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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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Police: Teen couple plotted to rob, kill D.C. cab driver

As far as relationships go, theirs was a whirlwind. The pair of 17-year-olds, from opposite ends of suburban Maryland, began dating the first week of November and by the second week they were charged with murder. Published November 12, 2012

Shots fired during car chase after downtown D.C. robbery

D.C. police are investigating an early Friday morning robbery near Dupont Circle and searching for several suspects — at least one of whom fired a gun at the victims during a car chase near the White House. Published November 9, 2012

District Heights officer indicted in shooting of handcuffed man

A District Heights police officer who shot a handcuffed man in the back as he fled from the officer's custody was indicted Thursday on attempted murder in connection with the shooting, Prince George's County prosecutors said. Published November 1, 2012


Ruling on D.C. fire chief called ‘sobering’

An arbitrator's ruling that D.C. Fire Chief Kenneth B. Ellerbe unlawfully retaliated against the president of the city firefighters union is "sobering" and "not good for the department," D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson said Wednesday. Published October 31, 2012

An arbitrator ruled Fire Chief Kenneth Ellerbe retaliated against the president D.C. firefighters union by transferring him to another job and seeking to manufacture a justification for the move. (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)

D.C. arbitrator: Fire chief guilty of retaliation

D.C. Fire Chief Kenneth Ellerbe unlawfully retaliated against the president of the city firefighters union by transferring him from his work assignment and seeking to manufacture a justification for the move, an arbitrator has ruled. Published October 30, 2012

A car hydroplanes in standing water northbound on the George Washington Memorial Parkway neat Gravelly Point in Alexandria on Monday as Hurricane Sandy smashes the Atlantic Coast with devastating winds and heavy rain. (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)

Trees downed by hurricane force roads to close

A handful of roads were closed due to high water or downed trees Monday afternoon as Hurricane Sandy moved into the D.C. area, though the storm was expected to wreak far more havoc on the region into Tuesday. Published October 29, 2012