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Daily News Clips - May 8, 2017


Michael Dupree Price, 36, was identified as the man who was shot and killed near the Benning Road Metro station on Friday. No suspect information is available at this time, and authorities are actively investigating the incident. • The parents of Trinity Jabore, a 7-week-old girl who died on Christmas, were charged with first-degree murder. After investigating the death, authorities believe the infant died because she was malnourished and beaten.

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Crime Updates

Washington Post: Authorities ID victim of Friday morning fatal shooting in SE Washington “A 36-year-old man was shot and killed early Friday along Benning Road in Southeast Washington, D.C. police said. The victim was identified as Michael Dupree Price of Southeast.”

Washington Post: Parents charged in starvation, beating death of 7-week-old infant “A 7-week-old girl who died on Christmas Day in Southwest Washington was malnourished and suffered broken ribs, according to D.C. police, who on Friday arrested the parents and charged them each with first-degree murder.”

Washington Post: D.C. ex-Marine charged after undercover FBI probe focused on pro-ISIS Facebook posts “A District ex-Marine has been charged with federal firearms offenses, U.S. prosecutors said, after his military training and Facebook posts expressing pro-Islamic State and extremist-racist ideologies made him an object of an undercover FBI investigation.”

Washington Post: On a wet afternoon near busy U Street, a robbery attempt “Typical Washington rowhouses line the north side of the block, and a D.C. public school occupies the south side. The street lies about half way between Logan Circle and the U Street NW corridor.”

WJLA: D.C. Police searching for critically missing 13-year-old boy “Police are searching for Aziyah Johnson, 13, who went critically missing on Saturday. D.C. Police say Johnson was last seen at around 1:30 p.m. in the 1200 block of Summer Road SE.”

Public Safety Update

Washington Post: Manhole explodes on street on Capitol Hill; one residence evacuated “An explosion occurred Friday morning in a manhole on Independence Avenue on Capitol Hill, causing no injuries but forcing the evacuation of one house, according to District authorities.”

Mayor and City Council

Washington Post: D.C. Council poised to block Bowser’s backyard chicken ban “After a month of debate dominated by confusion, anger, fear and enough bad puns to last a lifetime, it appears that a proposed ban on chickens in the nation’s capital is headed toward ignominious defeat.”

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Posted May 08 2017 at 10:46 AM by DC Police Union News | Permanent Link

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