Six Weekend Violent Crimes in Robbery Spree

by June 17, 2013 at 8:00 am 2 Comments

From Cody Telep. Follow him on Twitter @codywt, email him at cody[AT]

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Crime news from Dupont-Logan-U Street.

Four robberies took place in Borderstan Friday night and early Saturday morning, one of which involved a handgun. A stabbing and a robbery at knifepoint were reported early Sunday morning.

At 5:45pm Friday a gun robbery was reported at the intersection of 14th Street NW and S Street NW. The suspect is described as an approximately 50 year old black male about 5’8″ to 5’10” tall with a dark complexion. He was armed with a silver handgun.

At about 10:15pm Friday a robbery with force was reported in the 1800 block of Vermont Avenue NW. Police are seeking four black female juveniles in that incident.

Just after 10:48pm Friday a robbery fear was reported at the intersection of 8th Street NW and Q Street NW. The suspect in that case is described as a black male about 5’8″ tall with a medium complexion.

In the final Friday night incident, a robbery with force was reported at about 1:25 am Saturday in the 1600 block of S Street NW. The suspects are described as four black males.

On Saturday evening into early Sunday morning, two incidents took places in the U Street area. A stabbing was reported in the 1900 block of 9th Street NW just after 3:30 am. No further information on a suspect or the condition of the victim was available.

At about 4:15 am Sunday a victim was robbed at knifepoint at the intersection of 12th Street NW and V Street NW. The two suspects in that case are described as black males between 19- and 24-years-old, one with dreadlocks in a ponytail.

No injuries were reported in any of the robberies, and police have not announced any arrests. There is no indication that any of these events are related. Anyone with information in any of these cases is asked to call the Metropolitan Police Department at 202-727-9099.

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