Victor Anthony Bolden, 26, was fatally shot in his home in the Queens Chapel neighborhood on Thursday evening. The police report says that the inside of the house had been ransacked and property was taken. No suspect information is available. • A man was shot and injured Friday morning in the Deanwood neighborhood. The unidentified man was taken to an area hospital. No suspect information is available.
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Washington Post: D.C. police say house where man was fatally shot was ransacked “A 26-year-old man has been identified as the victim of Thursday afternoon’s fatal shooting inside a home in Northeast Washington, according to D.C. police. Victor Anthony Bolden, who had been shot several times, was pronounced dead at the scene, police said in a statement. A police report says Bolden lived in the home in which he was killed. The shooting was first reported shortly after 5 p.m. in the 600 block of Nicholson Street NE, adjacent to the Riggs Road Playground and near the Michigan Park neighborhood. The police report says that the inside of the house had been ransacked and property was taken.”
WJLA: Man injured in shooting in Northeast D.C. “A man was shot and injured Friday morning in Northeast Washington, according to Metropolitan Police. The unidentified man was taken to an area hospital. Police say the shooting occurred in the 5000 block of Jay Street, NE. This story will be updated as more information becomes available.”
WUSA9: 3 suspects being sought after brutal attack of man in DC “DC Police are still looking for three suspects who attacked a man on November 26th. The brutal attack was captured on nearby surveillance cameras. Morse Street in Northeast, D.C. was quiet on Thursday, in sharp contrast to Nov. 26th at 3 a.m. Video footage shows three suspects pulling a victim to the ground. DC Police say the attackers used a gun to demand money as they hit the male victim over and over again in the head.”
WUSA9: FOUND: Brother and sister from Southeast, D.C. “D.C. police say they have found a pair of missing siblings from Southeast. They were both found in good condition, police said. Janiya Davis, 15, and her brother Jermaine, 12, were last seen Sunday, November 27 at about 7 p.m. They were together at the time. The brother and sister are students at Johnson Middle School.”
NBC Washington: Crime meeting in Georgetown after recent crimes against women “Georgetown’s Waterfront Park, where people jog and take walks along the Potomac River, is also the place where a man sexually assaulted a woman Oct. 19, according to U.S. Park Police. It’s the fifth similar crime reported in Georgetown since August. On 35th Street, a man with a knife grabbed a woman, covered her mouth and threw her down before she scared him away, police said. A few blocks away, a man exposed himself to a woman. On 37th Street, a woman was grabbed. And on Potomac Street, a man inappropriately touched a woman on the steps of a home.”
Mayor and City Council
Washington Post: Nominee to lead D.C. schools says he is ready to tackle the system’s biggest problems “D.C. Council members on Thursday asked Antwan Wilson, the nominee to lead D.C. Public Schools, to provide details on how he plans to close achievement gaps between white and minority students, increase enrollment, and boost teacher and principal satisfaction in the city’s schools. If confirmed, Wilson said he would build on the changes put in place under the previous two school chancellors to make the system a national model for providing a high-quality education to all students, regardless of income or race.”
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Posted December 09 2016 at 11:14 AM by DC Police Union News | Permanent Link