Alerted by a security guard to a robbery in progress at a Dulles Landing store at midnight Saturday, Loudoun deputies arrested three suspects who face a string of felony charges.
According to the report, deputies were told the men stole several electronics items and forced entry into the jewelry case.
When the suspects were confronted by a deputy, one suspect allegedly lifted his shirt and displayed a handgun. The suspect was taken to the ground and the weapon was secured.
Arrested were Jalen P. McMahan, 22, of Centreville; Anthony A. Moaf, 20, of Herndon; and Angel L. Gaskins, 24, of Centreville. McMahan was charged with grand larceny, destruction of property, public intoxication, and conspiracy to commit a grand larceny, possession with intent to distribute a Schedule IV controlled substance, manufacturing possessing/distributing narcotics and possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance.
Moaf was charged with impersonating a police officer, carrying a concealed weapon, grand larceny, destruction of property, public intoxication, and conspiracy to commit a grand larceny.
Gaskins was charged with grand larceny, public intoxication and conspiracy to commit grand larceny.
McMahan and Moaf were held without bond at the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center. Gaskins was released on a secured bond.