This rental is located at 3413 Wisconsin Avenue, Northwest. The listing says:
“PRIME WISCONSIN AVE LOCATION in the heart of CLEVELAND PARK/ CATHEDRAL HEIGHTS, Shops, Restaurants, Giant & Starbucks across the street. ~VERY CLOSED TO AMERICAN UNIVERSITY~ Upgraded, Entire first floor for rent, can be shared with two to three roommates. One and1/2 Bath, washer and dryer in the unit, Front is facing Wisconsin Ave.,IDEAL FOR HOME BUSINESS. One parking from rear entrance.”
“Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department’s Youth and Family Services Division, Physical and Sexual Abuse Branch announced an arrest has been made in reference to a Second Degree Child Sexual Abuse offense that occurred in the 3100 block of 14th Street, Northwest, on Sunday, September 25, 2016, at approximately 4:03 pm.
The suspect followed the victim inside a store for approximately 10 minutes and offered her a piece of gum prior to grabbing hold of her. The suspect then grabbed her from behind and sexually assaulted her.
On Sunday, September 25, 2016, 46-year-old Adrian Rendon, of Northwest, DC, was arrested and charged with Second Degree Child Sexual Abuse.
Detectives are seeking additional victims that may have come in to contact with the suspect.
Anyone who has information regarding this case or additional cases should call police at 202-727-9099. Additionally, information may be submitted to the TEXT TIP LINE by text messaging 50411.”
“Can anyone with a historic home recommend a contractor that works in DC? I’m looking at window repair, stripping siding down to the original wood, and a few other things. I’ve found plenty of trade-specific references, but I’m looking for a general contractor versed in historic preservation.”
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“Today, Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice Kevin Donahue released information related to the September 11, 2016 officer-involved shooting. The information released today includes the body-worn camera (BWC) footage and the name of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) officer who discharged his service weapon resulting in the death of Terrence Sterling, a 31-year old resident of Fort Washington, Maryland. The release of the information was authorized by Mayor Muriel Bowser, who deemed the BWC footage to be in the public interest and consistent with the goals of the District’s BWC program to create broader accountability between law enforcement and communities, and to maintain open and transparent government.
On Sunday, September 11, at approximately 4:20 a.m., MPD officers observed a motorcycle driving erratically in the vicinity of 15th and U Streets, NW. Just before 4:30 a.m., MPD’s ShotSpotter, a technology system that can detect the sound of gunfire in an area, identified the sound of possible gunfire near 3rd and M Streets, NW. The BWC footage released today begins shortly after the shots were fired and shows the officers providing medical assistance to Mr. Sterling. (more…)
This video recorded Saturday 9/24 shows a hit and run involving three cars at the intersection of Maryland Ave NE and 8th St NE. The man in the white shirt is believed to be the driver and is wanted for questioning by MPD. Anyone with information on this incident is encouraged to contact the Anonymous Tip Line of the MPD at 202-727-9099. ”
This house is located at 59 T Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“This lovely Semi-detached in the heart of sought-after Eckington Northeast neighborohood.High ceilings and hardwood floorsthroughout.Half bath on first level and basement.Bay window in Living Room.Unfinished space to add additional space on the third level.Great location,conveniently located near metro stations;red and Green lines.Minutes from White House andNational Mall.”
“Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced a week-long effort to identify street light outages in all eight wards of the District and launched Text to DC311. Immediately following the announcement, teams of District Government employees went into neighborhoods across all eight wards where residents have reported the most outages to take an inventory of broken street lights.
“We have 70,000 street lights in the District and too many of them do not work. By fixing street lights, we can make District streets safer, stronger and brighter,” said Mayor Bowser. “By launching Text to DC311, we are offering residents a more convenient way to report outages, as well as other issues. We know that everyone’s time is valuable, and we are doing everything we can to bring city services to your fingertips.” (more…)