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Montgomery County Police investigate a husband and wife murder suicide…

Montgomery County Police are calling yesterday’s shooting death of a husband and wife, a murder suicide. The victims found in a vehicle at a gas station on Germantown Road have not been identified. The male has just been released on bond related to a weapons charge.

A 3 year old shot by a gun found in her home will be laid to rest today…

Three year old Dalis Cox will be laid to rest this morning. Cox is the little girl who was accidentally shot to death by her 7 year old brother last week who found a gun in their S.E. home. No charges have been filed as of yet. This morning funeral will begin at 11 at Smyrna Missionary Baptist Church in N.E..

Police are calling the death of a 4 week old infants suspicious…

The DC Police Special Victims Unit is now investigating the death of a four week old infant rushed last night to the hospital. First responders recalled to a 911 call from a home in the Petworth neighborhood. Officials are awaiting an autopsy report on the cause of death.

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