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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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Washington, D.C. Fire and EMS Chief Kenneth B. Ellerbe speaks at a press conference held at Fire and EMS headquarters on his proposed plan to redeploy the department’s emergency medical service workers into a configuration that would leave ambulances staffed with no paramedics during the overnight hours, Washington, D.C., Tuesday, November 13, 2012. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

D.C. fire union chief calls sabotage claim ‘nuts’

The District's ambulances have been sabotaged. The assertion, laid out in a D.C. inspector general's report, is the latest tit-for-tat allegation highlighting the erosion of relations between labor and management within the city's Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department. Published March 24, 2013

7 face discipline after failed response to injured D.C. police officer

Three D.C. ambulance crews and a supervisory officer are facing possible discipline for failing to follow department protocols the night a police officer was struck by a car and no city ambulances were available to transport him to a hospital, according to an investigative report released Thursday. Published March 21, 2013

Laurel man fatally shot in D.C.

A Laurel man was fatally shot in his car early Thursday near the Farragut North Metro Station in Northwest D.C. Published March 21, 2013

A stripper was hit in the face with a champagne bottle during a tussle between a patron and the entourage of rapper Lil' Wayne earlier this month at the Stadium Club. The 13,000-square-foot strip club is located in the 2100 block of Queens Chapel Road, an industrial area. (J.M. Eddins Jr./The Washington Times)

Stripper sues D.C. club for sex discrimination

An exotic dancer is suing a well known D.C. strip club for $2 million, saying that she was pressured into having sex with the club's general manager in order to keep her job. Published March 20, 2013

Unusual clues lead D.C. police to charge woman in cousin's killing

A receipt for a prepaid cellphone, a firearms safety-course certificate and a very particular type of ammunition are among the clues that led authorities to charge a 65-year-old Silver Spring woman with first-degree murder in the shooting of her cousin. Published March 19, 2013

2 shot and injured at troubled D.C. apartment complex

Two people were shot during an apparent burglary attempt early Tuesday inside Tyler House, a Northwest D.C. affordable housing complex that was the site of a drive-by shooting in which 13 people were injured last week. Published March 19, 2013

Stiffer charge sought for making threats in Maryland

Two men arrested after threatening to go on shooting sprees last year in Prince George's County faced misdemeanor charges that were far less severe than the nature of the threats made, according to prosecutors supporting legislation that would make it a felony to issue threats of mass violence in Maryland. Published March 13, 2013

Burglars target P.G. homes under construction

Refrigerators, dishwashers and ovens were among the household appliances stolen by thieves who have targeted at least 25 new home construction sites in Prince George's County, police said. Published March 12, 2013

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