“On Saturday, November 7, 2020 at approximately 1pm, in the 3300 block of Georgia Ave, NW, a black male in his 40s, on a red bicycle shot at and struck an adult male. The victim was treated at a local area hospital for non-life threatening injuries. The suspect fled on his bike in an unknown direction.
This case is under investigation by the Fourth District Detectives Office. Any information please contact 202-727-9099.”
From MPD sent at 1am:
“The Third District is currently investigating a shooting in the area of 2nd and Bryant Streets NW. Officers patrolling the area heard the sounds of gunshots and located a vehicle that had been shot up at 2nd/Bryant Streets NW. Meanwhile, an adult male arrived at an area hospital with an injury to the face.
We are working with medical staff to determine if this is a gunshot wound or a wound from glass/debris. The adult male indicated that he sustained his injuries while at 2nd/Bryant Streets NW.
Motorists and pedestrians can expect road closures in the area as we investigate.
Anyone with information is asked to call 202-727-9099.”
“On November 7th 2020 at approximately 10:54pm the Fourth District responded to the 100 block of Kennedy Street NW to investigate sounds of Gunshots. While at the location officers located 8 shell casing in the block along with property damage to a nearby residence. Any information please contact 202-727-9099″
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