Restaurant Worker Charged with Sexual Assault

A registered sexual offender from Sterling has been charged with assaulting two girls at an Ashburn restaurant Sunday.

Luis F. Ore, 20, was arrested after he allegedly sexually assaulted the children inside a bathroom at Elevation Burger in One Loudoun. Ore was an employee at the restaurant, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office.

Investigators said Ore followed the girls into the women’s bathroom about 8 p.m. and then held them against their will and sexually assaulted them.

He was charged with two counts of abduction and two counts of sexual assault of a person under the age of 13.

Ore is a registered sex offender. According to the registry records, he was convicted in Loudoun County of abduction for immoral purposes and aggravated sexual battery in July 2012.

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

4 thoughts on “Restaurant Worker Charged with Sexual Assault

  • 2016-11-14 at 3:13 pm

    LCSO/State Police – if this man is ultimately released on bail, he lives directly across the street from Meadowland Elementary School in Sterling, and is probably within 500 feet to the property line, making him ineligible to reside there. Perhaps he is 501 feet and that’s why he choose the home….. Provide below are his previous charges in 2012. I am very disappointed with Elevation Burger for not properly vetting their worker, and/or not properly supervising him, thus allowing him to be in a position to continue his pedophilia acts on the children. If I were the parents, I would certainly sue Elevation Burger. Parents, I hate to say this, but I have a young daughter and you need to know who is already in the bathroom before allowing your children/kids to go in and you also need to monitor the doors. Others in the community need to treat all children like they are your own, to some degree, and keep eyes out for pedophiles, or other criminals similar to this. I pray the kids aren’t emotionally and physically scarred for life….

    JJ03354704 LOUDOUN JUV CT 18.2-67.3 AGGRAVATED SEXUAL BATTERY Jul 19, 2012 VA Minor
    JJ03354703 LOUDOUN JUV CT 18.2-67.3 AGGRAVATED SEXUAL BATTERY Jul 19, 2012 VA Minor
    JJ03354702 LOUDOUN JUV CT 18.2-48.II

  • 2016-11-14 at 4:30 pm

    leesburgsfinest, do you know if it is 500ft from the building or the property? I was looking up a similar creep who was living right on the school property line, but was more than 500ft from the actual building.

    Public restrooms are a pedophile’s paradise and even more so now that Target, etc. are gender confused. Parents need to be very cautious.

    And I’ll never eat at this burger joint in One Loudoun. Really? They didn’t even do a basic background check. I hope they get sued.

    • 2016-11-21 at 11:50 am


      I’m a Marine veteran, parent of three, and I live in Leesburg. I’m also transsexual. No examples of transsexual women attacking anyone in a bathroom exist. None. Lumping us in with pedophiles is the height of prejudice. We suffer the highest assault, murder, and suicide ages of any group. Unfounded hatred is why.

  • 2016-11-17 at 6:55 pm

    I agree with the other comments here, in part: I’m the father to two 8 year-old girls, and have many of the same concerns that other parents have. I do my best to practice diligence when they need to use the ladies room, or whenever we’re in public. But I stop short of suggesting that Elevation Burger has missed the mark, because we really don’t know what happened, what their policies are, and what the situation is. I do some work for a non-profit which works with inmates at the ADC in Loudoun County. In the ADC is a work release center where men and women are trying to reintegrate into the community, and having gainful employment is a key function of that. There are a number of local businesses which hire people with a criminal record – while on work release or otherwise – based upon the belief that the individual is trying to change his/her life, and my sense is that this approach is not only important, but laudable. Again: I have no idea what Elevation Burger’s policy is, whether or not they pulled a criminal check on Mr. Ore, and I firmly believe that having someone who is convicted of a sexual assault on a minor should be held to a higher degree of scrutiny. But the underlying implication that Elevation Burger should be sued for hiring a person convicted of a crime is, in my mind, short-sighted.

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