A man was fatally stabbed Thursday night in Northwest Washington near Fort Totten. Officers were called for a man down and found the victim suffering from several stab wounds, but was pronounced dead at the scene. No suspect information is available.
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“A man was fatally stabbed Thursday night in Northwest Washington near Fort Totten, according to D.C. police. The incident occurred about 9:15 p.m. in the 400 block of Buchanan Street NW, near Grant Circle just off New Hampshire Avenue. Police said officers were called for a man down and found the victim suffering from several stab wounds. Police said he was pronounced dead on the scene. His identity was not immediately released.”
Mayor and City Council
WAMU: Bowser says $100 million for affordable housing is ‘historic.’ But is it enough? “Speaking at a groundbreaking last week, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser drew cheers from the crowd when she made a big announcement: During the 2016 fiscal year, which ended in September, the city had spent $106 million on affordable housing. That $106 million came from the Housing Production Trust Fund, and is helping build or preserve 1,200 units of affordable housing throughout the city. The money comes from Bowser’s pledge to put $100 million each year into the HPTF, which draws in part from deed and recordation taxes and gets the rest of its funding from money directly appropriated by the mayor and D.C. Council.”
Washington Post: Hyattsville man identified as victim of pedestrian crash in New Carrollton “Police have identified a Hyattsville man as the person fatally struck by an SUV on Wednesday night. Kevin Fowler, 47, was crossing the street about 10:30 p.m. near Annapolis Road and West Lanham Drive in New Carrollton when an SUV struck him, according to Prince George’s County police. Fowler was not in a crosswalk, and the driver remained at the scene, police said. Fowler was taken to a hospital, where he later died.”
WTOP: Army soldiers provide aid in deadly Metrobus crash in DC “The top U.S. Army officer and several of his staff and aides were among the first to go to the aid of motorists in a bus crash in southeast Washington Wednesday night that left one person dead and three others injured. Gen. Mark Milley, the chief of staff of the Army, was traveling from Joint Base Andrews to Fort Myer in Virginia in a two-car convoy and came upon the accident. Police said a Metrobus and a car collided on Suitland Parkway near Stanton Road.”
Fox5DC: Brakes cause smoke scare at Dupont Circle Metro station “Brakes are being blamed for smoke in a D.C. Metrorail tunnel Friday morning. The incident happened around 9 a.m. as a train was leaving the Dupont Circle station. Emergency crews responded but reported no injuries. Some smoke was seen in the station and tunnel area. Some minor delays associated with the incident were reported.”
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Posted October 14 2016 at 10:47 AM by DC Police Union News | Permanent Link