Sheriff’s Report

Thursday, Nov. 5

Hit and Run

200 block West Beech Road, Sterling

A man working in the area was struck by a passing the vehicle. The driver left the scene. The victim was treated at an area hospital for injuries described as non-life-threatening. The vehicle was described as a silver Chevrolet four-door. The driver was described as a white man in his 60s with grey hair and glasses.

Assault

Claiborne Parkway at W&OD Trail, Ashburn

A juvenile was walking on the W&OD Trail about 4:30 p.m. when a cyclist approaching from behind announced he was passing her on her left. The juvenile said she moved to her right but the cyclist slowed almost to a stop and pushed her to the ground. She sustained minor injuries. The cyclist then rode away. The juvenile was unable to describe the cyclist.

Friday, Nov. 6

Felony Hit and Run

Rt. 7 at Belmont Ridge Road, Ashburn

The driver of a 2013 Toyota Corolla stopped at the intersection was rear-ended. Another vehicle also was struck. The suspect driver, Jeffrey S. Stowe Jr., ran away but was apprehended at his home. He was released on bail pending a Nov. 12 arraignment in Loudoun County District Court.

Saturday, Nov. 7

Assault/Larceny

20800 block Hardwood Forest Drive, Great Falls

The victim was pulling into a gas station when he came across a male and a female were standing in the entrance. Words were exchanged between the driver and the two subjects. The confrontation continued inside the store. The female struck the victim and a cell phone was reportedly taken from the victim’s vehicle by the suspects.

Destruction of Property

300 block of Sanderson Drive, Sterling

Someone spray-painted graffiti on the side of a home overnight.

Larceny

21600 block of Red Rum Drive, Ashburn

Someone took a cell phone from a gym locker at 10 a.m.

DUI/Grand Larceny

Rt. 50 near Loudoun County Parkway, Chantilly

A deputy stopped to check a disabled vehicle. The driver became unresponsive and was transported to a hospital. The vehicle was found to be stolen in Prince William County. William N. Schlorb, 24, of Maryland, faces charges of DUI, grand larceny and driving on a suspended license.

Sunday, Nov. 8

Destruction of Property

400 block Argus Place, Sterling

Graffiti was discovered on the rear of a residence.

Destruction of Property

300 block Argus Place, Sterling

Graffiti was discovered on a utility box, sidewalk and side of a home.

Destruction of Property

46300 Stratton Terrace, Sterling

Someone placed a construction barrel on top of a vehicle, causing minor damage.

Auto Theft

1400 block E. Maple Ave., Sterling

A 1997 Toyota Tacoma left running unattended was stolen.

Larceny

47100 block Community Plaza, Sterling

Someone took items from an unlocked vehicle about noon.

Larceny

44300 block Junction Plaza, Ashburn

An 18- to 25-year-old white man carrying a green backpack took a tip jar from a restaurant.