In Serious News: Suspect Sought in a Sexual Assault: 11th and Clifton Streets, NW


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From MPD:

Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department’s Youth Investigations Division are seeking the public’s assistance in reference to a sexual assault, which occurred at the corner 11th and Clifton Streets, NW.

On Monday, March 4, 2013, at approximately 4:00 pm, a 14-year-old female reports that she was walking at 11th and Clifton Streets, NW, when a black male suspect who was driving, pulled up next to her, forced her into his car and sexually assaulted her.

The suspect is described as a black male, thick build with braids, driving a black SUV style vehicle, smelled of alcohol and had a Jamaican accent.

Anyone with information about this case is asked to call the police at (202) 727-9099. Additionally, anonymous information may be submitted to the department’s TEXT TIP LINE by text messaging 50411.

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  • Any more information than this?

  • D.C. police say a 14-year-old girl was sexually assaulted while walking in Northwest Monday afternoon.

    Detectives say the teenager was walking at 11th and Clifton streets around 4 p.m. when a man pulled his car over at the intersection and forced her into the vehicle. Detectives say she was assaulted inside the car.

    The suspect is described as having a thick build with hair braids. He was driving a black SUV and had a Jamaican accent, police say.

    Anyone with information on the case is asked to call police at 202-727-9099. They can also leave anonymous information on the Text Tip Line by texting 50411.

  • I thought I read somewhere that this event is similar to another assault on a teenager in the last couple weeks??

  • She most likely went to Banneker too. Ouch. Hope they find this sick guy.

  • horrible. poor girl.

  • How did he force her into his car? at 4 in the afternoon on a busy day? I suspect she knows him and got in his car. Does that make assault ok? never. But I think this is not a case of some random drive by assault.

    • it’s also a huge assumption on your part

    • If she knew him, wouldn’t she have given the police a name instead of a general description? Pls. don’t blame the victim, too little information for that…

      • Quit it with the “don’t blame the victim” stuff. There was no victim-blaming in that statement.

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