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Daily News Clips - May 22, 2017


An arrest warrant for second-degree murder has been issued for Seth Holmes, 23, in connection with the death of Damonta Thompson. Photos of the suspect were released by authorities, and police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating him. • Anthony Wade, 30, and his uncle, Antwain Bailey, 47, were sentenced to prison in connection with the fatal shooting of Aubrey Dansbury, 27, in March 2016. The incident occurred near the District-Maryland border in Southeast.

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Washington Post: Investigators search for man in connection with D.C. shooting death “An arrest warrant has been issued in connection with a fatal shooting last week near the southern tip of the District, D.C. police said. Police said Friday that the D.C. Superior Court has issued a warrant charging Seth Holmes with second degree murder in the death of Damonta Thompson.”

Washington Post: Man, nephew sentenced to more than a decade in prison in 2016 fatal shooting “On Friday in D.C. Superior Court, the two men, 30-year-old Anthony Wade and his uncle, 47-year-old Antwain Bailey of Temple Hills, Md., were sentenced to multiple years in prison for the March 9, 2016, fatal shooting of Aubrey Dansbury, 27.”

Washington Post: Sex assault reported at Holocaust Museum; visitors locked in “A sexual assault was reported Sunday at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, and the building was placed on lockdown, authorities said. The assault was reported at 3:20 p.m., according to Sgt. Anna Rose, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Park Police.”

Washington Post: Man shot in parking lot of Brookland Metro station in Northeast Washington “A man was shot and wounded Friday afternoon in the parking lot of the Brookland-CUA Metro station in Northeast Washington, according to D.C. police.”

WJLA: 4 men indicted for alleged roles in 19 armed robberies, 3 carjackings in D.C. area “Four men have been indicted on Friday for their alleged involvement in 19 separate armed robberies and three carjackings in the Washington, D.C. area between Nov. 2016 and April 2017.”

Washington Post: Man arrested, charged in spate of office burglaries in downtown Washington “In and around the man-made canyon formed by the office buildings on L Street NW in downtown Washington, a burglar has been at work since the beginning of the year, D.C. police said.”

NBC Washington: Three Teens Reported Missing From Northwest DC “Three teenagers have gone missing in different areas of Northwest D.C., police announced Saturday.”

Fox5DC: Southeast DC residents want crosswalk, speed bumps placed on street where boy was killed “The family and neighbors of a 6-year-old boy killed after being struck by a car in Southeast D.C. are demanding for the city to take action before another life is lost. It was Xavier Luckey’s sixth birthday when he tragically lost his life while crossing Livingston Road Wednesday night.”

Police Update

Fox5DC: DC attorney general turns over police body cam videos he once said the public had no right to see “A long running dispute over D.C. police body camera footage has finally come to a close. Attorney General Karl Racine has turned over five recordings FOX 5 has been asking to see since last September. The footage shows how police are using the cameras in their cases against suspected drunk drivers.”

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

Posted May 22 2017 at 10:58 AM by DC Police Union News | Permanent Link

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