Police charge man in disappearance of Muslim teenager in Sterling; van drives into crowd of Muslim worshipers in London

Northern Virginia’s daily dose of local and national news for Monday, June 19.

Loudoun County police arrested and charged a 22-year-old man in connection to the disappearance of a 17-year-old Reston girl who went missing early Sunday morning after leaving the All Dulles Area Muslim Society in Sterling. Her remains are believed to have been found in a pond in Sterling.
(The Washington Post)

A van drove into a crowd of people leaving a mosque early Monday morning in London, killing one person and injuring 10.
(The Washington Post)

Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring and his GOP opponent, former federal prosecutor John Adams, were combative during their first debate ahead of the November election.
(Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Arlington police released a report detailing their investigation into the police-involved shooting death of a man last month, saying police acted within guidelines after the suspect pinned an officer with his car.

Rep. Don Beyer will hold a public forum on net neutrality on June 26 at George Mason University.

There is a flash flood warning in effect from 3 p.m. through the evening Monday in Arlington, Falls Church, Alexandria, Fairfax, Prince William and eastern Loudoun.

NASA engineer Steven Leete will appear at the Freedom Museum in Manassas on June 20 discuss the Hubble Space Telescope.
(What’s Up Woodbridge)