Saeve Evans, 30, a person of interest in the fatal shooting of Breyona McMillian, was arrested for unlawful possession of a firearm. He is not charged with McMillian’s death. • Randolph Williams, Kadeem Quarles, and Maurice Blakey, all 25, have been arrested and charged with first-degree murder while armed for the fatal shooting of Timothy Spicer, 25, in Anacostia on November 17, 2007.
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WTOP: Person of interest in teen’s killing arrested after turning himself in “Days after a 16-year-old girl was gunned down in her neighborhood, a man D.C. police say is key to solving her killing was arrested on a weapons charge after turning himself in. D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham confirmed to WTOP that Saeve Evans is under arrest for unlawful possession of a firearm. He is not charged in the death of 16-year-old Breyona McMillian, who was killed the day after Thanksgiving. Saeve Evans turned himself in at the Fifth District Police Station, Tuesday night. Earlier Tuesday, Newsham named the 30-year-old convicted felon as the key to solving the case in a news conference.”
Washington Post: D.C. police make arrests in death of Ben’s Chili Bowl cook 9 years after shooting “Within 90 minutes of Timothy Spicer’s getting carjacked and fatally shot outside the Anacostia Metro station in November 2007, police had tracked down his stolen black Chevrolet Caprice with chrome rims, and caught a potential suspect. Police questioned Randolph Williams, then in his teens, but said they had no evidence at that time to link him to the killing of the 25-year-old short-order cook at Ben’s Chili Bowl in Northwest Washington. A detective noted that while detained, Williams had a pair of sunglasses. It took seven years for D.C. police to link those sunglasses to Spicer.”
Fox5DC: Surveillance video released of suspect wanted in attempted sexual assault at DC hotel “D.C. police have released surveillance video of a suspect who attempted to sexually assault a female employee at knifepoint at a downtown D.C. hotel. According to the police report, the victim said the male suspect placed a knife to her throat and forced her to undress inside a room on the 11th floor of the Grand Hyatt Washington hotel in Northwest D.C. at around 7:45 p.m. Saturday. The suspect is described as a Hispanic male between 21 to 25 years old, 5’1” to 5’6” tall with a medium build, light complexion and black hair. He was wearing a blue jacket, dark-colored pants and white or grey shoes.”
NBC Washington: Parents of victim raped at Georgetown party frustrated that no arrests made yet “The parents of a woman who says she was sexually assaulted at an exclusive Halloween party at a mansion in Georgetown are concerned about the time it’s taking for charges to be filed against her attacker. The victims’ parents’ reaction was first reported by the Washington Post. The victim, a 21-year-old college student, was assaulted Oct. 29 at an invitation-only event at a home known as the Dodge Mansion on P Street NW. Private security officers checked in about 300 guests. The victim told police a man sexually assaulted her by force in a second-floor room of the home, a police report says. The attacker used his hands and feet as weapons, the woman told police.”
WTOP: All DC patrol officers to wear body cams by end of year “The Metropolitan Police Department has nearly completed the rollout of body cameras to all of its 2,600 patrol officers. Interim D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham said the rollout should be finished by mid-December. The city has spent more than $5 million to make it happen.”
Mayor and City Council
Fox5DC: DC mayor urges caution on paid family leave bill “ District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser is not ready to back the D.C. Council’s plan to provide paid family leave to people who work in the nation’s capital. The council will vote Tuesday on whether to impose a tax on businesses to fund 11 weeks of paid leave for the birth or adoption of a child and eight weeks of leave to care for a sick relative. The benefits would be the most generous in the nation. The Democratic mayor said Tuesday she’s concerned that two-thirds of the people who’d use the benefits live outside the District.”
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Posted November 30 2016 at 10:29 AM by DC Police Union News | Permanent Link