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Daily News Clips - December 1, 2017

Summary

A man who stabbed someone multiple times in SE DC is currently being sought by police. The knife assault occurred on November 29 at around 3:30 p.m on the 2800 block of Alabama Avenue in SE DC. The suspect fled after stabbing the victim multiple times. The victim suffered non-life threatening injuries. • While holiday shoppers started to ship gifts, one person in Northwest Washington was accused of trying to send methamphetamine through the mail. A arrest report shows the suspect was arrested on Tuesday at the UPS store on 18th Street in Adams Morgan. Investigators believe the three vacuum-sealed packages contained more than 1,000 grams of meth, which they estimate to be worth $30,000.

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Crime Updates

WUSA: Stabbing suspect sought in SE DC “A man who stabbed someone multiple times in SE DC is currently being sought by police. The knife assault occurred on November 29 at around 3:30 p.m on the 2800 block of Alabama Avenue in SE DC. The suspect fled after stabbing the victim multiple times. The victim suffered non-life threatening injuries.”

WJLA: Man accused of sending $30,000 worth of meth through UPS “While holiday shoppers started to ship gifts, one person in Northwest Washington was accused of trying to send methamphetamine through the mail. A arrest report shows the suspect was arrested on Tuesday at the UPS store on 18th Street in Adams Morgan. Investigators believe the three vacuum-sealed packages contained more than 1,000 grams of meth, which they estimate to be worth $30,000.”

NBC Washington: Moorish Nationalist Couple Arrested Again for Trying to Claim Rights to a DC Home “A couple that tried to claim rights to a multimillion-dollar D.C. mansion that they didn’t own is at it again. Antonio Bey and Mia Waddell were arrested Wednesday night for moving into a vacant row house on Lanier Place NW in D.C.‘s Adams Morgan neighborhood, police said. Bey and Waddell claim to be Moorish nationalists and said they have sovereign rights to the property, police said.”

Washington Post: Police arrest second suspect in killing of teenager on Rittenhouse Street “A Maryland teenager sought as a suspect in the killing of a 16-year-old last month in Northwest Washington was arrested Thursday, according to D.C. police. Victor Hernandez, 17, of Hyattsville, was charged as an adult with first-degree murder while armed. He is the second suspect implicated in the shooting.”

Public Safety Updates

NBC Washington: 4.1 Magnitude Earthquake Rumbles DC Area “A magnitude 4.1 earthquake has hit the East Coast and rumbled the D.C. area. The quake was centered northeast of Dover, Delaware, according to a preliminary report from the U.S. Geological Survey. The location is a short distance north of the Dover Air Force Base.”

Washington Post: An elderly patient walked out of a hospital wearing only his gown. A nurse testifies about the ‘scuffling’ that preceded his death. “A few hours after Beverly McBride last saw her husband alert in his room at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, she learned he was in the ICU. She didn’t understand how it could have happened. She had just visited with their two children and “he was like himself,” she testified. “I just saw him” she recalled thinking. Within days he would be dead.”

Washington Post: Leaders at D.C. charter school are out of jobs after teacher’s sex-abuse case “Leaders of a vaunted D.C. charter school failed to assure the safety of students after educators raised concerns about inappropriate behavior by a teacher, according to a report that has led to the ouster of top school officials.”

Washington Post: Tips for church leaders on how to deal with a mass shooting at a house of worship “At a recent training session for church leaders on how to deal with a mass gunman at a place of worship, experts at the Carroll County’s Sheriff’s Office in Maryland offered these tips.”

If you know anyone who has information regarding suspects, please call DC police.

Posted December 01 2017 at 10:34 AM by DC Police Union News | Permanent Link

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