Washington, DC

From MPD:

“This evening (Thursday) at approximately 5:35 pm, a victim left their car running in the 400 block of 8th Street SE while picking up food. An unknown suspect entered their vehicle and fled in an unknown direction.”

“This evening (Thursday) at approximately 7:45 pm, a victim left their car running in the 500 block of 8th Street SE while picking up food. An unknown suspect entered their vehicle and fled in northbound on 8th St SE, followed by a black van with unknown tags.”


727 8th Street, SE

From Summit to Soul:

“As you can see from the photo, a large piece of brick was thrown through our window in the middle of the night. We are fortunate this happened at a time when no one was in the shop; we are all safe and repairs are underway. However, incidents like this make being a small business so difficult – especially in 2020. We will pick up the pieces and carry on, just like we’ve navigated the rest of 2020. But what a rough way to start the holiday season.”

Ed. Note: Check out their great gear here.

Unfortunately a bunch of car windows have been smashed in Bloomingdale too: Read More


via google maps

From MPD:

“First District Patrol units have arrested a male subject in regards to a Bicycle Theft case in the 700 Block G Street SE.

A complainant reported her bike stolen on Saturday, August 22th. On the following Sunday morning, the complainant encountered a male subject riding the stolen bike and waived down a passing patrol unit. When police attempted to contact the subject, he immediately fled. Read More

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523 8th Street, SE courtesy Ambar

From a press release:

“Ivan Iricanin, founder and CEO of Street Guys Hospitality, announces that his landmark award-winning restaurant, Ambar, located at 523 8th Street, SE, 20003, is reopening after delays due to COVID-19. Guests will experience firsthand this neighborhood restaurant’s new look as soon as Washington officials allow restaurants to re-open for in-house dining on Friday, June 19. One can anticipate expanded entertaining options, both inside and outdoors, which are the result of an extensive makeover. In the interim, Ambar Capitol Hill will begin offering its Balkan dining without limits menu for carryout & in-house dining. Reopening for patio dining, rooftop dining and carryout will re-energize Ambar’s employees, putting them back to work with new safety measures in place to keep both customers and employees safe. Read More

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