N. Johnson/E. Beech, Sterling - stabbing

A non-fatal stabbing reportedly occurred July 29 near the intersection of N. Johnson Road and E. Beech Road in Sterling.

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office is investigating a stabbing that reportedly occurred in a Sterling residential area Wednesday night.

Deputies responded to the intersection of North Johnson Road and East Beech Road around 11:39 p.m. to find a victim suffering from multiple stab wounds.

While driving in the area, the victim and witnesses noticed a bicycle-riding man with whom they had interacted earlier, according to the LCSO.

The suspect reportedly stabbed and assaulted a man after he and the witnesses exited the vehicle to confront the suspect.

Authorities say the victim sustained non-life-threatening injuries, which were treated at a local hospital.

The suspect is described as an approximately 20-year-old Hispanic male riding a BMX-style bike, wearing a black T-shirt, black shorts/pants, a black bucket-style hat and no facial hair.

The case remains under investigation by the LCSO.

(7) comments

Yaboinani

Whew good thing it was sterling and not Manassas

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LCcarmen

The unfortunate event in Sterling could have occurred anywhere in Loudoun county, just as easily in the potomac falls area which is a part of Sterling, Va, it being the northernmost portion.

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Lacolombiandelbarrio

That shouldn’t be something to be cheering about it’s wrong that it happened period, the victim is a friend of mine and someone’s life being put at risk is no joke this isn’t a game and is unfortunate that it happened no matter where it happened.

ace10

Knife control. Now!

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