Police Continue The Search For Answers In A Quadruple Shooting In Brookville, Md, Civil Right’s Group Prepares To Sue HUD Secretary Ben Carson

Police continue the search for answers in a quadruple shooting in Brookville, Md…

The search for answers in yesterday triple shooting and suicide continues in Brookville. Police say the suspect 41-year-old Christopher Snyder took his own life after shooting 3 neighbors who came to the aid of his wife. His wife and two others survived.

DC Police work several separate murder cases…

DC Police are looking for the suspect who shot two men on Oglethorpe Street in NE killing one. They are also looking for the driver involved in a hit and run on New York Avenue. The victim was struck just after 1 this morning.

Civil Right’s group prepares to sue HUD Secretary Ben Carson…

Housing and Civil Rights groups are preparing to sue HUD Secretary Ben Carson and the agency for doing away with fair housing protection guidelines. The suit claims that soon after Carson took over he ended the 2015 Obama era rule that required communities to end historic segregation guidelines to get federal funds.

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