Gun Charges for Reston Woman Who Brandished Fake Firearm

Fairfax County Police A Reston woman was arrested on Saturday after police said she displayed a gun during an argument.

Fairfax County Police were called to the Clocktower Shopping Center in the 2400 block of Centreville Road in unincorporated Herndon after reports that a woman pulled a gun on another woman.

The 39-year-old woman with the gun was charged with brandishing a firearm.  The investigation determined the gun was not real but similar in appearance to a real one. No word whether the charges have been dropped.

Other recent crime news reported by the Reston District Station:


  • 11900 block of Market Street, property stolen from business
  • 2200 block of Wakerobin Lane, property stolen from residence
  • 10500 block of Leesburg Pike, merchandise stolen from business
  • 2400 block of Fox Mill Road, merchandise stolen from business
  • 2200 block of Gunsmith Square, property stolen from vehicle
  • 700 block of Bennett Street, property stolen from school
  • 2400 block of Centreville Road, merchandise stolen from business
  • 11700 block of Sunset Hills Road, merchandise stolen from business
  • 11600 block of Plaza America Drive, property stolen from business
  • 2200 block of Colts Neck Road, property stolen from vehicle
  • 13000 block of Elm Tree Drive, property stolen from residence

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