Man Fires Shot Into Neighboring Loudoun County Home

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    Northern Virginia Bureau reporter David Culver talks to neighbors of a home where a bullet went through a wall and lodged in a bedroom.

    For the third time in the past several weeks, a shot has been fired into a Loudoun County home.

    A man fired two rounds from a gun inside a home in the 44200 block of Litchfield Terrace in Ashburn about 2 a.m. Wednesday, according to the sheriff’s office. One bullet traveled outside the back of the home, but the other was fired into a neighboring townhome and went through a bed, News4's David Culver reported.

    No one was injured.

    Juan M. Ramos-Marroquin, 33, of Chantilly was charged with unlawful discharge in an occupied residence.

    In early March, a shot was fired into Felicia Niesciur's Sterling home, almost hitting her dog. Deputies don’t know who is responsible.

    A few weeks later, deputies charged a man who mistakenly pulled the trigger, striking a home just a few miles from Niesciur's.

    Investigators don't believe the shootings are connected.

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