“Earlier today – saw the aftermath of crash at 16th and Newton. I haven’t seen anything on the news about this – hope the biker is ok! The ambulance drove away slowly – good sign or bad sign? and (preempting possible PoPville comments!):
Didn’t see license plate therefore can’t tell if it was a MD driver. There is a bike helmet in the road so presumably the biker was wearing a helmet (not shown in photo because I cropped the people out)”
This unit is located at 1901 Ingleside Terrace, NW. The MRIS listing says:
“Sunny top-floor condo on tree lined street in beautiful Mt. Pleasant.Enjoy sweeping views of the park from your private balcony. Hardwood floors throughout, in-unit washer/dryer, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops,gas cooking. Recent upgrades include built-in shelving,custom closets, and NEST thermostat.Pets welcome. 1 mile to Columbia Heights Metro.”
This unit is located at 3314 Mount Pleasant St, NW. The Redfin listing says:
“Rare, 2-BR corner unit with views of the quiet courtyard. Pre-war charm with modern updates! Granite counters, SS appliances, claw-foot tub, and extra large bedrooms! Walk to the Park & Best Farmer~s Market, Rock Creek Park, Columbia Heights Metro, and all the shops/restaurants directly on Mt. Pleasant St NW! Walk score of 95.”
This car parks nightly, illegally, in front of my building. I called and spoke to parking enforcement today. They told me that if a person can’t find parking and has a zone sticker, they are allowed to park in a no parking zone. That’s insane! It really isn’t difficult to find parking around here, and after seeing this car dozens of times in this spot over the last year, it’s obvious that they’re treating this as their own personal parking spot.
311 routed me to parking enforcement today, and they routed me to a supervisor – who is in vacation until mid-January. That supervisor’s voicemail gave a another for another supervisor, and that number is of course disconnected.
Have you or anyone else heard of this unwritten (maybe it’s written??) rule that parking restrictions only apply some of the time?”
“The Metropolitan Police Department and the FBI Violent Crimes Task Force seeks the public’s assistance in identifying and locating three persons of interest and a vehicle in reference to an Unarmed Kidnapping and a Robbery Force and Violence offense which occurred in the 1600 Block of Monroe Street, Northwest, on Sunday, December 18, 2016, at approximately 3:30 am.
The victim was walking in the 1600 block of Monroe Street, Northwest, when an unknown black male grabbed the victim around the shoulders and forced her into a white work van. The van was occupied by two additional black males, who assaulted the victim and stole several personal items. At the conclusion of the offense, the victim was thrown out of the vehicle in the vicinity of Woodley Park. The victim sustained non-life threatening injuries.
The persons of interest are described as black males in their late thirties. The vehicle is described as a white work van. The vehicle’s make, model and registration are unknown.
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.”