Sept. 7, 10 a.m.
A patron of the McDonald's on Defender Drive in South Riding found a gun in the parking lot. It was turned over to the Sheriff's Office and was returned to the owner when it was later reported missing.
Impersonating law enforcement
Sept. 6, 9 p.m.
A group of young adults were gathering in the basement of a home at the 41000 block of Cordgrass Circle in Chantilly when a man entered through an unlocked basement door. He identified himself as a police officer, demanded all the alcohol present and then left.
Sept. 6, 5 p.m.
A man was assaulted by three assailants near the 4200 block of Ryan Road. The suspects, two men and a woman, were unknown to the victim.
Several Loudoun residents, including those residing in Brambleton, Chantilly, Leesburg and Sterling, were the victims of an apparent phone scam in an attempt swindle money. In each of the incidents, the caller identified himself as a member of the Sheriff's Office and told them that they had a warrant or fine outstanding that could only be taken care of by wiring money or obtaining a "green dot gift card" from a local store. The Sheriff's Office later released a warning regarding the swindle, available here
Source: Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.
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