Police search for man who reportedly fired a gun at Sully’s Pour House

Local police are searching for a man who reportedly fired a gun at Sully’s Pour House (Photo via Herndon Police Department)

Local police are looking for a man who reportedly fired a gun at Sully’s Pour House in the Town of Herndon on Nov. 6.

The man allegedly flashed a gun in the pour house after a bouncer told him the business could not seat his party of 10 people — which included three children — after 10 p.m. All guests must also be above the age of 21 after 10 p.m.

According to Sully’s Pour House, staff attempted to call the police after a woman in the party assaulted the manager. The man reportedly flashed his weapon and was taken off of the property.

The man and woman reportedly then ran on Elden Street and fired a gun into the crowded restaurant, which is located at 754 Elden Street in the heart of downtown Herndon.

No injuries were reported. The pour house closed during the night of the incident and reopened the following day.

In a Facebook post detailing the incident, the business posted the following after describing the incident:

Please note this is the Spark Notes Version and only the information the public needs to know at this moment- this is still under investigation with the police department )

Thankfully NOT A SINGLE PERSON WAS INJURED. This is NOT BEHAVIOR WE TOLERANT. This is NOT acceptable.

We love Herndon. We Love our Sully’s Family. This is NOT who we are- This is NOT who HERNDON is.

Be Kind, Spread Joy.

Please help us Figure out who this person is. Please contact Herndon Police if you know anything- even if you *Might* know something. Not only did this person endanger EVERY SINGLE PERSON in our establishment that night. They endangered the children they were with as well.

Please share. Please help us find out who this is.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Herndon Police Department at 703-435-6846.

Photo via Herndon Police Department

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