Sterling Police Chase Ends with DUI Arrest

A 29-year-old Sterling woman faces multiple charges after a police chase early Sunday morning.

According to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office, a deputy attempted a traffic stop on a driver who was traveling without highlights shortly after 2 a.m. in the area of Rt. 7 and Potomac View Road. The driver did not stop. During the chase, deputies deployed stop sticks to disable the vehicle, which hit a parked trailer and minivan before coming to a stop near the Church Road/Cascades Parkway intersection.  The driver, Deborah De Jesus-Gonzalez was arrested and charged with three counts of hit and run, driving under the influence of alcohol, felony eluding police, and driving without headlights.

She was released from the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center on a personal recognizance bond.

One thought on “Sterling Police Chase Ends with DUI Arrest

  • 2016-11-21 at 7:54 pm
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    I’m one who takes the extra few minutes to cross-reference the online resources to determine the dangerous, criminal elements freely roaming the streets in our extended communities. It seems that this person has a history not only in Loudoun, but elsewhere, with major driving infractions, which is probably why she opted to elude our finest. One wonders why the overall law enforcement community doesn’t particular care about our well-being as she was released R&R, and based on online resources has clearly swapped out her middle name on numerous occasions, probably due to her horrific driving record, to try and skirt the law. Does law enforcement cross-reference fingerprints, photos of her past arrest records, similar/almost identical names, etc. and check to see if persons are criminal aliens? I realize the Federal Government would just laugh if the LCSO tried to put an ICE detainer on this person, and I’m not knocking them, as I’ve known their hands have been double-tied for years. Perhaps in 2 more months things will change….. FYI…. Please buy extra auto insurance as 50% of Sterling is uninsured, and you need to be prepared for the unfortunate situation, as you become the responsible party, not them…..

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