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  • Andrea Noble in The Washington Times reports that the incidents are among 19 emergency calls this year from the 2100 block of Queens Chapel Road — an industrial area where the 13,000-square-foot Stadium Club and neighboring nightclub DC Star are located.

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  • Andrea Noble of this newspaper reported that a crime wave in his ward, which includes Adams Morgan and Columbia Heights, is leaving residents a bit jittery.

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