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Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office breaks up warehouse party, underage drinking in Sterling

After receiving an anonymous tip, the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office responded to a warehouse for potential underage drinking and fighting around midnight Saturday in Sterling.

When deputies arrived on scene in the 45000 block of Maries Road, they saw several people outside drinking alcohol, LCSO spokeswoman Aleksandra Kowalski said. The suspects ran inside the building and locked the door. Other party-goers who wanted to leave were prevented from doing so by the suspects, and LCSO received several calls from people inside the building.

Deputies were eventually able to get inside the warehouse and divided the crowd of about 40 people into smaller groups. During the investigation, deputies gave multiple people summons for underage possession of alcohol and released them to a sober driver.

Janey Carballo-Renderos, 20, of Herndon, was arrested and charged with false identification to law enforcement, possession of alcohol under 21 and obstruction of justice. She was released from the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center on a personal recognizance bond.

Billy W. Quezada, 21, of Herndon, was arrested and charged with public intoxication. He was also released from the detention center on a personal recognizance bond.

Zwe P. Wintzaw, 19, and Michael D. Rodriguez, 19, were not cooperative with deputies.

Wintzaw, of Sterling, was arrested and charged with burglary, conspiracy to commit vandalism, destruction of property, trespassing, obstruction of justice, abduction and possession of alcohol.

Rodriguez, also of Sterling,was arrested and charged with burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary, conspiracy to commit vandalism, two counts of abduction, destruction of property, possession of marijuana, obstruction of justice and possession of alcohol.

Wintzaw and Rodriguez are being held at the detention center without bond.

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