later released from the Loudoun County Jail on a Personal Recognizance Bond.
PAIR CHARGED WITH STRANGLING AND KIDNAPPING
STERLING, VA. – Loudoun County Sheriff Deputies responded to the 400 block of Bailey Court in Sterling, Va., on May 30, 2019 at 8:12 pm for reports of a domestic assault. Instead of trying a little kindness, these two alleged bozos allegedly kidnapped a woman, strangled her as they forced her into a vehicle against her will.
Police say that Carlos Diaz, 19, of Herndon was charged with Strangulation and Abduction. Maudillio Tuche, 41, of Sterling was charged with Abduction. Both are being held at the Loudoun County Jail on no bond.
DWI HIT PARADE: Jeff Dossman’s great booze adventure wasn’t his first rodeo
STERLING, VA. – Many police officers have learned the hard way to take the keys out of the ignition before waking up a sleeping and suspected drunk driver.
On May 31, 2019 at 1:18 am, Loudoun County Sheriff Deputies responded to the 46300 block of Potomac Run Plaza in Sterling, Va., for reports of a suspicious vehicle with the driver slumped over the steering wheel.
When deputies attempted to speak with the driver, Jeff W. Dossman, police say that he fled from the scene in his vehicle and a pursuit was initiated. During the pursuit the driver mounted several curbs and struck a parked vehicle before coming to a stop.
Dossman, 30, of Herndon was charged with Driving While Intoxicated (2nd offense), Eluding Law Enforcement, Hit and Run, and Driving Without a Valid License. Dossman was being held at the Loudoun County Jail.
DWI HIT PARADE: Deputies separated crash participants and declared Robert Daughtry winner of free ride to jail
LEESBURG, VA. – Not being intoxicated behind the wheel makes for better drivers and less wrecks – just ask any tow truck driver who is sitting in his garage just waiting for the phone to ring.
Loudoun Sheriff Deputies responded at 9:24 pm on May 29, 2019, for reports of a two-vehicle crash at Belmont Ridge Road and Promenade Drive in Leesburg, Va.
Deputies determined that one of the drivers was under the influence of alcohol. The awardee for complimentary handcuffs and a free ride to jail was Robert Lance Daughtry, 53, of Leesburg, Va. Daughtry was charged by Deputy M. Altobelli with Driving While Intoxicated and was later released from the Loudoun County Jail on a $1,500 unsecured bond and will appear in court on Aug. 15, 2019.