Police Ask For Public’s Help In Solving A Murder In District Heights, DC Police Say 4 Recent Carjackings May Be Linked…

Police ask for public’s help in solving a murder in District Heights…

Police have discovered the body of an adult male in some woods in District Heights. The victim who was shot is believed to be in his 20’s. Investigators are asking for the public’s helping in identifying him and his possible killer.

DC Police say 4 recent carjackings may be linked…

DC Police are working four carjackings in 8 days. In each of the cases, they happened early in the morning, at gas stations and involved two men one armed. So far no one has been hurt but that could change.

President Trump defends Roy Moore for the Alabama Senate…

President Donald Trump has responded to reporters questions about sexual misconduct claims by then underage girls against Roy Moore. Moore is running for the Alabama Senate. Yesterday Trump defended Moore saying that he has denied the claims and that he is a better candidate than his challengers seeking the seat.

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