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Latest Metropolitan Police Items
Authorities are investigating whether a D.C. police officer was running a prostitution ring out of his Southeast home after a missing teenage girl was found there.
D.C. police released video Monday showing two men believed to have stolen more than $10,000 in donations from the Salvation Army.
D.C. police activated 100 new "next-generation" traffic cameras this weekend to target a growing number of motorist violations ranging from failure to stop for pedestrians in crosswalks to blocking the box.
Two similar attacks on women in the District have prompted concern that the Internet-fueled youth violence phenomenon called the "knockout" game has taken hold in the city — but criminologists say the history of such attacks stretch back years and happen less frequently than perceived.
Three traumatized women have been rescued from a London home after one called a charity to say she'd been held against her will for more than three decades, British police said Thursday.
The latest gun-control scheme that starts on Jan. 1 will force every legal firearm owner in the nation’s capital to go in person to police headquarters to renew their registration certificates.
Re-registration is an assault on the Second Amendment
The D.C. police department has released information about how to re-register firearms in the city — two years after the original deadline.
The owner of the Washington Capitals and Wizards says he doesn't ask for much from the D.C. government, but that better traffic control and increased police presence around Verizon Center would be nice.