Shooting just after 1pm at Warder and Irving St, NW

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A reader reports:

“there was a shooting at Irving and Warder Nw around 1:10pm. 4-5 shots fired.”

DCAlerts confirms:

“Shooting at 1306 hrs at Warder & Irving St. NW. LOF B/M, 5’6″-5’7″,Drk Green Jacket, Blk Pants, Blk Mask.”

From MPD:

“MPD is investigating a shooting in the 3000 block of Warder St, NW. Anyone with information related to this incident is asked to contact MPD at 202 727-9099.”

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  • Is this Brianne Nadeau’s ward?

    • Yep, it’s Ward 1.

      • Im not expecting any comment from her on this or any other crime stats in the Ward or City. 1pm is terrifying. There a lot of day cares, and nannies that take kids on walks through the neighborhood in the middle of the day.

  • This is terrifying, but not surprising. We’ve noticed a lot of activity in the alleys around here. Lots of cars with Maryland tags with folks hanging out dealing and using…late night/early morning arguments on the street. One can only assume it will get better once Park Morton gets redeveloped at Bruce Monroe park. (sigh)

  • This is truly terrifying, especially for someone who lives in Park View with children. Is there any place to get updates or more details on crimes like this as the case moves forward? While any violent crime is unnecessary and scary it matters to me if the crime is random or if it’s domestic or drug related. I’m not downplaying the danger of a shooting in any of those situations but as a resident there is a big difference between a targeted crime and a random unprovoked crime. My assumption is usually that it isn’t random unless it says so but it would be nice to confirm or have more details about the crime during or after an investigation.

  • Does one call 911 for illegally parked cars in alleys? Seriously, there are 2 behind my house doing unsavory things at all hours. I live in that neighborhood, and I am worried about the number of children that are being affected by all the BS going on.
    I also go to Bruce Monroe a lot, and I have yet to see any problems there. It’s open and encourages play and learning. It’s the darn alleys, and you can’t build high rises and shopping complexes in those.

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