(April 22, 2013) – The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office was kept busy over the last couple of days with a wild car chase and DUI in South Riding, an accidental shooting in Ashburn, a robber with a firearm in Sterling and the latest in a series of exposure cases:
Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office Daily Crime Report
04/18/13 2245 hrs.
200 block Greenfield Ct. Sterling
Exposure: A female teenager reported that an unknown male exposed himself to her while she was outside of her residence. The subject was described as a Hispanic male in his mid-to-late teens, 5â€™10â€ tall with a thin build. He was wearing a red sweatshirt and Khaki pants/shorts. A canvass of the area was conducted but no subject was located. Similar cases were reported on March 31st on Wedgedale Drive and on April 8th on Avondale Drive. In all three cases, the subject has not made any attempts to make physical or verbal contact with the victims. A possible suspect in these cases was identified during a similar incident on April 20th.
04/19/13 2211 hrs.
1000 block Marsden Ct. Sterling
Robbery/Narcotics Violation: Deputies responded to the area for a report of a robbery. The victim, a 19-year-old male from Sterling, reported that he was robbed by several known acquaintances. The victim told authorities he was with three acquaintances when one of them grabbed him and a second suspect displayed a firearm. Cash was taken from the victim. The three suspects were identified and located. Trent T. Binford, 18, of Sterling, was charged with robbery and use of a firearm during the commission of a felony. Stephen L. Furr, 19, of Herndon, was charged with robbery and possession of narcotics. Binford and Furr remain held without bond at the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center. The third suspect, a 17-year-old male from Sterling, was charged with robbery and is held at the Loudoun County Juvenile Detention Center. His name cannot be released due to the fact he is a minor.
04/20/13 2027 hrs.
700 block Sugarland Run Dr. Sterling
Exposure: Deputies responded to a residence for a report of a young male who had exposed himself to an adult female. The victim reported hearing noises while she was outside of her residence. She opened the back gate and observed a male subject exposing himself. A possible suspect was located and identified as a 13-year-old male. He was returned to the custody of family members as the investigation continues. This case is possibly related to similar cases in the area.
04/21/13 04/22/13 1400 hrs. 0000 hrs.
47600 block Loweland Ter.
Sterling Burglary: A residence was reported entered through a rear sliding glass door and cash was taken.
04/20/13 1200 hrs.
43600 block Greenway Corporate Drive Ashburn
Shooting: Deputies responded to the Emergency Room of Inova Loudoun Hospital at Lansdowne for a victim of a gunshot wound. The 33-year-old male from Leesburg unintentionally discharged his firearm while storing his weapon. His injuries were non-lilfe-threatening. The case is being reviewed by the Office of the Commonwealthâ€™s Attorney.
04/20/13 2323 hrs.
Whippoorwill Ter./Bald Eagle Ter. South Riding
Pursuit/DUI: A traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle. The driver continued to drive without stopping and a pursuit was initiated. The vehicle came to a stop near Nations Street and Tall Cedars Parkway. As a deputy approached the vehicle, the suspect struck the rear bumper of a patrol vehicle and then accelerated, nearly striking a deputy. The vehicle then fled at a high rate of speed, disregarding a red traffic signal and several stop signs. The vehicle lost control near East Gate View Drive and Tall Cedars Parkway and crashed into a small pond. The suspect was removed from the vehicle and taken into custody. Tehal S. Pandher, 26, Leesburg, was charged with DWI (2nd in 5 Years), Simple Assault on Law Enforcement, Speeding to Elude and Driving on a Restricted License. He declined medical treatment at the scene. Pandher remains held without bond at the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center.