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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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Lt. Gary Rogers with the D.C. Fire Department, right, uses a fire hose to wash dried blood off the sidewalk in front of the Tyler House Apartments in the 1200 block of North Capitol Street NW where 11 people were injured in a drive-by shooting, Washington, D.C., Monday, March 11, 2013. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

13 wounded in D.C. shooting

Thirteen people were injured in a drive-by shooting outside an apartment complex in Northwest D.C. early Monday in a sudden burst of violence involving what residents described as dozens of gunshots. Published March 11, 2013

Fire Chief Kenneth Ellerbe touts his changes for EMS service as a way to provide better service, denying that it is for staffing or budgetary reasons. (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)

D.C. fire officials address ambulance problems in bizarre press event

The D.C. fire department now has two fully-stocked, reserve ambulances ready to be put on the street in case others have mechanical problems — a new tactic meant to prevent an incident such as occurred Tuesday, when several ambulances had mechanical problems and none were available to transport a police officer injured in a hit-and-run to a hospital. Published March 8, 2013

Ambulances missing night officer was hurt

A quarter of the District's 39 ambulances were unaccounted for on the night a D.C. police officer injured in a hit-and-run accident had to be taken to a hospital by a transport unit from Prince George's County, city officials said Thursday. Published March 7, 2013

3 shot in 2 D.C. robberies

Three men were shot and injured in the District during two recent robbery attempts in which victims fought back against their attackers, police said. Published March 6, 2013

6 teens indicted in fatal stabbing on Metro platform

Six teens face murder charges in the fatal stabbing of an 18-year-old who was killed at the Woodley Park Metro Station after confronting a group who robbed him earlier in the night, prosecutors said Wednesday. Published February 27, 2013

Jason Thomas Scott

Mistrial declared in P.G. double-murder case

A Prince George's County Circuit Court judge declared a mistrial Monday in the double murder trial of Jason Thomas Scott, who is accused of killing a Largo woman and her daughter. Published February 25, 2013

5 arrested in killing of 15-year-old in P.G.

Five men are under arrest in the fatal shooting of Suitland High School student Charles Walker Jr., Prince George's County police said Wednesday. Published February 20, 2013

Ingmar Guandique, 27, accused of the 2001 slaying of Chandra Levy in Rock Creek Park, is escorted Wednesday into the D.C. police department's violent crimes unit by Detective Todd Williams. Guandique is expected to appear Thursday in D.C. Superior Court.

Documents spur request for new trial for Chandra Levy’s killer

Defense attorneys for the man convicted of killing Chandra Levy will request a new trial after learning that prosecutors had "significant impeaching" information about one of the government's witnesses, according to documents partially unsealed in the case Tuesday. Published February 19, 2013

1 killed, 1 injured in P.G. double shooting

One person was killed and another critically injured after a double shooting Tuesday night in Forestville, Prince George's County police said. Published February 19, 2013

4-year-old dies after D.C. house fire

A 4-year-old girl hospitalized after a house fire that is being investigated as a possible arson died Tuesday, D.C. police confirmed. Published February 19, 2013

Trial starts in killings of mother, daughter in Largo

A suspected serial killer already serving a 100-year federal prison sentence for crimes committed during a spree of burglaries is set to go to trial Tuesday for the killing of a mother and daughter in Prince George's County in 2009 -- one of two sets of mother-daughter killings investigators think he committed. Published February 18, 2013