Grand jury indicts 44 in June
The grand jury will meet again July 14.
Some of the more noteworthy indictments are listed below.
•Mehrabul Azim of Ashburn was indicted for assault and battery of a family member for an event that took place March 12.
•Susan Coggins of Chantilly was charged with three counts of indecent liberties with a child by custodian for events that took place in October and November in 2013. She was arrested in April and is scheduled to go to trial in December.
•Ashley Michelle Coleman of Falls Church was charged with petit larceny and misdemeanor assault and battery for a Jan. 26 incident. She is expected to plead guilty in July.
•Amy Beth Dewitt of Leesburg was indicted for cruelty and injuries to a child for a Jan. 15 incident.
•Juan Francisco Garcia Soriano of Laurel, Md. was charged with driving under the influence, his third in less than 10 years and subsequent child abuse and neglect for a March 18 offense in which he drove drunk with a child in the car. Garcia Soriano is currently a fugitive and a bench order has been issued for his arrest.
•Yaarob Fared Hamed of Centreville was indicted for nine counts of breaking and entering to commit larceny, five counts of grand larceny, one count of conspiracy to commit grand larceny and felony destruction of property, all stemming from a Sept. 16 incident. Hamed also faces counts in Warrenton from a Sept. 12 break in Oak Springs Plaza shopping center.
•Laura Ann Hotaling of Sterling was arrested for driving under the influence and child abuse and neglect for getting pulled over April 4 with a blood alcohol content level above .2.
•Jose Eliseo Membreno Lovo of Leesburg was indicted for taking indecent liberties with a child, an event that occurred March 5, 2012. He was arrested May 1 and is scheduled to plead guilty June 23.
•Thomas Raynor Walton, previously of Sterling, was indicted for three counts of grand larceny of $200 or more and three counts of larceny with intent to sell or distribute stemming from a July 17 incident. Walton already boasts a lengthy record in Loudoun, having pleaded guilty to possession of heroin, possession of cocaine, assault and battery of a law enforcement officer, possession of a controlled substance and grand larceny.
•Tanade Warsame of Sterling was indicted on two counts of assault and battery, one count of malicious wounding and one count of attempted robbery from an April 4 incident. Warsame is no stranger to crime, having previously been arrested for attempted robbery and a myriad of drug and alcohol offenses.
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