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    Loudoun grand jury indicts 29

    A Loudoun County grand jury on July 8 indicted 29 individuals, ranging in charges from drug possession to contractor fraud. All indictments were returned as true bill.

    A Loudoun grand jury will meet again Aug. 12 and is expected to return indictments Aug. 13.

    Among those indicted were:

    • Jose Luis Avelar Lara, address unknown, who was charged Feb. 1 with five counts of distributing a schedule I or II controlled substance, three counts of distributing a controlled substance on school property and one count of distributing cocaine within 1,000 feet of school property.

    • Marie Johnson Boberski, of Westminster, Md., who was charged Jan. 18 with two counts of embezzlement and two counts of grand larceny.

    • James Clinton Dunford, of Ashburn, who was charged May 14 with unlawful wounding.

    • David William Lawson, of Hagerstown, Md., who was charged May 29, 2012, with eight counts of contractor fraud.

    • Marina E. Quintanilla Rodriguez , address unknown, who was charged Feb. 9 with two counts of obtaining drugs by fraud, conspiracy to obtain drugs by fraud, uttering and two counts of possession of oxycodone.

    • Alvin Curtis Stotts, address unknown, who is charged with maiming as a result of DWI.

    • Otis Antonio Harris, of Ashburn, who is charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance I or II and failure to re-register as a violent sex offender, second offense.

    • Thomas Fuller, of Great Falls, who was charged April 11 with possession of a weapon by a convicted felon.

    • Cheikh Ibrahim White, of Purcellville, who was charged Jan. 24 with accommodating the distribution of heroin and accommodating the distribution of cocaine.


    Comments

    I guess I am old fashioned Fedup as I have a Manton black powder and a Davis certified shotguns, wolfs beware!


    Actually my Daniel Defense M4 and Springfield .45 stand between me and the “wolf”.


    Open your eyes Loudoun. DEPUTIES are all that stand between you and the wolf. Deputies keep the evil at bay. This report is a snap shot of a weeks work, barely anything.

    Lets remind ourselves,  Loudoun is the richest around, yet LCSO is the LOWEST paid department in Northern Va….

    Bueno and York.. if we dont get a fair compensation you can rest assure we will ALL campaign against you. Sheriff, that goes for you too. You took care of your friends that you hired, you maxed out all their salaries, NOW, take care of your workers. Fight for us, represent us, speak for us.

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