Washington, DC

From MPD:

“There were two Robbery incidents that occurred in close proximity this evening [Sunday, Nov. 22]. The first incident was at 14th & East Capitol St. SE at about 5:42 PM. The victim was unloading a bicycle from the back of his car when he looked up and observed two juvenile suspects sitting the car’s front seats rummaging about. When he confronted them they exited the vehicle and one of them pointed a handgun at him and demanded his wallet. Read More

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From MPD at 8:34pm: “Shooting in the 1800 block of North Capitol Street NE. Lookout is for a black sedan vehicle.”

Alan Henney reported: “SHOOTING— North Capitol St and T St NE-DC in Eckington. 21yr-old shot in shoulder and ankle. Good vitals.”

From MPD at 9:34pm: “Alert: Shooting in the 1400 block of L Street S.E.. No Lookout.”

Update from MPD:

“Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department’s Homicide Branch are investigating a homicide that occurred on Saturday, November 21, 2020, in the 1400 block of L Street, Southeast. Read More

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From MPD:

“On November 9th, 2020, at approximately 1955 hours, there was a robbery that occurred in the 200 block of 10th Street NE. The Complainant reported that several unknown black male suspects exited a white in color SUV and approached her while she was walking in the block. At which point, the suspects demanded her property, struck her several times in the face, and ultimately took her purse and U.S. Government issued iPhone. The suspects then fled in the same white SUV suspect vehicle.

Shortly afterwards an attempted robbery occurred in the 400 block of 11th Street NE. The Complainant reported that two suspects exited a white in color Honda CRV while she was walking northbound in the 400 block of 11th Street NE. The suspects approached the Complainant and one of the suspects brandished a black in color revolver. The suspects demanded the victim’s purse and struck her with a closed fist in the face. Read More

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From MPD:

“On November 8, 2020 at approximately 9:03 PM , Fourth District officers responded to sounds of gunshots in the 5400 block of Georgia Ave NW. Three adult victims were located suffering from gunshot wounds. This case is being investigated by Violent Crime Branch. Anyone with information related to this is urged to call MPD at 202-727-9099 or to text anonymously to 50411″

From MPD:

“On 11/8/20 at approximately 8:30 PM, First District officers responded to the intersection of 1St Street SW & P Street SW for a report of a shooting. On the scene, officers located an adult female victim with a gunshot wound to her leg. Read More

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1401 Pennsylvania Ave, SE

From an email:

“excited to share that both AKO by KENAKI and State Fair are opening this week at The Roost.

First, State Fair – the frozen custard and sundae shop from Buzz Bakeshop pastry chef Allie Cheppa – is open tomorrow after a soft opening this past weekend. Menu is pasted at the bottom of this email. We’re also offering a free custard cup for kids with the purchase of a sundae to celebrate opening weekend (available this Fri-Sun). State Fair is open Thursdays – Saturdays from 4 to 8 PM and Sundays from 12 to 4 PM.

Then on Friday, AKO by KENAKI will open. Chef Ken Ballogdajan and his sister Aki will focus on sushi and raw fish preparations for their counter at The Roost. The hours will be Wed-Fri from 4 to 10 PM; Saturdays from noon to 10 PM; and Sundays from noon to 8 PM.

As is the case with the other stalls, guests can order from all available menus via QR code on their phones while seated (inside or out) or for carryout.”

State Fair Menu Read More

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1432 Pennsylvania Ave, SE via Wisdom

Thanks to Joel for passing on from Wisdom:

“Friends, patrons, and gin heads-

it is with profound gratitude that I announce that Wisdom’s closing its doors after exactly 12 years of business.

In 2003, I developed a dream-that quickly became an obsession – of opening a neighborhood cocktail lounge. The cocktail resurgence was in its infancy and at the time there were very few resources to learn about the craft. That challenge was part of the appeal. I spent a lot of time and energy researching and experimenting with flavors and recipes. After years of military service, I found a city and neighborhood to plant my feet and finally take a leap of faith.

In October 2008, I opened Wisdom – DC’s first cocktail bar. It was an uphill battle on many fronts. I opened an upscale cocktail bar in an underdeveloped part of Pennsylvania Ave SE during a recession, with a culture that had little knowledge of cocktails, and in a city that I knew almost no one in. Some would call that foolish and others would call it brave; I suppose the truth is somewhere in the middle. Chasing this dream sparked passion and purpose, which stoked the fire of persistence. We always had to fight for our customers and could never take them for granted. That is probably what made the bar so special. Read More

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Michael asks at 11:45pm: “Chopper looks like it’s circling SE of Eastern Market, spotlight out, anyone got a clue what’s going on?”

Thanks to Sawyer for sending the video (below): “from the 1350 Potomac Ave SE vehicle collision with guard rail outside of Harris Teeter. Police arrived quickly – no person is in the vehicle. Helicopter circling area Vehicle appears to have been stolen. EMS has not arrived – no injuries.”

Alert DC reports as of 7:46am Friday: “DDOT reports the westbound lanes in the 1300 block of Pennsylvania Avenue SE, between 13th Street and Potomac Avenue have reopened while the 700-900 blocks of 13th Street, SE, between Pennsylvania and Potomac Avenues remain closed until further notice.” Read More

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