STERLING, Va. (WUSA) -- Loudoun County Sheriff's Office deputies say they found a Sterling man who was wanted for questioning in tire slashing cases from last month in Radford, Va.
Alan A. L'Haridon has been charged with seven counts of destruction of property for tire slashings that happened between August 24 and August 25 in the area of Glengyle Lane, Dorian Court, Fenton Wood Drive and Persimmon Lane in Sterling.
The sheriff's office issued a press release about L'Haridon on Monday seeking information on his location. They say on Tuesday, he was found at Radford University and taken into custody.
L'Haridon is being held at the New River Valley Regional Jail, say Louodun County Sheriff's office authorities.