The incident happened in front of the Pret a Manger at 1432 K St. NW about 7:15 a.m. Thursday.
The sleeper woke up when a woman asked her to leave, authorities said.
“I’m going to kill you b-tch,” the woman who was sleeping said, while flashing a knife, according to police.
Cops arrested a woman in connection with the crime.
According to authorities, other crimes that occurred in Borderstan’s coverage area since yesterday morning include:
- A man using a brick to hit a woman in the face near Gallaudet University at 8th and L streets NE about 10:45 a.m. today. The woman was brought to a local hospital for treatment. Police described the suspect as a:
Black male in his 30’s, light complexion, 5’8, slim build, last seen wearing a gray sweat suit.
- A thief punching and stealing a man’s cellphone near the Columbia Heights DC USA retail development on the 3100 block of 14th Street NW about 2:30 p.m. yesterday. Police haven’t distributed any suspect information.
- A man robbing another man at gunpoint in Logan Circle on the 1500 block of Kingman Place NW about noon yesterday. Police haven’t released a detailed description of the suspect.
- Two robbers with a gun throwing a man off his motor scooter and riding away with it in Columbia Heights on the 1400 block of Park Road NW about 5:15 a.m. yesterday. Police haven’t released any suspect information.
The FBI today also announced it will give a reward of up to $10,000 for information that helps the agency get back a Glock-22 handgun, Rock River Arms rifle and other equipment someone stole from an agent’s vehicle near H and 7th streets NE on July 10, according to a news release.
Police today released surveillance footage of a man and a car wanted in connection with the burglary of an unidentified business near Howard University, too.
The crime occurred on the 2800 block of Georgia Avenue NW about 5 a.m. June 22, according to authorities.
The video shows a man inside a business and someone driving a car outside.
Photo via Google Maps, video via YouTube/Metropolitan Police Department