CA’s Office: No Charges Yet in Lansdowne Fatality Investigation

Three weeks after an infant in a stroller was hit by a car and killed, Loudoun prosecutors and Sheriff’s Office investigators are continuing to review evidence in the case. No charges have been filed.

Tristan Schulz and his mother were hit by a SUV while walking in a Lansdowne crosswalk on Aug. 31. The baby died and his mother was hospitalized but has since been released.

The Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office issued an update on the case Friday afternoon.

“As required by law, much of the evidence to be collected must be done so via search warrant to the appropriate entities,” the office stated. “To date, numerous search warrants have been executed in relation to this incident. Gathering this type of information is largely dependent upon these entities and their ability to timely process and collect the information requested and within the scope of the warrants.  As such, an exact date or time frame for when the investigation will conclude cannot be given. Any charging decision prior to the conclusion of the investigation would be premature.”

“We thank the Schulz family and the public for their patience as we continue to work toward a swift but thorough completion of this investigation,” the statement concluded.

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