One Loudoun's 'Downtown' sold for $163 million

At least 10 people were arrested for being drunk in public, disorderly conduct or other charges at One Loudoun between midnight and 2 a.m. Saturday. The following arrests were made, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

-Around 12:26 a.m. Saturday, deputies made contact with William Pickett II, 21, of Centreville, in the 20500 block of Easthampton Plaza in Ashburn. Pickett was arrested and charged with public intoxication.

-In the 20400 block of Exchange Street, deputies made contact with Wayne D. Zambella III, 26, of Heathsville. Zambella, who was unable to maintain his balance, was arrested and charged with public intoxication. 

-Around 1:51 a.m., near the corner of Easthampton Plaza and Exchange Street, deputies made contact with a man who was unable to maintain his balance and was reportedly harassing women. Purushottam P. Sharma, 27, of Herndon, was charged with public intoxication.

-Around 1:57 a.m., deputies responded to the 20400 block of Exchange Street for multiple disorderly people. Darya Assareh, 26, of Leesburg, and Allison M. Morgan, 27, of Sterling, were both charged with disorderly conduct. Fidan Kamalifard, 26, and George Smith Jr., 24, both of Ashburn, were charged with public intoxication. Brian A. Austin, 25, of Ashburn, was charged with disorderly conduct and obstruction of justice.

-Around 1:59 a.m., Alexandra S. Walcott-Lloyd, 27, of Ashburn, was arrested and charged with assault and battery on law enforcement, disorderly conduct and obstruction of justice in the 20400 block of Exchange Street.

-Around 1:59 a.m., Rahsean L. Jackson, 43, of Centreville, was arrested and charged with assault and battery on law enforcement, disorderly conduct and obstruction of justice. The incident happened in the 20400 block of Exchange Street in Ashburn.

 One Loudoun has seen a string of high-profile public safety incidents in recent months. Jack Gruden, the son of Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden, was arrested earlier this month for public drunkenness. In December, Redskins safety Montae M. Nicholson was charged with assault and drunk in public following a fight at the Ashburn mixed-use development.

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Cowbell, you must have sterling mixed up with Leesburg. Sterling’s crime rate is 58 (100 being safest), Leesburg is only 37, after all, Sterling's crime rate is lower than approximately 48% of Virginia communities. However, compared to other communities of similar population size, Sterling has a crime rate that is noticeably lower than the average.


Tolerantleft…..I never hear of shoot outs at the 7-11, just immigrants waiting for contractors to pick them up and work them like slaves and pay them under the table. MAGA!!!

More Cowbell

Actually there was a stabbing at 7-11 in Leesburg(where 30-40 gather daily) just a few years ago.


Cashburn has certainly outdone it's self on this little project! This cluster is at Loudoun One is just a bunch of bars (filled with privileged rude kids) and expensive shops with rude waitress's, Hostess', owners and private shops. Ate dinner one night there and stopped into a little dress shop to look around $475.00 for a basic dress. HA! So glad I live in the "hood" out here in Sterling Park. I never go over there. Herndon and Tysons is much better for Trader Joe's and Barnes and Noble anyway. It's seems to be much safer here in my little "Sanctuary City". Those people in Cashburn need Jesus real bad.


I agree, it's like the pompous populous.

More Cowbell

Wow, coming from someone in Sterling Park.....Crime capital of Loudoun.

More Cowbell

6 of those arrested not from Ashburn. and all over 21, so not kids.

MAGA Morons Are Governing America

The experiment of combining alcohol with a food court is not going well...


You nailed that one!

More Cowbell

In a 2 hour span during rush hour(morning or evening), they could catch 20-30 texting on cell phone, young kids not in car seats and/or young kids in front seat(and without seat belt).


Or all the illegals standing around 7-11


did you card them?

Chris McHale

Slow night. Last weekend 12 people were arrested at One Loudoun. Numbers would have been higher if that hash/candy bars got through customs at Dulles.

Doug Glatt

If 12 people were arrested the weekend before, why did that not make the news but 10 arrests does?


Glad they put a new police station in so close by.....but I think they need a bigger drunk tank chief...


Time for the Sheriff's Dept to place some deputies on foot patrol.


Seems as though they already have? From the Feb 19 LCSO Report --- "During routine patrol of the town center of One Loudoun, a deputy was notified by security that a male subject was attempting to fight to get back into Bar Louie after he was asked to leave."


Be a good idea to start enforcing traffic laws as well. Right on a red or after a stop sign is treated as only a regulatory suggestion in these parts. Maybe site the establishments that are allowing these privileged and inebriated louts out onto our streets after serving them too much alcohol.


Loudoun One, little did we know the place would pay for itself over time with all of the drunk and assault incidents.

David Dickinson

Since One Loudoun is not taking public safety seriously, we need to SUSPEND THEIR LIQUOR LICENSES. That will get their attention.

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