Seven people were shot in the District last night, no arrests …
Seven people are injured after a violent night in Washington. Police say the first shooting happened on Fairmont Street, NE around 6:30 p.m. yesterday. Two people suffered minor injuries. About three hours later, a man and a woman were shot in the 13-hundred block of Brentwood Road, NE. Around the same time, two men were shot in the twelve-hundred block of Rhode Island Avenue, NE. Authorities add that a juvenile walked into a nearby hospital later that evening with gunshot wounds. All seven victims are expected to survive their injuries.
Police continue the search for the person who killed a Potomac H.S. student …
A Potomac High School student is dead after a shooting in Oxon Hill. Prince George’s County Police Lieutenant David Coleman says the 11th grader was shot yesterday afternoon near a playground of an apartment complex near the 14-hundred block of Southview Drive. Police are still looking for suspects. Prince George’s County Public Schools officials say counselors will be at the school today, as well as extra security staff and law enforcement officers.
The FBI is looking for the suspect who stole military items from an Oxon Hill Army Career Center…
The search is on for a man who may be armed and disguised as a member of the military. Prince George’s County Police say a man broke into the Army Career Center in Oxon Hill on St. Barnabas Road yesterday morning. They say he stole a government car, an Army uniform and what police are calling “other additional uniform items.” They say it’s possible the man is armed and may be in Fairfax County.
Montgomery Co.Fire Fighters fear homeowner may be in burnt out home in Rockville….
There could be reason to fear the worst after a house is destroyed in a fire. The fire started around quarter-past-ten last night in Rockville on Willow Lane. Montgomery County firefighters got the fire under control in about an hour, but the two-story home collapsed. One resident could not be found and firefighters said they were planning to remain on the scene overnight to search for the possible victim.
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Growing up in a military family, Taylor Thomas lived overseas until she was 16 years old. She called places such as Great Britain and the Philippines home. For a time, Taylor even spoke with a British accent. Well now she resides in the DC area and for the past three years has worked as the news anchor for The Steve Harvey Morning Show on WHUR. Recently, Taylor has adopted the Washington Redskins as her most loved pro sports team. And she considers Hains Point as her all time favorite spot in the district.