A Sterling man wanted in connection with the May 29 shooting outside of a Sterling restaurant was apprehended in Florida Monday. Olbin A. Echeverria Madrid, 33, is being held on a Fugitive of Justice warrant on charges out of Loudoun County for Attempted First-Degree Murder, Shooting from a Vehicle, Shooting to Maim or Kill, and Attempted Shooting to Maim or Kill. Around 11:15 p.m. on May 29, LCSO Deputies responded to Tommy’s Place II, located in the 150 block of Enterprise Street, where a subject had fired a round towards an employee at the restaurant and struck a window. The armed security guard then discharged his firearm multiple times at the subject’s vehicle as he fled the scene. A customer inside the restaurant received minor injuries during the incident and declined further medical treatment at the scene. The suspect had reportedly been told to leave the restaurant by an employee. The suspect had threatened the employee as he was leaving, and the shooting occurred a short time later. LCSO Detectives identified Echeverria Madrid as the suspect during the course of the investigation and determined he fled the area. He was located in Tallahassee, Florida with the assistance of the Tallahassee Police Department. He is being held at the Leon County Detention Center pending extradition back to Virginia.
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