Props to the Cops – Suspect Arrested in Kidnapping and Assault with Intent to Commit Sex Abuse in Georgetown

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From MPD:

The Metropolitan Police Department has announced today a suspect has been arrested in connection with a kidnapping and attempted sex assault.

On Monday, April 8, 2013, at approximately 4:04 am, an adult female was walking in the 2600 block of O Street, NW when she was approached from behind by an adult male who forced her to an area nearby and attempted to sexually assault her.

On Monday, April 8, 2013, Second District officers who were on patrol spotted and arrested 23 year-old Matthew Gabramadhin of Springfield, Virginia, charging him with Kidnapping and Assault with Intent to Commit First Degree Sex Abuse.

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  • Isn’t that the same area with the serial flasher?

  • yes, I wouldn’t be surprised if it were the same guy. Shockingly, even when I was told directly by the Park Service that someone would contact me about my run in with the gtown masturbator…no one contacted me. Glad to see that the Park Police are working hard (sarcasm)

  • After doing a bit of research, I see that this guy is a rapper, works at Ruby Tuesday, and has had previous run-ins with the law.

  • kidnapping and sexual assault should merit life imprisonment.

  • His FB page also mentioned he recently had a mental eval. This is getting really scary. Stabbings, rapes, mass murders yet America does not have a untreated mental health probelm..

  • America DOES have an untreated mental health problem…the issue is that no one wants to be told that they, or a family/friend, has a problem until it’s too late and then people are looking to blame. I think the only thing to blame is political correctness

    • total agreement!

    • how exactly does political correctness fall to blame here?
      i’m skeptical of that because i remember a time when political correctness wasn’t a thing and we still had just as many problems and actually, more.

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