Sign up for daily news updates via Email

Daily News Clips - February 17, 2017

Summary

Kevin Vaughn, 21, was described as critically missing by DC Police. He was last seen Wednesday near the Deanwood neighborhood, and authorities are asking for the public’s assistance in locating the missing person. • Wilkecia Holbrook, 44, was described as missing by DC Police, and she was last Monday in the Douglass neighborhood. Authorities are asking for the public’s help in locating the missing person.

Visit CrimeDC.com to see the latest crime alerts and trends.

Crime Updates

WUSA9: MISSING: 44-year-old D.C. woman ” Metropolitan Police need the public’s help finding Wilkecia Holbrook who went missing on February 13. The 44-year-old was last seen in the 2000 block of Savannah Place in Southeast D.C. around 9:20 p.m. on Monday.”

WJLA: D.C. police ask for help finding critical missing man, Kevin Vaughn “D.C. police are asking for the public’s help in finding a critical missing person. Kevin Vaughn, 21, who might be in need of medication, was last seen in the 4400 block of Hayes Street NE, at approximately 2:00 p.m. Wednesday.”

WJLA: D.C. police search for 7-Eleven ‘ski mask’ robber “D.C. police are searching for a man who robbed a 7-Eleven in Northeast Washington late Wednesday evening. According to officials, the man was wearing a ski mask when the convenient store was hit.”

Public Safety Update

WJLA: Elderly woman rescued from burning home in Northeast D.C. after suffering a stroke ”“You’re thinking in the back of your head, ‘I don’t know if I’m coming out,” said MPD Officer JP Mcardle. Mcardle and Officer William Rapp were done for the day, when they got one last call.”

Mayor and City Council

Washington Post: Eight weeks of paid leave for new parents about to become law in D.C. “A bill to offer workers in the District of Columbia some of the most generous paid family leave benefits in the nation will become law, barring last-minute intervention from Congress. D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser, who was considering vetoing the bill over its cost, has decided not to do so.”

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

Posted February 17 2017 at 9:22 AM by DC Police Union News | Permanent Link

Get Updates