U.S. Capitol Police Open Fire On A Suspect Near The Rayburn bldg…

U.S. Capitol Police fire on a suspect by the U.S. Capitol…

There appears to be “no nexus to terrorism” in an incident near the U.S. Capitol. So said Capitol Police spokeswoman Eva Malecki following the arrest of a woman who nearly hit some officers with her car. Malecki called it a criminal act. She said it started as an attempted traffic stop and noted that the driver tried to drive away. Police fired shots before arresting the suspect. There were no injuries. The incident unfolded near the Rayburn House office building, which is across the street from the Capitol, and the U.S. Botanic Garden.

Two more teens reported missing in DC…

DC Police have released two more names of missing teens. 13 year old Osharna Pittman was last seen on Monday in the 5800 block of Field Place in N.E.. 16 year old Michelle Jordan also went missing on Monday from the 4100 block of 4th Street in NW. Anyone with information should call police at 202-727-9099 or text 50411.

A babysister is charged with burning an infant in her care…

Bladensburg, Maryland Police have charged 36 year old Ismelda Ramos Mendoza for child abuse. Ramos Mendoza has admitted to police that she burned the feet of a 6 month hold she was watching because the child would not stop crying. The infant suffered 2nd degree burns to her feet. Police fear there could be other victims. Ramos Mendoza remains in jail without bond.
The Wizards make history by clinching S.E. Division title…

The Wizards made history last night…

The Wizards clinched the Southeast Division title with a 119-108 win over the Lakers in LA. It’s Washington’s first division championship since 1978-79. The Wizards accomplished the feat by outscoring Los Angeles 37-to-13 in the fourth quarter. John Wall led the way with 34 points and 14 assists.

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