MPD Seeks Suspects in First Degree Sexual Abuse: 2400 Block of I St, NW on Sat. Nov. 22

From MPD:

“The Metropolitan Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying and locating three suspects in connection with a first degree sexual abuse offense.

On Saturday, November 22, 2014, at approximately 12:30 am, in the 2400 block of I Street, NW, an adult female victim was walking in an alley when three suspects approached the victim and sexually assaulted her. The suspects then fled the location. The three suspects are described below:

Suspect One is described as a white male in his 20s, approximately 6’3” in height with a medium build, light brown hair that is puffy up top and closer on the sides, and was last seen wearing a dark colored short sleeve shirt with the word “Fitch” in large white letters similar to the one pictured below.


Suspect Two is described as a white male in his 20s, shorter than suspect one, with a medium build, and was last seen wearing a dark colored V-neck short sleeve shirt and a black Nike Fuel Band on his right wrist similar to the one pictured below.


Suspect Three is described as a white male in his 20s.

Anyone who has information regarding this case should call police at 202-727-9099. Additionally, information may be submitted to the TEXT TIP LINE by text messaging 50411.

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  • GW students? Frat boys? If I recall this is where a lot of GW’s sorority/fraternity housing is.

  • Jesus, that poor lady. I hope that she gets all of the help she needs and that these sociopaths are found and tried.

  • Without any age description I’d hold off on claiming they’re GW students. The frat housing isn’t there, it is a few blocks away. Also, if they were fratty sex assaulters, why would they be out in a public alleyway?

  • Animals, I hope they catch them.

  • The sexual predators have evolved to hunt in packs now. Super.

  • Question: does anyone know whether these sexual assaults that are reported on here are acts of say “grabbed victims butt” or “penetration of some form”? I ask because very rare do you see the term “rape” used in these reports and im wondering if the term “rape” is only used when there penetration is involved.

    • As defined by dc law, so no but grabbing, definitely sex of some sort…:

      First Degree Sexual Abuse

      There are two elements to the crime of 1st degree sexual abuse in Washington, D.C. The first element is the requirement that the person either engage another person in a sexual act or cause the other person to engage in or submit to a sexual act. This element is pretty self-explanatory.

      The second element addresses the means by which the sexual act is committed. It could be by using actual force against the other person. It could be by threatening the person or by putting the other person in reasonable fear that if the person does submit, another person would be subjected to death, bodily injury or kidnapping. This would cover, for example, threats that a family member could be seriously injured if the person did not submit. Finally, covering the so-called crime of “date rape,” it could be by rendering the other person unconscious or by administering to that person – either by force or without the person’s knowledge — some type of intoxicant that would substantially impair the people’s ability to appraise or control his/her conduct.

    • This question comes up periodically. Unfortunately for the victim, “first-degree sexual abuse” is indeed what you would think of as “rape” — it’s “engag[ing] in or caus[ing] another person to engage in or submit to a sexual act in the following manner:
      (1) By using force against that other person;
      (2) By threatening or placing that other person in reasonable fear that any person will be subjected to death, bodily injury, or kidnapping;
      (3) After rendering that other person unconscious; or
      (4) After administering to that other person by force or threat of force, or without the knowledge or permission of that other person, a drug, intoxicant, or other similar substance that substantially impairs the ability of that other person to appraise or control his or her conduct.”

  • Horrible. I hope that, with these descriptions, one of their friends recognizes these items of the trio and will turn them in.

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