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Crimes of Note: Nov. 30 Roundup

by Borderstan.com November 30, 2010 at 7:03 am 3 Comments

Did you think you heard gunshots Monday evening near 14th and V St. NW? You did, according to MPD’s Lt. Alberto Jova, the commander of Police Service Area (PSA) 305:

On November 29, 2010, at approximately 7:00 p.m., members of the Third District were investigating the sounds of gun shots in the vicinity of the 1400 block of V Street, N.W. Upon their arrival, members observed a male individual matching the lookout for the suspect. Members pursued the suspect on foot and observed him tossing a gun to the ground. The suspect was apprehended without further incident. A revolver was recovered on the scene.

Below is a list of robberies, assaults, stolen autos and burglaries in the Dupont-Logan-U Street area over the past week. Crimes are from police reports for Police Service Areas 208, 307 and 305.

Robbery

  • Friday, Nov. 26, 6:30 am, with Fear (strongarming a person), 13th and M St. NW.
  • Saturday, Nov. 27, 1:50 am, Pocketbook Snatch, 13th and S St. NW.
  • Saturday, Nov. 27, 1:40 am, 1400 block of 11th St. NW.
  • Sunday, Nov. 28, 1:50 am, with Force & Violence, 1500 block of 12th St. NW.

Assault with a Deadly Weapon

  • Thursday, Nov. 25, with Gun, 1400 block of R St. NW (Residence).

Stolen Auto

  • Monday, Nov. 22, 1500 block of Q St. NW.
  • Wednesday, Nov. 24, 11:30 pm, 1300 block of S St. NW.
  • Friday, Nov. 26, after 11:30 pm, Connecticut Ave. and R St. NW.

Burglary

  • Tuesday, Nov. 23, 1700 block of T St. NW.
  • Between Nov. 23 and 28, 1300 block of 18th Street NW (Residence).
  • Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1400 block of T St. NW.

Comments (3)

  1. I’m always amazed how people in DC will complain about an outdoor cafe and get all outraged about it. But gunshots? Not so much. That said, this corner and block are constantly full of “activity.” Wish those people in the new condos who complained out Eatonville having outdoor seating would get half as pissed about this stuff.

  2. Any more details on the gun assault on Thanksgiving on R Street anyone?

  3. @d: No, the only information was that it occurred inside a residence on that block.

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