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Daily News Clips - June 2, 2017

Summary

A woman stabbed a man in the arm in the parking lot of a Giant grocery store in the Douglass neighborhood late Wednesday night. According to reports, the suspect and victim were in an argument, when the suspect pulled out a knife and started slashing the victim’s tires and ultimately stabbed the man. • Bryan Moles, 43, was arrested Wednesday for bringing a military-style rifle to the Trump hotel and requesting to meet with the President.

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Washington Post: After being stabbed, D.C. man drives 7 miles to reach Howard University Hospital “A man who was stabbed in the arm in Southeast Washington late Wednesday drove himself to a spot near the Howard University campus seeking medical care, according to D.C. police.”

WJLA: Police: Woman slashes tires of vehicle in parking lot of DC grocery store, stabs man “A man was stabbed by a woman who also slashed the tires of a vehicle in the parking lot of a Giant grocery store in the 1500 block of Alabama Ave., SE, D.C. Wednesday evening, authorities said. ”

Washington Post: Man found with military-style rifle at Trump hotel wanted to ‘bring down big pharmacy’ and meet president “A Pennsylvania man arrested at Trump International Hotel in downtown Washington after a military-style rifle was found in his vehicle was ordered released from detention Thursday despite having said that he came to the District with guns and ammunition to meet with President Trump.”

NBC Washington: Girl Found in Columbia Heights Identified “A little girl who was found on 14th Street NW in Columbia Heights Wednesday night has been identified. The child was found about 10 p.m. on the 2900 block of 14th Street NW, south of Columbia Heights Metro station, D.C. police said Thursday afternoon.”

Mayor and City Council

Fox5DC: New voucher program helps low-income District residents get free home security cameras “D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is launching a new voucher program to help low-income district residents get free home-security cameras.”

Washington Post: Council member Todd gets minor fine for many campaign finance infractions “A D.C. Council member who assured the public last month that he had “completely accounted for and properly reported” campaign contributions at the center of a city audit failed to meet the deadline and has been ordered to pay $5,100 in fines.”

Washington Post: DC’s Grocery Gap Reflects City’s Income Divide “A vast majority of the District’s supermarkets are located in the city’s most affluent neighborhoods, while options for fresh produce and other groceries are fewer in poorer areas, a newly released report has found.”

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Posted June 02 2017 at 10:14 AM by DC Police Union News | Permanent Link

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