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Police: Suspect Shot, Killed After Stabbing Officer

Police responded to a domestic violence report at a home on 17th Street, between Newton and Monroe streets for a suspect attacking his grandfather.


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Body Found Under 11th St. Bridge in D.C.

Authorities have retrieved the body of adult male from the Anacostia River near the 11th Street Bridge in Washington.


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Two Injured in Northwest D.C. Shooting

Authorities are investigating a double shooting that occurred in northwest Washington over the weekend.


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DUI Crackdown: Breathalyzers Return to DC Police Cars

.C. police will resume blood-alcohol tests for suspected drunken drivers later this week, two years after the program was suspended because of testing equipment flaws.


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DC Police Won’t Release 911 Call of Family Research Council Shooting

The D.C. police department is refusing to release a copy of a 911 call made after a shooting at the headquarters of a conservative Christian lobbying group, even though such recordings are treated as public records in many other jurisdictions.


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Elderly Man, Elijah Wallace, Arrested For Two Sexual Assaults In DC

Elijah Wallace, an elderly man from the District, was arrested in connection with two sexual assaults that occurred within one hour of each other Wednesday morning in the District.


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Breathalyzers Appear Poised For Return To DC Police Cars After 2 Years

The use of breathalyzers by police in DC may soon become common place again. The DC council is expected to vote on a measure to reinstate the breath-testing equipment on Tuesday.


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DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier: Not Improper To Burn Documents

D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier says it’s not unusual or improper for the police force to burn documents, even as union officials continue to demand an investigation into how police department records came to be placed in trash bins and set afire.


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DC Police Official Warned Of “File Burn” In Email Before Records Were Destroyed

An email from a D.C. police department recruiting official shows Marvin Haiman advised staff members about a “file burn,” one day before personnel records were found on fire in dumpsters.


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Mistaken Homicide Suspect Alleges Excessive Force By DC Police

A New York City man who was in Washington for a conference of community activists says D.C. police officers used excessive force after mistaking him for a homicide suspect.