Posted on 09 November 2011.
“Columbia Rd at Kalorama Park” is by Mike in DC from the Borderstan flickr pool.
From Luis Gomez. You can follow Luis on Twitter @LuisGomezPhotos and at One Photograph A Day.
Photos of the Day are pulled from the Borderstan Reader Photos pool on Flickr.
Todayâ€™s photo, â€śColumbia Road at Kalorama Park,â€ť was taken by Mike in DC on October 30th. Mike in DC says: â€śthis is where the open air food market relocated to after leaving the small plaza in front of City Bikes.â€ť
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Posted in Arts & Entertainment
Posted on 05 February 2009.
From the MPD, via the Third District listserv on Yahoo! Groups:
(Washington, DC) – The Metropolitan Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance to identify and locate a suspect wanted in connection with an armed robbery which occurred on Columbia Road, NW.
At approximately 9:05 a.m., on Saturday, January 31, 2009, a lone male reportedly entered C.W. Financial located in the 1700 block of Columbia Road, NW. Once inside the suspect displayed a silver colored handgun and robbed the business of an undetermined amount of cash before fleeing the scene.
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Posted in Uncategorized
Posted on 31 January 2009.
The MPD Third District headuarters are at 1620 V Street NW. A substation in Columbia Heights serves PSAs 302 and 304. East Borderstan (east of 15th St.) is in PSA 307.
From MPD’s Inspector Edward Delgado on the MPD Third District listserv on Yahoo! Groups:
I am happy to report that the murder that happened in the 1300 block of Columbia Road NW earlier this month has been closed with the arrest of a juvenile male. I thank all partners within the community that helped with the closure of this case. In addition I want to thank members of the United States Police for the recovery of key evidence in this crime.Â I can assure you that we will continue our presence in Columbia Heights Village Apartments.Â – Edward Delgado
Posted in Crime