Herndon man pleads guilty to fleeing deputies after domestic dispute
A Herndon man arrested after busting the back windshield of a woman’s vehicle on Sept. 21 and then running from authorities pleaded guilty today in Loudoun County Circuit Court.
Elliott D. Lansdowne, 21, pleaded guilty to breaking and entering at night, speeding to elude and making a threatening call.
He’s scheduled for sentencing at 1 p.m. April 12.
According to reports, the 5:57 p.m. incident began in the 1400 block Brethour Court in Sterling when a woman flagged down a deputy to tell them Lansdowne had used a blunt object to damage her vehicle.
Loudoun County deputies later found Lansdowne and stopped him in the area of Potomac View Road and Algonkian Parkway. He attempted to flee in excess of the posted speed limit. At one point Lansdowne lost control of his car and struck a curb, where it became disabled.
Lansdowne remains held without bond at the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center.
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