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Borderstan’s Most Popular Crime Stories of 2012

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The December 10 gun robbery on the 1400 block of P Street NW topped the list of 2012 Crime stories. (Luis Gomez Photos)

It’s that time again… a look back before we start 2013. Like last December, we will provide you with a list of the most-read stories on Borderstan by category. Today are the Top 10 from the Crime section.

The web is forever, so they say. Posted stories continue to get hits a long time after originally going up on the site. As a result, some of the most-read stories for the year were sometimes published the year before — especially if they were published late the year before.

Top 10 Borderstan Crime Stories of 2012

These Crime t stories were Top 10 most read last year on Borderstan.com. Crime writer Cody Telep had five of the Top 10 stories while in the Crime section.

  1. 6:30 PM Monday Gun Robbery, 1400 Block of P Street NW (Cody Telep)
  2. Man Shot in Vicinity 17th and Corcoran NW Saturday Afternoon (Luis Gomez)
  3. Stabbing at Tabaq Bistro Early Saturday Leads to Temporary Closure (Cody Telep)
  4. Police Tips: Protect Yourself From Robbery, Assault (Bordertan)
  5. Update on 17th and Corcoran Shooting: Second Suspect Sought (Cody Telep)
  6. 10:15 PM Shooting on Saturday, 1400 Block of R Street NW (Borderstan)
  7. Update on Early Saturday Morning Shooting, 1100 Block U Street NW (Cody Telep)
  8. 2 Victims in Early Sunday Morning Stabbing at 14th and U NW (Borderstan)
  9. Logan Prostitution Operation Nets 10 Arrests (Cody Telep)
  10. Gun Robbery Early Sunday Morning on 14th Street NW (Borderstan)

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