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From MPD:

“On Friday, May 25, 2018, at approximately 9:15 pm, MPD Officers responded to a radio run for the sounds of gun shots in the 500 b/o Crittenden Street N.W. Once on scene, MPD Officers met with the victim, who was bleeding from his left and right leg. MPD Officers also observed destruction of property consistent with gunshots in front of the location. The victim stated he was sitting on the front steps when he heard sounds of gun shots and realized was shot in both legs. The victim provided no lookout for the suspect. Witnesses reported seeing one suspect (black/male). Witnesses also reported seeing a tan in color Sedan turn onto the 500 b/o Crittenden Street N.W., pause at the corner, and then pulled off. The witness reported hearing 5 to 6 gunshots.

The Metropolitan Police Department is actively investigating this case and is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect(s). Anyone with information related to this or other crimes is asked to call on (202) 727-9099.”


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From MPD:

“On Saturday, May 26, 2018 at approximately 1am, MPD received a call for sounds of gun shots in the 4800 b/o 9th Street N.W. Upon MPD arrival, it was observed that multiple vehicles had sustained damage due to possible gun shots. A witness stated that he heard the gunshots then observed two black males getting into a dark colored vehicle. The vehicle reportedly fled eastbound on Decatur St NW from 9th Street. Moments later, officers made a traffic stop of a speeding vehicle in the area. Upon making contact with the driver, it was discovered that he was suffering from a single gunshot wound to the chin. The victim reported he was sitting in his car when his front passenger window shattered. Realizing he had been shot, he attempted to drive himself to the hospital.

The Metropolitan Police Department is actively investigating this case and is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect(s). Anyone with information related to this or other crimes is asked to call on (202) 727-9099.”

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