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Daily News Clips - January 6, 2017

Summary

Michael Andre Duvall was arrested in a halfway house in Washington, DC and charged in connection with the stabbing death of Brian Moses back in 2009. The suspect faces charges in Prince George’s County, where the alleged incident took place. • Branden J. Dixon, who was arrested on Wednesday for fleeing police with a one-year-old in the car, was also wanted for failing to show up to court in a prostitution case. The suspect and the toddler suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries, after the suspect lost control of the car and crashed into a wall.

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Crime Updates

WJLA: Police: DC Man arrested in connection with 11-year-old Md. murder “Around nine months later, on December 29, a criminal indictment was signed by the Prince George’s County Grand Jury and Michael Andre Duvall of D.C. was charged with Common Law Murder, according to Laurel State Police.”

Washington Post: Man wanted in prostitution case charged with fleeing police with toddler in car “Dixon had been arrested Nov. 3 by D.C. police and the FBI who alleged that he was “pimping” women for prostitution from a motel on New York Avenue in Northeast Washington, according to an arrest affidavit. Authorities allege that he advertised the women on the Internet in Maryland, D.C. and Virginia. He was charged with felony pandering.”

Washington Post: Judge to seal cellphone data as Comet Ping Pong pizza defendant returns to court “A federal judge agreed Thursday to seal personal information extracted by police from the cellphones of people who communicated with a North Carolina man accused of commandeering a Washington pizza restaurant and firing several shots from an assault-style rifle Dec. 4.”

Public Safety Update

NBC Washington: Area Road Crews Get Ready for Snow “Grab your hat and gloves! The D.C. area could see as much as an inch of snow by the end of the week, and area road crews are busy getting roads ready for the snow. News4’s Justin Finch reports.”

Mayor and City Council

WJLA: Planning the future of RFK Stadium “A bruised and battered RFK Stadium stands at the center of 190 acres of mostly vacant, lifeless land, but things could change in a hurry. Last night at the Washington Convention Center, Events DC unveiled a $490 million grand plan for the RFK campus.”

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Posted January 06 2017 at 8:42 AM by DC Police Union News | Permanent Link

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