Police search for a woman who used the credit card of a missing Bethesda man

Police search for a woman who used the credit card of a missing Bethesda man…

The credit card of a missing Bethesda man was used by a mysterious woman at several stores in Hyattsville days after his disappearance. 36-year-old John Donohoe family went missing on December 13th. His credit card was on the 22nd. His family owns the Donohoe Construction Company. Police have released surveillance images of the woman in the hopes of identifying her and finding him.

DC police continue to look for a missing 13-year-old girl from S.E….

There’s still no new leads in the disappearance of a 13-year-old girl from S.E.. Osharna Pittman was last seen on Friday night near the Benning Road Metro Station.

The man charged with killing a DC yoga instructor is given a new court date…

The suspect charged with the death of a popular DC yoga instructor appeared in court yesterday. Adrian Johnson is due back before a judge on January 13th. He remains in jail without bond for the brutal murder of Trisha McCauley on Christmas
Day.

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