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Attorney General Loretta Lynch heads to Baltimore…

The head of the Justice Department, Attorney General Loretta Lynch has a planned meeting today in Baltimore. Lynch will talk to city leaders, police, clergy and community leaders about the unrest following the arrest and death of 25 year old Freddie Gray.

A DC lawmaker is calling for a change to a law that protects police…

DC Council member Mary Cheh says the law on assaulting a police officer in the District is too broad. In addition she wants better guidelines as to how suspects are treated once arrested. The proposed change is not sitting well with The Police Union. As it stand now a person who stiffens their arms while being handcuffed can be charged with assaulting a police officer.

DC arrest a teen wanted for a brutal attack on an elderly person at a metro station…

DC Transit Police have arrested a 19 year old they believed punched and spit on a elderly passenger at the Eastern Market Metro Station last month. Tips lead police to Elijah Smith last night. The victim is still recovering.
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