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  • Four weekend stabbings reported in DC

    Four people were stabbed over the weekend, including one man who was attacked while walking out of a nightclub, according to D.C. police.

  • Javon Steven Foster. Photo from D.C. Police Department.

    Man suspected of killing woman identified as child's father

    The man who police believe killed a woman and shot a child as they got on a Metrobus on Sunday evening had been identified in court documents as the child's father.

  • Suspect in
 shootings dies 
in New York

    A man believed by police to have fatally shot his girlfriend and wounded their child as they boarded a Metrobus in Southeast was found dead in New York on Monday evening in an apparent suicide.

  • SIMMONS: In the dark is nowhere to be about crime information

    The city is experiencing lower homicide rates, as officials recently announced, and that is truly good news (and let's pray it continues). Gathering, disseminating and sharing accurate daily, weekly, monthly and yearly crime information equals credibility. As things stand now, the department is blocking the public's view.

  • 4-year-old boy shot at Southeast home

    A 4-year-old boy was shot by a stray bullet during a Saturday night shooting that injured a second person outside the child's home, D.C. police said.

  • ** FILE ** Metropolitan Police (The Washington Times)

    D.C. police report fatal stabbing at Metro station

    D.C. police have several people in custody following a fatal overnight stabbing inside the Woodley Park Metro Station.

  • Robbery, shooting reported near White House

    D.C. police say shots were fired just blocks from the White House following an armed robbery attempt.

  • D.C. police Capt. Robin Hoey, seen here in late 2006 when he was 6th District commander prior to a demotion, will now helm the realigned 7th District. (The Washington Times)

    Demoted D.C. cop back on top

    A D.C. police commander who sued the department and lost after he was demoted in the early days of Chief Cathy L. Lanier's administration has again been promoted to lead one of the city's police districts.

  • D.C. police officer says PG police beat him

    A D.C. police officer filed a $3 million civil lawsuit Wednesday against two Prince George's County police officers, saying the officers beat him with a baton and struck him in the face while he was handcuffed during a confrontation outside a Fairmount Heights restaurant and strip club.

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