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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - E. Wesley Adams
A Metropolitan Police Department officer accused of fatally shooting a woman with whom he was scheduled to have a court-ordered paternity test and leaving her infant daughter to die inside a sweltering car was held without bond Monday in Prince George's County District Court.
Miss Wright and Officer Phillips were due in court May 31 for a paternity hearing at which Officer Phillips would have been ordered to provide a DNA sample to determine whether he was Jaylin's father, said Assistant State's Attorney E. Wesley Adams.