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Daily News Clips - January 30, 2017

Summary

A Georgetown University student was abducted on Thursday afternoon. The student was forced into a vehicle and taken to several stores and ATM machines to get money and merchandise. A man who was last seen wearing a black suit, black shoes, and a gray tie was described as a suspect. • A 15-year-old boy was arrested and charged with sexually assaulting women in two seperate incidents last week near the H Street corridor.

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Crime Updates

Washington Post: Georgetown University student abducted, taken to bank machines, D.C. police say “A Georgetown University student was abducted from a residential street in Georgetown on Thursday afternoon, forced into a vehicle and driven to two stores and several bank machines in attempts to get money or merchandise, according to D.C. police.”

Washington Post: Teenage boy charged in 2 sexual assaults in NE Washington “A 15-year-old boy from Southeast Washington was arrested and charged after he allegedly sexually assaulted women in two separate incidents in Northeast last week. The teen’s name was not released because he is a minor. D.C. Police said he is charged with two counts of third degree sexual abuse.”

Washington Post: 10-year-old boy among suspects in K Street NW robbery “A 10-year-old boy was part of a pack of juvenile suspects arrested last week in a robbery in the heart of downtown Washington, the police said. The robbery occurred about 8:30 p.m. Jan. 24 in the 1400 block of K Street NW, a street of office buildings, restaurants and nightclubs.”

WUSA9: MISSING: 17-year-old Northwest D.C. girl “The Metropolitan Police Department is asking for the public’s helping finding a missing 17-year-old girl. Maleyta Carr was last seen just before 5 a.m. on Friday in the 1300 block of Columbia Road in Northwest D.C., police said.”

Washington Post: In the District, illegal guns range from the ordinary to the exotic “It was on the morning of Jan. 22 that D.C. police got a report about a man with a gun, and it ended with the arrests of five people and the seizure of four guns, which were described last week as follows: a Taurus, a Smith & Wesson, a Glock and a Springfield XD9.”

Police Update

Washington Post: Hackers hit D.C. police closed-circuit camera network, city officials disclose “Hackers infected 70 percent of storage devices that record data from D.C. police surveillance cameras eight days before President Trump’s inauguration, forcing major citywide reinstallation efforts, according to the police and the city’s technology office.”

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

Posted January 30 2017 at 9:27 AM by DC Police Union News | Permanent Link

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