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Andrea Noble

Andrea Noble is a crime and public safety reporter for The Washington Times. She can be reached at

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D.C.'s IG faults paramedic response to 2008 'acid reflux' case

A D.C. paramedic who told a Northeast man he was likely suffering from acid reflux hours before the man died of a heart attack did not know or follow numerous department protocols — including those specifically outlining the action to take when a patient complains of chest pain, according to a report issued by the city's Office of the Inspector General. Published June 8, 2011

Two arrested in P.G. double fatal shooting

Prince George's County police have arrested two men in connection with a double shooting in Capitol Heights on Memorial Day that killed two cousins. Published June 8, 2011

Richmond Diallo Binns Phillips, a Metropolitan Police Department officer, was charged in the deaths of Wynetta Wright, 20, and 1-year-old Jaylin Wright, who family members said was his daughter. (Prince George's County Police Department)

D.C. officer charged in killing of P.G. woman

A Metropolitan Police Department officer accused of fatally shooting a woman with whom he was scheduled to have a court-ordered paternity test and leaving her infant daughter to die inside a sweltering car was held without bond Monday in Prince George's County District Court. Published June 6, 2011

D.C. police make arrest in fatal weekend shooting

A 25-year-old Landover man has been charged in connection with the fatal shooting of a football coach at McKinley Technology High School, the Metropolitan Police Department said Monday. Published June 6, 2011

Richmond Diallo Binns Phillips

P.G. police charge D.C. cop with murder

Prince George's County arrested a veteran Metropolitan Police Department officer Friday and charged him with the killing of a woman and her 1-year-old child. Published June 3, 2011

**FILE** D.C. Council member David A. Catania (The Washington Times)

Juvenile services reform bill greeted with mixed reactions

D.C. charter school and youth advocates voiced opposition Thursday to portions of a bill that would require teachers to screen students for behavioral health problems and more quickly refer truant students to the court system. Published June 2, 2011

Another guilty plea in P.G. corruption probe

A Prince George´s County developer has pleaded guilty in connection with the ongoing federal corruption probe that brought down former County Executive Jack B. Johnson, according to a plea agreement unsealed Thursday. Published June 2, 2011

Arrest made in killing of D.C. teen

Metropolitan Police on Thursday announced an arrest in the fatal shooting earlier this week of a 15-year-old boy. Published June 2, 2011

Five killed in P.G., D.C. on Memorial Day

Five people were killed in the District and Prince George's County on Memorial Day, rounding out a violent weekend in the Metropolitan area with a total of seven homicides. Published May 31, 2011

D.C.'s motorists race to the bottom

The District has the highest percentage of "unfit" motorists, who do not have the basic knowledge to pass a written driver's test, according to a national study by GMAC Insurance. Published May 26, 2011