The 2 suspects in a Leesburg assault investigation have turned themselves in, and are going through expenses for aggravated malicious wounding and gang participation.
The fees stem from an incident Monday, July 11, when Leesburg Police responded to a report of an assault within the car parking zone of an house advanced on Fort Evans Highway. Officers discovered an grownup male sufferer struggling a number of lacerations. He was taken to a hospital for therapy of obvious life-threatening accidents.
A second sufferer had fled the assault and went to the Leesburg Police Division, and was taken to a hospital for accidents described as critical however non-life-threatening. Officers additionally decided a number of suspects had fled earlier than they arrived.
On Tuesday, a teenaged juvenile male turned himself in on the Leesburg Police Division. He was served petitions charging him with two counts of aggravated malicious wounding and two counts of gang participation, and is being held on the Loudoun County Juvenile Detention Heart.
On Wednesday, 18-year-old Marcos Sorto Argueta, who police had sought, additionally turned himself in on the police station. He was charged with two counts of aggravated malicious wounding and two counts of gang participation, and is being held on the Loudoun County Grownup Detention Heart on no bond.
Police say the assault seems to have been a focused assault.
The incident stays beneath investigation by the Leesburg Police Division Prison Investigation Part. Anybody who has details about the incident is requested to contact Detective M. Taylor at 703-771-4500 or at [email protected] To stay nameless, name the Leesburg Crime Line at 703-443-TIPS (8477). Info can be despatched utilizing TIPSUBMIT through textual content. Textual content 274637 (CRIMES) and start your message with LPDTIP.