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    Three charged in Sterling stabbing

    Three Sterling men have been charged in connection with an Aug. 23 stabbing that left a 32-year-old Ashburn man with serious injuries.

    Marcos A. Guevara, 21; Wilber Escobar, 18, and Juan C. Reyes, 19, were charged with malicious wounding by mob, malicious wounding, and attempted robbery.

    The Ashburn man was assaulted as the men approached him on a pathway near the 150 block of Enterprise Street in Sterling. One of the men assaulted him, pulled out a firearm and demanded money. The victim was stabbed when he resisted. The victim was taken to an area hospital with serious injuries.

    All three men are being held at the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center.




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