Washington, DC


Florida Ave, NE at Staples Street, NE

“Dear PoPville,

Here’s a pic of what the building that collapsed looks like this morning. There were crews out late trying to stabilize the building and clean and secure the area especially front bordering the Florida Avenue and the sidewalk. You could feel the bricks and beams falling down last night. It was also pretty dusty this morning. I heard The Fringe Arts building was not damaged by the collapse so that’s good news.”

Jason E Burkett; ANC 5D06 replied to initial post yesterday @PoPville with:

“I reported this building to @dcra few weeks ago after a resident complaint and supposedly an inspection was scheduled 1/9. How was this not avoided! #ANC5D #TrinidadDC @dcra has some explaining to do.” Read More

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From MPD:

“On December 29, 2019, at approximately 2:10 PM, members of the Fifth District responded to a call for service for the report of a shooting in the intersection of Trinidad Avenue NE and Queen Street NE. Members located an adult male suffering from two possible gunshot wounds. The male was transported to an area hospital with non life threatening injuries.

The offense is being investigated by Detectives from the Fifth District Detectives Section, anyone with information is asked to call (202)727-9099.”

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From MPD:

“The Fifth District Detective Unit is investigating an Assault with a Dangerous Weapon (Gun) that occurred on October 16th 2019. At approximately 4:05 PM the suspect-vehicle was traveling eastbound in the 1300 block of Florida Avenue NE when the occupant of that vehicle fired several rounds at the victim’s vehicle, striking it and a second vehicle in the process. No victims were struck by the gunfire. Read More

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From MPD:

“Fifth District ADW Gun 1700 block Trinidad Ave NE

Tonight at approximately 2140 hours Victims 1, 2, & 3 report that while outside they were the victims of a shooting. The victims all sustained non life threatening injuries and have been transported to area hospitals for treatment. There is no look out for the suspects at this time. The case is currently being investigated by the Fifth District Detectives Office. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact MPD at 202-727-9099″

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