Woman Faces Multiple Charges After One Loudoun Altercation

A Sterling woman faces 10 criminal charges following an Oct. 20 altercation at an Ashburn business in which she assaulted the manager and fought with deputies.

According to the Sheriff’s Office report, deputies were called to the 20000 block Exchange Street in One Loudoun after Myeesha S. Hamilton, 22, allegedly pepper-sprayed the manager and threw a glass. She did not comply with the deputies’ commands and resisted arrest. Four deputies were allegedly assault before she was secured in a cruiser.

Hamilton was charged with four felony counts of assault on law enforcement, one felony count of malicious injury by substance, one felony count of malicious release of a gas substance, disorderly conduct, obstruction of justice/resisting arrest, and simple assault.

Hamilton was held without bond at the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center.

A trial is set for Dec. 15 in Loudoun County District Court. She also is scheduled to appear in court Nov. 22 on previous charges of filing a false report and contempt of court.

 

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