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DC Police Union – Daily News Clips – November 15th, 2016


A man is dead after a shooting Monday night in the Woodridge neighborhood. The shooting appeared to be domestic in nature. No suspect information is available at this time. • A man who was shot and critically wounded Monday night near the Washington Highlands neighborhood has died of his injuries. The shooting occurred about 11:10 p.m.

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WJLA: 1 man dead after shooting in NE that appears to be domestic in nature “A man is dead after a shooting in northeast Washington that DC police report appears to be domestic in nature, according to the Metropolitan Police Department. Police report the shooting took place shortly before 10 p.m. Monday in the 2300 block of Woodridge Street.”

Washington Post: Man shot in Southeast Washington dies of injuries “A man who was shot and critically wounded Monday night in Southeast Washington has died of his injuries, according to D.C. police. The shooting occurred about 11:10 p.m. in the 4300 block of Third Street, SE, near the Washington Highlands neighborhood. Police did not release the victim’s identity pending notification of relatives.”

NBC Washington: Police investigate two fatal shootings in DC “Police in Washington, D.C., are investigating two deadly shootings that happened Monday night. Police were called to the 2300 block of Woodridge Street NE at 9:30 p.m. Monday for a report of a shooting. Investigators say a man involved in a domestic incident was killed at the address. A suspect has been taken in for questioning, according to police. Over an hour later, police were called to the scene of a fatal shooting in Southeast Washington. The shooting happened in the 4300 block of 3rd Street SE at about 11 p.m. Police say a man who was shot died from his injuries. No arrests has been made.”

WUSA9: Police search for woman who threw hot soup at bus driver “Authorities are searching for a woman who threw hot soup on a bus driver in Washington. Metropolitan Area Transit Authority spokesman Dan Stessel says the incident began Sunday morning after the woman boarded the bus at the Benning Road station and refused to pay her fare. Stessel says the woman cursed at the driver, saying she wouldn’t pay. About 20 minutes later, the bus arrived at Union State, where the woman exited the bus and threw hot soup at the driver. She then fled on Massachusetts Avenue. Metro says the driver was treated and released from the hospital.”

Fox5DC: Police find home healthcare worker reported missing in southeast DC “Police have located a missing home healthcare worker from Burtonsville that was reported missing after she was reportedly caring for a client in southeast D.C. 24-year-old Noella Fenten Efeti, of the 3600 block of Autumn Glen Circle, had been reported missing after being seen last on Saturday, November 12, at approximately 9:00 p.m. Efeti is employed as a home healthcare worker and was believed to be caring for a client in the area of the 300 block of Parkland Place in the southeast D.C. area when she was last seen. Police located Efeti around 9 a.m. Monday.”

Mayor and City Council

WUSA9: DC Council to take final vote on ‘Death with Dignity’ bill “District of Columbia lawmakers are set to vote for the final time on a bill that would allow terminally ill patients to end their own lives with the help of a doctor. The “Death with Dignity” bill was approved earlier this month on an 11-to-2 vote. That’s a veto-proof margin, and Mayor Muriel Bowser said she would not veto the legislation. The council will vote Tuesday on whether to send it to the mayor. The bill would allow patients with six months or less to live to request lethal medication from their doctors. Physician-assisted death is legal in five states.”

WAMU: Mendelson says D.C. Council will vote on paid family leave bill in December “The D.C. Council will debate and vote in December on a bill giving workers in the city paid family leave, potentially advancing a measure that has earned passionate support from advocates who say it’s a social justice imperative and drawn warnings from business groups that say it’s simply too expensive. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson said Monday that the first of two votes on bill will happen Dec. 6. It was first introduced by Council members David Grosso (I-At Large) and Elissa Silverman (I-At Large) last year is set to happen on Dec. 6.”

NBC Washington: DC Council demands action on college savings plans after I-Team report “D.C. residents are getting a raw deal when it comes to the government’s college savings plan, according to multiple D.C. Council members following a News4 I-Team investigation of the District’s 529 fees. ‘I have a 529 plan for my daughter,’ said D.C. Councilmember Charles Allen (D-Ward 6). ‘I’ve had financial advisors say to me that they’re now advising their clients, ‘Do not invest in the District’s 529. Don’t do it.’ Multiple residents have told him he should, ‘Invest in Virginia, invest in Maryland, invest somewhere else,’ Allen said.”

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Posted November 15 2016 at 10:35 AM by DC Police Union News | Permanent Link

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