Gun Violence In DC Leads To Two Police Officers Being Shot, One Suspect Was Killed

Gun violence in DC leads to two police officers being shot, one suspect was killed.

Two DC police officers shot while making an arrest in the Trinidad area of the city are listed in stable condition. The suspect who was shot and killed has not been identified. There were 7 shootings within two hours of each other in the city — three of which were in S.E.. It’s unclear if they are connected.

Mother faces charges for shooting and killing her teenage son…

A Clinton mother who shot and killed her teenage son after an argument is expected to face charges. Investigators in Prince George’s County say the deadly confrontation happened
last night on Buckler Road. The mother and victim have not been identified.

President Trump speaks before CPAC at the National Harbor…

Look for heavy security and possible road street closures near the National Harbor. At 10:30 this morning President Trump is expected to address CPAC -the Conservative Politician Action Conference which is being held there.


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