In the News @ 9

Two people are killed in a row house fire in NW…

Two people are dead following a 2 alarm fire at a row house on Riggs Place in NW this morning. Five others were injured, including 3 fire fighters. The victims names have not been released. The cause remains under investigation.

New developments are released in the NW Mansion murders…

ABC News is reporting new developments in the NW Mansion murders. Investigators say they have linked blood found on the shoe suspect Daron Wint
was wearing with one of the victims. Police are not saying which one. Wint is due in court later this month in connection to the murder of 3 member of the Savopoulus family and their maid in May.

A popular 4th Grader teacher in DC is arrested for sexually abusing a child…

A popular 4th Grade teacher from Oyster Adams Bilingual School in NW has been arrested and charged with sexually abusing a child. The teacher has been identified as 31 year old Giovanni Pena. No other details have been released but police are asking anyone with similar offenses to contact them immediately.

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