Jeffery Lawrence King, 33, was fatally shot Thursday in the Deanwood neighborhood. DC Police are actively investigating the incident, and they are searching for a tall man armed with a gun. • Brayan Rodolfo Giron, 14, was described as missing by the authorities. He was last seen in the Brightwood neighborhood, and DC Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating the missing person.
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Washington Post: Virginia man fatally shot in Northeast Washington “A Virginia man was fatally shot in Northeast Washington early Thursday, police said. About 12:15 a.m., officers responded to the 800 block of 46th Street NE for the report of the sounds of gunshots, D.C. police said in a statement.”
WJLA: 1 dead in shooting in Northeast D.C.; police search for man armed with gun “A shooting left a person dead early Thursday morning in Northeast Washington, and police are searching for a man armed with a gun.”
WUSA9: MISSING: 14-year-old NW DC boy “Police need help locating a missing 14-year-old from Northwest, D.C. Brayan Rodolfo Giron was last seen in the 1400 block of Rock Creek Ford Road NW on Wednesday.”
Fox5DC: White supremacy, anti-Semitic flyers found in DC neighborhoods “Anti-Semitic and white supremacy flyers are popping up in neighborhoods in Northwest D.C. and it is not the first time pamphlets like this have appeared in the D.C. region.”
Washington Post: 40 arrested as health-care bill protesters swarm Capitol Hill this week “It seems everyone at the various health-care protests in Washington this week brought a story. The Pennsylvania man who relied on the Affordable Care Act for his dialysis and was willing to get arrested so his senator understood the legislation was life and death.”
Public Safety Update
Washington Post: Nicholas Addams, 82, dies after being hit by vehicle in Northwest Washington “An 82-year-old man who was struck by a vehicle on Monday while crossing a street near Dupont Circle in Northwest Washington has died of his injuries, according to D.C. police.”
Mayor and City Council
Washington Post: Publicly financed campaigns in D.C. would reduce influence of big donors, advocates testify “A bill designed to increase the power of small donors in local politics and open the field to candidates who aren’t backed by big campaign contributors gained support from the public at a D.C. Council committee hearing Thursday.”
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Posted June 30 2017 at 12:14 PM by DC Police Union News | Permanent Link