D.C. police investigators believe the suspect in a quadruple homicide had at least one accomplice who helped subdue a family and their housekeeper for nearly a day in the family’s multimillion-dollar home in Northwest Washington.
The annual Rolling Thunder Ride for Freedom roared through Washington on Sunday, but organizers of the event that has become America’s largest single-day motorcycle rally are concerned their numbers may dwindle as Vietnam veterans, who form the backbone of the event, grow older.
A bomb squad detonated a pressure cooker found in a car parked near the U.S. Capitol on Sunday, and an Alexandria, Virginia resident was arrested.
An anonymous Baltimore police officer said Friday that police force morale is “in the sewers” following riots that occurred after the death of Freddie Gray. Mr. Gray, 25, died April 19 from injuries he received during his April 12 arrest.
The state’s attorney in Baltimore says all six officers charged in the police-custody death of Freddie Gray have been indicted by a grand jury.
Daron Dylon Wint, suspected in the killings of a Northwest D.C. couple, their young son and their housekeeper, was captured Thursday night in Northeast, bringing a manhunt that stretched as far as New York City to a close.
It’s practically unthinkable to mention Memorial Day in the same sentence as Washington, D.C., without undertaking the monumental task of listing the holiday’s sights and sounds along the Mall and other historical paths.
Americans everywhere over the next several days will be honoring U.S. military men and women whose sworn duty is to help keep us safe. Most of the honorees will be men, because women are an afterthought.
Court records show that Daron Wint, the suspect of a quadruple homicide in Northwest Washington, has been the subject of numerous peace and protective orders, including those sought by his own relatives.
Authorities released photos of five people suspected of setting several fires in Baltimore during the riots there last month in the hopes of identifying the suspects.
The man suspected of killing wealthy D.C. businessman Savvas Savopoulos, his wife, their young son and the family’s housekeeper previously worked for the man’s company and is thought to have fled to Brooklyn, police officials announced Thursday.
D.C. police have identified a suspect in the gruesome quadruple slaying of Savvas Savopoulos, his wife, 10-year-old son and housekeeper, whose bodies were found inside the family’s Northwest home after a fire was intentionally set there.