Sterling Chase Nets Third DUI Charge for Driver Seen Speeding in School Zone

A Sterling man who led a deputies on a chase through the FoxField neighborhood in Sterling on Wednesday afternoon was charged with his third DUI and narcotics possession.

According to the Sheriff’s Office report, the chase began about 2:45 p.m. Deputy M.J. Harvey observed a vehicle speeding in a school zone on Algonkian Parkway near Carter Court. When the deputy initiated a traffic stop in the area of McPherson Circle, the driver fled. The vehicle was pulled over on Fellows Street in Broad Run Farms.

The driver, Brian P. Davies, 37, was arrested and charged with driving under the influence (third offense in 10 years), driving on suspended operator’s license, obstruction of justice, felony eluding, refusal of a breath test (second offense), and possession schedule II narcotics.

He was held without bond at the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center, pending an arraignment Thursday morning.

According to Loudoun Court records, Davies is scheduled to appear in District Court on Friday on a motion related to his second DUI charge, which occurred April 10 and is set for July 2 trial. His first DUI arrest was in April 2009 and resulted in a guilty plea and a 30-day suspended jail sentence.

One thought on “Sterling Chase Nets Third DUI Charge for Driver Seen Speeding in School Zone

  • 2018-06-04 at 4:23 pm
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    Not much of a a chase. it ended a bout 2 minutes away from where it supposedly started. More LoCo exaggeration?

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