Jason Antonio Dale, 33, was shot and killed Monday night in the Congress Heights neighborhood. No suspect information is available at this time, and authorities are actively investigating the incident. • Cornelia R. Rice, a DC school bus attendant, was arrested and charged with drug distribution charges after DC Police found $11,000, cocaine, a gun, and ammunition in her 11-year-old son’s backpack.
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Washington Post: Man fatally shot in Congress Heights in Southeast Washington “A 33-year-old man was shot and killed Monday night in the Congress Heights neighborhood of Southeast Washington, according to D.C. police. The victim was identified as Jason Antonio Dale, who lived less than a half-mile from the shooting scene in an alley in the 500 block of Parkland Place SE.”
Washington Post: D.C. school bus attendant faces drug distribution charges “A D.C. school bus attendant faces drug distribution charges after police arrested her last week and said they found a gun, ammunition, cocaine and $11,000 hidden in her 11-year-old son’s backpack, according to an arrest affidavit.”
WUSA9: MISSING: 14-year-old boy from NE, DC “Police are searching for a 14-year-old boy from Northeast, D.C., who was last seen on Thursday, June 8. Christopher Brown was last seen in the 100 block of 36th Street in Northeast, D.C., Metropolitan police said.”
WUSA9: MISSING: 17-year-old Niyana Carrington “DC police is asking for the public’s help locating 17-year-old Niyana Carrington last seen in the 1100 Block of 1st Street, NW on June 10.”
Fox5DC: Did a murdered DC rapper take a feud too far with a ‘diss’ video? A year later, still no suspects “One year ago, a D.C. rapper was gunned down at a cookout held at an apartment complex in Southeast. The murder was carried out just weeks after Antonio Leach released a controversial feud video. It is a video his parents and the police now believe may have led to his death.”
Fox5DC: US Capitol Police issue warning about ‘caller ID spoofing’ scam “U.S. Capitol Police are warning people about a scam where someone is using their phone numbers as part of a “Caller ID Spoofing” scheme to steal personal information.”
Public Safety Update
Washington Post: African American Smithsonian museum evacuated after suspicious package found “The National Museum of African American History and Culture museum was evacuated Monday evening after a suspicious package was found, authorities said.”
Washington Post: Smoke rises above Hains Point as boat burns “A boat caught fire Sunday morning , sending a curling column of smoke rising above one of t he most prominent locations on the Washington region’s waterways.”
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Posted June 13 2017 at 10:07 AM by DC Police Union News | Permanent Link