The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office’s daily incident report documents a wide array of crimes and suspicious incidents around the county, divided into four sections based on general location.

But starting in December 2020, the report adopted a fifth, countywide section dedicated to a particular type of crime: scams and fraud.

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Speaking of scams - when is the Sheriff going to give a press release as to what transpired at the school board meeting? He did give a radio interview with a sympathetic radio show (diverting the blame to the school superintendent), however he has been silent since, perhaps hoping it will all go away. Those poor deputies were put in a bad situation due to upper management incompetence. A couple of Majors told the school superintendent that the situation could be considered an "unlawful assembly" and the superintendent took their advise and ran with it. School officials don't dictate law enforcement procedures. As a result, the line deputies that do all the heavy lifting, bore the brunt of the public backlash, That's unfair- the blame rests with the Sheriff and the incompetent managers that he surrounds himself with.

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