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Herndon man charged with fraud and embezzlement in Loudoun

A Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office cruiser (via Abigail Salomon/Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office on Facebook)

A 38-year-old man from Herndon was charged with larceny and fraud-related charges earlier this month.

Steven Canavan turned himself in to the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center on March 18 in connection with the 2021 incidents, according to a Wednesday (March 30) crime report.

Police belief that Canavan embezzled from Michael & Son Sportsplex in Sterling.

“Upon finishing the investigation it was determine that the employee took cash, items and Venmo payments that were for the business,” the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office said.

Someone also reported that Canavan may have attempted to pay back a personal loan with a forged cashier’s check, according to LCSO.

Both incidents happened between June 1 and December 17.

Canavan was released on an unsecured personal recognizance bond.

Photo via Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office/Facebook

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