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Andrea Noble

Andrea Noble

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

Articles by Andrea Noble

Police probe shooting pattern

Members of the District's transgender community fear they are being targeted after two attacks on the same block in two weeks during which transgender women were shot at with no provocation. Published August 2, 2011

National Night Out events link communities, police

Police and residents across the region will take to the streets Tuesday for National Night Out, an annual event that attempts to fight crime by bolstering relationships between communities and law enforcement agencies. Published August 1, 2011

D.C. man pleads guilty to fatally stabbing daughter

A D.C. man believed to have had sex with his teenage daughter shortly before he fatally stabbed her and stuffed her body in a trash can pleaded guilty to her murder Friday in D.C. Superior Court. Published July 29, 2011

Police arrest boyfriend in P.G. woman's killing

Prince George's County police have arrested the boyfriend of a woman found dead on her apartment balcony Thursday and charged the man with first-degree murder, officials said Friday. Published July 29, 2011

Northeast man attacked in apartment the night before his killing

The night before a 61-year-old Northeast man was fatally beaten in his basement apartment, he was attacked and bound in a similar manner but did not report the incident to police, according to testimony in D.C. Superior Court on Thursday. Published July 28, 2011

Police officer held without bond on murder, sex charges

A Maryland police officer was ordered held without bond Wednesday after being indicted on charges including attempted-murder and sex offenses, according to court records. The charges are in connection with the officer shooting a man, then claiming he was carjacked. Published July 27, 2011

Police: Man slashing female Virginia shoppers in buttocks

Young women are being warned to mind their behinds while shopping in the Fairfax area after investigators have linked a series of bizarre slashings, according to the Fairfax County Police Department. Published July 26, 2011

Ricardo Leon

Man fatally shot by Fairfax police was DoD security officer

A Centreville man fatally shot Thursday by Fairfax County police was a Defense Department security officer stationed at the vice president's mansion who had been hospitalized the previous day due to erratic behavior, coworkers and officials said. Published July 22, 2011

Heat wave gives D.C., suburbs a tropical feel

The sweltering heat and high humidity made it feel a hotter Thursday in the Washington area than the beaches of Panama or the floating markets of Bangkok, according to weather reports. Published July 21, 2011