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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

Gary Giordano

Aruban judge again extends Giordano detention

An Aruban judge on Friday ordered a Gaithersburg man suspected in the disappearance of a travel companion detained for an additional 30 days, according to prosecutors. Published October 28, 2011

Phyllis Murray, the mother of Lululemon Athletica murder victim Jayna Murray arrives to the Montgomery County Circuit Court for the trial for the murder suspect, Brittany Norwood, Rockville, MD, Thursday, October 27, 2011. (Andrew Harnik / The Washington Times)

Suspect's account of slaying played during Lululemon trial

Jurors in the Lululemon Athletica murder trial heard Thursday from the woman accused of beating and stabbing a co-worker to death when prosecutors played a tape-recorded interview in which she gave detectives her first account of what happened the night of the killing. Published October 27, 2011

Brittany Norwood

Lululemon victim was alive through most of beating

Opening arguments in the first-degree murder trial of Brittany Norwood, charged in the horrific killing of her co-worker, provided the most dramatic account yet of a crime that shocked the region for its viciousness and for the twists and turns of an investigation that ultimately revealed a morbidly staged crime scene. Published October 26, 2011

Selection of jury starts in Rockville

Jury selection began Monday in the murder trial of Brittany Norwood, the woman accused of fatally beating a co-worker - and then attempting to cover up the crime - at the Lululemon yoga boutique in Bethesda. Published October 24, 2011

Brittany Norwood

Jury selection under way in Lululemon murder case

Jury selection began Monday in the murder trial of Brittany Norwood, the woman accused of fatally beating a co-worker — and then attempting to cover up the crime — at the Lululemon yoga boutique in Bethesda. Published October 24, 2011

Fatal stabbing in Southeast D.C.

A 30-year-old man was fatally stabbed Thursday night in the Barry Farms neighborhood in Southeast, a block away from the location where a man was slain Monday, police said. A woman is in custody for the stabbing. Published October 21, 2011

** FILE ** Natwar M. Gandhi (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)

D.C. ex-tax examiner admits to theft

A former tax examiner with the District's Office of Tax and Revenue admitted Thursday to stealing more than $414,000 from the government office over a four-year-period. Published October 20, 2011

D.C. police sergeant sentenced for drunken gun threat

A sergeant in the Metropolitan Police Department was sentenced to four years in jail for drunkenly threatening a friend with a handgun, Prince George's County prosecutors announced Thursday. Published October 20, 2011

D.C. records five killings in 48 hours

Two men were killed Monday night in unrelated shootings in the District, bringing to five the number of homicides in the District since Saturday night, the Metropolitan Police Department said. Published October 18, 2011

Police in Montgomery County search for a missing child, 11-year-old William McQuain, in Clarksburg on Monday. Capt. Paul Starks said that information was relayed to the police to direct their search in a particular area near an industrial park off of Interstate 270. (T.J. Kirkpatrick/The Washington Times)

Search continues for missing Germantown boy

Police in Montgomery County searched additional parks Monday in Clarksburg and Damascus with the hopes of finding an 11-year-old boy whose mother was discovered slain in her Germantown home. Published October 17, 2011

D.C. firefighters union picks up Twitter torch

The removal of the District's fire department spokesman and neutering of the agency's Twitter account has left a void in the District's "Twitterverse," but members of the agency's union say they plan to pick up the slack. Published October 14, 2011