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LCSO Seeks Information on Possible Identity of Subject

LCSO Seeks Information on Possible Identity of Subject

From Loudoun Sheriff:

 

Loudoun County, VA:  The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information regarding the possible identity of an adult male subject to learn more about a suspicious person call that was received by the agency back in September.     

On September 19th a 13-year-old girl reported she was walking home from school in the area of the Sterling Park Mall when around 3:30 p.m. she was approached by an unknown subject who asked her if she wanted company. Although the subject never made any inappropriate contact with the teenager, Loudoun Sheriff’s Investigators are asking for the public’s assistance to help identify him.   

The subject is described as a Hispanic male, in his mid 20’s to early 30’s, 6’ tall, with a medium build. He is further described as having brown eyes (the right eye possibly drifts to the right).     

Occasionally Cake Donates More than $500 of Cupcakes Sales to Football Program

Occasionally Cake Donates More than $500 of Cupcakes Sales to Football Program

OCCASIONALLY CAKE SUPPORTS MOUNT VERNON HIGH SCHOOL TURF FIELD FUNDING

Occasionally Cake of Alexandria, Va. sold more than $500 worth of mini-cupcakes at a recent Mount Vernon High School football game to benefit the building of a turf field for Mount Vernon High School in Mount Vernon, Va. The turf field fund was initiated by the late, Jeff Todd, former owner of Roy Rogers in Alexandria, Va. and active Mount Vernon Chamber of Commerce member. The future turf field was dedicated to Jeff Todd for his efforts in raising monies for the Mount Vernon High School football program. Occasionally Cake is noted for their flavor-of-the-day cupcakes, and unique variety. Call 703-780-CAKE or visit www.occasionallycake.com for more information.

 Mount Vernon High School has raised approximately $30,000 for the turf field.

Inmate Charged After Damaging Cinder Block in Holding Cell in Apparent Attempt to Escape

From Loudoun County Sheriff:

 

Loudoun County, VA:  An Alexandria man being held at the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center has been charged after causing damage in his holding cell in an apparent attempt to escape.

 

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall

     I recently watched the movie Snow White while babysitting for a friend’s daughter so she could get out.  The last time I had seen the movie was many years ago when I watched it with my kids.  As I have witnessed many times in the past couple of decades, the message of Positive Self Talk was loud and clear. 

     When the evil queen asked, “Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest one of all?” The mirror’s reply, “Snow White” made the evil Queen furious. You see, it wasn’t enough for the Queen that she was beautiful.  Instead, the Queen chose to see that she wasn’t enough. There was someone more beautiful than she.

Local Sheriffs’ Offices Recognized for Help in Fighting Car Theft

Local Sheriffs’ Offices Recognized for Help in Fighting Car Theft

From Loudoun Sheriff:

Occasionally Cake Honors Police and Firefighters

Occasionally Cake Honors Police and Firefighters

OCCASIONALLY CAKE HONORS POLICE/FIREFIGHTERS
Alexandria Cakery Shares a Taste of Gratitude

Occasionally Cake of Alexandria, Va. honored local police and firefighters at the Stars and Stripes Police and Firefighter Tribute sponsored by the Mount Vernon, Va. Chamber of Commerce, donating more than $1000 worth of cake. They are noted for their flavor-of-the-day cupcakes, and unique variety. Call 703-780-CAKE or visit www.occasionallycake.com for more information.

Anna K. Nissinen is New Public Affairs and Communications Officer

Anna K. Nissinen is New Public Affairs and Communications Officer

From the County of Loudoun:

 

Anna K. Nissinen is Loudoun County’s new Public Affairs and Communications Officer, Loudoun County Administrator Tim Hemstreet announced today. Nissinen comes to Loudoun from Fairfax County where she served as a senior public information officer.

“Anna is an expert in communications and government relations and has worked extensively with various stakeholders in the public and private sectors, both locally and nationally,” said Hemstreet. “We look forward to using her expertise to help Loudoun reach the next level in engaging our residents, businesses and other stakeholders.”