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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Metropolitan Police Department Of The District Of Columbia
A year ago this month, the attorney general for the District of Columbia let NBC News anchor David Gregory off scot-free for possession of a “high capacity” magazine because doing so “would not promote public safety.” Financial adviser Mark Witaschek wasn't so lucky.
Washington police arrested an 11-year-old boy at school after they found him in possession of a gun, 400 rounds of ammunition and several knives — and parents weren't even informed of the incident until administrators sent a letter home.
The Washington Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) inquiry into whether NBC's David Gregory possession on national TV of an illegal 30-round "high-capacity" magazine has been ongoing for three weeks.
A teenager was stabbed in the stomach during a fight outside of a Metrorail station Sunday morning, Metro police said.
Records suggest that the the Metro's 600-member police force has conducted little enforcement of the transit system's everyday rules and that the department also counts among its ranks people who have been arrested for violent and predatory crimes.
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A new online reporting tool will allow people to submit reports of suspicious activity around the District and photos or videos of the activities directly to the Metropolitan Police Department, officials announced Wednesday.
A Metropolitan Police Department officer accused of drunkenly opening fire on a car full of people that included transgenders will be held without bond as he awaits trial.
Two men were shot and critically injured Tuesday night in a Landover neighborhood and another man was shot in Northeast Washington.
A woman found fatally stabbed near the Old Post Office Pavilion was identified Tuesday by the Metropolitan Police Department.
A preliminary hearing has been continued until Friday in the case of an off-duty Metropolitan Police Department officer accused of drunkenly climbing onto the hood of a car and firing shots at the five people inside after an altercation with the group.
A Northeast woman has been charged in connection with the fatal stabbing of a neighbor with whom she frequently fought, according to police and court records.
Police in the District and Prince George’s County are investigating fatal shootings from Friday night and Saturday afternoon.
A drunken off-duty Metropolitan Police Department officer fired a gun and wounded a person among a group of people — some of whom were transgender — after a confrontation with them early Friday morning, police said.