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Topic - William Miller
Four teenagers will be charged as adults with robberies linked to the recent fatal stabbing of another teen in the Woodley Park Metro Station, according to prosecutors.
Metropolitan police arrested seven men Tuesday who they say are linked to a drug trafficking organization responsible for distributing large amounts of cocaine in the D.C. area, prosecutors said.
Asked Monday about the status of the probe, William Miller, a spokesman for the U.S. attorney's office, said "the investigation into the 2010 mayoral election is continuing."
"No one has been charged with respect to that," said William Miller, spokesman for the U.S. Attorney's Office.