Washington, DC


via Montgomery County Department of Police

Thanks to all who passed on. Fox5 reported: “Hurwitz is co-owner of the 9:30 Club and The Anthem in D.C. He is also chairman of I.M.P., an independent concert promotion and production company based in the D.C. area, which operates the Lincoln Theatre and Meriweather Post Pavillion in Columbia.”

From Montgomery County Department of Police:

“Detectives from the Special Investigations Division – Vice and Intelligence Unit have charged Seth Hurwitz, age 60, of the 6100 block of Lenox Road in Bethesda, with solicitation of prostitution from a licensed massage therapist at her place of business. Based on statements Hurwitz made to the victim during this investigation, detectives are concerned that there are additional victims. Read More

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via google maps

From MPD:

Shortly before 2pm this afternoon two suspect’s approached an individual at the bus stop located at 5th and H Street, NE. One of those suspects voiced his intention to effect a robbery on the individual standing at the bus stop. Upon hearing this and believing the suspect to be armed, this individual brandished his lawfully possessed firearm and shot at the suspect striking him in his arm. This person has a valid concealed carry pistol license in the District of Columbia. Read More

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From MPD:

“Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department’s Homicide Branch are investigating a homicide that occurred on Thursday, August 8, 2019, in the 2300 block of 18th Street, Northwest.

At approximately 12:35 am, members of the Third District responded to the listed location for the report of a man down. Upon arrival, members located an adult male, suffering from injuries consistent with an assault. Read More

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Photo by Mark A. LeMunyon

UPDATE: “At around 10pm last night, an individual coming from a nearby establishment punched and broke one of our windows. He injured himself and tried to flee the scene. MPD and EMS were quick to arrive and we were told the individual would be arrested after receiving medical attention. We would like to thank our DC Fire Department for coming by today to thoroughly clean the sidewalks with high-pressured water hoses.” – 801 Ownership

Mark (and many others) write: “Police tape around 801, what’s going on?”

Another reader send me a video of a huge blood trail leading to more blood. I didn’t include the whole thing but screenshotted a sample. Read More

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From MPD:

“On 8/13/2019, at approximately 8:57 PM, Fifth District units responded to the 1500 block of Benning Road, NE, for the report of the sound of gunshots in the area. Officers began a canvass of the area and were able to locate an adult male and female victim. The complainant’s reported that they were walking at the location when they were approached by 3-4 suspects. The suspects then struck the male victim in the face, and shot the female victim in the lower leg. Read More

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From MPD:

“On 8/13/2019, at approximately 9:55 PM, members of the Fifth District responded to the 2600 block of North Capitol Street, NW, for the report of a pedestrian who had been struck by a car. Once the officers arrived on the scene, they located an adult male victim laying in the street, unconscious and barely breathing. Read More

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Photo by Amber Booth

Official release from MPD:

“Today at approximately 11:30am, 2D units received a call for service for a domestic assault near the intersection of 17th and L Streets, NW. Shortly after arriving, an adult male suspect ran from officers and there were reports that he was armed with a handgun. The suspect ran into an office building that was under construction in the 1700 block of L Street, NW where he was stopped a short time later. The suspect was placed under arrest by 2D officers without incident.

Just to be clear, there was no active shooter nor was anyone shot during this incident. The female victim was treated on the scene by an ambulance and did not have visible injuries. If you were a witness to this incident or have information you would like provide, please call our Command Information Center at (202) 727-9099 or text to 50411.

Thank you for your patience during the timeframe that the roads were closed and thank you to our 2D officers who responded swiftly in making the arrest.” Read More

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