Wanted Reston Man Charged with Obstruction of Justice

Local police arrested a wanted man who was trying to escape local law enforcement near the Chantilly Shopping Center on Thursday (July 25).

Larell Lansdowne, 35, of Reston, was charged with obstruction of justice and with outstanding warrants for larceny, failing to register as a sex offender, probation violation and trespassing.

Three other people who were with Landsdowne were arrested during the incident, which happened around 8 p.m. Eugene Mitchell, 54, of Leesburg was charged with providing false information to avoid arrested and was served an outstanding larceny warrant.

Nicole Hamm, 43, of Herndon was charged with possession of marijuana and Barbara Patton, 45, of West Virginia, was charged with possession of a Schedule I drug and possession of marijuana.

Photos via FCPD

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