(Updated at 2:33 p.m.) Loudoun County recently had a pair of arrests of Herndon residents for public intoxication.
Loudoun County police were called to Ashburn on Saturday (Nov. 17) around 8:35 a.m. for a report of a man walking in the roadway at the intersection of Loudoun County Parkway and Waxpool Road.
Juan V. Berrueta-Clement, 43, of Herndon was arrested and charged with public intoxication, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office. He has since been released from the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center on an unsecured bond.
In a separate incident, another Herndon resident was arrested on Nov. 10 and charged with public intoxication. Police responded to a report of Isaias Serano, 30, acting confrontational with security officers at Town Center Plaza in Sterling. Serano was released from the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center on an unsecured bond.
Over in Fairfax County, a dozen larcenies occurred last week.
The Fairfax County Police Department reported the following incidents in recent days:
1700 block of Business Center Drive, cash from location
1500 block of Cameron Crescent Drive, mail from residence
2100 block of Centreville Road, beer from residence
2400 block of Centreville Road, liquor from business
11100 block of Harbor Court, jewelry from residence
2300 block of Horseferrry Court, property from business
11400 block of Isaac Newton Square, credit cards and wallet from location
900 block of Locust Street, cash from school
11900 block of Market Street, cell phone from business
2100 block of Monaghan Drive, cell phone from residence
11700 block of Putting Green Court, jewelry from residence
12100 block of Sunset Hills Road, wallet from location
Photo via FCPD
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